October has been extra nice and we are excited about the things that we are doing. We have been writing, making plans, brainstorming, creating concepts and collaborating. From wrapping up a web copy editing for a technology firm to launching a new campaign and look for a fashion house, we have done it all! Oh, and we also indulged in a bit of trick or treating. Happy Halloween!
Hello from Sequel Communications, Singapore!
It’s a busy time for us. Not only are we doing some exciting stuff ourselves, but we are also collaborating with like minded people and establishments to expand. Here’s what’s on @ Sequel
The next session of Speech & Drama (for juniors) will be starting on 17th/ 20th July.
Confidence Building & Communication
Our adult session(s) for self image, confidence and self worth will be scheduled shortly. Please register your interest in the workshops here
Writing is our first love, and thanks to the interviews, article writing and website copywriting that we do, we are always surrounded by the written word. In addition, the interviews give us an opportunity to meet illustrious people from various fields. Each experience is unique and enriching. Here’s a peek at some of our written work and few of the people we have had the opportunity to interview recently.
Arts & Culture
Fashion & Lifestyle
CEO Interviews (Dr Goh, Serial System)
CEO Interviews (Kenny Yap, Qian Hu)
Our mentoring sessions are on. We offer confidential mentoring sessions for kids, teens, adults & families. Book your appointment here
It’s quite colourful @ Sequel right now as we are working with emerging artists and a newly launched fashion house. We have also worked with media companies, social enterprises, educational institutions, tech companies etc. Enquiries
Starting is always chaotic. There are the rambunctious ideas, the stray thoughts, the millions of directions these thoughts could travel to, and the infinite ways of moving forward. They all buzz together, excited at the possibilities. That’s the beginning of any project, any creation, and any story.
Then comes the process of taming these ideas, reigning in the stray thoughts and disciplining the words. However, taming comes at a cost. The cost is sometimes in the form of creative sacrifice. And if that happens then the story might as well end right there, because without the fluidity of ideas, there can be no satisfaction in creating.
Therein begins the fine art of balancing the two. The wild ideas rebel and the disciplined logic analyses them. The chaos continues, giving rise to possibilities and then falls in to place, somehow. It’ then that the mad rush slows in to a benevolent trickle. The symphony begins at that time and the chaos is tamed.
In each form of creativity, the process remains the same. Whether I am designing a workshop, writing a story, analysing a message or joining the dots of fragmented voices in my mentoring sessions, I have always gone through the same process of generating ideas, struggling with the chaos, and eventually taming them to their simplest form. The simplest form is simply a narrative that falls in to place, and when it does, it’s a traquility. It’s magic.