Do First, Learn Later

Two days ago, we celebrated our friend’s achievement (due to company’s ruling, I am not allowed to disclose the company name or brand on my blog) together with a Christmas party. I am extremely happy for their achievement as they worked really hard for it. Success really comes to those who truly deserves it. Anyway,…

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The Science Of Internet Traffic

“The person who masters traffic, writes their own paycheck.” – Misha Wilson, multi-millionaire Internet Marketer, founder of The Super Affiliate Network. Traffic: the word that often separates those who succeed in their online business and those who fail. Whether you are selling or promoting something online, the truth is if no one sees your website…

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6 Elements Of A Good Blog

6 elements of good blog design

  If you are looking for how the elements of a good blog can help attract people to read your content, share them, and come back for more, I have this post just for you. There are many reasons why people create a blog. Some of the reasons include but is not limited to sharing…

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Julie Lythcott-Haims: How to raise successful kids without over-parenting

I watched this TED video by Julie Lythcott-Haims: How to raise successful kids – without over-parenting and thought it is worthwhile to share. As a parent of two lovely children, I can’t help but ask myself how can I raise them up not the way I want it but the way is best for them.…

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Joseph Schooling Gold For Olympic Rio Games 2016

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…

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The 3Cs of Life: Choice, Chance and Change

A friend sent this note to my wife and I today. No, this is not the first time I see this quote so naturally, I just ignored it in the morning. However, when I was fetching my son from school in the afternoon, I walked past a resident resting area and I overheard a conversation between some…

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Science, Technology And Aging

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…

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89 Year Old English Teacher In Taiwan Positive Attitude

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.…

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5 Lessons I Learned From Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow 101 Game

I am so excited to share this. I have just played my first ever Cashflow 101 game, with the help of my ex POE (Patterns of Excellence) coach Jack HM Wong from crackingentrepreneurcode.com. I have been hearing of this game for a while and always wanted to play it. Victor Lee Victor Lee is the…

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Success Is A Choice

“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…

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