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Today I just found one way (though not so "good idea") to have a 45-day loan with 0% interest......!

I got approx 800,000 rupiahs today, cash, in less than an hour, that I can return around end January.. it was very easy.

Menonton film The Secret secara "tidak sengaja" memberikan aku inspirasi baru dalam hidup. Keesokan harinya secara "tidak sengaja juga" mendengarkan berapa lagu terutama punya Samsons, semakin membuka pemahaman liarku tentang peran kejahatan, keburukan, dan keterpurukan dalam hidup manusia di dunia ini...

Lho, apa hubungannya?

Film The Secret mengisahkan bagaimana semua kejadian kepada diri kita adalah hasil dari buah pikiran kita sendiri.* Film ini menjabarkan dengan caranya sendiri, tentang hukum alam universal bahwa semua yang terjadi, adalah "proses perpindahan energi", di mana pikiran yang positif akan menarik hal-hal yang positif. Dan pikiran buruk akan membawa hal-hal yang buruk pula.

It's not so bad this month, I guess :-)

(I really hope Amazon has no forbidding policy in disclosing earnings to the public.)

I guess I should work harder :-) $14 just in 17 days? Simply by posting Amazon links on a blog? Life is so easy. :)

It begins with a simple question to Andrew Trinh, founder of business consultancy firm Trizle: "Any good accounting book?" His response: The Accounting Game.

But then comes an uber-pleasant surprise: He sent me the book as a gift!

Sahabat saya, Ollie, baru saja merilis novel terbarunya yang kali ini bernuansa Islami, tentang perjuangan dalam mencari pasangan jiwa alias soulmate.

Dari blog Ollie:

I just asked for advice from Andrew Trinh of Trizle (a business consulting firm, if you haven't heard--and a kickass one, if you ask me.) Here's the reply, verbatim, so you could kick more asses than most guys do:

Hi Hendy,

Yes! The best accounting book I know is called "The Accounting Game". It's an amazing book that's so easy and efficient to learn from.

I think the best accounting software (is this for personal finances) is anything from Intuit ( e.g. Quickbooks, Quicken, etc.)

This is one of the last (but not the last) 23rd birthday gifts I received. These are the guys who gave this. Very very thoughtful, indeed. I was ecstatically flattered when opening the wrapping and seeing what's inside.