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  • COVERPAGE Why diamond in the rough? A diamond in the rough (a raw diamond the way it comes out of the ground) looks like nothing much. It takes work by an expert to clean it and facet it. So when someone says you're a diamond in the rough, he or she means you might not look like much now, but you have the potential to turn into a brilliant and valuable jewel. I guess the statement is a little bit negative, in that it suggests you're not looking that great yet, but the positive part is far more important: The person thinks you have lots of potential and could become a star. Every diamond is unique, and there are a variety of factors which affect the price of a diamond. Focus on those factors most important to you, and choose a diamond that satisfies your individual standards for beauty and value.
  • OUTLINE Every diamond is unique, and there are a variety of factors which affect the price of a diamond. Focus on those factors most important to you, and choose a diamond that satisfies your individual standards for beauty and value.
  • VISION and MISSION When you are given a diamond, it makes you happy and adds value to your life A diamond takes time to develop My purpose in life is to become an instrument able to touch lives of those that I interact with daily. live with in a positive manner, inspiring them to become and achieve their utmost potential all for God’s will. Diamond
  • Diamonds are sold by the carat (shown as ct.), which is actually a unit of weight, though most think of a carat in terms of size. The word "carat" comes from the "carob" seed, the original unit of measure for diamond traders. Today, a carat is equal to exactly 0.2 grams (about the weight of a paper clip). Carat weight is unrelated to the similar sounding karat, which refers to gold's purity. Two diamonds of equal carat weight can have very different costs based on other factors (such as cut , color , and clarity ). In understanding the importance of carat weight, know thy partner. If the recipient's heart is set on a certain size diamond, then carat weight will probably be the most important factor in your search until the desired size is attained. At that point, other criteria will take on more importance. Most women can tell you the carat weight and shape of their ideal diamond, and most men can tell you the price. As the carat size of a diamond increases, the diamond's price increases at an increasing rate. Why? Because the larger the diamond, the more increasingly rare it is. Fewer than one in one million mined rough stones are large enough to produce a finished 1 carat diamond. So, as carat weight increases, you will typically pay more not only in total, but on a price-per-carat basis as well. The table below illustrates the typical relationship between diamonds of equal quality and increasing carat weights:
  • Praying daily D Group Doing good to others Being sincere
  • Cut grade is the most important factor in determining the overall appearance of a diamond, because a poorly cut diamond will seem dull even with excellent clarity and color . Conversely, a well cut diamond can have a slightly lower color (G-H) or clarity (SI1-SI2) and still look quite beautiful, due to its superior ability to create sparkle and brilliance. For superior brilliance , choose a diamond with a Cut grade of Very Good or Excellent for round diamonds, and Good or better in fancy shape diamonds. When choosing a diamond in this range, make sure its Symmetry and Polish are Very Good or Excellent, so that the impact of the above average Cut is not obscured. For those on a budget, primarily concerned with size, a diamond of Fair - Good cut may be an acceptable choice, especially in fancy shapes. While the diamond will lack the scintillation and brilliance of a well cut diamond, it will allow a significant increase in size for the same price. Avoid Poor cut diamonds, even if size is the primary concern. Most find these diamonds to be an unacceptable trade off, despite the lower price. Lumera does not offer Poor cut diamonds.
  • Knowing what I am now. What I have now. What I want to be What are the oppotunities Constantly improve, innovate Think win win Going back to step 1 Work Life Balance Two diamonds of equal carat weight can have very different costs based on other factors (such as cut , color , and clarity ). In understanding the importance of carat weight, know thy partner. If the recipient's heart is set on a certain size diamond, then carat weight will probably be the most important factor in your search until the desired size is attained. At that point, other criteria will take on more importance. Most women can tell you the carat weight and shape of their ideal diamond, and most men can tell you the price. As the carat size of a diamond increases, the diamond's price increases at an increasing rate. Why? Because the larger the diamond, the more increasingly rare it is. Fewer than one in one million mined rough stones are large enough to produce a finished 1 carat diamond. So, as carat weight increases, you will typically pay more not only in total, but on a price-per-carat basis as well. The table below illustrates the typical relationship between diamonds of equal quality and increasing carat weights:
  • How I have impacted the lives of others that I even in a little way, I contributed to their personal growth and I was able to affect their lives in a positive manner. Played part of how they contributed to their society. These are more than heaviest CARATs of all. Carat – Achievements is not measured by how heavy paycheck I receive every month, or by how big my house is or how much money I have in my bank statements. These are just run-offs of being able to finally find and understand the meaning of finding a diamond in the rough. (BONUSES) Clarity – Pure of heart, how good intentions were Cut – Color -
  • As a christian, forgive and forget. Do not harbor any ill feeling to those who did wrong, because these feelings will just hinder you to achieve your best. Always try to be the better man. Always see the best in others and their potential of what they could become. Sometimes, emotions are helpful in giving you that drive – but don’t let your emotions dictate your actions always. You control your emotions, not the other way around.
  • COVERPAGE Why diamond in the rough? A diamond in the rough (a raw diamond the way it comes out of the ground) looks like nothing much. It takes work by an expert to clean it and facet it. So when someone says you're a diamond in the rough, he or she means you might not look like much now, but you have the potential to turn into a brilliant and valuable jewel. I guess the statement is a little bit negative, in that it suggests you're not looking that great yet, but the positive part is far more important: The person thinks you have lots of potential and could become a star. Every diamond is unique, and there are a variety of factors which affect the price of a diamond. Focus on those factors most important to you, and choose a diamond that satisfies your individual standards for beauty and value.

Personal marketing plan nikki Presentation Transcript

  • 1. A Diamond in the Rough 20 year Marketing Plan for Nikki Ngui Nicole Alexandra C. Ngui MBA Standard Program October 2010
  • 2. Discovering A Diamond in the Rough
    • Clarity
      • Vision/ Mission
      • Tasks
      • Monitors
    • Carat Weight
    • Cut
    • Color
  • 3. I align daily…
    • VISION/ MISSION
    • A Diamond is something that has value. Like a diamond, I want to become something of value to the people I spend my time with. My Family, my friends, my officemates, my company, etc. I want to be able to affect the lives of others in a positive manner, to inspire them and to add Value to their existence, inspiring them to become and achieve their utmost potential all for God’s will and grace.
  • 4. Carat Weights…
    • Devout Catholic
    • Loving daughter
    • Understanding Sister
    • Dependable Friend
    • Proud model IBM-er
    • Inspiring Line Operations Manager
  • 5. A devout Christian … CHURCH D-GROUP OUTREACH
  • 6. A loving daughter… TAKING CARE LISTENING RESPECT PRIORITY IMPORTANCE
  • 7. Understanding Sister HELPING WITH SCHOOLWORK LATE NIGHT OUTS TRAVELLING BRINGING TO SCHOOL GIFTS PRESENTS
  • 8. Dependable Friend ALWAYS THERE LOYAL ADVISER HONEST GOOD TIMES BAD TIMES
  • 9. Proud model IBM-er
    • Various QIP Projects
    • Six Sigma Projects
    • Involvement in Activities
    • Dedication
    • Innovation
    • Trust &
    • Personal Responsibility
  • 10. Inspiring Line Operations Manager COACHING FEEDBACK One on One Healthy Working Relationships High Performers Talents and Innovators
  • 11. Cut
    • Wingman Assembly
    • PBC
    • Leadership Trainings
    • Group Dynamics
    • Travel Annually
    • Healthy Checkups
    • Savings, Insurance, Investments
  • 12. This is My Brand Today Shining Nikki Ngui IBM Business Services NGEE!!!
  • 13. On Finding the right “diamond” for your partner
    • Commitment
    • Receiver
    • Budget
    • Goal
    • Assess
    • Meeting Halfway (realist/idealist)
  • 14.
    • Think Again?
    • Connections
    • If it Fits
    • Proposal
    • Just Do It!
    On Finding the right “diamond” for your partner
  • 15. From Shiny Stud to Diamond
    • MBA Student
    • Employee
    • IBM-er
    • 26
    • Still discovering potentials and what is out there
    • Still going with the tides
    • 46 IBM-er executive capable of making decisions that affect global markets
    • Director / Delivery Project Executive
    • Lives of people depending on the decisions I make
    • Kids
    • Someone who is looked up to in the global business circle
    • Financially Stable with investments here in abroad
    • Charity foundation
    • A house
    • Vacation House
    • Healthy Lifestyle (olay – Myra – Ageless Beauty – Dove) Cory Quirino
  • 16. A Diamond is not measured by… Carat but also by its cut, color, and clarity. Every diamond is unique, and there are a variety of factors which affect the PRICE of a diamond. Focus on those factors most important to you, and choose a diamond that satisfies your individual standards for beauty and value.
  • 17. Diamond in the Rough Glossary
    • Carat – the bigger the carat, the more expensive
    • Color – how you affect the lives of others
    • Clarity – How sincere the intentions were
    • Cut – Methods undertaken which gives shape to the diamond
  • 18. Learning Objectives for this requirement: Realize that…
    • 1. Creating a vision/mission if you are really serious about it – is hard and may take up days or weeks especially if you have’nt figured out yet what you want.
    • 2. Brand – differentiates you among the others out there. It makes you unique. It gives you direction of what you want to be.
    • 3. Nothing is free. If you want something you need to do something to have it.
    • Start early as now. There’s no such thing as too early to plan for what you want to become/ achieve.
    • 5. Hardwork and dedication. Determination to be on track.
  • 19. Book that inspired me
    • Way of the Shepherd
    • The Last Lecture
    • Tuesdays with Morrie
    • Daily Proverbs
  • 20.  
  • 21. A Diamond in the Rough 20 year Marketing Plan for Nikki Ngui Nicole Alexandra C. Ngui MBA Standard Program October 2010
  • 22. This is My Brand Today Shining Nikki Ngui IBM Business Services NGEE!!!