Since I exited the business, I would need to rethink carefully on what I should embark on next. It’s exciting; it’s refreshing and scary at the same time. I would count that this is my 4th attempt to survive under self employment. I like the idea, and I felt that I am drifting away from climbing the corporate ladder. If I choose the path of employment again, I might choose Singapore, just to try out some new environment and challenges. Before that, I would try my best to stand on my own feet.
What option do I have?
- I could proceed with more freelance software developments, which had been brining in small income all these years. I am weak in my business connections and sales, so I would have to figure that out.
- I could develop a product, but I still need the sales channel to make the effort worth while.
- I could continue with my Pet Project Malaysia Most Wanted, which I am very passionate about, and to make it more commercially viable.
- I could help my cousin more often at The Skill Academy, but teaching is not really my real passion.
How is this time going to be different from the last time? How do I change my attitude and mindset? How do I brainwash myself and perform some neural programming.
There need to be Change. The plan is important, so is the execution, but the mindset and attitude is even more important. Though it is more easily said than done, but it could no longer be used as an excuse. It needs to be done through the good old fashion way, hard work.
The basic plan is freelancing to keep myself afloat (need to engage some help on this matter) and to do Malaysia Most Wanted until nothing more can be done. No regret. No excuse. To do until there is nothing left to do.