Ever felt mesmerised by a speaker who shared his story? Carmine Gallo did a very thorough research on why Tedx speakers connect and amaze listeners in their events. Speaking aside, if you are leading your Team as a manager, being able to engage your [...]
The book by Adam Grant, "Originals: How non conformists move the world" was immensely insightful to me. The examples shared and specifically resisting the status quo or the default is the hallmark of the originals. For me parts of this book that resonated [...]
I have worked and ran all my life. The grind will be one of the fondest memories for me as a kid. As a 14 year old, I won my school's cross country championship returning a time of 18 min 30 seconds for 4.8km [...]
Finding happiness I am looking out of my window, I can see the branches swaying with leaves beckoning back and forth. The tree seemed at peace, stoic, raking in the morning sun whilst providing the shade and greenery I appreciate so much. I used [...]
We completed a team building program recently for a team of middle managers. The team was very much diverse, easily coming from at least 5 different countries. During a meeting prior to this training session I had a brief from their Director and their HR Team. [...]
Coach Woodens lessons on character leadership and his golden rules. Rules to live by centerd on integrity and the fortitude to face adversity. A poignant lesson for all Educators, Coaches and Leaders.
Purchasing the Kindle and using Kindle in Singapore. One of the few challenges one need to overcome to get the Kindle and of course use in here. This is my blog on my experience in using the Kindle here.
Lesson from the US armed forces Bravo company, the crime of murder, perpetrated by 4 US soldiers and key dysfunctional traits their platoon, in Iraq March 2006. A book review of the Black Hearts, authored by Jim Frederick.