Seamus Phan

Speaker, Author, Strategist, Technologist, Artist

Tag: longevity

Eastern Orthodox Cross in Church

Leadership and Life Lessons from my reposed mum

My mum passed away in the night. She has braved cancer for more than half a year, and after all the struggles, reposed. When she died, she was shriveled and tiny. We managed to rally around my dad, and got a doctor to certify her death. On November 3, I led the liturgy and laid her ashes to the ocean as she wished. It was a fitting closure as I baptized her in faith as well so many years ago.

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Iris

Branding and the Art of Truth

In the geopolitical buildup we see in the news lately, one shiny example has emerged – that truth lasts longer as the tool to build a brand, rather than mere oratory skills or even deception.

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Tradition and our humanity

Tradition is a good thing, even as we migrate forward in time and technology. Tradition preserves our roots, our heritage, our culture, and our humanity.

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scoliosis

Conquer our limitations and thrive

What do successful athletes like professional golfer Stacy Lewis, Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt, Olympic swimmer Jenny Thompson, and pro tennis player James Blake have in common – besides their sporting successes?

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Marketing is about strategy, not mere tactics

When you think about marketing, what comes to mind? Is it merely the dictionary definition of providing goods or services to meet customer needs? Or something much more?

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Age empowers one to grow – not impede

It is right to respect elders, because they bring wisdom and strength of character to empower and nurture the younger generation. But what happens when an elder walks in the opposite direction?

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