If you have been reading my blog, you would have known that I’m an advocate of living life to the fullest – exploring new adventure, stepping into the unknown and challenging the status quo. Continue reading
I fell short of the outcome that I set for myself. Does it happen to you as well? Falling short of your intended outcome? When you fall short, what do you do? Are you disappointed? Do you beat yourself up? Continue reading
This is the continuation of the depression post. Suicidal thoughts surfacing, I reviewed my insurance policy to ensure everything is in place for my parents.
The emotional pain was too much to bear, and had to be translated to physical pain. Yes I was hurting myself physically. I rolled on the floor, wailed, with the tears bursted out uncontrollable. I couldn’t stop that emotional pain, I need help. Continue reading
Has been a long while since my last post because I was tied down with work. Not only that, my life has taken a huge turn. I screwed up big time.
I was contemplating if I should write this post because as a Life Coach/Trainer, my life is supposed to be nice and balanced. My life is supposed to have minimal mistakes, and minimal drama. I am supposed to be an inspiration to others, yet I screwed up big time because of my decisions. Continue reading
Someone did an unforgivable act to you. In your mind, mot likely you are going, “I’ll never forgive you.” And yes, no matter what people says, you can’t bring yourself to forgive this someone. You can’t forget the hurt that this someone has caused you.
In 2012, I was hurt by a friend. A 10-year old friendship was traded for a couple of thousand dollars. Totally not worth it, but it happened. For 2 years, we did not speak to each other. When we met in a lift, we acted like strangers. “I will never forgive him,” so I said,
Woke up today to the news of the demise of Singapore’s founding father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. His passing on was all over the Facebook wall. TV was showing clips of his past achievements for this little country.
I’ve met many motivated individuals since I stepped into the training industry in 2003. Many will invest thousands of dollars to work on themselves, their mindset, a particular skill or achieve mastery.
On the other hand, Continue reading