We judge ourselves constantly, without us realising.

We used to dream big when we were young. As we grow, life and reality seems to get in our way.

Those who pursued their dreams seem enviable. However, if we take a closer look, they MADE A CHOICE, and committed to make it happen.

We’ve been trained to lead others, but seldom to lead our own selves.

The truth is – we need to prepare ourselves as much as our own startups.

Building good habits, changing mindsets, understanding our cognitive level including our capacity in handling complexity, is part and puzzle of building our mental muscles to become an entrepreneur.

Here, we’ve compiled the highly commended assessment and practical tools to get you ready for this excitingly long journey of entrepreneurship!


Not motivated to look for new customers today?

Don’t think you’re smart enough to build a tech startup?

Too busy working for others and not for yourself?

It’s very common for entrepreneurs to experience the imposter syndrome from time to time.

It’s nothing to do with your self-motivation nor your purpose. According to James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits: the life-changing million-copy 1 bestseller, the main reason we remain inaction is to do with our thoughts around our identity.

The most effective way to change your habits is not to focus on what you want to achieve, but what you want to become – YOUR NEW IDENTITY.


Take stock of the useful and not very useful habits is a great start.

As the saying goes,


Entrepreneurship is a choice, a lifestyle and a series of business management practices that requires honesty and hard work.

Daily Habits Scorecard

your purpose that drives your vision and mission

Life itself is a project.

“The meaning of life is to find your gift.

The purpose of life is to give it away.”

– Pablo Picasso



There’re many resources available that can help you get clarity.

Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone To Take Action by Simon Sinek is popular. Some go for Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life. If you’re serious about finding your WHY, you can either :-

1. Simon Sinek



b)Read the follow-up book from Simon Sinek and go through the exercise – Find Your Why: A Practical Guide for Discovering Purpose for You and Your Team

2. Stephen Covey

Live a proactive life with building the habits of first things first, and with an end goal in mind, live by The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People 30th Anniversary Edition

3. ICF-Certified coach

Engage one to do this and much more.

Visit our Contact page to find one!

Find Your Purpose


While COVID paralyses the world, it perhaps challenged our views and beliefs in many ways. If you’re finding it confusing on what’s right and what’s wrong even in the tiniest decision in our daily lives, you’re not alone!

Michael Schur, the creator of Good Place on Netflix, is trying to capture some of the these questions in his inaugural book – How To Be Perfect, The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question Happy exploring what’s deemed ethical in today’s world!