We’re launching our new brand,
The 1st Frozen Custard in Indonesia:
Mono by Stereo Desserts
Visit us on on #TrademarkMarket5thAnniversary at FnB booth no. 13, near the stage.
Trademark Market located at Trans Convention Centre, The Trans Luxury Hotel, Bandung.
(Entrance 3rd floor from Trans Studio Mall)
Thursday for invitation only and Friday-Sunday are open for public from 10 AM to 10 PM.
See you there, friends! 😄
More updates on instagram : @mono_dessert – with Stereo Desserts at The Trans Luxury Hotel
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Smartfren Generasi 4G Day!
Cihampelas Walk, Bandung.
Hari ini dari jam 10.00-22.00.
Jangan lupa mampir booth kami yaa, ada PROMO SPECIAL dan launching produk baru kami MONO BY STEREO DESSERTS! 😆
Be there, guys! 😁 – with Stereo Desserts at Cihampelas Walk (CiWalk)
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Ya Allah nak, gak berasa udah setaun aja sejak kamu brojol ke dunia ini. Koq cepet banget ya kamu tumbuhnya. Dari tadinya cuma bisa nangis minta nenen dan bikin ayah sama bunda kurang tidur, sampe sekarang udah ngerti berbagai hal, nunjukin macem-macem ekspresi, udah bisa naik tangga sendiri dari lantai bawah ke lantai atas, ngoceh ga jelas kaya ngajak ngobrol, segala dijilat dan dimasukin ke mulut, dan yang pasti selalu bisa bikin ayah & bunda senyum-senyum sendiri liat kelakuan kamu dan merasa beruntung memiliki kamu, nak. Yang pasti kamu adalah amanah dan investasi terbesar kami di dunia dan akhirat. Happy 1 year old, Muhammad Hamdi Fathonah. We will always try to give our best for you. We will always there for you. We will always love you. 👪 – with Pujiananurul
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I found something interesting when I read a psychology book. A “prayer” that used for therapy, Gestalt Prayer.
Text of “prayer”:
I do my thing and you do your thing.
I am not in this world to live up to your expectations,
And you are not in this world to live up to mine.
You are you, and I am I,
and if by chance we find each other, it’s beautiful.
If not, it can’t be helped.
(Fritz Perls, “Gestalt Therapy Verbatim”, 1969)
The key idea of the statement is the focus on living in response to one’s own needs, without projecting onto or taking introjects from others. It also expresses the idea that it is by fulfilling their own needs that people can help others do the same and create space for genuine contact; that is, when they “find each other, it’s beautiful.”
When I turned 25 a few months ago, I wrote down some of the things I’ve learned over my short time on earth. The last year has been a crazy roller-coaster ride which has enabled me to see certain things like never before. Last year during this time, I was working at what I would consider my “dream job” – well, before I discovered my current “job” (I don’t think I can even call it a job). Over the last year, I’ve tried to learn from people who have “made it” in life – entrepreneurs, figureheads, lawyers, bankers and even politicians. I’ve realized that there is no formula to success in life, but there are definitely lessons that can be learned to help along the journey. I came up with the following list which I hope to someday come back to – but for now, I think it’s a pretty accurate depiction of how I think😉 So without further adieu:
- Take risks when you’re young. The older you become, the harder it gets. But they should always be calculated.
- The most important thing you learn in school is how to learn. Once you master that, nothing will stand in your way. Never stop learning.
- I would rather say that I tried and failed than live a life of regret. You miss every shot you don’t take.
- Dream big. Life is too short to only be mediocre.
- Music is the cheapest and simplest cure to life’s problems. Queue up your favourite play list, put on some headphones, and take a walk. You’ll instantly feel better.
- Drink beer. Lots of it. It makes you think more creatively. Oh, and wine too.
- Join clubs and put yourself in as many different social settings as possible. It will help you understand people and make you a better communicator.
- Start your own business as young as possible. Even if it’s a lemonade stand, it will teach you business lessons you’ll use for the rest of your life.
- If you’re going to fail, fail fast and make it public. Don’t drag it on. Then pick yourself back up. Knowing that others watched you fail will encourage you to prove them wrong.
- Meet lots of different people. Life is serendipitous in many ways and you never know what can happen.
- When life throws lemons at you, make lemonade. Then pour it for all your friends. Be optimistic. It spreads like wild fire.
- Success does not lead to happiness. You need to be happy first before you can become successful. Find what makes you happy. Don’t stop until you find it.
- Many people don’t want to start businesses because they are scared. Successful entrepreneurs got to where they are because they were willing to tread where others wouldn’t. If you’re too scared to leave your 9-5 job, entrepreneurship is not meant for you.
- Surround yourself with people way smarter than you. That is the only way you will be challenged to grow.
- Only those who are with you during the struggles deserve to be with you when you celebrate the successes.
- Pick and choose your battles carefully. There are only 24 hours in a day. If something isn’t worth your time, just say no…or outsource it to India😉 (thank you 4 Hour Workweek)
- The most important asset to invest in is yourself. Take classes to make yourself a better person and never stop learning. Buy books. Lots of them.
- True friends will never question why you disappeared off the face of the earth. They will be there for you unconditionally.
- The more comfortable you are with a job you don’t want to be doing, the harder it will become to leave it and chase your dreams. Learn what you can, then go change the world.
- A dream job does not exist. You have to create it.
- Travel as much as you can. You will come back with a wider perspective of the world and more ideas on how to change it.
- “Thank You” – the most powerful two words in the English dictionary.
- God gave us all a purpose. Don’t settle until you find yours. I didn’t think mine was to sit in front of computer screens and trade foreign exchange, so I kept looking.
- The world may seem big and scary. But the older you get, the more you realize that everything is man-made. Nothing is set in stone. Don’t stick with the status quo.
- Life is not easy. But having the right support group with you during your journey goes a long, long way.