July 24 2019 | By Nicole Chan
"Music is the universal language of mankind."
CNBC’s Christine Tan speaks to Maximilian Bittner, CEO of Vestiaire Collective.
A woman can have it all, but not all at the same time. So enjoy the process and the journey.
If life throws you a curved ball, practice patience. It may not be the solution to the problem but it will help you to feel less frustrated while working it out.
We believe traveling is a good way to learn and grow.
To seed entrepreneurship, we have to start early.
"You need to continuously, passionately and relentlessly expand both your personal and business network. If you fail to do this, your success will always have a low ceiling."
He was only in primary school when he first started experimenting with entrepreneurship. Now, Yu Gao Fei has started a highly successful education startup.
From selling spiders in primary school to crafting groundbreaking presentations for Singapore's biggest and brightest
What kept me going through is that at the end of the day, no matter how depressed or distraught I was, I still wanted to make a difference in society.
Singing is so different from any other instrument. It’s the only instrument that is in your body, the only instrument that you can feel so strongly, which you can actually use and yet be so versatile.
Whatever you do – do from your heart and work from your heart to the maximum.
The core trait that I think every successful person has, businessman or not, is to be thankful for what you have.
We need to breakaway from this addiction and understand the impact that our cheap bargains have on the social and environmental issues of today.
Whatever you do, always find an excuse to win. Fight harder, push further, pray harder, dig deeper, grip stronger, never give up!
Being able to connect to that intangible, hidden dimension of music...I find that is really one of the wonders of being human, with songs to encourage and celebrate every stage of life for us.
I believe the greatest change happens within myself - to be the best version of myself. Then and only then, can I be a great conduit of change in the world.
It is not all about getting more done