Imagine for a moment that there were no limits... that you could become the person you have always dreamed of, and more. How do you radically reduce fear in all aspects of life and tap into your limitless potential to make you more productive, abundant, and whole? Join us as we kick off the Performance Sessions with our extraordinary speakers, Chris Lim and Eliza Han in a powerful and candid sharing about how they make their resources - matter, energy, space and time - work for them, and how transforming their own lives is intrinsically related to creating a better world around them. Find out how you can upgrade yourself and be more empowered, actualized, and effective.
Meet Chris – Uber athlete and more.
What Chris does:
- Owns a boutique fitness studio.
- Dabbles in new businesses with Nakd Pantry, Infuusa, and Sweat in the City.
- Tortures people and gets thanked for it.
What Chris loves to do:
- Making ideas come to life.
- Self flagellation by cycling.
- Reading comics and technology news.
What Chris is good at:
- Making conversation.
- Sending motivational emails to his clients.
- Learning new skills pretty fast (except for speaking Mandarin).
What Chris is lousy at:
- Speaking Mandarin.
- Reading detailed instruction manuals.
- Keeping surprises.
Meet Eliza – Supermum and more.
If you've ever dreaded going to work on Mondays even before Friday was over, or had panic attacks at work so bad that you hid in the toilet from your boss, or attempted to deliver a keynote address to the whole assembly of 1900 when your mind suddenly goes blank, then come and have a laugh with Eliza as she shares her hits and misses with performance at work while managing her brood of four whom she can't hide from even when she is in the bathroom. And find out how she transforms her anxiety into action by doing exactly what she fears. By 37, she has the following achievements:
- Awarded PSC Local Merit Scholarship (1995), age 19
- Appointed Assistant Director, Ministry of National Development (2002), age 26
- Appointed Senior Head Policy, Ministry of Education, (2003), age 27
- Awarded MOE Overseas Postgraduate Scholarship (2007), age 31
- Appointed Vice Principal (2010), age 34
- Mother to four children aged 8, 6, 4 and 1