I can still recall my parents’ plight that I should work hard at school to enable me to study after school “so that I could land a good job.”
And so I studied and became a teacher. But after nineteen years of teaching the Education Department decided that they had too many teachers and gave us the option to opt out. So I left and started on a new journey as an entrepreneur.
In retrospect I realised that the salaried work as a teacher was a comfort zone with many ... continue reading