What do you live for?
Impacting my community and changing people's lives for the better.
My late father was an extremely hardworking entrepreneur who founded what was, and still is, the largest supermarket chain in Sarawak. Unfortunately, he was also a heavy smoker and whilst he took care of
everyone around him, he did not take care of himself well. He passed away of cancer just before his retirement.
His passing made a huge impact on me. From then on, I resolved to live a healthier lifestyle so I can take care of the people I love when I get older.
I founded Level Up Fitness, Kuching’s largest fitness centre, to enable my community to live healthier, so we can be around when our loved ones need us.
What is some of the best advice that you have been given/want to give our readers?
Three of the most important principles a good manager must adopt are: Priorities, Data and Rhythm.
Priorities keep us focused on the important things. Data show that we are going in the right direction. Rhythm keeps the wheel turning and everyone in the team abreast.
Something random you'd like to say?
Interesting Fact: Despite my size, I have completed five 42km marathons, and I am also an internationally-certified RPM (Indoor Cycling) instructor. :)