Life, Rants, Reflections

Comfort Zone – the move or the stay?

Earlier on, I posted an article on my LinkedIn on judging the move or the stay within the comfort zone. I guess everyone need to go through this some point in time of their career.

In Public Service, I get to do the things I am keen and upgrade myself for studies however, is this what I really want at the end of the day? No.

Since Day 1, I tell myself, no matter how tough life is, I need to give back to the society. Social Entrepreneur is my calling and I moved towards that direction at the end of the day.

To study this in the social norms, first I need to understand how Corporate Management is like and how this deviates from the social clauses.

I want to set up a company which everyone is proud to be part of, like Google.

A family-oriented organization which believed in my core of giving back.

In my life, no matter how tough it’s gonna be, I will persevere till the very end.

“There are two things to define myself; (1) Determination when I have nothing and (2) Attitude when I have everything.”

Just gonna stay humble and grateful. 🙂

Debt, Life, Work

Change

Today marks my 6th year with my current employer in Public Service. These 6 years spelt alot of challenges and somehow it witness a few of my milestones.

  1. My kids who grew from babies to toddler and soon, young teen.
  2. I bought my first car while on the job.
  3. Promotion was in for me.

Would definitely credit this to my colleagues, the bosses for everything for this wonderful 6 years.

However due to some reasons, a change out from the comfort zone is inevitable to grow and not many knew, I took up an offer to be based in Kuala Lumpur for a Fintech, a totally new industry to me.

I had my doubts and I had my thoughts. The fear of being alone, the thought of missing my girls and their growing up haunts and daunts me deeply, but for a better life. I need to be trained stronger while on the first list was on my list was to clear the debts.

Many knew, I need to pay off a large amount of debt amounting more than $100,000 but well, I know I can do it and will be able to do it. ^^

Shall start on my Goodbye Debt diary to minute and pen down this journey to financial freedom and no doubt, it’s stressful to go through it. LOL.
Sometimes I wonder, why housing cost a bomb in Singapore. 😦

But no matter what, always remember to do good. 🙂

Merits begets Positive Energy.

P.S: I guess 2017 will be a good year despite me brawling my eyes out when I was on the line with my girls while I made my way back from KL. 🙂

Life, Reflections

Coincidence

Just when I need a calling/ an enlightenment, I chanced upon this show on TV. And what is the most surprising thing is, when I googled the founder of TaoKaeNoi, Mr Aitthipat Kulapongvanich he was borned on 24 November 1984,  which meant, both of us are sharing the same birthday. I guess, never too late to start entrepreneurship. He took 2 years to repay a debt of $40 million. This is inspiring and a motivation for me.

Somehow or rather, I feel, both of us seems to have similar background story just that I don’t come from a wealthy family as per compared to him.

Well, at least our horoscope and character would be somehow similar. Would be glad to see him in person, if I get the chance.

In the meantime, I set my mind open about Entrepreneurship and updated my LinkedIn for exciting opportunities. 🙂

Time to throw my focus where the lack of time for SCENTIMENTAL SINGAPORE might miss my chance for something big.

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an eye-candy perhaps?

In the meantime, happy festive to everyone~