A Lesson on Market Pricing By Someone Who Knows Nuts about Economics

Generally speaking, the higher the price, the lesser the demand; the lower the price, the greater the demand. A product’s price is simply a financial expression of its value. From a consumer’s viewpoint, a good deal is one where money is traded for a product which he or she perceives will bring greater value in return. So in a market … [Continue reading...]

Marketing to Gen-Yers and Why Old People Are Failing Us

My generation was born amidst the backdrop of a dying world. As children, we lived through the worst economic times since the Great Depression. As teenagers, we were shepherded into debt as college degrees became empty papers. And as young adults joining the workforce, we’ve been labelled “lazy”, “arrogant”, “pampered”, “snooty” and … [Continue reading...]

Cherry’s Gift: All We Need Is Just A Little Time And Patience

At some point, I’m sure every English teacher would have found themselves staring in bewilderment at inventions of unknown symbols their students come up with while learning the alphabet. I have a kid, Simon, who would with great care and diligence, write capital “G” in inverse. Like this: How impressive that my Simon, at the age of seven, … [Continue reading...]

Sports Day

It was sports day in school today and I took on the role of an excited cheerleader for my kiddos. I admittedly got too caught up in the hustle and bustle and don’t know which class won — but that doesn’t matter anyway. The most important thing was we all had fun. This is Yanis from the 1-3 class. He is the cutest kid you’ll ever meet in your … [Continue reading...]