“To learn something new, you need to try new things and not be afraid to be wrong.”
Roy T. Bennett
"A goal without proper actions is just a dream, and knowledge is nothing without the ability to apply it. Learning is meaningless unless we make use of the knowledge we learned for good."
"Keep yourself in the know."
If you are passionate about education, personal growth and development, a lifelong learner who keeps a to learn list and make continued learning a priority regardless of your age, well, you have come to the right place.
I created this blog to track my progress and to remind myself that some of the best things in life happen only outside the comfort zone. I believe the sole purpose of our lives is to stretch our boundaries and go after the best version of ourselves, what it means to be "me", who should I aspire to be.
Hi! My name is Stacey Chiew and welcome to my personal growth blog. I am an educator, artists, a TeachSDGS Ambassador for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and a writer cum editor for Dreamic educational magazine.
Being who I am, loving what I do, the job titles and responsibilities that are given to me by the people I work with are merely a reflection of my inner world, what I am passionate about.
If we want to get better, we have to keep improving. No shortcut! The world's best life coaches and motivational speakers have one thing in common: they all develop a habit of lifelong learning. They believe continuous personal growth is essential to success. Brian Tracy, Jack Ma, Bo Eason, Natalie Ledwell, Lisa Nichols, Jack Canfield are just a few good examples.
We all know that opportunities only knock on the doors of those who are prepared. There is a saying, God helps those who help themselves. Without a growth mindset, it is impossible to take our life or work to the next level and carve out the life or career we desire successfully.
A goal without proper actions is just a dream, and knowledge is nothing without the ability to apply it. Learning is meaningless unless we make use of the knowledge we learned for good. Prioritize what is truly important and take the necessary steps to get there. We owe it to ourselves to be the best that we can be.