Month: November 2012

Got hope lah

Last night I spoke at an SMU Alumni event called “Passion Unleashed“, and it was heartening to see people sharing the same ideas about passion, work and compassion. What struck me was the number of people I spoke to later who talked about setting up social enterprises, non-profits and training people how to run social enterprises and non-profits. It’s been like that in the past two years or so, and it bodes well for this country. Then this morning, I read news about the MOE not publishing top PSLE scorers anymore. That’s really good news unless you’re selling essence of chicken and need to endorse a bright student who’s not a vegetarian. Tweet

Remember, Remember The ‘Stache of November

I hate shaving and I support men’s health issues, so this Movember movement is win-win lor. If you haven’t already, do register as a mo-bro or mo-sista and start growing that ‘stache. If you haven’t decided on what to get for yourself or someone this Christmas, consider a health screening package – we did that in July and are very thankful we did – we’re still getting the issues we discovered then sorted out. A friend of Naomi’s summed it up perfectly. She said she applauded us for taking our destinies into our own hands. Tweet