It’s almost the end of a 3 day weekend here in sunny Singapore. Many of us (myself included), dread going back to work after a long break. Going back to the daily grind can be a challenge and a struggle – but it is a necessary one.
Inspiration is easy, sticking with it, that’s tough.
Continue reading 3 Quotes to Keep on Going (and Going)
I am as forgetful as people come.
I usually forget what I ate for lunch 20 minutes after eating. The intricacies and minute details of life are overwhelming and get lost on me like raindrops of the windshield of a car. They splatter thunderously but make no way into the comfort of my being.
Truth is, there are just so many things that happen throughout the course of the day. To me, it’s just a little too much for me. So when I discuss this, very often people are fascinated by the extent that I forget things.
I’ll let you in on a little secret. Continue reading Why I Choose to Forget What I Eat
Haven’t you heard? – pressure builds diamonds.
If you’ve recently watched the movie Deadpool, read on.
If not, you can still read this thought piece. It has a very minor spoilers (you can also avoid the first paragraph). Continue reading Stress Management – The Beauty in Pressure
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
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
Hungry for success?
We take that phrase to the next level by writing a guide to success with a cooking analogy.
There’s a general structure that you can adopt in your life to encourage successful behaviours and habits. This structure champions focus, discipline and follow through. Continue reading Succeed in Anything With These 5 Cooking Steps
With so many books in the market today, it can be hard to narrow down the ones to read. The books we’ve recommended provide lasting insights into habits that will change your life. These books steer clear from quick fixes, and will spark you into smart, sustainable action.
Most of these books were written many years ago, long before technology reduced our attention spans drastically. That’s also why we only chose four – focus is important. Continue reading 4 Books to Read for Success