Seamus Phan

Speaker, Author, Strategist, Technologist, Artist

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Running the marathon against the COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19 has begun to look more like COVID-20, as it dominates and fuels much of the conversations on the mainstream media and social media as well. To you and I, leaders and business owners alike, this situation is unpleasant and leaves many unknowns. But some things are certain.

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The meaning of life is simple. Are you brave enough to embrace it?

Apathy is a social ill that is increasingly pervasive. And yet, people are craving to find the meaning of life. What then, is the answer?

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Discernment and genuine charity

There is an increase in incidents of people who may prey on the compassion of people to get things or monies they don’t deserve. And yet, there are also people who truly deserve help in many ways. We need discernment.

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Footsteps in snow

A bucket list, not a shopping list

What do we hope to achieve before our expiry on this planet? What kind of footprints do we hope to leave behind?

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The Mochi shop and the 3 benefactors

In the Chinese culture, “gui ren” (貴人) are benefactors who have helped us at some point of our lives when we faced some challenges, or to lift us to greater heights. Here is a true story of a small Taiwanese confectionery shop when it faced closure.

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Business School? Study history instead

The notion that attending a business school to get ahead is idealism at best. You are probably better off simply studying human history instead.

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