By DAN ROCKWELL
“All the adversity I’ve had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me. You may not realise it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you,” Walt Disney.
By TAMARA JAYNE
Having fled to Malaysia to escape lives marked by destruction and fear, several refugee families have now found new hope as they support themselves through the Picha Project. The author talks to two families to find out how they making a living now.
By DARSHANA SIVANANTHAM
If you’re tired of the mundane work routine, and you’re seeking for some thrill and adventure, then this is for you. You’re ready to take that leap of faith and let that dream job take off for you—working for yourself.
By CHONG KEAT LIM, MILLIE ONG and ANDREW LAU
In this new series of articles, we take a look at leadership traits that we focus on at various stages of personal development. This week, we look at determination.
By CINDY YAP
Having personal goals during early childhood is not something many would have given much thought. Datuk Nicol David, who started her journey towards achieving her ambition at a tender age of five, is one extraordinary person who knew what she wanted right from the beginning of her illustrious career.
By HYMA PILLAY,
I am a huge fan of the How to Train Your Dragon franchise by Dreamworks. So, when the sequel came out, I automatically went to the cinema to catch Hiccup and his Night Fury on the big screen.
By HYMA PILLAY,
Ferguson wanted to build a football club from scratch. That was in order to create a fluency and a continuity of supply to the first team. With this, the players all grow up together, producing a bond that is capable of creating the spirit.
By HUI YI-WEN
Like any great story, conflict, hardship and the human (or hobbit) spirit are key movers in The Hobbit. These elements linger with us long after the swords are sheathed and the slick CGI fades. Here are some leadership lessons from The Hobbit.