一个在马来西亚卖老鼠的女超人 VS 一场网络讲座

November 17, 2006

Thurs,16-Nov

对我来说是个很重要的日子。为什么?因为,我将出席一场期待已久,在Malaysia 第一场blogger Internet Success Seminar。在经济条件近乎崩溃的边缘下,恨下心肠用RM40买了入门票。

要强调的是,Rm40对我来说实在很重要。假如让我那远在kampong的好友知道我用RM40来听讲座的话,换来的或许是几声冷笑。但,为了不甘平凡、为了追逐那在许多人眼中恐怕是好高骛远的梦。 我豁了出去。

带着3分欣赏、3分嫉妒、3分期许加1分好奇的心情见证这场讲座,见识这个女子如何在短短六年的时间叱咤风云。老实说,讲座会的内容不算丰富,可能是因为大部分的讯息我己经老早知道了。对于我来说真的太笼统、太general, 原以为这是workshop seminar, 奈何却只是个briefing/preview。或许,下一场才是我应该attend 的。可是我的wallet 应经近乎失血过多的边缘。

所以,这场讲座对我来说买的不是知讯,而是看这个被喻为Malaysia’s SuperWomen 的女子凭什么可以在网络市场上享誉亚洲。(既然是搞网络的,小女子觉得应该是Spiderwomen比较合适。)无可厚非,她是个非常出色的演说家。凭着流利的英语、幽默淡定(steady)的谈吐、生动的body language,让讲座鲜少有冷场。

听完讲座,心里更加不平衡,一个non-IT literated 的女子居然能够卖老鼠(Wireless mouse)换来6位数的income。好一个Fion Tan!叫我这念网络的怎么甘心、怎么平衡?

忽然有点怀才不遇的感觉。伯乐啊、伯乐,你在哪里?:P
既然你用六年时间来打造你的王国,那么我对自己承诺,我将以我的智慧开拓不下於你的成就!!(会不会有点大言不惭?)

Thurs,16-Nov,for me it is a very important day. Why? Because I will be attend First Blogger Internet Success Seminar, which has been long-awaited. Although it is almost on the verge of collapse in economic conditions, I have decided to buy the tickets with RM40.

I should emphasize that Rm40 is very important to me, since I’m quite calculative. Hehe…… Perhaps it will make some jeers in return if my kampong’s gangs discovered my silly action. In the eyes of many people, it may be far-fetched dream. However, I’ve decided to get into the door. I know there’s who already makes it real.

With admires, jealousy, awaited, plus curiosity, I would like to discover how this women can be so successful in a short span of six years time. Frankly, the talk is not as rich as I thought, probably because most of the messages are too vague and too general. I thought that this might be a workshop seminar. But this seems more to a briefing/preview. Perhaps I should attend the next one. Poorest, my wallet should be on the verge of almost excessive bleeding.

To me, the Seminar is more to discover how she has been hailed as Malaysia ‘s SuperWomen (Since it is a network business, Spiderwomen women should be more appropriate :P) and well-know with her marketing skills in Asia-Pasific; rather than getting any details from the talk. Understandable. She is a very good orator. With her fluent English, humor (steady) remarks, vivid body language, it really spice-up the talk.

After hearing the talk, my heart getting more uneven. A none IT-literate woman was able to sell wireless mouse for uncountable profits in return. But why not to me, an IT-literate graduates with major in Networking. What a shame!

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