One of the good piece I came across this week was written by the CEO of ASCOTT Limited. Not many know Ascott is the world’s largest international serviced residence owner-operator.

As a top level performer in society, he has the privilege to interact with a wide variety of folks in his complementary scope.

And these interactions have shaped the way he look at work evolving to the time our children starts working.

So when his wife asks him which primary school should they pick for him, his answer is “It doesn’t matter

I for one thought that, where they live, which alma mater is available, their children’s school is already picked for them. Sounds to me that it is rather snobbish.

But his message is clear. It doesn’t matter because what will shape us is more than just which school we participate in.

I find that there are good takeaways …