Confident Living in a Competitive World I

It’s nearly impossible to ignore competition in daily life. Singapore recently concluded its Presidential Elections, which saw Dr Tony Tan become the 7th President of Singapore. It was a keenly contested event as there were four presidential candidates who pitted against each other. As they ran for office, each tried to convey characteristics to convince … Continue reading

What Are You Manifesting?

Exciting news! My latest book is coming out! It’s called Adventures in Manifesting: Health and Happiness. It’s featuring bestselling authors Loral Langemeier, Joe Vitale, Marilyn Joyce, Andreas Moritz and many others. If you want to create more health and happiness in your life then this book will inspire powerful change. Adventures in Manifesting: Health and Happiness This … Continue reading

What do you want to manifest in your life today?

Ever had that feeling of being both excited yet scared at the same time? The step of moving towards the unknown? Or even when you feel that you are prepared, and yet another voice tells you that you may not have prepared enough? Well, I faced all these emotions the past three months and I … Continue reading

Learn to empty your cup, and be teachable

Hi friends, Have you ever dismissed going to a seminar because you already “knew” what they’d be teaching? Or maybe you went but “just knew” they were only trying to sell you something? Have you taken a seminar or home study course looking for the bad? I’m always amazed when I attend events with some … Continue reading

The Importance of Being Idle

Have you ever felt like just relaxing and not having to worry about anything in the world? Wouldn’t it be good if you could enjoy your holiday without having to worry if your job was good enough for your boss and your clients? Well, sometimes, you do need to take a break and just idle. … Continue reading

Law of Leveraging: Using Lesser Effort to Produce Bigger Outcomes

I was doing my morning exercise the other day. And it was my second set of sprints. I was running at around 80% of my maximum speed when I heard the reverberation of the car engine behind me. So, I stepped to the side, to allow the car to go past me. When it finally … Continue reading

Things that make you scream shiok! #10 Meeting Up with Old Friends

29th June 2011. #10 Meeting Up with Old Friends Do you still keep in close contact with your old school buddies? Isn’t it fun when you meet up after such a long time? For me, it was just a fortnight ago when I met up with my old school pals. And the occasion? A wedding! … Continue reading

Building Sandcastles in the Air – How a Leader can Use stories to reach out

My daily chat with the sister, on life, became a bet. I told her, “Jie, do you know a story can be created from nothing?” In my opinion, it’s like building sand castles in the air. Of course she didn’t believe me. “Prove it,” she said cynically. I replied, “Ok. Give me two characters.” “A … Continue reading

Honesty is the Best Policy – Your Children are watching

Have you ever left a place without paying for something? It could have been accidental, but did you go back to pay for it? Well, something like this happened to my family about a fortnight back. Let me share with you how this is relevant to leaders in the household. It was that dreaded time … Continue reading

Why the Ant Has Six Legs – And Other Talents!

It is a magical feeling when stories sprout out from your mind unexpectedly. Yesterday, I was on my way to Cathechist lessons when out of the blue, my wife asked me, “So . . . why does an Ant have six legs?” I listened, smiled, and for one reason that I couldn’t explain, a story … Continue reading