The dramas played by the policy-maker of our country has now becoming absurdly ridiculous.
Of late, Malaysians are in need of someone or something that is truthful, trustworthy or genuine.
We should be telling and sharing the truth especially the reality of our Malaysian life.
The people of Malaysia should be told that ‘it’s time for someone to take over the lead, rather than playing the waiting and guessing game’.
Students should admit if they did not really exhibits their own writings or cheated on a test; while educators should admit their flaws id they don’t really teach what is supposed to teach.
The tongue twisting drama, the U-turn statements, has somehow has led to a cynical, skeptical, dispirited work force, as honesty has diminished.
We need to develop positive actions which come from good and wise leaders.
As Gary Feldman said, "An enterprise is the reflection of the leader. A fish doesn't stink from the tail, and a business enterprise would not just be successful or fail from the bottom."
To be a great country, leaders and the people ought to inspire trust.
No one likes to be fooled, making, spreading and telling lies seems normal issues in our workplace and the medias.
Truth is fundamental, and we must be brutally trustworthy with own self.
Many of our leaders (especially politicians) failed to admit and overcome their mistakes.
Many don’t own up and deal with it. Denying the facts thrown and using others to get away with the hassle may suit most for.
Many seem good being ‘actors’ or ‘pretenders of the universe’.
Statements made in the news or media do not represent the reality because you're afraid to exhibit that you too make mistakes.
Many pretend to look strong (but the face shows) and that you lie. What you forget about is that no one will follow you until they know who you in reality are.
Every now and then, new and excessive rules, policies and approaches had been made which breed mistrust in an organization.
Showing the need to be in control shows you no longer trust anyone.
Excessive rules educate others to play the sport of how little work they can do and get away with it. You do not believe them, so why must they work hard?
Now, go see yourself in the mirror and ask yourself of how many goods had you done this week or how many times have you lied.
No such things as white lies count. So does the spin control, being tactful, being realistic, and telling them only what they need to know.
Good leaders who inspire the souls of others do not treat fact telling lightly.
They recognize believe is less difficult to lose than to rebuild.
They build incredible relationships based on honesty, which in turn builds inspired organization.
Azizi Ahmad Malaysia Kini Letters 03 March 2020