Attitude matters

We should never be afraid to say “I don’t know” at work. There is no shame in not knowing something since it’s not possible to be an expert at everything and know it all. What matters is one’s honesty and attitude when facing “I don’t know” moments. I believe that we will go far if:

  • we work on turning “I don’t know” moments into “let’s figure it out” opportunities
  • we are curious about the unknown and willing to learn new things to find answers
  • we work together to share knowledge and leverage each others’ strengths

I often value one’s attitude more than their knowledge and skills especially when it comes to team work. I enjoy working with someone who is honest and humble, and confident enough to admit they don’t have all the answers.  “I don’t know, but let me see what I can do.“, “I don’t know, but what do you think?” or “I don’t know, but let’s figure it out together.” attitude is what I think is important and I value.

It’s our attitude that matters and can make all the difference.

Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

Photo taken in Singapore, Gardens by the Bay 2018

North York Toronto

Explorer your neighbourhood and find hidden gems like parks, community gardens and lovely playground that I found in my area! You don’t need to go too far to find that perfect spot for your next picnic. 🤗 #exploreryourneighbourhood #staycation #northyork #toronto

Cherry Blossoms @ High Park

Went there after work today, its almost in full bloom – 85%. It’s magical!

If you live in Toronto area, it’s easy to get there by TTC.

  • Get off at High Park Station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line
  • Park’s North entrance is about 2 mins walk from the station


Toronto Strong

Be thankful for today and now, tomorrow and later is never promised to anyone.
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#TorontoStrong

Shaved ice 

Black sesame + shaved iced milk + red beans + almonds + Korean rice cake 

It’s a must try @ the cups Yom Yom