There’s a famous saying: don’t compare your Behind The Scenes to another person’s Greatest Hits showcase. Some people look successful, but you don’t know the hardships they have had to face to get to where they are now.
Switching course from Mathematics to English is a huge leap for most, but it was simply the most logical choice.
Feeling hopeless, I have come to terms with the fact that I won’t ever be able to study film.
Malaysians are among the worst when it comes to work/life balance – I was one of the many casualties of the modern overworked lifestyle.
Truth is, there are a lot of shady bosses out there. Either they’ve been exposed or their deeds have been kept in silence by unwilling parties.
As a stay-at-home mum, I’ve drawn some flak from relatives and friends who think I am wasting my overseas education and job skills and resources.
Job-hopping may net you a higher salary and good career advancement, but can be problematic in the long run unless you avoid committing these red flags.
If you’re looking for a profitable business to invest in or perhaps a new career in a fresh and booming industry, you may want to consider the hemp industry. Why? Because hemp could be Malaysia’s new cash crop.
We love proactive, helpful managers. Those willing to guide us and make sure we become good at what we do. These are who we call leaders. But then, there are those who have no idea what they’re doing, and neither help nor guide those under them.
In any business, one motto that’s always echoed is “The customer is always right”.