Have you ever felt the burst of emotions to do something that is out of your norm? Quit your job to pursue your passion. Pursue something without having the necessary resources. Book a YOLO SOLO trip. Pray for someone on the street. Saying YES to God that is beyond you, your ability and bank account. I often have those moments but I tend to shrink back especially after the logical mind kicks in. The Asian culture has taught me to calculate my risks, have a concrete plan so th
Wieeee. I made it through the second week of being an entrepreneur of my coaching business. To be honest, it has been a rollercoaster emotional ride, juggling workload from my freelance consultancy job in a different time zone, learning and building the publicity of my business (thank the Lord for "What is SEO?" YouTube videos!), conducting sessions for clients and being present for the relationships at hand. Also, I think I spent WAY TOO MUCH time entertaining doubting thoug
When I was 8 years old, my teacher handed us a report to fill up. "What Do I Want to Be When I Grow Up? List down your top 3 choices". Naively, I wrote: (1) A nurse (2) An FBI agent (CSI and Alias FTW!) (3) A priest (I think I was meant to say a "pastor" lol) Even though I am a daughter of a business man, the thought of me starting my own business never occurred to me. Maybe it did.. but I never entertained the thought too long because: I didn't think I had anything "special"