Why Volunteering Can Develop Your Leadership Skills

I remem­ber 10 years ago when one of my class­mates in col­lege encour­aged me to be part of the stu­dent gov­ern­ment in which I refused because I don’t like to asso­ciate with peo­ple. I’m an intro­vert and I had oth­er impor­tant things to do and I want...

How to Make People Laugh

If you grew to be a serious person, and no one dares to talk with you, the chances are you were boring to converse with. Probably you’re one of the many people in this world who were pretty sick at your tasteless and boring you. Or perhaps you wanted to make your...

Fight For Something Rather Than Nothing

George Pallon said, “Fight for something rather than live for nothing.” Have you ever thought why many peo­ple don’t come too close to achiev­ing their dreams? It’s sim­ple, they don’t fight for it. Har­ry Style author of Dare to Dream has some­thing to say about...

Doing These 7 Things Will Pay You Off Forever

It’s the last month of the year and before we cel­e­brate this sea­son that God gave us, I believe that reflect­ing on the past few months of this year could be a great thing for us to face the new year. Are you excit­ed about it? As I reflect, there were so many...

TED’s Secret to Great Public Speaking

Yes­ter­day, I’ve played a cou­ple of down­loaded TED Talks on my phone while rid­ing in a van going home at a late night. I was amazed, how these peo­ple were able to talk direct­ly to their thou­sands of audi­ence and made them con­nect­ed to what the speak­er is...

How to Give a Successful Icebreaker Speech

And so, I’ve decid­ed to join toast­mas­ters after being inspired by sto­ries I’ve heard that strug­gle the same pain I have — which is speak­ing inef­fec­tive­ly in pub­lic.  At first, I have doubts because join­ing toast­mas­ters will be anoth­er addi­tion­al...