By LYDIA GOMEZ An enduring idea gives us a reason to look on the bright side. As the story of Rashomon teaches us, amid all the self-serving ideals we may face, there is still a place for goodness and positivity in people.
By AMANDA CHUA
Murder on the Orient Express. It was not all about solving a murder case after all, but some leadership lessons one could learn from too. Here are 5 leadership lessons for those of you Hercule Poirots out there.
By SANDY CLARKE
The Dark Knight, a.k.a Batman took time out of his busy schedule to chat with host Roshan Thiran on The Leaderonomics Show about what it takes to succeed and be the best despite tragic circumstances he faced during his childhood.
Batman is recognised globally as our all-time favourite superheros. Guess what? Batman flew by our Leaderonomics office as Roshan Thiran caught up with Batman to learn about his personal leadership journey. Don't say you prefer Spider-Man.
By LOUISA DEVADASON
In most realms, women seem to implicitly view other women as competition. And, taking an honest look at my own life experiences, the uncomfortable truth is that the majority of individuals who picked on me, put me down or were just plain nasty – were other women.
By TAMARA JAYNE
Go to the toilet before you sit down to watch Kingsman: The Golden Circle because you’re not going to want to leave your seat after. Here are a few things I learnt while watching the movie—spoiler-free!
By TAMARA JAYNE
'13 Reasons Why' depicts the experiences of a 17-year-old high school girl who leaves a series of cassette tapes explaining the reasons that led to her taking her own life. Read this and make your own conclusion of the show.