Jumat, 14 April 2017

Ask an Expert.

                                                                      An effort olshopSister Siti an appetizer olshop

Lengkapnya name is Siti Kartina Tanjongpura go to university study program Physical Education, People usually call the brush, titi and siti. I know she probably from before SD hahaha. He was an attempt olshop.
by Siti why he opened olshop? Because he idly to find leisure time activities, and the second she also gets keutungan for himself. And I also had the opportunity to interview my friend alone and there are some of my questions to him!

Ulfa: Some time you start a business this olshop?
Siti: I started this business about 2 years olshop.
Ulfa: How did you initially start this olshop business?
Siti: I actually just fill my free time, and also because its my hobby collecting clothes, shoes, veils and others.
Ulfa: What is your monthly income?
Siti: Depends a lot of customers, due to the efforts of this olshop so much interest in his income quite make my pocket money.
Ulfa: whether there are obstacles that occur when this olshop business?
Siti: every effort must be a constraint, because usually there are customers who are not responsible for orders that are already in order.
Ulfa: So how do you overcome these obstacles?
Siti: I usually direct memBACKLIST its customers, then the ordered items I sell it to another customer.
Ulfa: thank you for taking the time and giving me good information olshopnya business running smoothly.
Siti: Aamiin, thanks also choose me to be a resource to you, hopefully with this I became more fluent olshop

Kamis, 30 Maret 2017

How to Give a Speech

It’s time to overcome what people fear more than death is public speaking.
This article will help you prepare for the steps before performing speech. Step 1:

Part One of Three:
Preparing the Speech

  1. Pick your message.
    Your speech should be able to summed up in a sentence, maybe two. This is    what your speech really boils down to: it's what you'll start off with and what you'll return to at the end. Example.
    • So what's yours? Did your teacher give you a specific topic to cover? If so, what's    your stance? Or is it more personal? Two or three personal stories with a connecting  theme can be quite the vivid speech.

  2. Know your audience. This will determine the entirety of your speech. You wouldn't deliver  the same speech to four year-olds as you would to CEOs! So know your audience. Here are a few things to consider.
  3. Don’t ruminate about negative thoughts.Ask yourself, what's the worst that can happen? People will give you weird looks for not giving a speech according to their "expectations".
    • Who are they? Age? Gender? Beliefs?
    • How much do they know about your topic? This will determine the amount of complicated language you can use (hint: if they don't know much, don't use it!).
    • Why are they there? To be taught something? Because they have to be? Because they're genuinely interested?
    •  How long have they been there? If you're 17th of 18th speeches, take that into account!  
  4. Research your subject. If your subject is you, congratulations! You probably already know you like the back of your hand (or arm or leg, but probably not head). But if it's not, get to researching. The pros and the cons!
    • Have at least three points to support your message (that one succinct sentence you're working with). Address the counterargument, but don't focus on it.
    • Only complicate it as much as your audience can tolerate. Stay away from jargon and technical terms if it's gonna leave your listeners scratching their heads and feeling out of place 
  5. Use stories, humor and metaphor. A speech that's full of dull, meaningless statistics and facts probably won't get you anywhere with any audience. The human mind will tune out in seconds if that's all it hears. The more vivid a picture you can paint, the better.
    • Addressing the president of your company about budget locations? Maybe not.
    • Antithesis is about using opposites. Clinton said, "I want to nominate a man who’s cool on the outside but who burns for America on the inside" in speech.  
  6. Use flashy adjectives, verbs and adverbs. More about being vivid! Take the sentence "The fishing industry is bad" and change it to "The fishing industry's practices are egregious. " Even something as simple as "We can solve the problem," to "We can speedily solve the problem" is more memorable.
    • Think active, "We can force change when we have the manpower." Make 'em sit up in their seats, you know?

  7. Jump right in. you know it's good -- and Steve Jobs' 2005 address to Stanford grads did just that. Boom. Hooked.
    • o no hemming and "hawwing", no apologizing, no "I wondered," no "Thank yous," just brass tacks. Get right in there. Don't talk about painting get right in there and start creating an image for them.

  8. Write it out. Write it out, see how it transitions from point to point, if it covers all your bases, and if it really says what you set out to say. If it doesn't, revamp till it does!
    • The introduction and conclusion should both be brief and to the point, the conclusion being a reiteration of the intro. And the body? Well, that's everything else

    Part Two of Three:
    practicing Speech
    1. Write down your main points. Take this notecard and see if you can cover everything just from looking at it. How does it flow? What parts are you less convinced by yourself on?
    •   he more comfortable you are with the speech, the more it'll show when you're delivering it.
    2. Memorize it. if you have it memorized, you can make eye contact with your audience and worry about the icing on the cake, like gestures and inflection. Don't stress if you don't have enough time but if you do, take advantage of it.
    • you'll be taking your note card with you! If your mind blanks, you can take a look-see at it and go right where you need to. You ran over it with the note card 10 times for this reason.
    3. Deliver it to someone. This is a grand idea for a couple of reasons:
    • Public speaking can be pretty terrifying, so having a practice audience will help calm your nerves.
    • Have them actually pay attention. At the end of your speech, ask them what questions popped up in their mind

    4. Practice in front of the mirror and in the shower. Practice in front of the mirror and in the shower.
    •   Practice in front of the mirror so you can see your body language. What gestures work where? How do you feel about the pauses and what do you do during them?
    • Practice in the shower because it's probably one of the few times during the day where you can mindlessly go over it. Does your mind blank on any part? If so, review it.

    5. Time it. Try to get it comfortably above the minimum and comfortably below the maximum that way if you accidentally speed up or slow down, you're still golden.

    Third Part Three:
    Delivering Speech
    1. Think about your posture and body language. Standing like you have a fig leaf over your crotch is not the way to give a captivating speech. Nor should you go the opposite way and lean over the podium.
    • You use your hands every day to express emotion this speech is no different. You're still communicating to people, just on a bigger scale. Though the scale is different, the gestures remain the same.
    2. Use props. Talk about painting a vivid picture.
    • Telling a story about your dad's last burning building he ran into? Take out his burned firefighter helmet. 
    3 Know when and how to use pictures. just make sure you use them to your advantage! You want them to listening to you, not awe-struck by the pretty pictures.
    •  Use graphs to illustrate your points, especially if they're hard to understand.
    •    Don't face the pictures when you're talking.
    4. Select people in your audience, don't scan. A lot of people are under the impression scanning the audience is ideal -- and if that makes you nervous, just sort of scan the back wall.
    5 Vary your tone. The parts you feel passionate about should be clearly emphasized! Speak loudly and with vigor! Pound your fist if you need to! And then there are parts that will feel more like a lullaby. And even parts that require pauses to let the emotion set in. AND THEN RAMPED BACK UP. It's a lot more effective verbally than over text. You get it.
    • Don't be afraid to chuckle a bit or show a bit of grief or frustration. You're human.
    6. Don't forget about pauses! Think about the sentence, "hydrogen monoxide killed 50 million people last year. 50 million. Let that sink in." Now think about the sentence with pauses after each period. Gets a little more serious, doesn't it?
    • Draw a big ol' slash through the text to indicate a break. Once you have it down, you'll be able to feel where the pauses will go.

    7. Don't forget about pauses! Think about the sentence, "hydrogen monoxide killed 50
    •    Take a deep breath. You did it. Next time you'll be giving a speech on how to give speeches. What were you so nervous about in the first place?

Rabu, 29 Maret 2017

I tell my life without novel

Assallammualaikum Wr.Wb
Hello guys I shared my life with no novel

You know the novel? Impossible that if you do not know the novel, everyone in the world that
we know much less, especially students, students (and myself included haha: D) and teenage son.
I was thinking how to live without a fantasy, shadows or her term dream baseball certainly
intriguing. and many people say the novel considers one of its many negative or did not provide
anything even might have a negative impact of the novel. It does not deny to me that these
novels give a negative impact to its readers. My own example baseball have far-away loved to
read novels until until I forget time, forget to eat, forget to break even forget to sleep early haha: D

Positive Impact for myself firstly to encourage interest in reading, especially for example small 

children more happy with anything that has a picture, is not in the novel also has a picture, right?

In because our brains more easily capture a story shaped object from the other images The 

second moral requirement that has a moral message that we are motivated like to invite readers 

to work hard to achieve your dreams and friendship. Then with the genre of Science Fiction or 

Mecha (On Robot) To teach about the advancement of technology, then the genre of Action and 

Adventure (Adventure) invites readers to helping and protecting the weak, and the genre last 

that in waiting by teenagers, including me wkwk:D ie although the romance genre of romance, but 

many moral values ​​are also tablets that can be taken from there mainly about friendship and of 

course many more genres of novel filled with moral condition of life.