There was a Twitter exchange between Stephen King and a tweeter, which goes something like:
Stephen King: No, Coronavirus is NOT like THE STAND. It's not anywhere near as serious. It's eminently survivable. Keep calm and take all reasonable precautions.
Someone replied: Have you read the book?!
(Those who have heard of The Stand would probably know it was written by Stephen King).
As with all social media platforms, sometimes you get the good stuff, but it is also a place where you can...
One of the many things that people do not tell us enough as we're growing up is that WE WILL STRUGGLE. Struggling is a part of life, but they do pass.
Sometimes our struggles are small, and sometimes extremely devastating. Sometimes the struggles are long term, other times they are short terms. We MUST know this, that in our struggles we are learning to understand the size of our cocoon, and maybe we are trying to get out of the cocoon at various stages of our lives, but we will struggle.
Getting the right perception of self has to be one of the most difficult things to achieve because it requires a high level of self-awareness.
Most people are still working in progress or have not even started in the area of self-awareness.
People you meet or even yourself could be either thinking that they/you are better at something than they/you actually are. Or thinking that they/you are not as good as they/you are when in truth they/you are meeting the standards!
This can be tricky for...
I came across this quote this morning from Simon Sinek: Bad leaders care about who's right. Good leaders care about what's right.
People who care about being right can never be good leaders. Caring about what's right, however, keeps us open to the possibilities of solutions and what can work for the greater good.
I remember years ago living in a small neighbourhood near the Portsdown area here in Singapore, a group of us neighbours became good buddies, lunching together and doing things...
One of the most challenging things to do is to look at our own darkness, without flinching, without reacting, without blaming, without shame, without embarrassment. This is a tough one for everyone, even for people already on the path of personal development, let alone people who are new to personal growth.
Often people ask me how do I read people. Do I look at their energies first? Or do I read their minds? Or do I look at their aura first?
The first thing I see/sense is usually energy. It...
Since we are still in lockdown, I thought I would share a checklist of things you might find useful, and basically keep yourself in check!
Here's the checklist (not in any order of importance):