Confessions of an entrepreneur (Part 2)


According to Wikipedia: Work life balance is a lifestyle concept including proper prioritizing between ‘work’ (career and ambition) and ‘lifestyle’ (health, leisure, family and spiritual development/meditation). This is related to the idea of lifestyle choice. The term was first coined sometime during the mid-1800s, and I believe it does not require much elaboration on my part as to what it refers to. Continue reading “Confessions of an entrepreneur (Part 2)”

Croissant Taiyaki


A few days back, I traveled from Singapore to Buriram Thailand via Bangkok, for the 3rd and 4th rounds of this year’s GT Asia Race Series. For those of you who do not already know, you can either drive the 393km distance between the capital city of Bangkok and the town of Buriram, or fly via a variety of daily-available domestic budget airlines. Continue reading “Croissant Taiyaki”

Confessions of an entrepreneur (Part 1)

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I will forever remember my graduation day, the day I received both my Bachelor and Masters degree in Political Science from then-President of Singapore Mr. S.R. Nathan. I stood there amongst my fellow graduates grinning from ear-to-ear, knowing my proud parents stood at the higher floors overlooking the auditorium, knowing that once I step out of the auditorium, I had a job.
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