Coaching your kids- Part V: Self-driven kids

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our university has switched to online teaching and learning since late March 2020. Many people say that the young generation, in particular those who was born after 2000, grew up with digital gadgets and they have adapted to the digital life, almost naturally. If that's the case, then I'd think... Continue Reading →

Personal Finance and Be Money smart! – Part VI: Invest and know the risks of investments

Key takeaways: all investments come with risks;knowing the risk is essential for personal wealth;time can be your good friend in investment, so start early. When I was young, I thought investment was hard and it required specialised knowledge or a fancy degree to do. So, I didn't pay much attention to investment. At that time,... Continue Reading →

100 Blog Posts!

I published my first blog post on this web site on 12 Feb, 2017. I just wrote my 100th post last week! Hurray! I am not sure how many words I've written so far. A rough calculation is about 700 words per post. Then, I've just done about 70,000 words for 100 posts. That sounds... Continue Reading →

Coaching your kids- Part IV: Discipline

Key takeaways: Discipline is essential for self-management;Disciplines are different from habits;Following disciplines requires training;After kids have grown up, they can self-discipline and achieve goals with ease. Based on my years of coaching experience, many issues we see in our lives can all boil down to one essential character: discipline. For adults, we follow disciplines that... Continue Reading →

Coaching your kids- Part III: Patience

Key takeaways: Patience is one of the most essential elements to success;Patience requires training and coaching;Most things take time to develop:We have a life time to work on many things. During the last School Holiday in July, I brought my son to a nearby place for fishing. That was the first time he tried fishing... Continue Reading →

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