Life is so full of it, right? Started from the process of human making. πŸ˜‰ You get the picture. Because of the competition, we have to make choice.Β  A choice that will not guarantee anything will go on our wished way.

Some people are afraid of it. Some love it.

I just wanted to highlight few issues that are close to my thought.

First, the industry.

Now, as we are all aware, Malaysia’s started to liberalize on few sectors, industry and services. We could see that the FTAs are happening almost every week. That’s the world without border.Β  I hope that the industryΒ  is ready to adapt to this though at times they still need support and incentive from the government. An officialΒ  once said “let’s see what you (the industry) could give to the government, so then we (the government) would see what we could give back to you”. Because you see, government still support the industry.Β  But some still ask for more.Β  They are not some small middle entrepreneurs mind you, they are big and international.Β  Either they are afraid of competition or they are not that grateful.

Are we ready enough to adapt the liberalization in our country? I doubt that would be discussed anymore because ready or not, the world is getting more borderless each day.Β  The international companies keep asking way in, and we are also promoting our industry, and country abroad as well. It’s a fair game after all.

Competition number 2, is still about the same thing, choice.

Why do you think we still go to Starbucks or Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf though we are well aware that we could get few cups of coffee at some stalls with the same price of one mug of coffee at the said places?

It is because we get to choose!

And do you think the stalls will go die because no one go to them? No! They will live, because we all don’t make the same choice at all time, right.

The same thing. I am not good in discussing things.

But you get the view.


Pengarang: aishahkay

simple young lady, living happy most of the time.

3 thoughts on “Competition?”

  1. i’m glad, you are now better off to be in the sectoral rather than be in HR or Finance. Good for you chah,. it helps broaden ur view and mind as i can see it, compare to ‘the old you’..

    1. Nisha, thanks for the understanding πŸ˜‰

      Delavegas….amboi, “old me” lagu mana tu bos.. πŸ˜€
      Hehe, i guess aging does take it’s toll on me.
      whahaha nearing a big 3-0 would mean more than being in 20s.
      lagipun, sama je tempat mana2 pun. kalau nak mesti buleh adaptlah.

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