AN OPEN LETTER TO THE AVERAGE 20-SOMETHING LIVING IN KUALA LUMPUR You are not the suit and tie. You are not the First Class Honours from a third tier British university. You are not your polished language and archaic jargons…. Read More ›
“When we activate optimal motivation for ourselves, we provide more than a role model – we create a ripple effect that encourages our people’s optimal motivation.” The carrot-and-stick approach to motivation might work in the short term, but most likely… Read More ›
Resilience is “bouncing back” or adapting from difficult experiences. Resilience can be learned and developed. Here among the ways to build our personal resilience Make connections. Participating in civic groups, faith-based organization, or other groups may provide social support and… Read More ›
Actually put ourselves first, ahead of other people and things. Don’t accept the idea that we lack anything other people have. Don’t feel that we need to make an impression on other people.
Never let other people opinions hinder us from going down the road we think we should travel. We should choose the life we want even if it aggravates other people. We can offer others only as much as we give… Read More ›
if we persist in blaming, we will lose our own sense of vitality.
Because a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Both our thinking and believe shapes our life.