By ROSHAN THIRAN Beethoven's approach to life allowed him to accept his ailments and adjust to life accordingly, and his love for music drove him to achieve the impossible – being able to compose music while deaf.
By BHARAT AVALANI
I personally have attended many charity events but this particular Puncak Harapan event will forever be etched in my heart. I learnt the climb to nobility and greatness through a specially-abled boy's sheer grit.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
Chicago-based saxophonist Derek Brown said, “Don’t ever be a copycat. You need to come out with something that is uniquely you. But keep in mind that the more different you are from the crowd, the more people will push back."
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.
In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Leaderonomics CEO Roshan Thiran explains to us how perseverance is essential to leadership success and relates it with the story of Jeremy Lin.