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success

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  1. Yale-NUS College graduation

    Commentary: True grit is a key predictor of success

    Staying power to see things through helps predict success and might be a skill that can be taught, says one observer from the Financial Times.
  2. A minimalist living and dining room

    Commentary: Is a minimalist home the route to personal success?

    Minimalism is touted as a home makeover concept that brings clarity and simplicity to our lives. But, asks NUS Professor Leonard Lee, is it about ...
  3. file photo phone woman 2

    Commentary: Why you should promise to do less this year

    People typically resolve to accomplish more goals at the start of each year but burying yourself in workaholism muddles your focus, says the ...
  4. New Bedok library 2

    Commentary: Of course we don’t read poetry. We’re Singaporean

    Where a National Arts Council survey found that Singaporeans read only a book a year, Singapore’s youth poet ambassador argues that literature has ...
  5. working office laptop smartphone woman typing

    Commentary: Blindly following best practice can make lemmings of us all

    Slavishly mimicking good examples may lead leaders and workers to the cliff edge, says the Financial Times’ Andrew Hill.
  6. Champions League - Manchester City Press Conference

    Man City's current form no guarantee of success, says Guardiola

    Manchester City's stunning form does not guarantee them success at the end of the season, manager Pep Guardiola said on Tuesday.
  7. Office workers walk to the train station during evening rush hour in the financial district of Sing

    Commentary: Career resilience is more than just bouncing back

    Years of coaching CEOs, workers and students have taught the NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates’ director that being resilient is one of the ...
  8. Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Wales vs Australia

    Rugby - Gatland says Wales have no fear ahead of New Zealand clash

    Warren Gatland says the fear that once gripped Welsh sides when facing New Zealand will not be there at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday when ...
  9. Jack Neo I Not Stupid was the 2002 social commentary on the tough Singapore education system

    Commentary: Are we still missing the point of education?

    The official narrative surrounding education has been changing, but is this powerful enough to uproot entrenched views in society, asks Channel ...
  10. primary school students

    Commentary: Many pathways to success, GEP is but one

    Why do so many parents strive to get their kids into the gifted programme? June Yong discusses the opportunities a gifted programme offers students.