Author Archives : Jacqueline Teo

Creating Vision Boards


I’ve witnessed how vision boards work for my friends so this time, I thought I’ll give it a try when our mentor suggested it. If you have read the popular book, The Secret, you’ll understand the power of visualization.  By creating a vision board to display what you want and place it in a space where you see it often, you’re…

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7 Types of Energy Suckers to Avoid On Social Media


When we live and breathe social media, we will stumble upon the wrong crowd. These are the people who got us frustrated and upset unnecessarily by their posts and the way they communicate with you. They’re energy suckers. Identify these peeps and avoid them at all costs. I’m sure you can relate when I explain in details what these people…

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7 Effective Ways to Generate Positive Word-of-Mouth


Do you just walk into the store and make your first purchase of any products or services? You most likely will if it doesn’t cost you significantly or if it’s consumable goods. But if you’re purchasing, say a car or electronic gadgets, chances are you’ll ask someone else for opinions. You could also go online and read reviews of the…

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Embrace the Unfinished Work


Do you find yourself starting somethig but never did get it completed? Do you have many unfinished work but feel stuck and don’t know how you can get it out of the way? No perfectionists would want to hear something like “embracing the unfinished work.” Unfinished work is not perfect. We were taught that we should never show or submit…

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5 Rules I Have in My Business


It has been a little over 7 years since I left employment to start my own business. There were a lot of trials and errors along the way. I’ve lost money and time starting something then having it shut down a few months, some a few weeks later. It just didn’t work out because I didn’t know what I wanted.…

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10 Coffee Shop Etiquette to Follow in the Mobile Age


As mobile workers who prefer to work in a café rather than the office, we’ve done our fair share of café hopping. So, we came across a few “funny” characters and behaviours that we wish to highlight here. Nope, we’re not here to judge. We broke a few “rules” here ourselves when you get too comfortable in the places you…

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A Guide to Selling at Weekend Bazaars


If you’re a small business with products to sell, the best way to reach the audience to showcase your products is through weekend bazaars. Weekend bazaars are usually organized in neighbourhood malls, commercial buildings and even shopping malls.  You’re reaching out to the same crowds as the retail stores in the areas but without the commitment to all the time…

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How to Make Money with Print on Demand Websites


If you’re a creative person, you can make passive income by selling your designs on Print on Demand (POD) websites that allow you to upload your artworks and then have them printed on various kind of merchandises. You don’t need be a graphic designer or illustrator to do this although knowing how to churn out designs with Illustrator or Photoshop help…

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