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TRCB - Member Profile - Charles Chua C K

Charles Chua C K runs LifeStyle Changes For Life blog. He was previously holding a management position in hotels and beach resorts. He is well versed in healthy lifestyle. He has some experience in teaching English language as well. Now he devotes his time to writing articles about his past experiences relating to health, career, money, home, relationships, education, happiness, Feng Shui, writing and more. The aim of his articles is to share useful tips about life with his readers.

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I always take the opportunity to walk not only for health reasons but also to save the rising cost of petrol.
As a busy executive you have many deadlines to meet, endless reports to write and on top of all these you have a team of staff to supervise.
A happy and healthy relationship cannot be manipulated, it is based on a foundation of sincerity and honesty.
In the business world, writers are busy people and so are the readers. Here are the golden rules to put the message across in an effective way:
There are two species of true ginseng. One is the panax ginseng C.A. Meyer. It is grown only in Korea, northeast China and the Maritime Province of Russia.
Getting along with your boss is just like getting along with anyone else. It is based on trust and honesty.
Do not think that when you have drawn up your will you have taken care of your estate. Your financial status, the people around you change and so are your wishes.
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Many baby boomers are worried about degenerative neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's.