Key takeaways: - With Internet, we have easy access to abundant information; - Knowing how to do something doesn't necessarily mean that you can do it well; - Get to know how you 'behave' as a human will help your life and career. I have to admit that Google helps my life a lot. I'm … Continue reading Knowing is sometimes different from doing
(pic: life is like a pond; the things you have in the pond are those you put into the pond by yourself, except the rain water.) Many of my friends envy my lifestyle in Sydney; most of my overseas clients 'want' to have my lifestyle. Most of the year, I have flexible working hours … Continue reading Why you should intentionally create your life?
(Pic: #246, you are set to start your triathlon race now!) I have a client who has worked for a large corporation for almost 20 years. In terms of the corporate 'ladder', he is still around 30% counting from the bottom. He reckons he is good (well, ‘great’ according to him) at work, but he … Continue reading How to be competitive in the modern workplace? Part II
(Pic: An advise from my 10-yr old daughter on my work; thanks, Annie! ^_^) Back in the 90s, information flowed 'slowly' through news papers, TV programmes, magazines. Many of those were not easily available or with a cost; internet only really took off in mid 90s. Back at that time, if one wanted to be … Continue reading How to be competitive in the modern workplace?
(pic sourced from Upset Nick Kyrgios) During the Australian summer, I always enjoy watching the Australian Open with beer. I learned something last night after watching Nick Kyrgios lost his match after a long five-set battle. After winning the first two sets, Nick Kyrgios lost the following three sets. He ended up losing his ticket to … Continue reading Secret to success: you need a good coach for your career and life!