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PROJECT GRATITUDE PART 3: GRATEFUL THINGS TO TREASURE

What better way than to wake up in the morning and count our blessing. Today is the 3rd day of Project Gratitude. Rarely do majority of us wake up and actually thought of all the good things in life and what life has to offer. Our thought actually become the driving force in our life. As Lao Tse once said, “Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habit. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.” 

I was tagged by +Zai Johari in this 6 days project and I have tagged 5 people on Day 1, 2 people on day 2 and now I am on my Day 3. The project is fairly simple, everyday for the next 6 days, we must update our Facebook with 3 list of things that we are grateful for and each day, we must tag at least 2 other people. For my day 1, click HERE and Day 2- click HERE.



 My Day 3 encompasses as follows:

1. I am grateful to have a strong blog follower and readers across the globe. I started this blog 8 years ago and I encourage everyone else to start a blog. Then spend an hour aday or every other day, just expressing yourself in writing, sharing your positive thought or whatever your interest is, in the border-less world, in Cyberspace. You will be surprise how viral your write-up can be and you will feel at peace after sharing your thoughts. Two days ago, my blog hit the 1 million viewer and I am even more inspired to write. Thank you.




2. I am grateful to Chief +James Brabon  and +Gunny Brabon, the two founders and licensor for the Chief's Original Bootcamp, Malaysia that had given me the license to operate 5 locations in Malaysia. I am also grateful to have a wise gentleman as a partner, Dr Malek Aziz. The bootcamp had introduced me to countless number of inspiring and motivated recruits whom became good friends that share almost the same passion as me who forever seek to improve my health and fitness. The four years journey operating the Chief's Original Bootcamp had taught me various lessons in business models, leadership, friendship, marketing, training and especially networking. Thank you.

3. I am grateful that my parents are still alive. I recently attended a friend's father funeral and felt his unbearable lost. Although everything is fated, I can never imagine and/or prepare for that one moment. My father is more than a father, he is also my business partner and my best friend whom I would turn to and confide in in my darkest moment. My mom, she is simply an idol and the person that unite each and everyone of us to be closer than closest. Please don't leave me too soon.

There are simply so many blessings to share but I shall save it for tomorrow and then day after and after... Now, I am still waiting to read Rose Emini Pahamin, Aaraf Armin, Farhanah Bamadhaj, Steven Path, Iznan Salleh and Ervin Noordin. Thank you for the write-up Dr Malek Aziz.

Today I want to nominate two of my cousins and my comrade at Bootcamp. I wanted to also tag +Afiza Halin and Kitson Foong but they both has already been tagged. So just three for today.

Syerry Noordin 

 
Diyana Anuar.




 +POH OW EE



Please dont forget to tag me on Facebook when you have updated yours. Have a great day and Selamat Hari Malaysia.


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