So it was a Friday afternoon, I had an Intro to Business class and my word, did I enjoy this class.
A little side note here.... when I was in high school I purposely chose the science stream coz I hated Business. Who would have known that I'll be learning a bit on Business in college again...wahhhhhhhhhhhhh ... definitely not me.
I kinda felt like Jonah where you like try to run away from what your suppose to do or face only to find yourself submit to whatever you are running from =)
Anyway, You got to love God coz for whatever reason you think ain't worth knowing is worth knowing In God's Eyes!
In other words, just move with the flow knowing that God is in Control!!!
We had this game which the teacher kinda like asked us to play in a room with 5 students (The rest must be running away... hehehe). It was a "Survival simulation game".
Now I don't know if it’s true but it’s the same game that companies use when hiring managers. In short the scenario is that you along with your people where in a plane, crashed landed somewhere up north of
WHAT DO YOU DO?
The list are (not in order)
A ball of steel wool
A small axe
A loaded .45 Caliber pistol
Can of Crisco Shortening
News papers (One per person)
Cigarette lighter (Without Fluid)
Extra T-shirt and pants for each survivor
20x20 ft. piece of heavy duty canvas
A sectional air map made of plastic
One quart of 100-proof whiskey
Family-size chocolate (One per-person)
Try doing this and see whether you are manger material =) (Comment or email me personally if you want to know the answer to this)
Anyway, I did mine... And guess what?!?!?!?!
I'll be the first one to die in the COLD!!!! Oh man, that just dropped the nuclear bomb in me and I can hear God say "..... ... ..... . . . . ..."
In other words, sometimes (or most of the times) I get the best of me (overconfident side) to act upon my life rather than listening to Him first and consider the thoughts of others.
When I thought about it, ask me whether my fellow "plane crashers" where part of my survival plan, I'm ashamed to say "NO".
Wow that was an eye opener, heart opener, can opener (however you want to call it) for me. I can see my "humble status" rising as it left a scar in my heart and mind as it’s gonna be one of those memories that you'll never forget. I can be very selfish.
But you know what.... Praise God! He reminded me that He is the perfector of our Faith!
Don’t ever think “that because things are going great for you everything is ok”. We need Jesus all the more.
I'm still amazed with this scene in my life. I still have a lot to learn. I thank God that He's never given up on me despite how many times I feel like giving up.
“A thousand times I failed still your mercy remains,
should I stumble again, I'm caught by your Grace" (plays at the back of my mind when writing this =) )
So I "died" in managerial skills but that’s all part in Leadership training so I guess I'm in the right class in life.
To be a leader is to go through failures not because you’re destined to fail but destined to learn so that you can be a better leader not for yourself, but for God and others.
P.S HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR EVERYBODY!!!