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Parenting: A Neophyte Leadership Story

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 As a new parent I was often told, “Parenthood doesn’t come with a manual!” Truly, all of us who gave life to a newborn, have gone through a newbie stage.  There is really no fixed and fast rule that even our own parents can handover to us in a platter. Up until now I […]

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Be a Lifelong Learner

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 My life took a lot of wrong turns and I was lost for about three years. I went out of employment and have been doing various part-time jobs to survive.I loved my job in the travel industry for almost twenty years. I loved going to places and making people enjoy the world. […]

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Can We Really Work From Home?

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Do you miss clocking out at exactly 5:01 PM?How about working overtime to solve a problem or finish a project? Do you miss the morning rush and the slow-moving traffic in the evening? How about waking up so early and going home very late five or six times a week? Do you still look forward […]

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I Might Be Wrong

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Remember the time during a long heated argument with your Dad, he suddenly said, “I might be wrong.” How did you feel? How about the time when you were presenting your position paper to your most hard-to-please professor, and he replied “I got your point, I might be wrong.” With more and more people […]

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Too Proud Men

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 One time, I saw two of my staff in the middle of the hallway kicking a box towards each other while talking loudly in their native language.  I took few more steps to confirm that they were indeed fighting over something. And because the box is getting dilapidated I decided to intervene. I […]

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Recollect. Recharge. Restart.

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 I quit my job at a coffee shop after almost 10 years of serving great cups and sharing good cheers!I must admit I was not prepared! But I always believed that if things were meant for me, it will surely be easy. True enough, filing for a retirement benefit was easy, but […]

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To Listen, Be Silent.

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 When was the last time you felt happy talking to your boss? When did you last laugh with your coach? When was the last time you had a good conversation with your superior? It may not be too often, but all those moments are just way too hard to forget. Why? It’s because those are moments […]

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Phone Pal

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Not too long ago, before there was an iPhone and any mobile phone, the only phone we have was an ANALOG TELEPHONE complete with thick curly cord!  Have you seen one?  It’s an old desktop telephone that comes in black, beige or dark brown color, with a round disk in front for […]

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Kindly Talk to Me About My Performance

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 “Good or Bad, Only God Knows.” You will hear this from my father all the time when he tries to make us appreciate the turn of events in our lives. “Good or Bad, You Should Know.” This is mine when I try to make things happen and make people improve their performance all […]

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Dream Big! Aim High! Go for the Highest Peak! Beat the World’s Record!

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 “Dream big! Aim high! Go for the highest peak! Beat the world’s record!” These are my favorite statements for my two daughters until my eldest asked me why. She wanted to know why can she not dream for something real, go for something achievable, and beat nothing but herself. And so I tried my […]

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