Sometimes I wish people can see things through my eyes. They may risk being infected with my cynicism. But they will see a more beautiful, diverse world.
If you are stretched to the breaking point, just keep stretching. Don’t break.
To be a true leader, the ability to lie to your team members in their face without showing a sign of grimace or hesitation is a must.
There is, however, one even more important detail that is not to be missed.
You need to build the trust first so that your team members buy into your lies.
Failing to do that means everything, even the truest thing that came out from your mouth, is a lie. A full-blown destruction.
No, we don’t, if you only plan to dedicate 10 minutes of your night to me for a text-messaging conversation.
A “sorry” on whatsapp also doesn’t mend a heart which you broke into millions of pieces.
I know it’s not your fault, but I feel better if I just blame it on you.
Isn’t it weird?
In a place where I was born and raised, I feel more alienated than my three-year stint in a county where kangaroos bounce and Koalas hug trees.
It’s been 3 months since we last spoke. I hope you are well.
Can we be friends again?