Seriously, I am stumped on what to write for this article, although the urge to write anything is strong today.
Why the title “Know Thy Self, Thy Health and Thy Intention”?
We as human being is a very smart creature but over time, as we grew, our mind became cluttered with much data that was co-created along our life journey. These data can be good and bad.
The good data will craft you into a smart thinking, well organized and refine person and the bad data will ‘sabotage’ your success, mindset and perspective in life.
Having started working and ‘mixing’ with people since the age 17 in 1977 till today, I realized that everything will eventually come back to square one on one fine day.
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“The BIG push means being able to develop and sustain momentum toward your goal; it is the process of actively replacing excuses with winning habits, the ultimate excuses blockers. Moreover, it is being willing to go to the wall for what you want or believe in, to push beyond your previous mental and physical limits, no matter what it takes.” -? Lorii Myers, No Excuses, The Fit Mind-Fit Body Strategy Book
Why should you be reading this blog? Who is this guy anyway ?
A brief history about William Siong, an ordinary guy from Singapore.
“Like most people, I was raised in a poor environment without the luxury of most middle-class families who own houses, cars and wear nice clothing but fortunately I do not have to beg for my daily needs as my parent were cobblers who earned enough to raise 2 children on their own”
“I was also told that in order to live life abundantly, we need a good education in order to find a good salaried job BUT I never like studying because of the constant tests and examinations in school.”
“At end of school session, I would be playing soccer, basketball, “roundus” and anything that is a trend during that period in time. And always reaching home late with dirtied clothing and getting cane eventually”
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We can no more afford to spend major time on minor things than we can to spend minor time on major things. -- Jim Rohn