“Leiden is lijden!”. The lead is Suffering. The ancient adage that Mohammad Roem cites Netherlands in his books titled “Haji Agus Salim, the lead was Suffering” (Prisma No. 8, August 1977).
It deals with the essay example, Agus Salim. Agus Salim was known as one of the national struggles. He respected and eminent diplomat, but very simple and very limited from the material side.
If you take the very expression, full of meaning. The lead is a mandate, not a gift. The point is sacrificing, not demanding. The lead is a sacrifice, not demanding.
Measure the soul of leadership
Almost all of the scholarship program aimed at looking for future leaders. They are youths who are expected to be sitting in a chair a steering wheel and take the nation towards a dangerous country competitive and dignified at 100 years of age its independence.
It is certainly not easy. Measure the value of motivation, and leadership is not as easy to measure language skills the United Kingdom or measure of cognitive ability and academic. Even “measuring instrument” called motivation statement and interviews though they can miss the mark.
Who can guarantee if a motivation statement which is very articulate and make the selection team has suddenly turned into some questions and count about the rights received as a scholarship recipient?
Who can guarantee if the statements of patriotic and idealistic delivered with excited at the time of the interview abruptly turned into questions about personal interests that put forward the elements of cost-benefit solely?
The lead is sacrificed. Similarly for those students who are preparing to continue his studies abroad. The main sacrifice is required, i.e. the readiness to leave the convenience zone (comfort zone).
Bung Hatta will not be so great if only the characters busy tallying up large allowance received from the Foundation Van Deventer, who gave him a scholarship. Hatta diligent writes in several newspapers in the Netherlands at the time of the study there. He did not just to channel the fruits she thought, but also to the additional allowance.
However, Habibie will not be such significant figures that if he decided not to leave a very beloved mother. In fact, the proximity of Habibie with the mother is adamant, especially since her father died.
So, leave your comfort zone means must be willing to go work, and the opportunity to be promoted. Also, should be prepared to leave small children and is being cute or part with a couple who recently married a couple of weeks. Or, forced to follow the style of long distance relationship (LDR) with her boyfriend. What can be made?
Leave your comfort zone also means being willing to leave the comfort and “luxuries,” such as the Sun that shines for 365 days a year, which is replaced with dreary skies and high winds. Must be willing to let go of the treatment in the mie tek-tek every night passing in front of the House. It was all replaced with hard bread and sliced cheese.
They are a Muslim have willingly to relinquish treatment in prayer on Eid with family in feast and replaced by hour alone for a month. Any widths away from the family and opor ayam delights and delicious.
All of the readiness and the ability to leave the comfort zone is to be a key factor in reaching success. Dare?
No, there is not a great leader who was born in a comfort zone. There is no great accomplishment taken out of the comfort zone. Nothing great comes from a convenience zone! http://www.onlinetv.id/2016/03/rcti.html
“There is only one country that deserves to be my country. He grew up with deeds, and deeds it is my Act “.
That’s the defence speech excerpts Bung Hatta in “Indonesia Vrij” on March 22, 1928, at the Court in the Hague, Netherlands. In court, it was decided that this was the Kingdom of the Netherlands Indies changing into Indonesia.
Well, welcome struggling in current and windy students in Indonesia. Bring home the Sun!