Advice / Leadership / Op-Ed / Friendships & Relationships

Losing Yourself In A World Full of Constant Communication

In the last 2 weeks, I heard three different people say to me: “You remembered that? Wow, most people don’t remember such small details about my life. I’m impressed!” My immediate reaction was to say: “Oh, why not?” It seemed almost absurd to me that someone would forget such interesting details about another person’s life. … Continue reading

Advice / Leadership / Op-Ed / Reflection

[tywlife] A Traveller’s Momentary Reflection – Travelling Consultants

Blog re-posted: This piece was written earlier this month and due to popularity, I am sharing it on my personal blog (here! as well. Just a tad bit of sharing this evening… as I am probably procrastinating on my inbox that has been backlogged due to training + client work this week. But storytelling first! … Continue reading

Advice / Leadership / Op-Ed / Personal / Reflection

[Opinion] The Daily Mentality We Choose To Have

The theme of my life this year (or I suppose, so far) has been: Happiness, gratitude, and relationships. I have been documenting my life — through (1) photos on a weekly/monthly basis, focussing on the people around me and one-to-one relationships I have with each person on weekly basis via my (2) calendar events, and … Continue reading

Advice / Leadership / Op-Ed / Career & Work / tyw Tips

Embarking on One’s Career: The Job Hunt, Applications Process, and Interview

While it’s still fresh in my mind, I thought I’d write up a quick post on my applications process and include some tips I found useful. If you’re job hunting, stay hopeful and don’t just settle. I’m sure you that deep down, you know what you want. Stay confident and do not give up! *Note: … Continue reading

Advice / Leadership / Op-Ed

Gratitude

This post has been taken from Tumblr. What is gratitude? Is it being thankful for the little things? Is it saying thank you? How often should one express their gratitude? What can one do to make the lives of others better? Does gratitude require more and more effort? Is it an exchange? If I’ve learned … Continue reading