Once a rebel, now a reformed entrepreneur - Ze Yan, Founder of Oddle, believes running a business’s not all about the money.
Once a rebel, now a reformed entrepreneur - Ze Yan, Founder of Oddle, believes running a business’s not all about the money. In fact, he pictures himself running a dog farm 15 years from now.
I was the rebel in school whom my teachers thought still stood a good chance.
The first transaction through Oddle. The first paying customer. The first restaurant chain that signed up with us. Startup life is always about the many victories and milestones, never quite about the one moment.
Startup life is damn stressful – and it’s not that I tried hiding that from them, but they never quite believed me.
When I work on a business, it's never really about the money.
There're ups and downs along the journey so far but I've yet to encounter a crippling moment.
My jet-lagged fiancé.
I enjoy a good debate and my partners have endorsed me on LinkedIn for my puzzle solving skills. Weekly football sessions with my mates and occasional swims help me to loosen up.
You don't have to know everything, asking the right questions will make you look smart.
Mr Brightside because I'm really just a rock fan.
Don't wish it was easier, wish it was better.
Lee Kuan Yew.
Probably owning a dog farm with my wife.
Published Date: 22 October 2015