By SANDY CLARKE
In a lot of cases, the state of our bodies and minds in relation to how productive we are and how well we progress comes down not to how much time we have, but how we manage our energy with the time we have.
By QHAIRYL IYZUAN and JOSEPH TAN
What is a father’s actual role? Is it for him to just be a spectator in the child’s life, shelling out cash when needed, and leaving the real parenting to the mother? The authors share their stories of how parenthood has impacted their life and career.
By PAUL C. BRUNSON
. . . for the majority of my adult life, I suffered from one of the most debilitating diseases known to man —a disbelief in myself. I carried with me, for years, a poison of self-doubt.
By JOSEPH TAN
As a self-aware being, I have the privilege of being a part of the creation process – in fact, all things are created twice – first in the mind, then it is expressed through my outward actions.
By JASON LEE
One key thing I have learned that separates good from great leaders is in the way they make decisions. As a keen learner in leadership, I would like to share seven leadership lessons in decision-making.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
A school teacher got emotional when she spotted a scribbled paper. Her husband, who had just walked in, saw her crying and asked why. She showed him the essay and he read it. He thought it was written by one of her students but turns out.