Change starts from YOU

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One day, all the employees reached the office and they saw a big notice on the door which it has written:

“Yesterday the person who has been hindering your growth in this company passed away. We invite you to join the funeral in the gym.”

In the beginning, they all felt sad for the death of one of their colleagues, but after a while, they started getting curious to know who was that man who had hindered the growth of his colleagues and the company itself.

As people reached the coffin, the excitement stated to build up.

Everyone thought:

“Who is this guy who was hindering my progress? Well, at least he died!”.

One by one the employees got closer to the coffin, and when they looked inside it, they suddenly became speechless.

They stood nearby the coffin, shocked and in silence, as if someone had touched the deepest part of their soul.

Inside the coffin, there was a mirror and everyone who looked inside it could see themselves. Next to the mirror was a sign that said:

“There is only one person who is capable to set limits to your growth: IT IS YOU”



You are the only person who can transform your life.

You are the only person who can influence your happiness, your realization and your success.

You are the only person who can help yourself.

Your life does not really change as significantly when your boss changes, when your friends change, when your parents change, when your partner changes, when your company changes.

 But Your life changes more meaningfully and notably when YOU change, when you go beyond your limiting beliefs, when you realize that you are the only one responsible for your life.


The most important relationship you can have, is the one you have with yourself.

Examine yourself, Watch yourself.

Don’t be afraid of difficulties, impossibilities, and losses.

BE A WINNER, build yourself and your reality.


The world is like a mirror: it gives back the refection of the thoughts in which one has strongly believed.

The world and your reality are like mirrors laying in a coffin, which show any individual the death of his divine capability to imagine and create his happiness and success.

 It is the way YOU face life that MAKES the difference.

Drop a message at or contact us at +65 8388 0500 (Singapore) or +6016 626 1591 /+6012 649 6500 (Malaysia) for more information about living the life you design, learn more about yourself and how you can help others. You may also fix a non-obligatory call or meet up session to find out more.

The Tree

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I remember one day chatting with a young friend who had issues with life.

He was unhappy with life and the job he was holding. He seemed to have lots of reasons to be unhappy and unsatisfied.

Then I asked him if he ever noticed the trees. “Huh?” was his reply. I asked him again if he noticed how some trees stood tall and strong. He nodded his head.

Then my next question to him was, “Do you realize that trees experience violent storms, hot sun, rain, strong wind and lots more?”.

They are battered but not beaten. These trees continue to grow strong and tall. Birds will surround the old tree and it will even have blooms. When I see that, I see joy and pride in a tree.”

Imagine how the tree would feel being exposed to sun, rain, storm, dry season, rubbish, people abusing it. Our life is like that too.

We are exposed to a lot of hardships, abusive people, difficult experiences and many adversities. At the same time, we are exposed to happiness, joy, funny moments and people.

We are surrounded with negativity as well as positivity but which do we choose?

Are we battered and beaten? Or can we choose to be like the tree? 

Standing tall, strong and proud. To have birds chirping and singing beautiful songs and flowers blooming is probably a wonderful feeling for the tree; that it is appreciated and loved.

When we stand tall and proud of our life, we will be surrounded with positive people and loved.

We need to be deeply rooted, always searching for good, positive things as well as people to grow and make life better for ourselves and also for others.

Are you a strong tree, deeply rooted and holding strong in order to survive and living life to the fullest?

Drop a message at or contact us at +65 8388 0500 (Singapore) or +6016 626 1591 /+6012 649 6500 (Malaysia) for more information about living the life you design, learn more about yourself and how you can help others. You may also fix a non-obligatory call or meet up session to find out more.

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Happy International Evaluate Your Life Day!

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Where do you measure up?
How are you performing in the different aspects of your life now?
Do you feel balanced, or have you been making sacrifices on certain parts of your life?

Evaluate Your Life Day was created to encourage people to check out what’s going on in their lives, and to set things on the proper course.

I personally like to use the Wheel of Life as a regular check on how I am performing in different aspects of my life. As much as all of us are striving to achieve our dreams, we sometimes lose track of our vision and get ourselves a little rugged up. I find this tool very useful in evaluating if I might be short changing certain aspects of my life to fulfill another.

It’s mid October now. Just another 2 more months till 2018 ends. This may be a good time to evaluate your life!

Are you living your Life by Design, or by default?


Smile & the Whole World Smiles with You!

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SMILE & the Whole World Smiles with You!
Did you know SMILING is contagious?
1. Shifts you out of a negative perspective & keeps you positive
2. Makes you look more attractive, likeable & younger
3. Increases productivity
4. Lengthens your life by reducing stress
5. Encourages trust & build relationships
Nothing makes me happier than seeing a big smile on the face of the people I love.
Start releasing those endorphins!
Spread HAPPINESS today!
Flash your SMILE!


Decluttering – Part 2 update (quick tip)

By ABNLP, Billy Kueek, Change, Coaching, Corporate training, Hypnosis, NLP, Personal Development, Time Line Therapy, Training, Uncategorized

On the matter of decluttering paper and documents, here is a quick tip on those papers that you should keep but are oh so fiddly. I am referring to receipts, especially for warranty purposes.  You need to keep receipts as proof of purchase when you may need to get the item repaired within the warranty period, yet nowadays, the receipts are printed on heat sensitive paper which fades over time.

One easy way to keep track of all this is to take a snapshot of the receipt and email it to yourself. Create a new folder in your email to store all such documents. To make it easier to search, the email subject should contain the item details, name of store and the expiry date (rather than the date of purchase).

For example, Philips kettle, Harvey Norman, 3rd June 2017.

This makes it easy for you to find the right receipt without opening all your emails, and when the expiry date has passed, you can delete the email. Most stores will accept a reprinted copy of the receipt, but do check when you are purchasing the item.

Decluttering your Life – part 2

By ABNLP, Billy Kueek, Change, Coaching, Corporate training, Hypnosis, NLP, Personal Development, Time Line Therapy, Training, Uncategorized

Now that you have decided to start decluttering, you are wondering where to start. While there is no hard and fast rule on this, here is a suggested sequence to follow:

  • Clothes
  • Books, papers and documents
  • Sentimental items, gifts, “just in case” items
  • Photos
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Store


First of all, anything that is the wrong size or wrong colour has to go. What is the point of keeping that dress you have which is 2 sizes too small, hoping that one day you will be able to fit into it again? Or that blouse that is out of fashion, but may become fashionable again in say, 20 years! It has got to go.

If it is torn, or buttons missing, moth eaten, elastic worn out or just not your style, bin it. And that old T-shirt that has certainly seen better days but is so comfortably worn-in, if you won’t be seen in public in it, then it should not be seen at all.

Then there are items which you may have bought for “that occasion” which has not happened, or the bargains you picked up because the discount was too good to turn down, yet remains unworn.

Ask yourself for what purpose are you keeping those items of clothing. Do they serve any purpose apart from taking up space in your wardrobe. Stop kidding yourself that you will make use of it. It is only wishful thinking.


All important papers and documents should be filed neatly so that they can be found and accessed easily. Easier said than done as it is likely that they are all over the place rather than kept in a “to file” drawer or box. Again, like your clothes, you should take all your papers and documents and put them into a pile on your table (or floor) and sort them in one go.

Anything that is not important can be put in the recycling pile (or shredded). Those that you had planned to read but have not done so, time to throw them away into the recycling section. With the Internet bringing information in seconds, most of the papers we collect are not really needed. This included recipes that we may have cut out from newspapers and magazines as it is much easier to google for them.

If you are anything like me, you probably have at least 20 books in your home that you had bought but just never found the time to read. And the likelihood is that you never will. If the topic is not appealing enough, then give it away. Face the fact that the money spent on the book will benefit someone else, just not you.

Old books that have been read should also be given away. With the exception of classics and special books that you truly love (and will re-read), there is no need to keep a fully stocked library of books just to look well read. Let others enjoy them after you. You will be glad you did.

In our next posts, we will look at decluttering the next items on the list.

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