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I found out that some challenges are not within our control, some challenges are not within our reach, no matter what we do.
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A supportive team will always beat a one-man show. To clarify, a supportive team doesn’t always mean a team that works with you, it can mean a team that support on your well-being and progress.
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Observe Your Instant Reaction
A good friend, acquaintance or a new associate offered you a solution, what is your instantaneous reaction? Do you resist immediately or are you open to explore? Do you look for the holes in the new solution or do you see possibilities?
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Sometimes we are at our peak of our life, but sometimes we are in the valley facing challenges attepting put us down. Despite the challenges we faced, life will always turn out well eventually. Challenges strengthen us, giving us opportunities to reflect and grow.
I met some who don’t want to face challenges, and resulting in them not growing as a person. They’ll turn away in the first sign of challenge.
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Things didn’t turn out the way that I wanted. Plans failed, money wasted and spirit lost. For many years, desirable results seem to elude me. New projects launched, and died. New partnership formed, and dissolved. I just don’t seem to get it right, I feel that I’m moving away from my destination instead of moving closer. Continue reading “When I Am About To Lose Hope” »
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Standing in front of the room speaking to a group of audience feels comfortable for me, approaching strangers is not an issue to me, and I have no qualms about scolding someone who cuts queue in public. Want to read about me scolding someone?
I wasn’t this daring before the age of 27. I was a very shy boy who would remain quiet when I mingled with people. I would be a follower waiting for things to happen than a leader initiating outings or conversations.
I wouldn’t dare to approach a stranger to strike any conversation. If really there was a need, I would speak like a mouse, and no one could hear a thing.
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