by Ridtz Yusoff
When I was 17, a young, energetic and dynamic man burst through the auditorium doors in my JC with a big idea. He said - "If others could do it, so could you!" It was an impression that lasted with me for years to come. Indeed, I benchmarked all this person's achievements to my own. I was so inspired I actually became one of his trainers- at Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group.
And so I thought I was ready to be a trainer, a stand-up-to-deliver trainer. But life just loves giving you surprises...
Curated from Sarah Jameel
"Serendipity. Because our differences make us beautiful and out similarities make us one. And both in conjunction makes an unstoppable formula for success in every facet of life and development."
Curated from Grant Spanier
In a world filled with instant gratification and fast wins, what if things never seem as they are? What if we could pause in the pursuit of happiness and instead appreciate happiness in the moment? Fly through this insight by writer Grant Spanier when he shares how delaying our automatic emotions could open the doors of possibilities in ways we never fathomed possible.
Curated from ZenPencils
But how can I, when the whole world is telling me otherwise? Just focus on the things you have, can control and can change. Big advice from Max Erhmann, whose life prose Desiderata is now brought to life by Zen Pencils.