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- Fantastic 2 days at CCAM’s CX Summit 2018. Congratulations to the Organizing Chair Vigneswaran Sivalingam and everyone involved in this Summit.
Great insights, case studies, lessons and real life applications gained. Thanks to Vig for the opportunity to speak and present as one of the Table Moderator on “Ways to Win on Personalisation” in the Summit. Great contribution by all the delegates. The afternoon session on the Meetings of Minds was awesome. Congrats to all the moderators, speakers and panelists.
Great catching up with fellow speakers, friends and delegates at the CX Summit 2018.
#education #customerexperience #cx18 #serveitforward #ccam #globalsuccesslearning #inspiration
15 November, 2018
- Akciğer ameliyatından (CCAM)sonraki yaşamsal mücadelemizden bir kaç kare❤️Haftada en az bir kaç kez morarıp acile taşırdık Minik Kahramanımızı 🚑 Ama maşallah o kadar güçlüydü ki hep direndi Savaşın Galibi biz olduk çok şükür 🙏 #ccam #ccamwarrior #ccamawareness
14 November, 2018
TRFさんのsurvival dAnce~no no cry more~
#超低体重出生児 #NICU #GCU #卒業
#妊娠高血圧症候群 #HELP 症候群#緊急帝王切開
#先天性嚢胞性腺腫様奇形 #CCAM #1 歳2ヶ月
#TRF #survivaldAnce #たまにDJ
13 November, 2018
- Everything you deal with is only one thing and nothing else. - Paolo Coehlo, The Alchemist 👍🏻
This line hits home. Summer 2015 was my hardest season. Personally, I was in the most disconnected-from-the-present state of my entire life. It felt like all was in flux, with my mental + emotional state hinging upon outcomes out of my control. The biggest factor in all of this was Kellen’s #ccam , a mass of lesions in his right lung there the ultrasound tech noticed at our #20weekultrasound . From that June moment on, I was a mess. Physically, I was where I needed to be: teaching my classes, mommying my 2 big kids, cooking + cleaning + eating + breathing. None of it, though, I did without this little, growing baby’s health completing owning every ounce of my emotional energy. I was “phoning it in,” so they say. 💗
One night, I had a conversation on the phone with my brother that refocused me a bit. He was also experiencing a hardship + significant change in his life. He said, “I know, compared to what you are going through, this is no big deal.” I stopped him right there. His pain had nothing to do with mine. My fear had nothing to do with his. Every struggle is relative, + every experience with struggle is relative. There is no grief comparison or sadness meter or emotional scale. Sad is sad. Feel it. Be okay with feeling it. 💗
But, we should also keep this in mind: every one of those hardships is it’s own entity. Don’t let a rough morning ruin your day. Don’t let a spilled coffee change your mood. Don’t let a breakup or a health scare or a job loss bleed into every ounce of your emotion. Be sad, but still be present in your life, remembering that everything you deal with is only one thing + nothing else. 💯
And if you don’t believe me, look at the message Kellen sent me via sonogram in early July, when the uncertainty of his diagnoses + the distance I was fostering between me + the world were peaking. He just wanted me to know this was just one thing—and he could handle it. 👍🏻
10 November, 2018