Adrian Kok and Everlyn Ling invited me for their 15th year anniversary on running Kanyin Publications. To think I almost passed this up, as this was just one day after my own office warming party – and I had to work on a launch this weekend!
The event was held at Eco Sanctuary and wow, the landscape and houses here are gorgeous! The classy interior and environment made me realize I need to 10X my thinking and income if I were to afford next level lifestyle… haha!
It was a few hours, and I got to meet other Kanyin authors as well. Amazing experience overall!
It’s the third year since I founded Musemancer! Unlike last year I decided to go for something different and not Halloween Party. Because we had moved into a new office not long ago, we had an office warming party to celebrate both the new milestone and our anniversary.
The Friday night event was limited to our business friends and workshop students, and we kept it relatively simple. Boy, the food ran out quick though… not only everyone we invited showed up, we had an additional six guests from the Philippines led by Dexter Pagnaliwan!
Thanks everyone for showing up and being part of our journey as Musemancer grows 🙂
It was a short notice, and I booked a last minute flight to Singapore to attend the World E-Commerce Summit. In part to support Jaz Lai‘s event, and also to meet and network with people here.
Frankly I had nothing much beyond a vague agenda and because I’m not into E-Commerce, I had little expectations. So imagine my surprise at how productive the weekend was – meeting my Coaching Client (and in the process of closing another!), getting things done with my behind-the-scenes business partner, hanging out with Isabel, and also meeting new and old faces alike!
Suddenly I wished the weekend was longer.
A game I would play nearly every weekend since July 2009, but in the last two years I didn’t play anywhere near as often. In fact, played Airsoft only a total of 3 times last year.
And this was the third game for the year to date.
At my peak, I had a total of 15 Airsoft guns in my collection! But last year, I forecast playing this sport less thus I sold most of my toys away and keep a handy 4.
To think I spent most of my weekends in my 20s playing this. It’s been great fun, however I had also missed out on other things I could have done.
While I remain focus and committed to growing my Internet business, I find myself doing a wider variety of activities in the last 12 to 18 months alone: dated more, joined obstacle courses, attending social dances, and this coming weekend parkour and freerunning basics.
This means playing Airsoft a lot less than before but one thing is for sure: every time I’m back to the jungle, it’s always home away from home.