22 years after the release of the hugely successful, iconic, Jurassic Park comes the fourth movie of the franchise, the Jurassic World (after The Lost World and Jurassic Park 3).
We found that it was an enjoyable movie that takes you on a roller-coaster ride. It won’t blow your mind, but it’ll keep you entertained for 130 minutes.While the movie has it’s moments, it never really comes close to it’s genre defining older sibling and there are many mixed reviews online.
That said, we’ll leave the detailed reviews to the experts and critics. In our eyes, the movie is pack with lessons that corporations and business executives (even students) can learn from. Continue reading 2 Key Business Insights From Jurassic World (Some Spoilers)
Try looking at your reflection. Do you recognise what you see? You might find that you don’t truly know the person looking back.
“You may delay, but time will not, and lost time is never found again.” – Benjamin Franklin
The most amazing of ideas get sometimes lost in the darkness of inaction; they live and die in our heads – this is death by procrastination.
At one point or another, we’ve all been guilty of over-thinking and waiting for that “perfect” moment to come and sweep us off our feet in a burst of inspiration and action. But deep down, we all know that such moments don’t exist and after awhile, great ideas simply die and we let them. Continue reading The Death of Ideas and the 8 Ways to Overcome Procrastination
“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.” – John Muir Most undergraduates look forward to their summer break to jump-start their career with an internship, catch up on sleep or even take a vacation. While these are all great things, Ashik Ashokan and Ashok Kumar are getting ready to tackle the highest volcano in Asia. The pair make up a charity collective known as Heart2Climb and are preparing themselves to scale Mountain Damavand in Iran this July to raise funds for theChildren’s Cancer Foundation, which provides aid to over 2,000 children and their families in Singapore. Continue reading Climbing for Hope: Singaporean Pair Attempt to Scale Iranian Volcano for Children with Cancer
To the tune of Que Sera, Sera
Steve Gerrard, Gerrard
He’s better than Frank Lampard
He’s Scouse and he’s mighty Hard
Steve Gerrard, Gerrard
In this day and age of football where the thickness of the players’ wallets weigh heavier than the badges on their chest, Steven Gerrard is a rare breed of players that epitomises the essence of loyalty to their clubs. Continue reading The Steven Gerrard Dilemma
She has fed you, bathed you, slept by your side, taught you how to walk and how to talk. You literally would not be here reading this if it was not for her. She brought you into this world. Yes, we are talking about the one woman who performs the daily miracles that more often than not, we all take for granted. Our one and only mother.
For all the times she has been our pillar of strength when we’re at our weakest and our ray of guiding light in the darkness of troubled times, today is the day that we specially set aside to celebrate what our mothers are truly worth. Inspire-SG would like to wish all mothers, and our readers’ mothers a Happy Mother’s Day.
In light of this wonderful day, Inspire-SG spoke to some of our readers to share with us: How has your mother inspired you to be a better person? Continue reading A Mother’s Love Makes A House A Home
Being a victim of circumstance is a habit. Especially in a corporate setting, getting knocked down many times can lead to jadedness. The inevitable outcome is to maintain status quo – it’s just easier that way. Do this enough, the same becomes true for personal goals as well. Continue reading 6 Simple Steps to Problem Solving You Can Start Today