There are some days you may wish you were a mind reader.

For example, in a job interview, you may wonder if you're making a good impression on the hiring manager or boring him silly. Or, perhaps you present the boss with your new idea, but you wonder if she thinks you're brilliant, or about as smart as a bag of rocks.

If you could just know what a hiring manager or a boss -- or even a customer or colleague -- were thinking, it would certainly save you a lot of stress and aggravation, couldn't it?

Nonverbal communication is everything that's not a word. It could be how quickly someone responds to a question, or how they tilt their head while listening to you.

If an interviewer gives you more time to answer questions, it means things are going well. If the hiring manager is cutting you off, it can mean that things are going downhill.


I would like to choose Mat Rempit as my Current issue.

Because every day we heared the bad news about this issued. A Mat Rempit is a Malaysian term for "an individual who participates in illegal street racing", usually involving underbone motorcycles (colloquially known as Kapcai) or scooters. Not all Mat Rempits are involved in street racing; some of them perform crazy stunts for fun, such as the wheelie, superman (lying flat on the seat), wikang, and scorpion (standing on the seat with one leg during a wheelie).

Mat Rempits usually travel in groups and race in bustling city centres on weekend nights. In recent times, Mat Rempits have been linked to gangsterism, gang robbery, street fighting, assault, vandalism, theft and bullying. Most motorcycles used by the Mat Rempits do not meet standard specifications, or have been modified extensively for greater speed, or just to make the exhaust noisier.

Additionally, some Mat Rempits do not have valid motorcycle licenses, do not pay road taxes, and ride stolen motorcycles. A growing number of housing estates have also been turned into racing tracks. It is estimated that there are about 200,000 Mat Rempits in Malaysia.

In some other countries, the term Mat Rempit is also used, but more to refer to one as a motorcycle lover or rider (Mat Motor), as opposed to an illegal motorcycle racer. Sometime the terms of Mat Rempit misused to refer any individual who rides an underbone motorcycle. Related to this is the Mat Konvoi, which claim to be the non-racing version of Mat Rempit.


Non Verbal Communication

Everyone knows how important it is to speak confidently, say the right things and show interest when being interviewed or even at a meeting with clients. However, in addition to what you say, one must know that what you do also communicates volumes of information about who you really are.

Experts believe that a large part of communication occurs non-verbally. That means that even a smile on your face and the firmness of your handshake when you say, "Pleased to meet you," says more than your words alone.

It is to be remembered that once someone forms an impression, the tendency is to look for evidence confirming the original opinion and to ignore contradictory messages. That means if you have created a positive impression the first time around, people will focus on things that support that favorable impression. If, however, you have created a negative impression, you will have to work twice as hard to overcome that belief from the minds of those who have that negative impression.
Tips on How to Make a Positive Impression Non-Verbally
Remember that everything you do creates an impression:

* your facial expressions
* the "look in your eyes"
* your eye contact (or lack of it)
* your hand gestures
* your posture
* the way you comb your hair
* the clothes (even the shoes) you wear

Making an Entrance
The most important thing to remember in creating a presence is to believe that you belong where you are and have something of value to offer. A characteristic of successful people is that they naturally expect others to respond positively to them.

* When entering someone's office, do not poke your head in the door. Walk in confidently. (Knock first, if appropriate)
* Anticipating a negative reaction sets the stage for an unsuccessful meeting. Therefore, enter with more confidence and have a positive mindset
* A strong stride, a direct approach, an upright posture and a sense of energy are extremely important

Body Language
What you do with your body can support and enhance the message your words convey–or detract from it.

* Whether talking with one person or an auditorium full of people, maintain eye contact. Otherwise the person or crowd you are addressing will definitely show no interest to what you have to say
* Keep your facial expressions relaxed and friendly. The idea is to keep the listener interested and comfortable with you and what you have to say
* When standing, maintain a balance to your stance. Do not slouch, or lean on things when talking to people. Always maintain an upright posture
* Move purposefully; it shows confidence. Do not walk into a room for instance as though you are about to steal something or as though you do not belong there
* Let your hands fall to your side after using them and avoid crossing your arms, or holding your own hands either in front of you or behind your back

Shaking Hands
Handshakes are an important physical means of communicating. An immediate, firm, confident and friendly handshake helps establish a positive tone for a meeting and provides a non-verbal opportunity to establish yourself.

* Involve your entire hand in the handshake. Make eye contact; without it a handshake is half as effective
* Women should shake hands with each other just as readily as men. Never allow an important meeting to begin without a handshake. To do otherwise is to non-verbally discount yourself
* Some men think it is impolite to extend their hand to a woman for a handshake. A savvy businesswoman relaxes the uneasiness by extending her hand to a man right away


As an IT ambassador of the future, what will be your contribution towards the development of ICT in Malaysia? In order to achieve our goals, what preparations that your are suppose to do as an IT student.

Everybody now days can learned and gain knowledge easy and convenient.Referring to the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) within the field of socioeconomic development or international development. ICT era or also well known as Superior Generation, downloading and uploading data easy and even all ages can easily using the Internet.

For an IT student,I should always alert and up to date myself with knowledge
inside or outside our country. Futhermore, be more casual towards multi-fields as an capable in any field.Government had invented thousand of Ringgit to I also must be very commitment to improved my working skills in my major.

I.T. Ambassador provides a full range of local specialists for all of your computer needs. We introduce our clients to the best solutions and services. From simple repair of a home system to deploying a secure corporate network.

What is your blog style?

I'm more interested towards arts,photography,music and what's happening around the world.

What is your bloggery persona?


Why I have to write blogs?

Because from my point of view,it's a must for an iT students to get involve in blogging.

What have I learned about being a blogger?

Designing and decorating a web page is behind your fingertips if you knows the technique.Furthermore, i can earned news and trivia by blogging.

What did I think about blogging before this class and what do I think of it now?

I think, I can develope more skills by conquering iT fields and also can make income.