Yin Teing

Why having a tough first job is good for your future career

There is a young lady that shared with me that she is having a tough time. After her graduation, she found a job as a wealth planner working for one of the top banks in Singapore. She is based in the branch which requires her to work on a 6 days week. 6 days week? [...]

So you wanna be a full time YouTuber instead of working for someone?

You have been watching YouTubers who inspire you with their success to fame stories. Not feeling confident? Don’t know how to take good videos and audio and edit them? No worries, there are TONNES of FREE YouTube videos out there showing you the detailed way of how to outline, shoot, edit, publish and promote your [...]

Consideration before you resign due to bad bonus

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It is the beginning of the year where most companies are issuing out bonuses. Chances are… Your bonus may be lower than previous years. Before you get angry and upset with management, please understand that times are tough. The economy worldwide is very bad. The retail business are suffering, malls are closing down, companies are [...]

Unfair work distribution? Consolation of doing others’ work

Unfair work distribution

You would have encountered the situation whereby work that were supposed to be done by other colleagues/department gets allocated to you. I’ve met different types of colleagues in my working life (which you may be able to relate): The tai chi king and queens- those who try to justify and push their work to others. [...]

Channeling your creativity towards a successful career/ business

Channeling creativity at work

If you are creative by nature and do not like the restrictive corporate culture (fixed working hours, sit in office the whole day and the depressing commute), it does not mean that you need to resign to the fact that you will be poor for the rest of your life. Learn to channel your creativity [...]