Entrepreneurship is hard. It is even more gruelling in emerging markets. “It’s the healthiest of insanities,” says Alisée de Tonnac, the CEO and co-founder of Seedstars World, a Swiss-based group on a mission to impact people’s lives through technology and entrepreneurship across the developing world.
With millennials being a DIY generation that appreciates fast and effortless smart technology experiences, the good news is that, there are websites and mobile applications widely available for completing house hunting tasks quickly and efficiently. Here are a couple of factors you may want to take note of.
“It is easy to be entertained by YouTube and be captivated by messages and posts, but these do not develop the language and communications skills we hope for in successful, confident communicators – people who can influence with ideas and imagination”.
Getting up early in the morning is a great habit! You can ease into the day, wake your brain and body a bit more slowly, and put some mental energy and work into the problems you need to address. More importantly, it brings you a step closer to the goals you plan to achieve.
A company’s most important asset is its workforce. The millennial generation, who is the future of employment, is the need of the hour. According to leading HR industry reports, Singapore’s employees are the least engaged in Asia. Standing at a staggering 59%, employers need to find a way to adopt new ways of engaging millennials in the workplace.
Many of us lead busy lives that demand convenience and quick fixes. When things get broken, it’s so much easier to buy a replacement than spend time trying to fix it. However in Japan, ironically the land of instant ramen and vending machines, there exists an ancient art of repairing broken pottery with gold.