Posts filed under: Personal Power and Confidence

Why Self-Respect Is The Root of Personal Power Is one of your weaknesses being TOO NICE? Like, you are always the first person to give an apology, regardless of whether it’s your fault, to make peace? Or when different opinions...
May 19: Self-Worth Monthly Career Freedom Guide A lot of changes are happening, momentum is building, but the new future might not seem to be right next door >>> Do you feel the same? A lot of people in my...
So What is Shyness anyway? It’s an awkwardness you have when you are around other people. It’s NOT the same as introversion; You can be extrovert, introvert or ambivert, and be shy at the same time. The pre-requisite for shyness to happen,...
Do You Choose your Soul Purpose Or It Chooses You? Last Sunday I met with Jane again, my 1st ever coaching client, over a coffee chat. It was 3 years ago in May when we first met. Back then I...
A Written Guide For Multi-Passionates by a Recovering Procrastinator Monthly Career Mini-Guide Series – August 18 Answer me first – Do you have more than ONE browser tabs opened right now? How many? 9? 17? 23? 52??? Same here! And...
Emotions have potent power. Whether you label them as “positive” emotions or “negative” ones, they are there for a reason. Most people (including myself) tend to suppress or repress the so-called “negative” emotions over the years, and reject to acknowledge...
When Silence Is Not Golden “Speak up for yourself; Because if you don’t, no one would.” Growing up, have you ever wonder why we need to adhere the social standards to be a “good girl” or “good boy”? For kids, “being good”...
Life is very much like building a castle with legos; we work hard, take one step at a time, and build things up towards your goals. Earlier in life, you might think a castle will eventually make you happy. But...
“Speak up for yourself; Because if you don’t, no one would!” Growing up, have you ever wonder why we need to adhere the social standards to be a “good girl” or “good boy”? For kids, “be good” usually means being obedient to...