Braving the Burnout: How Millennials can redesign their life for Joy, Peace and Fulfilment

Around the 15th of last month, I experienced the very thing I dreaded for the longest time. I maxed out my mobile internet data within 2 weeks. And I had another 2 more weeks to survive. This usually happened a few days before my data renewal date but this time, things got real. I had … Continue reading Braving the Burnout: How Millennials can redesign their life for Joy, Peace and Fulfilment

Top 10 Millennial Stereotypes that are commonly misinterpreted – Part 2

6. Being Young & Inexperienced Many managers have to restrain from dismissing Millennials as a bunch of kids playing 'office'. This is hardly a new phenomenon. Everyone likes to poke fun at the newbie, and everyone got their share of teasing when they started working. However, it's time to shift that mindset They aren't kids … Continue reading Top 10 Millennial Stereotypes that are commonly misinterpreted – Part 2

Top 10 Millennial Stereotypes that are commonly misinterpreted – Part 1

When looking at different areas of diversity and inclusion, you will be hard-pressed to find a topic as full of stereotypes and misconceptions as generational diversity. It's really surprising at just how many labels people are willing to slap on Millennials (or any other generation) right to their faces. In a world that is becoming … Continue reading Top 10 Millennial Stereotypes that are commonly misinterpreted – Part 1

How to establish a kick-ass morning routine to get shit done – Part 2

In the second part of this series, I'm going to share in detail how you can establish a kick-ass morning routine to get shit done. But before that, if you missed part one, click here. Now, onto the good stuff. I've tried countless times to build an early morning routine but failed miserably after a … Continue reading How to establish a kick-ass morning routine to get shit done – Part 2