The Trust Fund

There are two types of people, one who trusts no ones and one who trusts everyone. I belong to the latter group – I always choose to trust someone first. I know, it sounds naive right? It’s very tiring for me to be skeptical at everyone, so I decided to […]

Fast Track Your Career From Day One

Tada! Here is my first e-book on Amazon Kindle (! I shared a few other e-books before but this is the first one I put on Amazon. Before talking about the book let me just tell you another thing first. I once was a 2.05/5.0 (GPA) uni student, you know […]

What I Learned From Project Mirastars – Part II

Here are 5 more things I learned from finishing Mirastars Project: 1) Say No Is A Must I wanted to help and contribute to everyone that I met, unfortunately we all have limited resources (time) and can only focus on that many things at a time. Initially I had hard […]

What I Learned From Project Mirastars – Part I

Mirastars project has finally reached its target and it’s now completed! It’s been an exceptionally rewarding journey for personal growth and I got to meet so many exemplary people along the way! Thank you for following Mirastars from the beginning till now, the interview project is concluded but Mirastars 2.0 […]

WIP #11: Above All, Attitude First

You can have all the skills to fit in the roles that you are interested in, but it doesn’t mean that you will be offered that role. Because we don’t just look at skills anymore, we value attitudes. Between a genius that no body can work with, or an average colleague […]

WIP #10: Be Humble And Keep Learning

In previous post we talk about what are the top skills required by different industries. However one thing is missing from the list and I thought that is actually the most important one – the learning ability. We are now in the information age, many things change very quickly these days and […]

WIP #9: What Skills Do You Need At Work?

So many of the things that we learned in school are not going to be useful at work at all. I don’t know about you, but I know a lot of us fell victim when we started our job hunts: we studied so hard and by the time we graduated, we […]

The Culture Shock When I Moved To Singapore 10 Years Ago

I was a fairly simple-minded person before I moved to Singapore, just because Ipoh was such a small town that nothing much was happening, and we lacked access to information. I felt like I just came out from a small kampung (village in Malay) when I moved to Singapore, a […]

SK Turns 30 Part II – Cheers to A Wonderful Life!

I just turned 30 years old. Yay! Happy birthday to myself =) It’s been at least 15 years now that I don’t eat meat on my birthday. A few reasons apart from the obvious one (just don’t want to celebrate my life with death); actually I want to keep my […]