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Saturday, December 5, 2009

WHO AM I? Good Answers during Job Interview.


List of qualities you can answer during job interviews. Also, with this one, you will know more about yourself. And don’t forget, all of which are author’s personality.

I graduated just recently, am rearing to go and more than ready to work hard to prove myself.
I’ve passed the exam for Professional – Civil Service.
I am fast learner and looking forward to start my career in an established company.
I can work with anyone or on my own.
I am self-taught and motivate myself.
I’m not rushing things about my career. I am willing to start at the beginning and follow orders from more experienced than me.
My goal is to learn the process and flow of business and eventually, someday, you’ll see me as one of your asset for I’m willing to grow with the company.
I am fluent in English language. It’s just that once in a while I mispronounced some words because of regional accent. Nevertheless, I’m working hard to correct it and being corrected is accepted and appreciated.
I can drive a motorcycle and operate a fork lift machine.
President’s Lister and Dean’s Lister.
I graduated as Graduating Scholar.
I have self-disciplined and I’ll make sure all is in order.
I do things in logical process and with practical solutions.
I know when, how and whom to listen to.
I approach my assignments seriously and with intense focus.
I view the big picture.
I have general knowledge on legal matter and on basic accounting.
With good inter-personal skill. Manifested by being elected as External Representative for Economics Research Society (ECONRES).
I have good analytical mind. In Civil Service Exam, it’s in analogy where I got high score.
I gather more information before starting a project.
I love reading, specially, about money matter and self-development. I had read books of Robert Kiyosaki. I have books about online investing, stock investing, and more money books.
I love listening to educational audio. I’d listened P.T Barnum’s The Art of Money Getting, and so many others.
I’m into blogging and learning all that related to it e.g Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Keyword Optimization, Proper Lay-outing, etc.
I believe in “it pays to work hard”.
I am proficient in Microsoft Office, Deep Web Searching. Knowledge of Boolean Logic, Lead Generation.
I have General knowledge on Computer hardware and software.

Friday, December 4, 2009

CHECKLIST IN BUYING A SECOND HAND, RECONDITIONED, OR REFURBISHED CELLPHONE OR LAPTOP

These are the important things to keep in mind in buying a second hand cellular phone or it may apply in buying a laptop also. Because we don’t want to keep in returning on shops where we bought the item we make sure it’s in good quality even if it’s only second hand or reconditioned phone. Some, maybe basics to you but I do believe you overlook some of it. In no particular order, here’s the list;


  • Infrared. Is it working? Make sure to try it.
  • Bluetooth. Try it also.
  • Memory Card. Try to save on it. Learn how to insert and remove. Also, be aware of memory capacity. And make sure that the memory card comes with adaptor so that you can insert it anywhere.
  • Battery. The battery is flat. Try to spin in flat surface, if it turns hard or it won’t turn, and then it’s a good battery.
  • Games installed. Rule of thumb is that games aren’t in Chinese language, unless, of course, if you’re a Chinese.
  • Camera. Clear picture the same as with the same model/unit. Try the camera, zoom feature, etc. Also, if video capable, try to record one and see to it that it records the sound/voice.
  • Try the charger. Ask for warranty. Most of the time, charger is with different warranty terms.
  • Keypad. Press all keys.
  • Power On and Off.
  • Is it really the model/unit you are buying? Cellphone technicians can modify cellphones, of course, and it will look like another model/unit of cellphone. For instance, N8210 will look like N8250 just by changing or modifying the housing case. To make sure of the model dial *#0000#. Or look at the sticker at the back.
  • Adapter for the charger. Should be included without additional payment.
  • Make a call. Rule of thumb, no foul sounds.
  • USB cable. Is it functioning?
  • Ask about the warranty of the phone. Negotiate for the longest possible time.
  • Play music. Scroll pictures.
  • Try the headset.
  • Check the speakers.
  • Are the stickers at the back intact?
  • Send and receive text.


That’s it! The author will appreciate if you can suggest other considerations regarding on this topic. Don’t hesitate, drop them all here.