• July 26, 2017

    SKPR Asia

    Uh, social media marketing seems interesting. It will be more interesting after you watch this video!

  • July 21, 2017

    SKPR Asia

    Watch this video to know what’s branding!

  • July 18, 2017

    SKPR Asia

    This is how to do the most perfect presentation. Try this, and share with us the result!

  • July 11, 2017

    communication

    As a social beings, we will always do communication, either the verbal one or the non verbal. So, this video show us what’s communication literally is. Check this out!

  • June 24, 2017

    What Skills Are Needed as PR Pros

    This is what skills are needed as a PR Pros. What do you think, guys? Watch till the end and give us your feed back on the comment section below! ?

     

    source: youtube.com/howto

  • June 22, 2017

    Motivational Video

  • March 21, 2017

    The Invisible Sexism in Our Daily Lives in Indonesia

    “Sexism is the belief that the members of one sex, usually women, are less intelligent or less capable than those of the other sex and need not be treated equally. It is also the behavior which is the result of this belief.” – Cobuild English Dictionary.

    “Sexism is a socially acceptable prejudice and everybody is getting in on the act.” I got this definition from book, Everyday Sexism. From all definitions that I read, this definition is the fit ones for sexism that we had been experienced everyday in our lives with or without we knowing about the sexism itself.

     

    In the past, the sexism that I know is just too shallow and too common. I thought that it is just about boy should play with cars and girls should play with dolls. But the real sexism is too complex and when we look around us, it’s always there and we don’t even know that it’s happening in our daily lives. That thought is scare me. How we always think, “I know about sexism”, but the reality is, we don’t know anything about it and the sexism acts is always happening in our daily lives.

     

    Sexism can happen in everywhere and sexism is an invisible problem. It’s not easy to take something invisible and make people start to talk about it. Even the victim rarely say anything either. In fact, sexism not only happened to women, but there are some sexist that applied to men also. But in a patriarchal society, sexism is discrimination against women specifically. That’s why women always become the silence and minority groups in that kind of society.

     

    And Indonesia is one of the country that for many years have been living in a patriarchal structure of society.

     

    Daily acts of sexism that happen from time to time and how our parents build our mindset with patriarchy mindset make the chance to share, speak up and talk back is getting smaller for the victims, especially women. Because when we grow up, our mind set is wrong.  The most common thing about sexism is women should be able to cook and raise their children. That is the same like women should be at home, raise their children, do some chores, cooking, and any other household matters. This sexism make the children will grow up with the same sexism like this and this is a never ending process that will be growing another sexism acts. This sexism that happen inside of the house becomes the core of problem and it will be passed to generation to generation.

     

    Another sexism that happen is about rape-case. “You should dress more properly so that men will not get the wrong ideas about you.” These are the wrong ideas that we get from rape case. People tend to focus for sexual crime happen because of the victim, not the assault. Like the way she dressed or what time she came home. Victim-blaming is always happening in rape cases and that makes another rape victims remain silent about this. Let’s look back from Indian Bus Rape cases, the assault said that the women is a wh*re because she go out with men at night and she dressed like a wh*re. This kind of mindset we know from we child make us what are we today. That’s why when we go out, we tried to dress with so many layers, so that something bad will not happen to us.

     

    Another thing is when women get teased in deserted street at late at night.  In Indonesia this problem is so common. There are so many “abang-abang” who do this at night. Women in Indonesia, had experienced this at least once in their lives. The problem is, why the women do not say anything. We just remain silent about this. This is because we scared if we talk back, we can provoke them. And again, we remain silent about this.  These are just some part of sexism that we often encounter in our daily lives and there are so many other sexism that we are not aware yet. The problem is not just about make all women aware about sexism but how we can educate women and men about this. So that this will not happen again in the future and make future generation can have the same status, power, rights, privileges, and opportunities between men and women.

     

    (LAU)

  • February 23, 2016

    Perkembangan Industri FinTech di Indonesia

    Sebelumnya, kita sudah sempat membahas mengenai apa itu fintech sebenarnya. Namun, sebenarnya, bagaimana sih perkembangan industry fintech di Indonesia sendiri?

    Kesuksesan berbagai sektor bisnis baru yang berbasis technology di Indonesia seperti gojek, ataupun bidang e-commerce seperti tokopedia, bukalapak, dll, tentu saja menarik perhatian berbagai pemain bisnis lainnya untuk mengembangkan bisnisnya dengan basis technology, salah satunya di sektor keuangan.

    Fintech di Indonesia sangat berkembang pesat sejak tahun 2016 dan tidak dapat dipungkiri, kehadiran FinTech sangat membantu masyarakat luas dalam kehidupan sehari-harinya. Sebut saja, kehadiran e-banking, e-money, dan lain-lain yang tentunya membuat waktu menjadi lebih efektif dan efisien.

    Menurut Data dari Tech in Asia Indonesia, fintech merupakan sektor bisnis dengan jumlah investasi terbanyak kedua di Indonesia pada tahun 2016 yang lalu, setelah e-commerce.

    Perusahaan FinTech di Indonesia dibagi menjadi 4 kategori, yaitu ;

    1. Market Provisioning seperti CekAja dan Cermati

    2. Deposit, Lending, and Capital Rising seperti UangTeman dan Investree;

    3. Investment and Risk Management seperti Bareksa dan Stockbit

    4. Payment, Clearing, and Settlement seperti Midtrans dan Doku. Kategori ini merupakan kategori yang paling ramai karena diisi oleh sekitar delapan puluh perusahaan.

    Menurut data dari AFI (Asosiasi Fintech Indonesia), di Indonesia setidaknya ada 120 perusahaan Fintech di Indonesia. Dimana 36 perusahaan diantaranya adalah perusahaan yang aktif dalam layanan keuangan berbasis teknologi ini. Selain AFI (Asosiasi Fintech Indonesia) juga ada sekitar 80 komunitas Fintech yang ada di Indonesia.

    Kalau diibaratkan seorang bayi, perusahaan Fintech ini sebenarnya sedang dalam masa yang lucu lucunya. Ini dikarenakan usia Fintech yang ada di Indonesia rata rata masih sangat muda, yakni baru berusia sekitar 2 tahun. Data ini didapatkan dari AFI (Asosiasi Fintech Indonesia) dimana sekitar 78 persen perusahaan Fintech yang ada di Indonesia baru mulai berdiri pada tahun 2015 – 2016, masih cukup muda untuk ukuran sebuah perusahaan keuangan yang berbasis teknologi.

    Sedangkan 22 persen sisanya terbagi dalam 3 bagian lagi, dimana 9 persen perusahaan Fintech mulai berdiri pada tahun 2013 – 2014, 6 persen perusahaan Fintech mulai berdiri pada tahun 2011 – 2012. Sisanya sebesar 7 persen perusahaan Fintech mulai berdiri antara tahun 2011 hingga 2012, atau berusia sekira 4 hingga 5 tahun.

    Berkembangnya FinTech di Indonesia tidak hanya membantu masyarakat penggunanya tetapi juga membantu perkembangan ekonomi di Indonesia. Hal ini disebabkan karena dengan keberadaan FinTech, perekonomian Indonesia mengikuti dan menjadi lebih sesuai dengan kemajuan teknologi terkini. Mendukung perkembangan ini pun, BI telah membuka kantor FinTech Indonesia pada akhir 2016 kemarin. Tidak hanya itu, BI juga telah merancang regulasi-regulasi FinTech di Indonesia untuk mendukung perkembangan FinTech di Indonesia.

     

    Sumber:

    https://id.techinasia.com/perkembangan-startup-fintech-di-indonesia-2016

    https://id.techinasia.com/infografis-87-startup-indonesia-yang-meraih-pendanaan-di-tahun-2016

    Cerahnya Masa Depan Fintech di Indonesia

     

  • August 25, 2015

    Deal With Your Anger

    anger-management

    Anger usually considered a negative emotion that we should do our best to eliminate. It seemed an appropriate response to injustice, one that does little harm to oneself psychologically and very well may even be beneficial in that it motivates action to rights wrongs.  You can deal with anger in yourself. Not by ignoring or suppressing it.  Once anger rises past a certain point, it seems to require satisfactory expression to be diffused.

    That is, it must be expelled in a way that feels good in a way that is literally emptying. How one does this depends on why the anger one feels is rising in the first place. First anger aimed at harming oneself. Depression is almost certainly the cause and should be identified and treated. Anger also aimed at achieving control. Ask yourself why you feel out of control. Fear is a common reason. Actually lacking control is another.

    Anger is, fortunately or unfortunately, often a good strategy to regain control in the short-term, and easier to feel than many of the emotions that trigger it. Anger may arise for more than one of these reasons at one time. Then when you can deal with anger in yourself, you can diffuse anger in others. First of all you need to remain in control of yourself. When you find yourself on the receiving end of someone’s anger, they’re either trying to control you in some way or make you feel small so they can feel big.

    You must tell yourself that anger is their strategy and has nothing to do with you at all, unless of course you really have committed an injustice against them, in which case you should make amends. Help them discharge their anger in a way that feels satisfying without causing harm. Responding to anger with anger rarely accomplishes anything positive, validate their anger.

    Resisting a person’s anger, getting angry back at them, denying that their anger is justified all do nothing more than inflame it. Even if their anger isn’t justified in your mind, what would convincing them of that accomplish? It likely wouldn’t give them control over it. Feelings require no justification to be felt. Once you can manage the anger in yourself and others, you can deal with it anytime.