April 15 2020 | By Tarini Tilve
Practicing self-care for your mind
When we learn how to become more resilient, we learn how to embrace the beautifully broad spectrum of the human experience.
The time for Chinese New Year festivities has arrived again!
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.
I remember one of my first trips to Singapore, and I found a bottle of wine at a bottle shop that typically would retail for $10 in Australia, and it was selling for almost $100 in Singapore.
CNBC’s Christine Tan speaks to Maximilian Bittner, CEO of Vestiaire Collective.
Music's just another language for us to express ourselves.
Using art and design to solve problems and to spread the message of animal empathy and welfare
The biggest piece of advice I would give to my younger self would be to embrace failure. Nobody likes to lose, but it is important that we allow our losses to shape us and not define us.
A woman can have it all, but not all at the same time. So enjoy the process and the journey.
"It is important for us to be agile and adaptable, and even more importantly, to stand by our values and not remain reactionary amid all the changes in the world."
If life throws you a curved ball, practice patience. It may not be the solution to the problem but it will help you to feel less frustrated while working it out.
"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."
From a love of the written word to starting The Novel Encounter
Theatre can be many things. It's not just for entertainment.
I live by the mantra “aspire to inspire”. This has brought me to the edge of the world, to challenge myself and come up with innovative ideas while conquering and inspiring others in the local coffee scene.
‘The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.’ - Explorer Robert Swan
“Know that every one is made to shine like a star – it’s just that each of us shine differently” - Eric Feng
Pro wrestling...it's like a real life cross between a fighting game and an RPG where you control a character and navigate the open world universe of opponents and arenas.
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.
The core trait that I think every successful person has, businessman or not, is to be thankful for what you have.
Whatever you do, always find an excuse to win. Fight harder, push further, pray harder, dig deeper, grip stronger, never give up!
Being able to connect to that intangible, hidden dimension of music...I find that is really one of the wonders of being human, with songs to encourage and celebrate every stage of life for us.
A glimpse into the prized heritage of a Savile Row Mill