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Rediscovering the Lost Art of Thoughtfulness

Ever wonder how you can espouse the weekend 'feeling' into your weekdays? You just have to develop the right mindset and habits to add space for thoughtful time to your schedule. It all starts with accepting that thinking is time well spent. This article can provide you with a deeper insight into rediscovering the lost art of thoughtfulness.

11-07-2021

1 min Article

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The Dichotomy of COVID Parenting

By JOHN ROSEMOND I think I’ve figured it out: COVID parenting, in the modern sense of the term, is what a mother thinks she has to do when children are underfoot because she has never informed them, in no uncertain terms, that she is not their playmate or personal gopher

24-03-2021

2 min Article

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No Game, No Gain: How Playing Video Games Makes You Smarter

By IVYPANDA Parents often worry that video games will make their children less intelligent when in fact (used properly) video games can make us not only smarter but also happier.

15-03-2021

12 min Article

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A Peek Into the Diary of an HR Intern

By KAY HUI KHOO Other than the internship project, I felt like my tasks had been pretty insignificant to the organisation compared to other interns who were in one way or another involved in the work related to products or services Leaderonomics offers. I felt like I was not contributing to what was important to the company at that point.

16-02-2021

5 min Article

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Distant Love on Valentine’s Day

By ROB WYSE At the heart of the stability of our world are mothers. They are the brave warriors in this time. And they need love and support. It takes a village to raise a child. And the world is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of villages that we have sewn together to keep humanity going. On this Valentine’s Day more than any other, I wish that we are all able to touch who we can with love in a physically distant world.

14-02-2021

2 min Article

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5 Honest Truths About Starting a Business

By ALAN MANLY From how others view entrepreneurs to their approach to risk-taking, starting a business isn’t always what it seems. These are five truths about starting a business that many an entrepreneur has learned throughout their journey

08-02-2021

2 min Article

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My Superhero

By BERNARD LEE Everyone has a superhero in their lives. Let me share mine, his powers and how he put them to use. Born nearly eight decades ago in a city close to a bustling port. The eldest of four siblings in a family that came from a relatively middle-lower income group

09-02-2021

6 min Article

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Espresso Shorts: Speak Up!

By DAVID WEE I never worry too much about speaking up. I am not talking about being rude or loutish but just sharing what's on my mind because I believe it will help others to hear it. For me having to keep my mouth shut is more fearful than the consequences of trouble. So when I see something wrong, I speak up.

01-02-2021

1 min Article

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Rediscovering the Lost Art of Thoughtfulness

Ever wonder how you can espouse the weekend 'feeling' into your weekdays? You just have to develop the right mindset and habits to add space for thoughtful time to your schedule. It all starts with accepting that thinking is time well spent. This article can provide you with a deeper insight into rediscovering the lost art of thoughtfulness.

11-07-2021

1 min Article

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The Dichotomy of COVID Parenting

By JOHN ROSEMOND I think I’ve figured it out: COVID parenting, in the modern sense of the term, is what a mother thinks she has to do when children are underfoot because she has never informed them, in no uncertain terms, that she is not their playmate or personal gopher

24-03-2021

2 min Article

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No Game, No Gain: How Playing Video Games Makes You Smarter

By IVYPANDA Parents often worry that video games will make their children less intelligent when in fact (used properly) video games can make us not only smarter but also happier.

15-03-2021

12 min Article

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A Peek Into the Diary of an HR Intern

By KAY HUI KHOO Other than the internship project, I felt like my tasks had been pretty insignificant to the organisation compared to other interns who were in one way or another involved in the work related to products or services Leaderonomics offers. I felt like I was not contributing to what was important to the company at that point.

16-02-2021

5 min Article

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Distant Love on Valentine’s Day

By ROB WYSE At the heart of the stability of our world are mothers. They are the brave warriors in this time. And they need love and support. It takes a village to raise a child. And the world is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of villages that we have sewn together to keep humanity going. On this Valentine’s Day more than any other, I wish that we are all able to touch who we can with love in a physically distant world.

14-02-2021

2 min Article

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5 Honest Truths About Starting a Business

By ALAN MANLY From how others view entrepreneurs to their approach to risk-taking, starting a business isn’t always what it seems. These are five truths about starting a business that many an entrepreneur has learned throughout their journey

08-02-2021

2 min Article

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My Superhero

By BERNARD LEE Everyone has a superhero in their lives. Let me share mine, his powers and how he put them to use. Born nearly eight decades ago in a city close to a bustling port. The eldest of four siblings in a family that came from a relatively middle-lower income group

09-02-2021

6 min Article

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Espresso Shorts: Speak Up!

By DAVID WEE I never worry too much about speaking up. I am not talking about being rude or loutish but just sharing what's on my mind because I believe it will help others to hear it. For me having to keep my mouth shut is more fearful than the consequences of trouble. So when I see something wrong, I speak up.

01-02-2021

1 min Article

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