Just some thoughts

I recently asked several friends what it means to be successful in their careers. More specifically, how they knew they were successful. Many mentioned their monthly salary, promotions and positive feedback from their colleagues and managers as indicators that they must be doing something right. For start-uppers, these indicators often don’t apply. Here is why: You pay […]

There are things we do in our personal day-to-day lives that seem to be similar to things we do professionally. For me, one of those things is running. As mentioned in part 1, starting a company is not an easy task. Like running, it requires discipline, will power and the “right stuff” to keep going. Without further ado, […]

Starting a company is one of the scariest and most self-actualising things one can do in life. I went from getting a comfortable salary to paying myself. Moreover, from knowing exactly who I was professionally to making up stuff as I go along. Not to mention, the several quarter-life crises and impostor syndrome episodes… Yes, the struggle […]