Malaysian Skyline Club?

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There is something that I've been meaning to cover. I've actually had some of the guys 'nominate' me as President/Chairman of the MSC Steering Committee and so far I've declined. I'm not sure whether their nominations were in jest or if they were serious. Regardless, I feel the need to explain why I've preferred to not be an office bearer. I think the key reason is that most of what I have to contribute (mainly paperwork) has already been done and just needs fine-tuning which can be done by just about anyone.

Secondly, I'm probably one of the younger members on these forums although my involvement with Skylines has spanned quite a number of years. I feel that with maturity (I won't offend anyone by calling them old!) comes the experience needed to properly lead a Club like what we are trying to achieve.

Thirdly, most of what I can do for the Club in the future can be done without the need for a post/position in the Committee and I've told Temujin (Nazli) that he can rely on me as can future President/Chairman of the MSCs.

Lastly, as an organization registered with the ROS, the MSC would be required to elect office-bearers every so often (we can set the periods between the elections for office in our Constitution) and that is where the real politics will emerge and often destroy Clubs like ours. A position in a car club is nothing compared to losing friends IMHO.

Let me leave you guys with this: Being a leader requires giving. That means giving up your time, giving your full effort, giving your heart and soul towards achieving something often not for personal gain but for the greater good. However, what people do not realize is that leadership also involves giving way to those more qualified or more capable than we actually are and that requires a fair amount of self-reflection. With that, I feel I've addressed the issue satisfactorily and thanks for the messages of support but I can contribute just as effectively from where I am. In fact, I've contributed the most so far in terms of Club formation paperwork etc and didn't need any posts for that. No reason this cannot continue.

Peace out! And Temujin, said it once and said it again you have my full support brother as I'm sure many other bros here will agree too! :driver:
 
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My nomination was done in all seriousness.

However as it stands, happy with how things are progressing with Nazli at the helm.

Can't wait to enjoy the benefits of being a member - dah lama jealous of those Caldina clubs, V-sixers, Waja clubs, Myvi clubs, etc etc LOL...
 

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My nomination was done in all seriousness.

However as it stands, happy with how things are progressing with Nazli at the helm.

Can't wait to enjoy the benefits of being a member - dah lama jealous of those Caldina clubs, V-sixers, Waja clubs, Myvi clubs, etc etc LOL...
I have given my support to Nazli as mentioned earlier and I'll support his commitment in leading the Club unless told otherwise.