Month: August 2015

Fly! Really. Fly High.

Wow I’m really so excited for the progress of IKI!! :))) We’re truly flying! For everyone who doesn’t know yet, I started a social media marketing and consulting company last November to encourage Singaporeans to dream bigger, and most importantly, to lead meaningful lives. The parent company is IKI MAGAZINE, and our content marketing arm is IKIGUIDE. Both are doing extremely well–I’m quite proud! 🙂 While we are still a humble start-up, I’m so grateful towards my permanent parttimers who have stuck with me for so long. 🙂 I’m sorry I can’t pay you more, but what this taught me is the value of passion. YES! Thank you for sticking out with me!!  I hope we can continue to keep this idea alive. Here are the two awesome advertisements we are currently running. Quite nice right!! If you are a good fit, drop us an email at . Because we have to do f2f meetups with clients, you have to be based in Singapore to apply, ok? ^^ Till then, dream big!! 🙂 ❤

This year’s SG50– what’s next?

Today I want to blog about something close to heart. After all my experiences in Finland, I really do think more Singaporeans should learn to think long-term. This implies that we should learn NOT to think so short-term, not to be myopic, and not to lapse into the “me myself and I” psyche. So, today I want to briefly blog about three ways on how we, as young Singaporeans, can make a difference to our immediate community. For the next fifty years, I hope more young people can learn to have a vision, dream bigger and establish a solid standing for Singapore on the global stage. In other words, always insist on becoming a better version of your current self, and always insist on expanding your thought and experience horizon. 1. Develop opinions, defend them, but do not be afraid of changing your mind.  Increasingly, making a difference anywhere in the world has become increasingly about first having an opinion and then standing by your opinion. Now this takes guts and strength of character, because it means standing up for what …