The amazing win by Joseph Schooling is probably old news to many raving fans out there but I am still proud to announce that Joseph Isaac Schooling is the Olympic Rio Games 2016 Men’s 100m Butterfly Gold Winner.
The 21 year old Singaporean won with style as he touched the wall in 50.39 seconds, beating the legendary Michael Phelps who finished in 51.14 seconds, together with South Africa’s Chad le Clos and Hungarian Laszlo Cseh. Singaporeans had never felt so proud before. Continue reading →
The other day I had a chat with my mom. We spoke of different things. Work, family, kids, and health. I was showing her what Dr. Ang Poon Liat of Thomson Medical, author of The Wonders of Nutrition and Roadmaps to Recovery, said of aging and how we can age gracefully through influencing genetic expressions through nutrition and supplements. Continue reading →
My wife shared this video on Facebook yesterday. This inspiring 89 year old lady works as a teacher teaching English and music in Taiwan and this short video speaks of her attitude towards life in 2 minutes. I was also caught by surprise as she spoke in mandarin beautifully. It is a very inspiring video. I have added english subtitles for the benefit of those who does not understand mandarin.
“Success Is A Choice” is a topic I have heard over and over again in our monthly trainings. Throughout the years honestly, I did not feel how significant this sentence is. Maybe it is because I am not successful yet, in my own terms. Perhaps it is because it sounded like theory to me all along. Until… Continue reading →
Back in 29 November 2015, Robert Kiyosaki, author of the best selling book Rich Dad, Poor Dad came to Singapore for his Masters of Wealth 2015 tour and he shared about his prediction of the global financial crisis coming in 2016. Continue reading →
My 2016 first blog post was supposed to be titled: Top 10 Best Network Marketing / MLM Books To Read In 2016 but I have changed my mind.
This morning I was privileged to wake up at 5am (actually it was 4.16am as I jumped out of bed thinking I missed my alarm) to bring my daughter to her school bus. This year, it was brought forward to 6.05am. Continue reading →