• Learn to lead yourself, then others

    Adam Khoo, Asia’s #1 Success Coach, Author of 11 Books including, Secrets of Self-Made Millionaires and Master Your Mind Design Your Destiny, praises Discover Your Leadership Style . . .

    “As Mark correctly points out in his book, leaders are not born but made. In Discover Your Leadership Style, you will learn about the characteristics that make a great leader and how you can develop them within yourself. What I love about this book is that the lessons are taught through entertaining and well-crafted stories, and each alternate chapter is followed by thought-provoking questions that help you to reflect on and integrate the lessons being taught. I am sure you will be entertained and empowered when you read this book.”

Be Extraordinary, To Apply For This.

“Let others lead small lives, but not you. . . Let others argue over small things, but not you. . . Let others cry over small hurts, but not you. . . Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands, but not you.” – Jim Rohn You must not be an ordinary person to … Continue reading

3 Lessons From The COVID-19 Resilience Package

TL;DR- COVID-19 Resilience Budget: ‘Landmark’ S$48 billion package to tide Singapore through ‘unprecedented’ crisis 🌧 ☔️ “ We have saved up for a rainy day. The COVID-19 pandemic is already a mighty storm, and is still growing ,” – DPM Heng Swee Keat By now, your newsfeed will be swamped by this. So I will … Continue reading

What is Ardent Desire?

After spending nearly a week at our Leadership Management International’s (LMI) World Conference 2015, in San Antonio, Texas, USA, it’s time to share with my fellow business owner friends, clients, and friends on my best idea from the World Conference. And that is ‘DESIRE‘ During this period, I also heard from the grapevine that some … Continue reading

You “can only do a few things great.”

Tim Cook recently did an interview with Businessweek. Considering the fact that he shies away from media attention, unlike Steve Jobs, this interview offered us a rare glimpse of the life, as the CEO of Apple. Let me just share with you all, 1 main take away from this article. And that is you can … Continue reading

The Award . . .

5th Sept 2013 . . . An Unforgettable Night The Promising SME 500 Campaign was spearheaded to recognize the exceptional achievements of business men and women in Singapore, highlighting their commercial success and also recognizing their contributions to the economy and the community at large. This campaign also serves as a platform to inspire aspiring … Continue reading

Things that make you scream shiok! #11 Lots of Cheese

1st Nov 2013. #11 Lots of Cheese It’s beautiful. It’s packed with so much flavour. It’s simply amazing. Yes, I’m talking about cheese. Cheese, oh glorious cheese! Ever felt like you couldn’t give up cheese?  Ever think it might actually be a drug? It sure might be! I remembered when I was in primary school, … Continue reading

The Sore Eyes . . .

I am currently suffering from a really bad case of conjunctivitis . . . and it’s really affecting my sight! The ironical thing was that I was talking to my business mentor just the day before about ‘Questions being the Answers’ He mentioned that many times we have been staring and talking . . . … Continue reading

A Man’s Tears

Yesterday, I saw a man cry. His flowing tears covered his shaking face, As he struggled to share his dreams. His tears were not of bitter defeat, His tears were that of creating sweet cornerstones and beams. “For a new generation”, he says, “A lasting legacy till the end of days, Can’t you see a … Continue reading

Remove the brown M&Ms!

Have you heard of the logic of David Lee Roth’s famous obsession with brown M&M’s? As the lead singer in Van Halen, he insisted, in his contract with concert promoters and operators, that a bowl of M&Ms to be provided backstage. But with EVERY brown M&Ms to be removed. Before you think that this is … Continue reading

Get Off Your High Chair!

I learned a lesson about “perspectives” yesterday. I was trying to find something in the refrigerator when my helper said, “It’s there”. I asked, “Where?” She said, “There!” I was getting a bit frustrated, and retorted,”It’s not there!” Then she sighed and came over to pull out the cheese from the back of the second … Continue reading