Presentation. Something that is part and parcel of how businesses sell their products. If you were to sell your products to your customers, how would you present it? What is the thought process of presenting it the way that you do? Not just in the presentation of an advertisement like the one above, but down […]

The Outliers

What if we have twice the number of successful long-term businesses in our economy? In The Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell sought to de-mystify the factors that led to great success in the lives of Bill Gates (Co-founder of Microsoft), Bill Joy (Father of Java and co-founder of Sun Microsystems), Steve Jobs (Co-founder of Apple), Eric Schmidt […]

Like A Boss

A casual piece on a not so casual day of AGM. I had the pleasure of attending Company Rhombus’s AGM recently and was pleasantly surprised that it took me almost 5 hours. Also, I had the honour of listening to a particularly wise individual shareholder who made the 5 hours possible. Seldom would we see […]

Living a Legacy

20 years ago, our founding father shares Singapore’s perspective on the root of the then-current 1997-98 Asian Financial Crisis at Baker Institute – a quick rise of foreign short-term debt to initiate long-term infrastructure projects in relatively closed economies that were not ready to handle such a huge influx of foreign capital. https://youtu.be/0iHjb0yPIWo This huge […]


The most basic rule of business is to “Do It Yourself”. Consider this company, “Company Gummy“, at the height of its business, they faced a critical point where expanding to a new product segment is paramount to its growth. (Consider the likes of Computer companies evolving into producing Laptops from the Desktop era, if they […]