Hello! I’m Jeann Zhuang. My mission in life is to find out what and how things really work: What it takes for us to live happy, successful and fulfilling lives and share it with the world.
And this is the very reason why this blog came to life.
But here’s a catch: a focus on—but not limited to—Buddhist philosophy.
From my focus, 2 questions came along.
Can we extract, adapt and contextualise the ideas and concepts from Buddhist philosophy to live a happy, successful and fulfilling life?
Can we really make a 2500-year-old tradition relevant to the 21st century, not as a “religion” but as a secular philosophy with broad applications that we can use in our lives? (source)
I can almost hear you say, Why are you focused on Buddhist philosophy? though not limited to it? You can read this detailed writeup, or you could proceed and get back to it later.
I will research, read and watch content focused on—but not limited to—Buddhist philosophy, such as exploring ideas by Tony Robbins, Adam Grant, Cal Newport, and other brilliant minds, and attempt to extract, adapt and contextualise the ideas I’ve found that can help us all live happy, successful and fulfilled lives.
I will also attempt to find out if we can really make a 2500-year-old tradition relevant to the 21st century, not as a “religion” but as a secular philosophy with broad applications.
Most importantly, I will share my thoughts, ideas, insights, opinions, findings, experiences, and document my personal journey and what I’ve learnt, so that you too can apply practical strategies and methods in your daily life to live a happy, successful and fulfilling one.
Hello, I’m Jeann and I’m an/a
- International Personal Development Trainer & Speaker (DCIG Teacher)
- Content Creator
It’s extremely fulfilling to know that what I do helps transform lives all over the world.
I’ve had the opportunity to visit many countries and cities to teach the DCIG System, more than 30 cities in a year, and of course online.
Meeting people from all walks of life, many of us share similar goals, hopes and aspirations. Hence my mission.