• Dream BIG

    This June, I returned to Taiwan for a personal leave, and had opportunities meeting working professionals (I always love meeting new people!).  We talked just about anything – life, interest, career growth, and future in Taiwan.  Despite their hard-working ethics, most of people I met somehow felt limited possibilities at where they are and their career outlooks also sounded pessimistic . When I asked them why they felt such limitations in their career, they often replied by saying, “the environment is difficult, because …”  And then, they would go on talking about their children, schools, and their own work-life balance. Dream Big with positivities & possibilities As a coach, I always believe we all can…

  • Powerful Questions that My Father Asks Me

    Taiwan may be the only place on earth celebrating father’s day on August 8th.  During WWII, the Republic of China government chose a date when families could honor soldiers and fathers who died during the war.   In Chinese, number 8 is pronounced as bā (八) and the sound is similar to the informal word for father,bà (爸).  August 8th (bābā) then became official father’s day, celebrating all 爸爸(bàbà) during WWII.  Fast forward to today, the tradition of father’s day on August 8th remains in Taiwan. Living outside of Taiwan for 22 years, I still call my father every father’s day.  In every phone call, my father makes his points on life with powerful questions to…