Comeback Winner Heather Dorniden was leading the 2008 Big 10 Indoor Track Championship when she fell flat on her face and the other runners ran ahead. She got up, focused on her strides and persisted, eventually overcoming her adversity and winning the race. After taking over from the previous management who diversified horribly from their core […]

Says a Thousand Words

We have a section in our 2 day class where we only showed pictures and asked our students to make certain judgements based on the pictures. While it is true that we should not judge a book by its covers and just looking at pictures alone is insufficient to pass a definitive judgement, the important […]

Enlightening Lunch

Had an enlightening lunch with a self-made fund manager, Mr N, who’s been through the ups and downs of the Asian Financial Crisis (1997), Dotcom Bubble Burst (2000), 911 (2001), Singapore Property Surplus (2003), Great Financial Crisis (2008), Thailand Flood (2011), China Meltdown (2015), and most recently the US-China Trade Tension (2018). Based on how […]

Secret Recipe

There are two types of businesses. One that thrives with a closely guarded secret and the other that shows it off. That’s crazy! Why would any business show off its setup, operations, preparation and executions? Wouldn’t a competitor just copy it? Why would a martial art teacher teach his class openly? Couldn’t anyone just stand […]

Elixir of Life

“Our workers feel safe and proud to feed their children with our healthier food.” – Founder We have been following Company Longevity for more than 2 years now, it is a food company of a unique heritage. It is run by the 2nd generation family owner, whom we believe is the adopted son of the […]