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6 Steps to True Happiness

6 Steps to True Happiness

6 Steps to True HappinessPosted: 20 Feb 2011 08:02 PM PSTThis guest post was written by Chris Gaddis. I want to thank Marc and Angel for allowing me to be a guest on their blog.  Marc was [...]

Woman Executive Concerned About Job Searching and Pregnancy

Woman Executive Concerned About Job Searching and Pregnancy

Dear Gilbert, I read your website regularly for the very interesting and useful articles.  Having come across many stories about Singaporeans becoming jobless and/or having difficulty finding a [...]

Reconciling Ground Viewpoints with MOM Statistics

Reconciling Ground Viewpoints with MOM Statistics

Since the 1997 Asian financial crisis, critics of the ruling PAP (People’s Action Party) were unhappy with employment statistics from MOM (Ministry of Manpower). The points below would explain how [...]

My Homecoming

My Homecoming

Written by: Gilbert Goh I have  returned to Singapore on 29 Jan and many friends were amazed that I didn’t stay in Sydney for the long haul. I have been living  in Sydney for about three [...]

33-Year-Old Local Graduate Jobless For 2 Years And Feeling Lost

33-Year-Old Local Graduate Jobless For 2 Years And Feeling Lost

Hi Gilbert, First of all, thanks for producing a wonderful website to help those who are unemployed. I read many articles at the website and was consoled by that fact that I am not the only who [...]

Woman divorced husband who had affair with Vietnamese girl

Woman divorced husband who had affair with Vietnamese girl

Sandra is one of the many thousands of  Singaporeans who are divorced every year and she  has obliged us with an online interview. Out of the 21,000 marriages that are  registered yearly, 7,000 [...]

How Societies Prospered in the Last 1,000 Years

How Societies Prospered in the Last 1,000 Years

Flourishing economies help combat poverty through the creation of opportunity By Mark Milke Created: Jan 30, 2011 (Epoch Times) One thousand years ago, one-third of all babies died before their [...]

23-Year-Old Woman Battling Suicidal Thoughts After Job Termination

23-Year-Old Woman Battling Suicidal Thoughts After Job Termination

Dear Mr. Goh, I am writing this with regard  to your counselling services available as per stated on your 'transitioning' website. I am a 23-year-old Singaporean diploma holder who has been [...]

The Star Online: Coming polls promise to be fun

The Star Online: Coming polls promise to be fun

In the chase for the young vote, the PAP has sent in Zorro and a hip-hop dancing team to counter Danny the Bear’s foray into its heartland town centre. RESIDENTS of a suburban estate were taken [...]

Monash Graduate Dismayed Over Failed Job Appraisal

Monash Graduate Dismayed Over Failed Job Appraisal

Dear Gilbert, I stumbled upon your site when one of my friends posted the URL on Facebook. I don’t know how this occurrence comes into play, whether was it purely coincidental or is it some [...]

Singaporean woman trapped in New Zealand with baby son after divorce

Singaporean woman trapped in New Zealand with baby son after divorce

Dear Gilbert, Thanks for all the articles you forwarded to us. I am also separated since my son is 14 months old.  I married a kiwi hence my son is a kiwi and because of that, my case is so [...]

10 Surefire Ways To Live Below Your Full Potential

10 Surefire Ways To Live Below Your Full Potential

Marc and Angel Do you know that most people never utilize more than 0.1% of their true potential in their lifetime? It’s true.  The thing is, human potential is unlimited.  Unlike [...]

Jobless PMET Deliberating Career Option as Lecturer

Jobless PMET Deliberating Career Option as Lecturer

Dear Gilbert, Wow! I happen to stumble upon your website couple of hours ago and boy... am impressed! *Salute* After reading stories from the site, I've decided to seek your expert [...]

Tunisia’s revolution: Arab states rocked by the mouse that roared

Tunisia’s revolution: Arab states rocked by the mouse that roared

The Sydney Morning Herald, January 22, 2011 Young, educated people have had enough of greedy dictators, writes Paul McGeough. IF a 13-year-old boy can get it, why not a 53-year-old woman? As [...]

Ex-NUS Graduate: “I’m a failed product of our meritocratic educational system”

Ex-NUS Graduate: “I’m a failed product of our meritocratic educational system”

Dear Mr Goh, Please publish my story under the name “Chua S” if you find it appropriate  for your site. I am a 35-year-old male home-grown Singapore Chinese citizen. I graduated in 2000 [...]

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