6 Tips For A Greater Experience Journaling In Outdoor Adventure Programmes
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I will be sharing 6 tips to allow your participants to have greater experience journaling in outdoor adventure programmes.I wrote this post in one of my outdoor micro-niche websites. I am inspired to share this post again after observing how … Read More

Conducting Abseiling? 5 Golden Tips To Get Your Participants to Abseil
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And so I have been fortunate enough to conduct many sessions of abseiling this semester. What used to be my least favourite activity has now changed my perception about it. Interestingly, I actually feel more like a psychologist than an … Read More

(Have a Great Start) Back to School
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It is 11pm now, just an hour before we hit Monday, 27 June 2016. What does it mean for most of my friends? Going back to school! Somehow the feeling of going back to school is a familiar one when … Read More

Outdoor Adventure Programmes: Simply Out-Of-Doors or Something Grander?
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After almost 10 years in the outdoor education industry, I felt it is high time to do a stock check on some fundamental issues surrounding this practice. These initial fundamental errors, if not addressed, may hinder the full impact of … Read More

An Outdoor Facilitator’s Toolkit: What Is Inside Their Backpack?
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“My goodness! I wonder what is inside the instructor’s backpack?” That was a common question that used to pop in my mind whenever I attended school camps or join some expeditions. As the years go by and as the expedition … Read More

10 Inspiring Business Lessons from Muhammad Ali (you wouldn’t expect they came from him!)
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The Great man who leaves an infinite legacy behind! Most of us wouldn’t pay much attention to anyone who professed to be ‘the greatest’, we’d turn away and leave, but one man who said this over and over, and still … Read More

Help, too much Carbon Dioxide here!
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One of the major things I have been wanting to learn is about carbon dioxide. Is there really too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere? I googled around and bumped into a fantastic website by NASA. They have tonnes of information … Read More

Planning Outdoor Programmes to be “Hellweek”?
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Picture a Navy Seals “Hellweek”. Do outdoor programmes need to be physically and emotionally challenging? In planning outdoor programmes, do we get the best out of participants by placing them under stressful and demanding situations? The above questions surfaced after some years … Read More

Facilitating Abseiling: Challenge By Choice Re-Explained
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Recently, there seemed to have a re-emphasis of correct usage of the concept “challenge by choice” when conducting abseiling. I wasn’t so surprised because the conveyor belt concept did put a lot of stress on the meagerly paid instructors such … Read More

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