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Onward | Book Thoughts
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Onward | Book Thoughts

Last night’s Blinkist was “Onward” by Elena Aguilar and it is about cultivating emotional resilience in educators. Kinda hit home because I’m currently teaching full time while running my online business and although I teach young adults, all teachers will face pretty similar emotional issues. Moreover, students can pick up on your attitude and emotions,...

Unapologetically Ambitious | Book thoughts
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Unapologetically Ambitious | Book thoughts

As mentioned in my previous blog post, I aim to share any interesting reads that I’ve come across and last night, my “Blink of the Day” was “Unapologetically Ambitious” by Shellye Archambeau. Summary Archambeau  is an experienced CEO and Board Director with a track record of accomplishments building brands, high performance teams, and organizations. Ms....

Not a New Year’s Resolution
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Not a New Year’s Resolution

As this year draws to an end, it would be normal to hope for the best in 2021 and for the pandemic to finally end…plus also, the usual annual resolution. However, I’ve decided NOT to write my resolutions but rather, an action plan. After all, what’s the use of having a list of resolutions if...

What Do Women Want? With Angela Hou
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What Do Women Want? With Angela Hou

I met Angela through my former business partner and at point in time, she was actively promoting Healsi Water but unfortunately, I couldn’t use Healsi Water for my Kombucha because it is alkaline in nature. Nonetheless, we were still in a lot of common female entrepreneur circles and I finally managed to do an interview...

What Problems Does Gen Z Have? An Educator’s POV
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What Problems Does Gen Z Have? An Educator’s POV

I believe that with every generation, there are different issues that the generation faces due to societal changes as well as technology. Why technology? With the advent of the Internet followed by social media, the way each generation interacts with their fellow human beings also change. Rather than bash the younger generation, I’d prefer to...

Things I’ve Learnt In My 30s
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Things I’ve Learnt In My 30s

As mentioned in my previous post, I am feeling a bit self-reflective over the years and I was thinking that there are some lessons that I’ve learnt in my thirties that I wish I could tell the 20 year-old me. But knowing my 20 year-old self, these lessons would’ve fallen on deaf ears. However, I...