Dear Future Employer

Dear Future Employer,

Thank you for your kind offer and trust in me.
I’ve come to an understanding on why I should make myself clear towards what I value in life – including career choices so that we all save our time to do things we love doing, with the people we care most.

With my 360 experiences across, my focus for career is in digital transformation throughout the corporation, as it will bring the universal beauty of the changing of human behavior – the employee, the boards, the consumer, stakeholders, yes it’s all of US. It also means bringing the gap closer for both knowledge in talent and business within a company.

I fully understand how we are lacking in talents with proper digital capability within not only a company but also a country. And how the business pace is faster that knowledge acceleration. As an Indonesian, currently I am responsible to ensure that I contribute to give the best education for anyone  who seeks actively for knowledge in and about Indonesia. And I have commited to share the voice of Indonesia to take part of the merging of the world in this region.
This has been a constant commitment since I was 8, and I’m sure that I shall make the voice of a country including the minorities heard.

I fully understand the potential of business outcome when people can equipped themselves with digital mindset and capability. Major efficiency that is in both time and money. Companies will serve better products and services to their consumer because they can have real-time and authentic conversation with their consumer. Companies will learn to serve better value for millions of people’s lives. The employees become the voice of both consumer and the companies. We are becoming what we say and do. We become as One (yes like what John Lennon said).

I value education and health in my daily life as well bringing to life a practice of good-deed marketing. I believe that we’re here for a reason we have not yet understood and a good deed will bring goodness to merrier people in life.

The option to be self-employed happens every day (as options to many people these days) but I believe that the great impact can also be done from within the company. Imagine what we can do if we can change the mindset and the way of the people within the organization. Imagine the impact towards the business within a country and the impact towards millions of Indonesian (consumer).
The impact for a business to take part in social mission is Sustainability that’s how philantrocapitalist works. Business and social will make sustainable better future (And I wish I can be the next Melinda Gates, but I can’t, so I will be Rini. Just Rini)

Because I’m quite stubborn and impatient, most people will find my persistence and passion as annoying. Some of the management will have the pleasure of seeing my battle and some will find me irritating. I don’t mind the judgement and dissaproval because you will always need someone within the company to shake and question things hence you will make wiser decision. I am that one rebellious digital rock star!
I will choose to fight for what I believe to be the right of every human – access to better education and health – through digital mindset.

And thankfully the universe is very kind to me and ensuring that I’ll be surrounded with great people who support me in making this possible, they are the one who feed me with knowledge on how to make things happen while I remain here.. born raised and educated as an Indonesian and I learn to share the equal ground of the world through digital.

This is the region I shall be at least till 2018.. then I will sail the world :-)
By then I hope I see Indonesia as a better and proud nation for my daughter’s future.

PS. Only contact me when you shared the same dream and think that I can make a difference.

Sincerely,
Rini

What I learn from playing Soccer Match for Danone – Sarihusada

Danone Sarihusada Final Match for Danone Indonesia Team to Paris.

Danone – Sarihusada
Female Team

The first time in my life, at 33yo that I play Soccer, and for real match in Danone World Cup 2014. We were representing the female team for mini soccer in Danone – Sarihusada to compete with other CBUs to be able to represent Danone Indonesia in Danone World Cup 2014, in Paris.

I don’t normally do any sports well especially when a ball involved. But this one, I enjoy very much being within the team. As much as the things I learned that can be applied to business and daily life.

  1. Practice makes Perfect. This is the bitter truth knowing that we have least time to practice and only 2x of field match versus kids before the real match. So yes we didn’t prepared as best as others, but I saw great progress from each of us from not knowing how to kick a ball, what the rule is, to committed players who constantly seeking for feedback and improvement. Applied in business, the more we practice, the better we are in performing ourselves in things — in presentation, elevator pitch, even in networking.
  2. Team Work matters. Knowing what your role is essential to contribute the best for the team. Knowing your role is unnecessarily knowing the best about your position but to be able to open your mind and listen to what your team says during the match. Those who covers for your back and those who becoming the weapon of the team. As well as when you become the eyes for the team and the defender of the field. Knowing the personality of each team as well matters and know where to put a personality to a position is creating a big impact on the team dynamic itself.
  3. Endurance, Energy, & Emotion. This means to eat healthily, have a good rest, and a good amount of social & emotional connection to balance with. A good endurance happens to be a combination of all physical, emotional, and social connection within the team, coach, and management. From an individual to infect the group and the group to infect each of us. The connection between human energy is what makes a great team solid. The challenge would be how to take a long this good energy to our daily lives..
  4. Push Button for Commitment. We all need a push button in life sometimes. Especially girls, where we underestimate ourselves. I didn’t do this voluntarily knowing how my relationship with any ball-match eventually hurting me, so yes I was being pushed to accept the challenge by my colleague. And I said, anyway this will be good exercise for me to climb up Rinjani in August. So did most of the rest of us. But when we’re in it, I can tell we are committed to come early morning and spend more to practice in between our deadlines. We all need a push button sometimes just to tell ourselves that we can be committed to something if we’re really (learn to grow) into it.
  5. Eyes on Opportunities. Happens that when we’re busy with the ball we’re unaware of the opportunity created within the game itself. I have to say we lost quite a number of opportunities to score goal, because we’re not well trained yet for it. But these are seen by the coach at the side of the field. The thing is that, perhaps sometimes the player need to take off eyes from the ball and also sweep potentials. Just like in business — the biggest potentials are not those with the massive crowds, yet often in those who are neglected… think and see.
Danone Sarihusada Won 3rd place on Female, 2nd place on both Male & Mixed on on Country Competition for Danone World Cup 2014 in Paris

Danone Sarihusada Won 3rd place on Female, 2nd place on both Male & Mixed on on Country Competition for Danone World Cup 2014 in Paris

I’m sure there are a lot of things to learn from any match and sports worth to share, as i believe a good mind shared is contagious to spread more good things in life.

Hope you see what I see :-)

 

Rini