Tom was an ambitious young entrepreneur. He started a successful tech company in the healthcare industry — an object of envy among his business peers. Despite all the admiration, Tom was under a lot of pressures. Working from 6 am to 10 pm on a daily basis started to take its toll. He came home physically and mentally tired, … Continue reading Is Your Startup Killing It (Or Killing You)?
Our first few weeks there were slightly confusing with a steep learning curve. There were times that Eve would call headless-chicken days. I figured out that she was talking about herself. She was the chicken. The other ladies, they were fearless witches.
“Haha, an extra $350 is not bad at all,” I was talking to myself. ”All I have to do is change the purchase date.” I owned a Telco Agency franchise that represented some of the biggest Telco companies in our state in Perth, Australia. Our franchise group was so dominant that customers often received better … Continue reading Failure Is Not The End
Forget five-star travel and the hotel life; when it comes to holidays as a soloist, Fredy Namdin prefers the simple things in life. Back in the days of my corporate years, me and a colleague of mine often talked about holidays. These discussions spanned from possible holiday dates and destinations, to all the different … Continue reading I just want to lie down…