What Is Life Coaching?
Being a wellness professional, a life coach helps people progress in their lives to attain greater fulfillment. Through improving relationships, careers, and day-to-day living, life coaches help to clarify your goals, identify the obstacles holding you back, and customise strategies for overcoming each obstacle. By targeting your unique skills and gifting, these strategies will make the most of your strengths and the support you need to achieve long-lasting change.
Through my years of training and consultancy and working with individuals from all walks of life, I valued the presence of an experienced life coach. As a filmmaker, I am energised from the wealth of life experience I hear from people and communicate it to the audience through powerful storytelling. I am invested to see your story unfold in the direction of your choice.
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Having the privilege of being in strategic leadership positions, I empathise with the unique struggles that top-tier professionals face in corporations. With my expertise, I guide associates to navigate through transitions and improve their current situation with existing tools and resources.
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Daniel gave me my first movie role. Daniel spotted me and picked me when there were many other options for the role. He told the director I was the right fit. It was an ensemble film but my role was meaty enough for me to shine. I always think talents need to be given the chance to shine. Daniel has been the film producer who helped bring out Royston Tan, Kelvin Tong, while working closely with the likes of Jack Neo and Peter Chen. 881 and The Maid are not just classics. They were the movies
Daniel produced while he was riding the wave of success with Jack Neo. 881 is the first successful musical in Singapore while The Maid still holds the record as the number one box office for Singapore horror. I am in several of Daniel’s produced films but the one that is most meaningful is I Not Stupid. It is the first Singapore film that traveled. I know Daniel is now developing a new slate of feature films after 15 Shorts. I cannot wait to be a part of one of the films.
There was a time my youngest son was going through a strange phase. Both my husband and I could not sit him down, let alone talk to him. As he got more and more distant from his brothers and sister, as he came home later and later in the night, we saw less and less of him. It got to a point we had a family meeting and admitted to ourselves it was a problem and it was a crisis. When he became openly defiant we decided to get someone to talk to him.
Should this person be the same age as him? Daniel was recommended. The first surprise was how Daniel bridged the age gap. Age was really just a number. Then Daniel turned on us. On our attitudes towards our children. The expectations we had were pressure points especially to our youngest son. We discovered he was bullied in school. And that he was a bully himself. The latter was a shock to us. Daniel made us see it was a form of self defense for him.
We are happy to report that he is now studying overseas and by all accounts he is doing well. He stays in close touch with us, and we are happy to know he also stays in close touch with Daniel.
Aldrin & Irene
Everytime I am back in Singapore, I will set aside time to meet Daniel. I am a musician who ventured to China, Beijing to be exact. Before going, I spoke to many people. Only one person, not even my parents who told me they would support me in whatever I do, told me to plunk the courage to go forth. I am now based in Beijing. Being out of Singapore as a musician, my world, both professional and personal, opened up. In ways only experiencing it can attest to the right decision I made to go overseas.
Recently I went on stage to share my experience. I asked Daniel to say something on a video which I played while relating my story. I am also married. My parents came to meet with my in-laws. They are very happy for me. Once in a while, I will look around me and feel blessed. I have worked hard. I thank the people who helped me get where I am today. On the top of this list is Daniel. He always says it is all my hard work. It is. But it started with a window of opportunity. And having someone like Daniel push me to embrace it. Thank you Daniel.