You.

MiddleMe is about you and the 9 hours you spend on your job each day.

More than often, I hear folks lamenting about what they do and their problems at work. I would drop little tips on how they can improve their current situations, nothing much, just my two cents worth. Then I started getting more and more friends, then colleagues approaching me for career advices. Even when I left a company, I still get calls or text from my ex-colleagues seeking a different outlook from theirs. Right up to today, I have ex-colleagues from 4 companies ago still approaching me for career advice. And I’m thinking… Hmm, I must have been doing something right.

I tried googling for a website or a blog that dishes out sound career advices to folks. All I have come across are either very factual statistics articles or blogs written by the Westerners for the Westerners in a Western context. I’m surprise that I could not find something that speaks to a layman like you and me in an Asian society. We are culturally different from the Western context and although everyone has read or heard about advices like “Sky is the limit” or “Be passionate”, it is easier said than done. Everyone is telling us to take the next step but many of us don’t even know what and where is the next step.

I like to help.

MiddleMe is about collaborating all those advices I have given to everyone and hope that it may help you too. Even if you do not have a problem, this website will inspire and enrich you.

MiddleMe is also about helping you to make smart career moves and decisions.

MiddleMe is a platform for sharing. I will be sharing mine and many others experiences and what actions have we taken to get ourselves unstuck in a situation.

Let’s make the 40 hours you spend each week on your desk worth it.

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163 replies on “About MiddleMe

  1. Your About Page is fantastic. I really appreciate your article on finding happiness in what you do — workwise, because it is a big part of our lives. Very inspiring. Keep up the good work and best wishes, Kally! 🙂

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  2. You had the audacity to like my comment on visiting anyone who likes, comments a post I make or follows my blog!! Is this a test of my statement…if so….ha 😜

    Love the idea behind this blog Kally…it’s brilliant…and…sadly for you one must simply follow it 🙃

    Thanks for the like or I may have taken far longer to find you 😇

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      1. Tis only courteous to dip out and check who’s been looking…well I think so 🙃 I’m privileged to have met so many awesome bloggers in my short time here too. Actually engaging is brilliant too. I mean…all over the world and we can actually meet up in a place of common interest and be part of a global community….brilliant to meet you too 😊

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  3. Just from reading your AboutMiddleMe blog, I can see why ex-colleagues from four companies ago still stay in touch. You have something important to say and to make sure I remain nearby to read more… I’m now one of your followers. PS… Thank you for liking my comment on Little Mermaid’s “Golden Etiquettes” blog.

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  4. Excellent mantra Kally, like the sentiments. We all spend so much time at work that we should be able to enjoy it. As someone much older than yourself I find the barriers being pout up in trying to change careers ridiculous and yet the press and ministers keep saying that we will all have to have multiple careers. Ugh…HVD❤️

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    1. Keep pushing on and motivate yourself. There are always barriers and obstacles, we all need to take it in our strides and see what we can do to get the most and the best out of difficult situations. I find it really a waste of time and life if one spends so much time on their job that they hate.

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  5. Thank you for noticing my comment and liking it regarding the award nomination. As one who gives advice, please take this little bit from me. It is wise to find out and follow what the Lord has to say to us in His word. That is what my blog is about. Please visit it as you can; it would be my pleasure!

    Steve

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  6. This blog is great idea…

    I did not realize you did not live in the Westen part of our world, where a re ou in Asia, I know Japaneses people are very different when it comes to their job, much more serious and perfectionist than most Westerners …

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