Tag: personal growth

Fueling Good

How do we hold F.A.S.T. to goodness amidst COVID-19?

Reading Time: 2 minutes How do we hold F.A.S.T. to goodness amidst COVID-19? In celebration of Good Deeds Day, we have contributed a short video (albeit not the best production quality) on how you can do good from your home. We can still #dogood and #fuelgd and COVID-19 is not going to stop us! Good Deeds Day (see www.good-deeds-day.org)…
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How COVID-19 Messes with Our Minds…

Reading Time: < 1 minute We have been living with COVID-19 for almost two months now and this may be taking its toll on our mental well-being. But how so? Let’s break down why COVID-19 could be a lethal concoction for breaking one mental well-being and what we can do about it: Want to learn more about how you can…
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Feed Yourself First

Reading Time: < 1 minute A mother of a 6-year old boy, a 4-year old girl and a 3-year old business.

God, I Cannot Take This Anymore! COVID-19 is Driving Me Crazy!

Reading Time: 14 minutes We have a trial on our hands, a major one! For many of us, we may already be grappling with several trials before COVID-19 hit us; challenges faced at work, at the home front, in our relationships, our health, our finances and/or in church and our ministry. Then came the COVID-19 outbreak, which adds on…
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Thriving Thoughts #3 – Significantly Busy or Busy with Significance?

Reading Time: < 1 minute Thriving Thoughts #3 – Busy? Are you living a significantly busy life or are you busy living a significant life? ~ James Lim Want to begin living a significant and thriving life and not burn out? Join our upcoming events to learn more or help yourself to some of our resources. We look forward to…
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You can Win the Right Battles this Year

Reading Time: 7 minutes It seemed like not too long ago that we were taking in the sights and sounds of the New Year countdown and rejoiced (or heaved a sigh of relief), as we closed the year and crossed over into a new one. The Secret Yearnings for Fresh Starts For many of us, new years are somewhat…
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What Cake can Teach Us about Thriving over Burnout in Life

Reading Time: 3 minutes We might have used the phrase “burned out” at some points in our lives to express how tired we are. But far from being just a “passing phase”, burnout can have serious implications on life, as it continues to rob us of it. What is Burnout? Here at Emmaus, we want to help people understand…
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Keep Me Burning by Enoch Li

Reading Time: < 1 minute We are really blessed to have been able to connect with another mental well-being advocate from Beijing. Enoch Li, Social Entrepreneur & Managing Director of Bearapy, and Author of “Stress in the City: Playing My Way Out of Depression” shares… Sometimes, we don’t want to go on, we want to shut down, close up, and…
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A Tale of Two Cities – Come and Say “Hi”

Reading Time: 2 minutes Over the next week, Emmaus will be out and about sharing about the two topics we are passionate about; Strategic Volunteer Partnerships and Mental Well-Being. We will be in covering these in 2 cities; Bangkok and Singapore. First, we will be at Halls 405 and 406 of the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre from…
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Everyone Deserves to be Appreciated

Reading Time: 6 minutes Appreciate: “to recognize how good someone or something is and to value him, her, or it” Are You One of Them? “Nobody notices, nobody cares!” If you catch these thoughts running through your mind and are often frustrated and unmotivated at work, there is a high possibility that you may be under-appreciated by your supervisors…
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