Tag: Thrive Writer – James

Fueling Good

Helping Individuals, Organizations, & Communities Thrive – Our Story

Reading Time: 6 minutes Helping Individuals, Organizations, & Communities Thrive The story first appeared on https://www.asianentrepreneur.org/james-lim-lead-thrive-synergist-founder-at-emmaus-strategies/ What’s your story? Motivated by people who had “invested” effort into my life, to help me grow as a person, and also wanting to do something to help people in need, I made the decision to pursue my university degree in Social Work.…
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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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Free COVID-19 Event Advisory Template

Reading Time: < 1 minute With the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 as a pandemic and countries putting in place more social distancing and precautionary measures to curb the further spread of it, Emmaus Strategies has also reviewed how we will proceed with our programmes from here and we would like to also share some resources below. We will continue…
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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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COVID-19 Transmission of Thanks Featured on Global Stage

Reading Time: 2 minutes We are thrilled to have Operation #TransmitThanks mentioned on Thomson Reuters by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and on TODAY Online. Article Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-health-business/with-ai-learning-and-recycled-soap-social-businesses-step-in-as-coronavirus-spreads-idUSKCN20L2IA While many may grapple with the fear of human-to-human transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 worldwide, we have endeavoured to encourage the human-to-human transmission of a different kind; of positive vibes…
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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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How We Can Thrive Over COVID-19

Reading Time: 6 minutes How should we respond to the current COVID-19 situation in our country and community? Can we really thrive over this virus? Here are 3 things I have come to realise as I reflected upon our current uncomfortable situation this morning: A Time to Reset The city of Wuhan, where it all started with the current…
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Your Thank Yous can Help our Community Combat the Virus

Reading Time: 5 minutes Look out for the TransmitThanks Idea Bank below which is regularly updated. The New Realities of Life with COVID-19 For many of us, the arrival of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus in Singapore has brought with it its share of anxiety and inconveniences. While scientists and medical professionals race against time to try to understand this…
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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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How Should We Engage Volunteers during Disease Outbreak?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The ongoing community effort to prevent community spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus could leave many social purpose entities asking, “how should we proceed from here with our volunteer partnerships?” While the cases identified are non-residents and there have been no reports of the community spread of the disease to date, we should do all that…
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