These PSLE questions were legendary because the panic they inspired brought them into the newspapers. Yet, you can answer them easily with some real-world knowledge. Today’s video is part 1 of a Friday series with at least 2 parts.
This is my fourth and final instalment about work things that you don’t learn in school. Today, I talk about how building business relationships is also counted as work.
This is my 3rd instalment about work things that you don’t learn in school. Today, I talk about getting rid of perfectionism.
Part 2 of this week’s career series – work mindsets they don’t teach you in school. Today’s short is about dealing with ambiguity.
It’s Monday again! I’m back to my weekday posting schedule of career-related content. This week, I have a multi-part series about work things you don’t learn from school. My first episode today is about ruthless prioritization.
It’s Sunday! So, let’s try a fun weekend short. With this one, I had some fun playing around with transitions and image effects, as well as just practicing making videos.
Of all the things I will remember about 2021… it was the year when our Prime Minister burst into song during the National Day Rally Speech. The speech was over 2 months ago, so this video is long overdue. However, I want to record it for my future memories. I suppose that the song would
Many kids will break down in tears at this PSLE question. But it involves a useful thinking process for working with big data. Note: PSLE stands for the Primary School Leaving Examination, which is the primary (elementary) school graduation examination in Singapore. (Image credits: The Straits Times. For the question, not for me).
After learning how not to manage, here’s what I learned about how to manage.
I learned how to micromanage before I learned how to manage. That may have led to a detour out of management and back – and I will share more about the positive things I learned in my next post.