Indonesia’s original animation, featuring Balpil™ the robot and the Bhinnekaz™ ksatrias!
Balpil™ an AI Robot from Year 2088, is sent back to empower 4 children who make up the Bhinnekaz™ troopers in present day. The Bhinnekaz™ is comprised of four kids who have different strengths according to the PHISOS concept = Agus who is tough physically, Binsar who is strong intellectually, Ling Ling who is very adept socially, and Made who is a calm and spiritual person. The four children, with the help of Balpil™ the robot, will discover the superhero within each of them. Their mission is to identify the great source of imbalance that will precipitate World War 3!
Testimonials for Balpil™ Concept
Thousands of feedbacks from various readers and users of Balpil™ Test and/or concept
- Andy Hidayat -
PT Integrasi Solutions
"WIth one individual interpreted as one pillar with 4 sides that must be of equal heights, the PSP concept gives a practical guideline on how I can reach, renew, and sustain my Life Goals. Because of the visual nature of the concept, the concept can also be easily introduced to children. If you want to move forward with balance in your life, read this."
- Dewi A. Hermanus -
Author & Managing Director
Sun Hope Indonesia
"Time is our most valuable commodity. Learning about the concept in this book makes us recognize ourselves on a deeper level, enabling us to live a quality life in more harmony."
- Didi I Syamsuddin -
Republic of Indonesia
"This book is presented in a practical manner and easily digestible, useful to improve onself and any organization, amidst all the current and future challenges."
- Erik Setiawan -
CEO, PT Topjaya
(Toshiba Electronics Indonesia)
"This book reminds us that goal is achieved through good planning and action. PSP technique is mind opening and practical to help get us to our goals in an understandable step-by-step guidance."
- Grace Tahir -
"I found this book to be easy to read and practical to implement, for individual and/or organization."
- Herman Susanto -
Action COACH! Indonesia
"I have read many books about Success. I have never seen such a book which guides you step by step to achieve Success in Spiritual, Social, Intellectual and Physical. Congratulations for picking up this book..! You are a Successful Person."
- Junino Jahja -
CEO, The Indonesian Mint
(Printer of Bank Notes)
Republic of Indonesia
"There's been many books written about personal improvement, this book has broken new grounds, because it comes with an immediately implementable concept."
- Patricia Susanto -
Jakarta Consulting Group
"Balancing act is the hardest skills. This book guides the readers to create a realistic roadmap, and provide a step-by-step action plan. Making balancing act as easy as 123."
- Randy Angkosubroto -
PT Duta Anggada Tbk
"I find this book to be practical, easy to understand and implement on all levels. It's a great insight to self-awareness and improvement. I hope this book can assist and help readers achieve their goals."
- Tjahjono Soerjodibroto -
"This book inspires us to plan goals for our life as an individual, based on our values and taken from various angles. It opens our eyes on the things that we need to prepare, to prevent a handicapped life."
- Yungky Setiawan -
"Without Vision and Effort, there will be no Success. This book teaches simple steps..yet they could bear real fruits in life."
Testimonial and Book Review
Rama Yoga, 17 yrs old (in 2011), Gianyar - Bali.
GOAL: To reduce the number of the 31 million poor people in Indonesia, by at least 5 people - "Rama P. Yoga"
In conjunction with the FREE release of the Personal Pillar e-book, there was a quiz with the question "How can I become a strong Personal Pillar to help support our nation Indonesia?"
This is the winning answer, by Rama P. Yoga, 17 yrs old, from Gianyar, BALI:
"In this life we need to have a goal for it to be meaningful. And with that goal, we will appreciate life even more.
My Goal is rather simple = to be successful in many things.
One of my goals is to finish my college degree on time, and with good grades, after which I will get a job with adequate pay, commensurate with my skill and abilities. Once I've done this, I must make sure I don't forget where I came from, and will keep my feet firmly on the ground. I will avoid forgetting my religious connection to God, becoming aloof, forgoing my parents, wasteful spending, etc. One I achieve success, I hope to make the people around me happy, notably my parents.
I will achieve a solid Personal Pillar by doing the following:
I will keep praying regularly, asking for God's help to make my Goal come true. I will practice His teachings while realizing my Goals. I will also routinely do Yoga to help my mind focused towards my Goal, making it easier to accomplish it.
Keep studying diligently, so my coursework can be completed on time with good grades. I do not desire to graduate earlier than the normal four years, nor do I want to be a "permanent student." Nope I don't want either of these. Why? I believe people who graduate early may in fact not be mentally ready to go into the working-world, and will ultimately prevent them from getting maximal results. That is why I will work on making my Personal Pillar solid, by making sure I am mentally ready, taking the right amount of time to learn the necessary right skills in college.
I will grow myself in this respect by socializing in college with friends, being active in organizations within campus, being involved in boy-scout organization, and involving myself in socially-oriented community (for example: Kisara, a community of teens which provide consultation for those having problems), and last but not least, getting involved with members of the surrounding community where I live. These activities are important to allow me to understand others, and solidifying my Personal Pillar socially.
I will ensure the consumption of the right food, with enough vitamin and minerals. I do exercises every morning, practicing Tae Kwan Do, and being active in the Yoga extracurricular club on campus.
In addition, I will ensure the stability of my mental-state and emotions, focusing on my goal while keeping a solid relationship with God. Other steps include working as hard as possible, while maintaining 'honesty is best policy' attitude, appreciating others around me, and avoiding negative thoughts which could hamper my focus and forward-steps.
All the above, if achieved according to my plan, will help our nation Indonesia indirectly. At the very least, I will be able to reduce the number of 31 million poor Indonesians by a factor of 5 people.
Hopefully my success will eventually create working opportunities for poor people in the suburbs. Eventually all the job creations and opportunities will support our nations, by lessening the government's burden, easing the nation's debt, and help advancing Indonesia.
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