Tag: military


People buy what they value

“I don’t have money leh. After 15th?” “Ok.” 2 freaking dollars. They don’t have 2 freaking dollars. Side note: The “leh” is an affectation of Singaporean English speech. It’s appended to most sentences as a sort of finishing element. By itself, it doesn’t mean anything. Collecting money can be tough I was tasked to collect […]


On military, startups and entrepreneurship

Do you know why there are so few entrepreneurs around? Because it’s uncomfortable to be one. Keep this notion of “comfortability” as you continue to read, since it’s going to be a running theme. On surviving enormous weights I slept late last night. Or more accurately, I slept in the early morning today. I do […]