Posted by | 18/06/2021
Logical Thinking | #MyFridayStory No. 193

I love simple yet clever solutions to problems. There’s a story about the early days of the New York rag-trade after World War II. The district in lower Manhattan, with...

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Posted by | 11/06/2021
The Man in the Mirror | #MyFridayStory No. 192

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” This well-known quote is often incorrectly credited to Mahatma Gandhi. What Gandhi said was, "We but mirror the world. All...

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Posted by | 28/05/2021
Free Mentor Inside! | #MyFridayStory No. 190

Who do you wish could be your lifelong mentor? Imagine growing up privileged to have Mozart as your music tutor; Albert Einstein helped with your science and maths homework; Leonardo...

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Posted by | 14/05/2021
I Never Hugged My Father | #MyFridayStory No. 188

“I regret never hugging or consoling Dad when he cried.” My older Brother confessed this to me before he died. Upon hearing the admission, I cringed knowing I was guilty...

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Posted by | 16/04/2021
The Junk Drawer | #MyFridayStory No. 184

I’m sure every household has a junk drawer. Our junk drawer was in the kitchen—the second drawer from the top under the eating utensils. Those were neatly arranged in a...

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