If you have dreams and goals then great, you’re already ahead of the game.

Preventing Financial Meltdown in a Marriage

You and I know that most weddings are very expensive. Bridal gowns would cost a bomb, along with bouquet arrangements, venue bookings and more. I had mentioned in my earlier blog post on how I do not fancy spending an arm and a leg, over an event that would be forgotten. In a marriage, you

Read More »

How did I deal with my Own Imposter Syndrome?

When I first embarked on the life coaching industry, I had only a handful of individuals, who were sceptical about what I do and some doubted my competency as a coach possibly after taking into consideration the missteps I made in the past (my past divorces 10 and eight years ago) and my introverted character.

Read More »

No More Meltdowns

A book review by Nur Amalina Ohrallayali , Educator with a background in Psychology  No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for managing and preventing out-of-control behaviour  Jed Baker Meltdown. A word that often parents shudder upon hearing it. Meltdowns stress them out and most of the time parents don’t know HOW to handle them. Well, if

Read More »

40% of Your Time is at Work, How Do We Make it Feel More Like Home?

Posted by Earl Allan, 26th April 2019 on https://www.tgimonday.com.sg/post/how-to-make-workplace-feel-like-home Updated: Dec 17, 2019 Most of us work at least 8 hours a day. That’s a third of our waking hours! Considering we spend so much time at work, shouldn’t the workplace feel like home? A place where we feel comfortable and safe, physically and emotionally.

Read More »

How I lead 2019 with ease and grace?

I am writing this blog because I am amazed with my own accomplishment. Previous new years resolutions had been like a to do list, bucket list or even a shopping list albeit accomplishing eighty percent and even a hundred percent of the lists in the past new years resolutions, I decided that this year, year

Read More »
walk, free, park-4666509.jpg

Moving on From Heartbreaks

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTY4gPs2ip4 Healing Journey – Episode 1 Having your heart broken could be a painful journey and could take you a long time to heal. You may be very cautious in your next relationship or you probably gave up on having a meaningful relationship altogether. Your heart could be broken in so many different ways, and

Read More »

How to be a Team Player in Your Marriage?

After making matrimonial vows, both husband and wife need to know that you have entered into a committed relationship. It comes with taking on new roles, new responsibilities, and new challenges not alone but with a partner for life. Here are some points on how you can be a team player in your marriage: #1

Read More »

Kids making a mess? Don’t fret, train them.

I have two boys and they loved making a lot of mess when they were toddlers. What do you expect? They were excited about being just a few years living on this planet. Imagine if you were at a place you had not been to and there were many new items and strange-looking things and

Read More »

4 Steps to Make your Child Listen to You

Ever experienced bad tantrums, cries and bawling from the little ones? Sick of having to deal with demands for new toys, candies or having to fight for the TV remote control? Here are the 4 simple steps to rectify their behaviour and if you do it consistently and with patience, you will have entire years

Read More »
K Self Mastery Calamity

Good Parenting Tip

What makes a good parent? A good parent strives to make decisions in the best interest of the child. A good parent doesn’t have to be perfect. No one is perfect. No parent is perfect. No child is perfect either … keeping this in mind is important when we set our expectations. But it doesn’t

Read More »
bolt, padlock, lock-1751089.jpg

3 Important Tips on How to Prevent Complications in Your Life

I am feeling generous this morning, read this and share in the comment section, which points would benefit you the most and why? How can we avoid complications (arguments, misunderstandings, hatred and enmity) in our daily lives? In our lives, we interact with people such as families, friends, neighbours, colleagues, community or members of our

Read More »

Why K Self-Mastery Coaching?

Every one of us needs a life coach. I can be your life coach. Here are some of the areas that I help my clients with: Finding your worth; Most of us tend to associate our self-worth to our wealth, status, health, physical appearances, accomplishments, our children, the person we marry, education, skills, charitable deeds

Read More »

Why is Positivity Important for Personal Growth?

I was exposed to positivity through the motivational camps or programs that I went to and from the books I’ve had read since I was a teenager. Positivity brought me to where I am today. I can experience inner peace in my day to day life no matter my challenges. After my first job at

Read More »

Can We Manage Our Time?

In session number 9 of K Mummy’s Focus Group, we discussed time management. In this blog, as usual, I will share the insights I’ve gotten from the session and also my take on time and how I “manage” it. First, we need to have an awareness as to how we relate to time. One mummy

Read More »

Stress Management

Last week, I facilitated session number 7 of K Mummy’s Focus Group, we discussed stress management and I began the session by showing them the following video. Tips for Managing Stress – YouTube Here are the tips mentioned in the video: Identify what triggers stress. Organise time base on your energy levels. Set smaller more

Read More »

Use of Tech, Mobile Gadgets and Social Media at Home

I remember the time when technology was first introduced in schools by batches and one of my clients shared her concern about her primary schooler learning solely from a mobile gadget. Back then, I was not a self-mastery life coach, I was a financial consultant and already had two children. The school that she sent

Read More »

Part 2: Why Do We Need Self-Dicipline?

In the previous blog, I shared the insights I got from the parents who attended Session 5 of K Mummy’s Focus Group on why we need to be disciplined. This blog is a continuation and I will share the insights I have gathered from the second half of the discussion. I asked the following questions,

Read More »

Why Do We Need Self-Discipline?

I am back again after we had our fifth K Mummy’s Focused Group discussion, on the 5th of June. I cannot believe that time flies and that we are going to have our sixth session this Saturday! Our members are gradually increasing too every week and I cannot wait to officially launch this platform to

Read More »

Get a Free e-Book worth S$19

K Self-Mastery strives to create awareness and promote self-discovery and support others to discover the existence of practical, individual, creative yet unifying and effective practices that promotes love, kindness, compassion, forgiveness, gratitude and wellness to the world.

Breaking the Cycle: How Negativity and Complaining Affect Personal Growth and Tips for Focusing on Self-Mastery Instead

Humans, by nature, are wired to seek pleasure and avoid pain. However, research in psychology and neuroscience has shown that humans are not always solely attracted to pleasure. We often find ourselves being attracted to negative emotions, which include complaining, suffering, and negativity. It has been observed that not everyone associates success or victories with

Read More »

Self-Mastery is about Noticing Your Red Flags Too

As humans, we all have a set of behaviors, habits, and tendencies that can either help or hinder our growth and progress in life. These red flags are like warning signs that signal us to take a step back and evaluate our choices and actions. But what happens when we fail to notice or acknowledge

Read More »

Growth Mindset Will Only Brings Us Closer to Our Goals

I competed against the best of the best from my club who were finalists in a Toastmasters speaking contest and I did not get to proceed to the next level. Although I was not able to see the performances of all of my fellow contestants, I get to see at least two fellow contestants performed

Read More »

Get a Free 30 min consultation

Book a FREE
30 Min
Discovery Call.

Book this appointment if you need to have a quick chat and strategise a possible plan to accomplish what is most important to you.

Scroll to Top