The Art of Way Finding

The Art of Way Finding

What does it take to ‘find’ your passion? In this article below, Chelsea — a 22-year-old college student — writes about her struggles deciding on a career for post-graduation. Borrowing some wisdom from the ancestral Polynesian art of Wayfinding, she shares some of the values she has learnt to help her navigate the unforeseeable and exciting adventure that is life …

Us, in the Future of Work

Us, in the Future of Work

What Does It Take To Become Real-World Ready?

By one popular estimate, 65% of students entering primary school today will find themselves working in jobs that don’t yet exist today. In a world where technology is fast changing and industries are being disrupted faster than our syllabus can keep up, how do we prepare ourselves and our children for the Future Of Work? …

Do not covet someone else’s gifts

Do not covet someone else’s gifts

Every individual has their own unique strength that is often not recognised, acknowledged and valued by the individual themselves. In the write up below, Yoek Ling takes us through her thought perspectives on treasuring and embracing our own strengths…

Learning how to live creatively, beyond fear.

Learning how to live creatively, beyond fear.

In the review of the book written by Elizabeth Gilbert, Shakespeare Sim shares her thoughts on how Big Magic is an inspiration to discovering one’s life direction, in finding joy and to sprout towards creative action- of doing what makes you happy…

The Art of Exploring Possibilities

The Art of Exploring Possibilities

Don’t get me wrong, I love food. What I don’t love so much is standing in the food court, faced with plentiful choices, but unsure of what to choose. I know this may seem like a trivial problem but this dilemma — not knowing the right thing to do — manifests itself in many other areas of my life, leaving me paralysed by the endless array of choices……

Marching To The Beat Of My Own Drum

Marching To The Beat Of My Own Drum

Recently, I attended the Design Your Life workshop by Bold At Work. Going in, I did not think I had many questions about my future career. My mind was set, I thought. I’d already designed a map of what my life was going to be five years down the road…..however…