Before you enter my room, I would suggest you to bring along a bucket. You will be irritated and feeling wamble if you are intolerant to the old sentimental music, old country musics, and retro disco. I am very fond of oldies tunes. My friend shrieked and frowned once when she heard "Vincent" played from my lappy. I listen to all genres of oldies from all eras, like Judy Garland "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" (from the 1930's), Doris Day, Allayarham Tan sri P. Ramlee (local), Nat King Cole, Elvis, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Kenny Rogers, Bee Gees, Datuk Sharifah Aini (local), Broery Marantika (Indonesian), George Benson, Lionel Richie, Endang S Taurina (Indonesian), Dolly Parton, Dloyd' (Indonesian), Black Dog Bone (local), The Alleycats (local), The Carpenters, Marie Osmond, The Beatles, Queen, Air Supply, Deep Purple, Meat Loaf, Search (local), Vanessa Williams, Francisca Peter (local), Berlin (from the 1980's), to name a few. There are a lot more actually. To me, it is not important to follow the music trends. I love songs with good melody. Do not get me wrong, oldies are not the only musics I listen.
I am an ordinary Bidayuh girl, who lives between the city and country.
"I am pretty simple. Music, make up, and fashion are what I'm really into. Sort of a typical girls list of hobbies...but I ain't no girls girl. I'm into making memories with photographs and I tend to be pretty nostalgic."
I am sorry for my bad English and Malay because I am absolutely not good in writing (in any language). Hope you understand my posts even if you screwed by them!
Dreamy Idealists are very cautious and therefore often appear shy and reserved to others. They share their rich emotional life and their passionate convictions with very few people. But one would be very much mistaken to judge them to be cool and reserved. They have a pronounced inner system of values and clear, honourable principles for which they are willing to sacrifice a great deal. Joan of Arc or Sir Galahad would have been good examples of this personality type. Dreamy Idealists are always at great pains to improve the world. They can be very considerate towards others and do a lot to support them and stand up for them. They are interested in their fellow beings, attentive and generous towards them. Once their enthusiasm for an issue or person is aroused, they can become tireless fighters.
For Dreamy Idealists, practical things are not really so important. They only busy themselves with mundane everyday demands when absolutely necessary. They tend to live according to the motto “the genius controls the chaos” - which is normally the case so that they often have a very successful academic career. They are less interested in details; they prefer to look at something as a whole. This means that they still have a good overview even when things start to become hectic. However, as a result, it can occasionally happen that Dreamy Idealists overlook something important. As they are very peace-loving, they tend not to openly show their dissatisfaction or annoyance but to bottle it up. Assertiveness is not one of their strong points; they hate conflicts and competition. Dreamy Idealists prefer to motivate others with their amicable and enthusiastic nature. Whoever has them as superior will never have to complain about not being given enough praise.
As a Dreamy Idealist I am one of the introverted personality types. Therefore I prefer a quiet work environment where I can intensively deal with my responsibilities and are not disturbed by too many people and repeated distractions. I need a lot of time to dwell on my thoughts, to put them into words, and let my ideas take shape.
I am grateful for a certain measure of order and structure because they secure the time to achieve this so I can deal with one task after the other and not have to juggle a number of responsibilities at once - I don’t like that because it is important to me to deal with things thoroughly. My capability to concentrate is unusually great and very often I become engrossed in something and forget everything around me - even to eat and drink.
Nevertheless, because I am very adaptable, congenial and interested in harmony and cooperation, I enjoy working together with others. A neighborhood that requires the ability to assert myself and where direct confrontations are the order of the day is not my optimal environment. In order to permit me to fully develop my ability I need an environment that is as stress free as possible. If I can’t get that I soon suffer, because I take critique and negative feedback very personally.
I enjoy the opportunity for exchanges with other people I value and whose capabilities I respect but in this case remember the motto: Better less than more; better a few “hand picked” colleagues who truly move on my wavelength. It is best when I share the same high ideals and important objectives and together can fight for the same good cause because then I am truly in my element. If that is not the case, I do better by largely working by myself because I belong to the personality types who can do that very well and don’t necessarily have to depend on others in order to come up with good results.
These special aptitudes predestine me for all working environments where the issue is conceptualizing, problem solving and developing new ideas. I am very creative and well able to go beyond the paradigm and choose original and unusual ways that no one before me even dreamt about. Even in complex situations, and facing difficult tasks, I confidently keep track because I am good at intuitively understanding the entire picture and extrapolating improved opportunities and development potential. My sense for detail and the practical is less developed which occasionally leads to somehow chaotic operating methods and pretty lax contact with what I see as “bean counting.”