In our earlier article, we explored how a habit loop can be formed, and the impact it might have on our lives.
As William James, a famous psychologist, once said:
All our life, so far as it has definite form, is but a mass of habits
Achieving financial well-being is thus also about mastering our habits so that the good ones remain to make our lives more efficient while the bad ones are...Read More
As I read Charles Duhigg’s “The Power of Habit“, an “OH” moment occurred to me. Most of the actions I perform each day were not a product of my decision-making but a habit. Habits developed through choices that I make intentionally at the beginning, and then at some point as the brain looks for ways to save effort, becomes auto-pilot.
Duhigg puts it this way:...Read More
Last Saturday, YWLC organised a hackathon for Social Change with a focus on empowering women in the community. Cynthia and I were proud to be part of the change-makers involved in this hackathon.
The experience for me was an amazing, humbling and inspiring one. It was a pleasure to meet all the other change-makers and to hear their different stories of the social work they do to...Read More
In my last week’s article, I wrote about what skills were necessary to survive in life. Looking back, I am not 100% certain that having the knowledge or being educated on these skills are sufficient. After all, it’s one thing to be book-smart, and another to be street-smart.
When I was in my mid 20s, I had friends asking me what they should do with their money....Read More
When I was 15, I questioned the benefits of learning binomial theorem and its application to my life. 2 decades later, this question still remains unanswered. Today, I am recognised as an adult legally and expected to be an adult. This “adulting” process has been challenging and while I respect that life cannot be as structured as a classroom, there were definitely some skills...Read More