By LISANNE YEOH
Two years back, I would never have imagined myself doing what I am doing today. I am very grateful for being empowered to take on this new role within the core business of the organisation.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
There are few greater privileges in life than being a leader. With great power comes great responsibility, and great responsibility calls for regular reflection upon who we are as leaders and how we are growing.
By ERNEST ANTOINE
Reflection involves stepping out of the hustle and bustle of life so we can look back on it from a more restful place. We all engage in reflection from time to time, even though we may not recognise it or name it as such.
By SANDY CLARKE
Whereas superficial reflection might say, “I messed up there – I’ll try to do better next time, can’t win them all,” authentic reflection digs deeper and asks questions of ourselves that we might not wish to ask.
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 LOUISA DEVADASON
Ever wake up and wonder, “How is this my life?” “How did I get here?” “Is this where I want to be?” Cue: existential crisis! We all feel a little bit lost at certain points in our lives but the main thing is to never wallow; do something.
By EVELYN TEH
I still remember that at the end of my first job as a team lead, despite the structure provided, there was a profound sense of emptiness. What follows is my take on how I navigated the emptiness and filled the void meaningfully.
By MANFRED KETS DE VRIES
Working harder is not necessarily working smarter. In fact slacking off and setting aside regular periods of “doing nothing” may be the best thing we can do to induce states of mind that nurture our imagination...