Seamus PhanMcGallen & Bolden Pte Ltd · Consulting
Currently in research related to antioxidants and anti-aging products, especially in beauty consumer products.
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Citations since 2016
7 Research Items
Biochemistry (autoxidation, lipids, food science, antioxidants, toxicology), Cybersecurity (computer science, programming, systems design, operating systems, software), Theology (early Christian theology, Church Fathers, Desert Fathers, Russian Orthodoxy, Eastern and Oriental Orthodoxy).
Background: The authors had a research interest in antiaging, oxidation and antioxidants, and determined that lipids are some of the more common raw materials in foods, cosmetics, and in humans, and would be an area to explore autoxidation, whether in retarding spoilage, or to slow aging. Objective: The authors selected a few lipids and tested the...
The author discusses the antiquated and inaccurate attribution of advertising value equivalence (AVE) in traditional or dated measurements of what public relations (PR) practitioners and clients alike adopted for media coverage in relation to marketing expenditures. The author outlines recent trends in media coverage measurements, and proposes a mo...
What can business leaders and practitioners learn from King Leonidas and his Spartans in the Battle of Thermopylae on productivity, with tips on meetings, tasks, communication, technology, and lifestyle.
What are the 4 keys to customer service excellence (or service quality) that practitioners can learn from the Japanese tea ceremony (chado, 茶道)?
The global shortage of pilots requires us to select only those who are motivated and exemplary in technical skills, aptitude and personality. Aviation safety is all about redundancy and resilience, often left to the tandem of automation and standard operating procedures. And yet, what happens when non-normal situations confront and confound the cre...
This chapter contains a series of perspectives on business from the lens of four major religions in the world: Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. While no religious view has a single spokesperson, the additional challenge is that many religious leaders know little about business. These four (two from the United States, one from Singapore,...
Book based on a personal reflection from 2009 to 2012, with succinct thoughts penned and compiled. The central theme is about the journey towards Theosis, struggling to find the narrow and challenging path towards the partaking of the Divine Nature, and a constant yearning of learning from the holy fathers among the saints.
This humble book is about the learning journey of a seminarian when he received God's call to serve, where he related his humble views on denominations, contemplation, early Christian thought, systematic theology, charismas, sacraments, discipleship, syncretism, and how to minister in the East, drawing inspiration from Jesuit priest Matteo Ricci an...
Book based on a month-long journey to reflect on the readings of the Russian Orthodox classics, "The way of a pilgrim", and "The pilgrim continues his way", with commentaries on the writings of contemporary Russian Orthodox saint and staretz Saint Seraphim of Sarov, and the Didache.
Workbook based on the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, and have used this in early pastoral and worship workshops, and as an introduction to the Jesuit and Ignatian spirituality.
Smaller and cooler processors are here. With the right apps, you can enjoy big space and power savings This January, Steve Jobs, Apple Computer's CEO, launched the cheapest consumer desktop computer in his company's history-the Mac mini, at just US$499 upwards. Besides the price tag, the Mac mini is the smallest desktop Apple ever built. It is arou...
Invited to provide a contrarian view to leadership styles in a cover mention in strategy magazine Think:Act. The author's take is that leaders must adopt a compassionate and wise stance in leadership actions and strategies, rather than sheer willpower.
Many people believe Zen to be something best left for monks, and that its philosophy is inapplicable to modern life. Many business “philosophies”, notably those from motivational “gurus”, have been founded on unnecessary aggression. Zen’s calmness and peaceful means, best physically observed from icons such as His Holiness the Dalai Lama, can be us...
In this instalment of our Caregivers Series, we pause to consider the importance of encouraging our caregivers and what care we can give to them. Dr Seamus Phan offers advise on how we can care for those to whom caring is a way of life. hile we constantly hold the plight of our beneficiaries dear to our hearts, and think of how best we can serve an...
Authored by brothers Seamus Phan and CJ Phan. Seamus is a business and Internet expert who is also a naturopathic philosopher, while younger brother CJ is a champion bodybuilder. Both brothers conquered personal medical challenges to emerge happy and healthy. This book is the collective wisdom of the two brothers over 20 years each, and insider's t...
Is FreeBSD for you? Well, FreeBSD is simply yet another OS, and should not be favoured or prejudiced, just as any other OS. It really depends on whether you have done your due diligent research on all available operating systems for the job at hand. If you are willing, FreeBSD, with its rich history, robustness, compatible features for Internet ser...
Rather than stick to motivational approaches ("quick-patchers or fixes"), the author uses a synergistic approach of motivation and implementation. The program has been implemented in multi-million projects for aviation service companies, high-tech companies, banks, real estate agencies, and restaurants.