Whenever I talk about my days in the corporate world, there is always a tinge of reminiscing about my colorful past.
Today, as my little one started to walk up a gentle slope for the first time on her own (without holding my hands), she gleefully clapped her hands together with me when she reached the top on her own, something dawned on me.
Late payments are a freelancers’ worst nightmare.
As you know I’ve been flying in and out of Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, I’m one of the fortunate ones who get to benefit from the new Changi Airport Terminal 4 to the extent of more than once a month.
It is not easy to graciously accept constructive criticism. Many people struggle with receiving feedback even it’s completely accurate. For some as soon as the words critique are mentioned, their minds begin to race searching for an explanation for the seeming assault on their person. And they look for an angry reply to rationalize their…
Hi Kally, I hope you’re enjoying motherhood!
It’s the time of the year again. What am I talking about? The dreadful appraisal. I’m not afraid of writing my own appraisal or being appraised by my peers. It’s when I am asked to appraise someone and that’s when I find the task simply dreadful. I don’t usually procrastinate but this is one task…