In this recap series of The Future Is Female conference 2017, we dive into one of the panels, How We Did It: Investment Success Stories One may view success as the ability to set up and run a company on her own. Another may work even harder to lead her company to an IPO before she can consider herself as successful. To Yap Kwong Weng, CEO of Leap (Southeast Asia), success is a journey instead of a destination. “Success is about maximising my own abilities to be great at what I’m good at, it’s about constantly enhancing my strengths and recognising my weaknesses, and most importantly, to remain humble at all times.”- Yap Kwong Weng “More often than not, the human nature has a desire to achieve things quickly, leading to greed and complacency. So I continuously push myself to be better and not to sit on my laurels,” he continued. Shannon Kalayanamitr, Founder and Group CMO of Orami, brought up the vision board she drew in 2007 and explained how it keeps her on track for her goals and successes. “Ten years later, I’ve actually ticked all of my goals, sort of! For the first time in my life, I […]
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