2017 Review and 2018 Goals

I always have the idea of mini retirements, instead of retire at the age of 65, I want to have small breaks every few years and continue to work till old age. In that case, I could enjoy life while still having good health and no need to worry about […]


A Role Model Is Who We All Need To Find Direction In Life

Throwing back to the days that I was still working in my previous company. As a big organization like that (over 45000 employees worldwide), we often had speaker sessions or townhall events where senior managers (directors) would share some updates or personal experiences with audience. I was in IT department, […]


If We Know How To Face Death, We Know How To Live

Humans live in denial, it is a defense mechanism against the knowledge of our mortality; if not nobody would want to live. Please pardon my relatively morbid and dark topic, I always think that death is something we should talk more instead of avoiding it. My father used to have a […]


Warren Buffett: Public Speaking Is The Most Important Skill

Rumor Research says that many people fear public speaking more than death. To me it’s a rumor, why? Dead people can’t tell us which one is scarier right? Okay I notice this line is a little offensive. Take it as a joke please. Warren Buffett mentioned before this is the most […]


Dealing With Assholes

Disclaimer: This post is very subjective and controversial, please proceed with care because I’m totally unapologetic for any consequences   I read this article by chance – someone authored a book called “Assholes Survival Guide”. Wow I liked the book instantly even before reading! It’s not just me, see, someone […]


Back To School

Last month for the first time since I graduated, I visited my secondary school. I graduated from PGS in 2004. Many things had changed – two new halls with another one under construction, most of the teachers that I knew had retired, those who stay are with lots of grey hair now […]


No Direction In Life? These Are 5 Things You Can Do To Find Your Direction

When I was back in my former secondary school and had a discussion with headmistress, I asked what’s the biggest challenge for teenagers these days. She straight away pointed out that the students (majority of them) are lack of direction in life. No goals, no objectives. I almost blurted out that, […]


Being Sensitive and Emotional Could Be Highly Emotional Intelligent

A recent personality test shows that I’m a ENFJ person: a protagonist who is extrovert, intuitive (open-minded, curious), feeling (sensitive, emotionally expressive) and judging (decisive, organized). (By the way I highly recommend this personality test! It’s the best I had done in my whole life and it’s free!) Let’s talk about feeling. […]


Onto Healing: Part II

In my previous post I shared about 5 immediate steps to take if I ever feel negative emotions. I repeat step 2 to 5 during my period of feelings, once the time limit is up, I set my mind to focus on the future. How can I be a better […]