Leaderonomers Inspired

Aug 01, 2014 1 Min Read

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Compiled by HYMA PILLAY

In Thoughts Inspired, we asked some of our very own Leaderonomics team to give us an inspiring quote from themselves. Here is what we gathered, and we hope some of these speak to you and inspire you as well.

  1. “If we call ourselves a family, then we must acknowledge that families have conflict. Fight, have conflicts, but work out your differences and reconcile.” – Roshan Thiran

  2. “In dealing with life and its complexities; make sense of different choices, make your choice, make peace with your choice. Some may disagree with the order.” – Evelyn Teh

  3. “You don’t find the solution to life. It’s not meant to be solved. It will be like this till the end. And that’s the beauty of it all.” – Sabrina Kamaruddin

  4. “Our young people are growing up basing their value on material things and performance, performance, performance. We must fight to reclaim our nation’s youth, teaching them that their self-worth can only be based on their intrinsic personhood.” – Yi Wen, Hui

  5. “Sometimes, in darkness you find clarity.” – Hyma Pillay

  6. “Sometimes, all you have to do is change yourself and everything will fall into place.” – Prema Jayabalan

  7. “If you lack talent, sheer determination and hard work will get you there.” – Andrew Lau

  8. “You don’t always have to make it right, just make it worth it.” – Millie Ong

  9. “To make others happy, you yourself have to be happy first.” – Nadia Radhuan

  10. “Nobody actually grows up, we all just learn how to act in public.” – Divya Chandy

  11. “Sometimes you have to be selfish to be kind to yourself.” – Ameera Hussain

  12. “And sometimes, kindness finds its way back to you.” – Alvin Dan

  13. “The person who has been forgiven much, loves much.” – Majura Perashot

  14. “Protégé makes good leaders, but great leaders… that’s something else.” – Marcus Lim

  15. “Chivalry is the new black.” – Shahran Masood

  16. “Leaders get things done at all cost without compromising values.” – Eric Lau

  17. “From trials to testimony.” – Jeremy Tan

  18. “No one is too skilled to pick up litter.” – Lily Cheah

  19. “Being number one doesn’t need to be a lonely experience; share it with someone and we become exponential!” – Lay Hsuan, Lim

  20. “Sometimes I wonder if the fear of something is what sets us apart from it that we fear.” – Sarah Tan

  21. “Breakthroughs are often just around the corner. All you got to do is make that turn.” – Ian Lee

  22. “When given a choice, figure out how to take both. The world doesn’t have to be an either/or.” – Vinesh Naidu

  23. “We all change. When you think about it, we are all different people, all through our lives and that’s okay, that’s good! You’ve got to keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be.” – Imran Hashim

  24. “P’s of Life: Persevere the Pain, Press for Positiveness, Push for Performance, Patience through the Phase, Pursue the Pleasure.” – Dinesh Dorai Raj

  25. “My greatest inspiration is my Pa. There isn’t a quote per se, because he was busy just getting it done! Here’s one of many reasons. Upon retirement, Pa decided he would conquer the world of computers. Within a few short months, he went from close to no knowledge, to understanding hardware and software, essentially becoming the repair guy for many friends and family. Humility and childlike inquisitiveness. My Pa.” – the anonymous editor

If you have stories or quotes which have inspired you, we want to hear from you! Write to us at editor@leaderonomics.com .

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