April 15 2020 | By Tarini Tilve
Practicing self-care for your mind
When I was younger, I feared to make mistakes but later in life learned that if you do not, you cannot get better at what you do.
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"You need to continuously, passionately and relentlessly expand both your personal and business network. If you fail to do this, your success will always have a low ceiling."
“Know that every one is made to shine like a star – it’s just that each of us shine differently” - Eric Feng
Singing is so different from any other instrument. It’s the only instrument that is in your body, the only instrument that you can feel so strongly, which you can actually use and yet be so versatile.
The process of making each ceramic piece is a reflection of a person's thoughts and how he or she copes with challenges.
Whatever you do – do from your heart and work from your heart to the maximum.
Whatever you do, always find an excuse to win. Fight harder, push further, pray harder, dig deeper, grip stronger, never give up!
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At the age of 19, Robin co-founded Made Real, a subscription service curating wholesome & nutritious snacks that has recently expanded from Singapore to Hong Kong.
I believe the greatest change happens within myself - to be the best version of myself. Then and only then, can I be a great conduit of change in the world.