This article is part of a five-article series, inspired by my trip to the Mt. Everest Base Camp. This episode explores one of my most important personal philosophies when it comes to travels in general and hikes in particular. Continue reading →
This article is part of a five-article series, inspired by my trip to the Mt. Everest Base Camp. This episode explores what I believe is the most important trait of any team’s members, the “secret sauce” of a successful team: humility. Continue reading →
This article is part of a five-article series, inspired by my trip to the Mt. Everest Base Camp. This episode explores our team – how it was formed, the dynamics within it, and why it’s a model case on how to build a team. Continue reading →
A local celebrity, if you can call him that, was ‘unveiled’ to the public not too long ago, to mixed reactions from the Internet. Why? Because he is now the result of the Cosmetic Surgery to End All Cosmetic Surgeries for Men. Here’s what I’m talking about.
While I generally ignore 99% of all celebrity-related issues in this country, I couldn’t let this pass. The kid’s transformation (if you clicked the link above), unfortunately, forgets the answer(s) to a very important question young men and women need to ask of themselves everyday. Continue reading →
The past couple of months has been a tough journey, in more ways than one.
I decided to buy a home.
And it’s one of the craziest experiences I have ever gone through. Continue reading →
The Internet and social media are obviously great. They help us find stuff in just a few clicks, or reconnect with old friends. But there is a very real risk of these two wonderful inventions taking over our lives – together with our relationships with others and personal productivity. How do we keep “connection addiction” under control? Continue reading →
It has been five years since I became an adman.
About one month before I put pen to paper, I was going through a mini “quarter life crisis”. I had very little resources, very little work experience (just 18 months at that point), and not many choices. I had just finished the Foreign Service Officer (FSO) Examinations – the toughest and most draining test I’ve ever taken – and with a pending application at Shell (the oil company), I would either be an anonymous researcher in the petroleum industry, or an agent of the government.
Neither one was particularly glamorous for someone barely out of school.