As much as we were wishing to have a successful event, I think what we had at the first ever Taste Studio was more than enough, although things could always be improved. Perhaps what we really wished for was that everyone had a good time, so that was well-achieved!
If you were at the event, you would be bombarded with stuff like fancy recipe card, yummy testers, amazing plated desserts to be tasted and photo-taken of and a jar with dry ingredients for you to bake your own coconut sponge at home. Without the amazing team, this would be impossible.
The 3 Secrets of Highly Successful Graduates from Reid Hoffman Just recently, I stumbled upon this slides by Reid Hoffman of LinkedIn. Perhaps, most of us can relate, especially if you are in my age :) However, I think it elaborates some stages in life that we all will or have experienced. There is a line that struck me, which says: Opportunities do not float like clouds in the sky They're attached to people If you're looking for an opportunity, you're really looking for a person and it continues: The people you spend time with shape who you are and who you become After that, I was just thinking of what my mentor told me earlier. He told his kids to make friends at school, their marks are not as important. Suddenly, the argument becomes valid. So what are you waiting for. Break your wall down and get out to see people :)