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From 2015 to 2020, a series of seemingly unrelated events culminated in a personal crisis. Here's the timeline of what happened.

In the summer of 2015 my mom died, and then 6 months later, in 2016, my dad followed. By 2017, I started a company and considered leaving my day job.
I eventually became a full time entrepreneur in 2020, setting up two more companies. But, my co-founder couldn't join me immediately. He was transitioning from his own company and put in for a Master's degree abroad.
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Things can always get worse. Don't open the tap of evil. It can lead to a flood.

Solve problems quickly. If you let things fester, the situation may become too overwhelming for you.
You don't need to save everyone. One human life is precious enough. And the person you save may be the one to rescue the nation.
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#WakingThoughts: I would really like to create spaces of righteousness, excellence and progressiveness. For in the midst of crisis lies opportunity. Light shines brightest in great darkness.
In my mind, a Christian is one who combines Character + Excellence + Spiritual Gifts. When one element is missing, the Christian's light is dim and he/she has scant impact on the world.
Character requires humility and sacrifice. It does good even when there is no audience or peer regulation.
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#WakingThoughts #Business: You are not a serious business if you do not have a system in place to respond to enquiries and close sales. #Thread
As a business, you've got to maintain a steady pipeline of new customers for the following reasons:
1. In a competitive market, every new customer is market share stolen from your competitor.
2. A steady stream of new customers creates cash flow.
3. New customers provide a buffer from lost sales, when old customers leave.
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