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12th Edition of THE INSPIRER is out!

Posted by THE_INSPIRER UTP Tuesday, June 5, 2012 0 comments

The 12th Edition of THE INSPIRER with the theme of innovation is out now!
Kindly download a copy via the link as below:

Happy reading! Have a nice day!

Officiating Ceremony of The Inspirer

Posted by THE_INSPIRER UTP Thursday, February 23, 2012 0 comments

We will distribute the latest edition of The Inspirer magazine in the 
Week-i-Media Mega Book Fair 2012.

Date : 29 Feb- 2 March 2012
Time : 9 am - 5 pm
Location : UTP Chancellor Foyer

Pleas come to take a copy and enjoy read it! 

15 Things Everyone Needs You To Do

Posted by THE_INSPIRER UTP Wednesday, August 3, 2011 0 comments

Things Everyone Needs You To Do
Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness,
to pull another hand into the light.
-Norman B. Rice
A silhouette of a human being stands before you.
Perhaps a friend.  Perhaps a lover.  Perhaps a perfect stranger.
They need you to connect with them.  They need you to share this moment.
They need you to…
  • Notice without critiquing.
  • Appreciate without comparing.
  • Listen without interruption.
  • Question without objection.
  • Challenge without mocking.
  • Consider without doubting.
  • Discuss without criticizing.
  • Smile without hesitation.
  • Give without expectation.
  • Comfort without lying.
  • Guide without misleading.
  • Forgive without resentment.
  • Rest without judgment.
They need you to be you – just the way you are.
And they need you to respect them – just the way they are.
credits to Marc & Angel ;) 


Posted by THE_INSPIRER UTP Friday, July 15, 2011 1 comments

         STRESS ???!!

    Symptoms of stress :


      Deal with stress :

Look around
See if there really is something you can change or control in the situation
Set realistic goals for yourselfReduce the number of events going on in your life and you may reduce the circuit overload
Exercise in stress reduction through project management/prioritizing
Remove yourself from the stressful situationGive yourself a break if only for a few moments dailyDon't overwhelm yourselfby fretting about your entire workload. Handle each task as it comes, or selectively deal with matters in some priority
Don't sweat the small stuff
Try to prioritize a few truly important things and let the rest slide
Learn how to best relax yourselfMeditation and breathing exercises have been proven to be very effective in controlling stress.  Practice clearing your mind of disturbing thoughts.
Selectively change the way you react,
but not too much at one time.  Focus on one troublesome thing and manage your reactions to it/him/her
Change the way you see your situation; seek alternative viewpoints
Stress is a reaction to events and problems, and you can lock yourself in to one way of viewing your situation.  Seek an outside perspective of the situation, compare it with yours. and perhaps lessen your reaction to these conditions.
Avoid extreme reactions;
Why hate when a little dislike will do? Why generate anxiety when you can be nervous? Why rage when anger will do the job? Why be depressed when you can just be sad?
Do something for othersto help get your mind off your self
Get enough sleep
Lack of rest just aggravates stress
Work off stresswith physical activity, whether it's jogging, tennis, gardening
Avoid self-medication or escape
Alcohol and drugs can mask stress.  They don't help deal with the problems
Begin to manage the effects of stress
This is a long range strategy of adapting to your situation, and the effects of stress in your life.  Try to isolate and work with one "effect" at a time.  Don't overwhelm yourself.  for example, if you are not sleeping well, seek help on this one problem.
Try to "use" stress
If you can't remedy, nor escape from,  what is bothering you, flow with it and try to use it in a productive way
Try to be positive
Give yourself messages as to how well you can cope rather than how horrible everything is going to be.  "Stress can actually help memory, provided it is short-term and not too severe.  Stress causes more glucose to be delivered to the brain, which makes more energy available to neurons.  This, in turn, enhances memory formation and retrieval.  On the other hand, if stress is prolonged, it can impede the glucose delivery and disrupt memory."  All Stressed UpSt. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch, p. 8B, Monday, November 30, 1998
Most importantly:
if stress is putting you in an unmanageable state or interfering with your schoolwork, social and/or work life, 
seek professional help at your school counseling center

5th Annual Malaysian Student Leaders Summit 2011 (MSLS 2011)

Posted by THE_INSPIRER UTP Wednesday, July 13, 2011 0 comments

"In this year's MSLS, we will delve deeper within our collective consciousness to rediscover what makes us unique and what makes Malaysia tick to paint a picture of where we stand in this fast-changing, globalised world. 

Which piece of this new world puzzle is Malaysia? 

How are we going to find and benefit from this fit? 

Where do we as youths piece ourselves in this Malaysian puzzle? 

In this year?s MSLS, we will strive to come up with answers to these profound questions, as we piece together the Malaysian puzzle together.
  • The details of the event are as follows:
  • Date: 30 and 31 July 2011 (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Time: 8 - 6.30pm (both days)
  • Venue: Hilton Kuala Lumpur Hotel
  • Dress Code: Formal

We hope to see you there! If you have any questions, please send us an email at [email address]. To register, please go to http://www.ukeconline.com/​msls2011 today - we will be updating all the details there!

Please note that you do not need to pay in order to attend this conference - it is free of charge for all participants." - UKEC



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