The best thing about being in a business platform with many other business owners is that you can call them your business colleagues. Some of which I know more closely and have become friends. Thus, I can brag that I’ve got around 500 business colleagues which I network with for business. 😀
Then, one of them recently co-wrote a book and released it for pre-orders. It’s stories detailing the dirty tricks business owners have used to win business. Be it under the table, sexual favours and other unethical means of securing the wanted accounts.
In conjunction with this book launching, I’ve participated in their contest giveaway on Facebook. The rules are simple. They snapped my photo and included my selected caption. All I have to do is get as many people to click Like on this photo.
And yes, that is how I look like when I suit up. Very different, no? By the way, ignore the Dragonball hair. It’s like that whenever my hair is rather thick and it needs trimming. It was deem a bad hair day. 😛
Now, I know I’m no chic. And it sounds far fetched to even go head-to-head against one, but can’t blame me for trying. So, if you’re a person (guy or girl) who wants to tip the scales for once, please follow this link to the photo on Facebook and click Like!
Quickie on Jenny Sun. She’s a Malaysian wedding photographer who shoots couples in Sydney and KL. Jenny’s distinctive style is to shoot into the sun. It goes against the rules to have the sun behind but I guess if you can pull it off, why not.
Not so long ago, Jenny ran a contest giving away a ShootSac slingbag for photographers. The slingbag’s by Shootsac are designer inspired and look seriously awesome. Maneuvering on the go is easier and access to an added lense is 1 less zip to worry too.
Though I didn’t win the Shootsac contest. Jenny gave surprise gifts to other commendable submissions. Besides me, Nigel also won this gift too.
So what was the gift?
Jenny passed it to me in a brown envelope when I met her at the Got Mojo? seminar. She was planning to post it to me but I saved her a few bucks. 😛
Inside the envelope was a nicely bubble wrapped package containing a silver box, silver CD case and a personal handwritten note from Jenny. Sweet!
Still wondering what was contained in the ribbon-tied box? Well, ta-da!
It’s hand-picked photographs Jenny took while she was traveling. In the CD, there was high-resolution images which I could use for wallpapers. And seriously, I love the Eiffel Tower shot. Just look at that beam!
To me as Cameranoob, they’re simply beautiful photos. 😀 Thanks, Jenny.
P.S.: This is Jenny.
Hope she doesn’t shoot me when she finds out this was from her blog header. LOL! 😛