By LOUISA DEVADASON
What do you do when life throws you a curveball and all your best-laid plans are laid to waste? Here is one student's story about overcoming physical and mental odds to pursue the course she wanted.
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 SANDY CLARKE
Charismatic leaders will often create high expectations of their leadership, as they inspire, motivate and enthuse followers to share in their values and vision. Such leaders are held in high esteem as followers gain a sense of empowerment and potential when buying into their leader’s ideals.
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
Volunteering doesn’t just help in community building efforts but also in bringing out admirable leadership traits. In the professional world, volunteering leaders learn at a much quicker pace and are naturals at initiating change.
By PRETHIBA ESVARY
Do you ever wonder where entrepreneurs or start-up founders get all their energy and motivation from? Passion and purpose are two of them, both of which are key elements that fuel entrepreneurs to achieve their goals.
By SHERRIE CAMPBELL
The key to successful relationships lies in our ability to take the perspective of another, i.e. being able to look at things from someone’s point of view other than our own. Here are 7 things you can do.
By EUGENE TEE and SANDY CLARKE
There is a misconception long held by some that we are less important and less deserving than others when it comes to understanding and forgiveness. But in truth, we are as deserving of our own forgiveness as others are.