- Theodore Roosevelt
I totally agree with Jack Ma on this. Most Singaporeans I know fall into the first category (1) & (2) including some of those who are deemed "government scholars". They blame everything and not bother to keep themselves competitive on the market. You have to believe that you can make the impossible out of the possible, even people might think you are crazy and insane. That's what distinguished between very successful people (1%) and the rest of them. What we should learn is that our success can only be achieved by making our own fate, our own luck and not dependent on who/where we are, who our parents are or who we know.
Does that mean that you should not attempt to be a single founder? In this essay, I take a contrarian view that you can be the single founder if and only if you satisfy a set of conditions.
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