Book Summary: “Career Empowerment, Executive Recruiters on Leveraging Your Talents & Making The Right Decisions Around a Rewarding Career”, by Various Authors

November 12, 2009 | Comments Off on Book Summary: “Career Empowerment, Executive Recruiters on Leveraging Your Talents & Making The Right Decisions Around a Rewarding Career”, by Various Authors

This is a book summary I have written for “Career Empowerment, Executive Recruiters on Leveraging Your Talents & Making The Right Decisions Around a Rewarding Career”. The book was written by various experienced HR experts and recruiters, each contributed a chapter. Each chapter, although written by a different HR expert, touches on similar topics, therefore […]

Book Summary: “The Courage To Be Rich” by Suze Osman

November 8, 2009 | Comments Off on Book Summary: “The Courage To Be Rich” by Suze Osman

This is a book summary I have written for “The Courage To Be Rich”, by Suze Osman Part 1: Acts Of Courage Chapter 1. The Courage To Look Within The way we think and feel about money can affect how much we have, some thought patterns can be internal obstacles. Fear of investment, shame of […]

This is a book summary I have written, by chapter, of an excellent peak performance book “Harvard Business Review on Bringing Your Whole Self to Work”. Chapter 1: Why smart people underperform Attention deficit trait is epidemic in organizations. Unlike ADD, ADT springs entirely from environmental factors, such as overloading information & orders. Frontal lobe […]

Seeing reality as it is: Why having an internal locus of control is important

November 20, 2008 | Comments Off on Seeing reality as it is: Why having an internal locus of control is important

One thing I find unbelievable is how far people will go to blind themselves and their children to the reality. As the old saying goes, the road to hell is paved with good intentions, by avoiding the tough questions in life, we cannot see problems and opportunities as they are. To live an authentic and […]

Intelligence, human potential and life transformation (part 1)

September 27, 2008 | Comments Off on Intelligence, human potential and life transformation (part 1)

Developmental psychologist Dr Howard Gardner defined intelligence as “a biopsychological information-processing capacity to solve problems or fashion products that are valued in at least one community and culture.” According to him, different parts of the brain are responsible for different abilities: metaphoric, graphic, narrative, musical, graphic, calculation and the like. He argued that one’s sophistication […]