Deliberated Explorations

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We are about to wrap up this year. It is time to review the few writings I have shared over the past twelve months that flew by. I had the chance to pause, reflect, write and refine deep thoughts and observations in-between tests, learning, and engagement, whether on a duo, team, network or community – level, in the context of the pandemic and shifts in my life and work.

What is the common thread of my writings this year? Deliberated explorations.

In Pluriversal, I kick-started the year by going deep into my Asian roots, defragging my thinking and breaking free learning.

In Healthy and Synchronicity, I shared observations on bringing back our sanity and looking for synchronicity in our lives and work.

In Embracing a community, I used the flight experience/onboarding metaphor to share my reflection and questions on community onboarding and engagement.

In March, I was grateful for the contributions of the women and the uniqueness of this month.

In Brittleness, I shared observations on business culture and mindset shifts.

In Seeds, I highlighted thoughts and experiences related to shifting, urgent optimism, blogging, future skills, superpowers, and Norway.

In Feed, I expand my latest post to share my working and learning activities for the past few weeks.

In Breed, I keep on cultivating my share of working and learning out’s activities.

In Weed, I wrapped the series of four blog posts to share observations and thoughts on shifting and learning.

In Summer Musings, I captured the readings, music playlist and exhibits I handpicked.

In Plurality, I was deliberated on the ways and which I developed habits and designed, nudged and created my glossary.

In Momentum, I shared my latest learnings and observations on upskilling and deskilling.

In Rippling, I amplify observations and thoughts on kindness, agility and experiences.

Thanks to Ryan Tracey for his post ‘Indecent proposals‘. It inspires me to review my posts for this year.

I wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas and the crème de la crème for the new year!

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