“Due to the stress in a highly competitive, demanding and unpredictable working environment, I become depressive. This affected work performance and relationship with colleagues, friends and even family. It was through practicing what I learn from the University of Oxford Mindfulness Program, Emotional Intelligence and high-performance mindsets that I was able to overcome my internal challenges and become a better version of myself.
Having witnessed many executives feeling trapped and burnout, I now work with them to live a more Purposeful, Driven, Joyful, Compassionate and Successful live.”
Who am I in this moment is the collective experiences, countless mistakes I made and little success I gathered in my life. Success is a journey, not a destination. I am grateful to all my teachers and mentors in my life that have shaped me the way I am now. I am also grateful to those who have created obstacles for me during my corporate days. Because I now realized that these obstacles are actually stepping stones for success. In the far east, we have this ancient saying, “When we are ready, the teacher appears. A leader seeks from within to change oneself first. The rest (results) will follow.”