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Bernard Leong

I wished that I knew about the book “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits” by Verne Harnish when I was working on my startup a few years back.

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  • The Single Founder Dilemma

    bernardleong.com 07 Apr '14, 12am

    You have a very clear vision: The startup you want to build have a very clear vision. In addition, you truly believe that you can fulfil that vision and build the business from startup to a real company with sustainable revenues. You understand the industry and focus on how you can ma...

  • Advice to Startups Targeting Small & Medium Enterprises in Southeast Asia

    bernardleong.com 24 Mar '14, 12am

    There is a danger for any startup to find product and market fit at the early stages of inception. Most startup founders often reached for the market that is easily accessible to them given the lack of networks and industry experience. One segment which I often see startups stumble is...

  • [Recap] The Birthday Problem - If someone bet in a room of 60 that he can find someone with the same birthdate.

    The Birthday Problem

    bernardleong.com 29 Mar '14, 12pm

    If you realize by now, the more people present in the bar, the more likely that you can find someone with the same birthday with you (excluding the year of course). It sounds counter-intuitive, but the solution is true. I thought that since there are about 50 over social-political blo...

  • On Hiring & My Moneyball method for Startups & Corporates Part 1

    bernardleong.com 31 Mar '14, 2am

    The biggest problem for any startups and corporations hiring in Southeast Asia is hiring. One major issue which every founder or industry leader faced is the lack of information on candidates. One can blame it on culture that Asians are not vocal in calling out incompetent people. The...

  • On Mentoring in Startups & Corporates

    bernardleong.com 23 Feb '14, 5pm

    For any intern I have mentored, I actually plan what they would do in my startup or the work environment that I am in. I would relate my experience in Chalkboard because I have trained not just one but at least five successful interns (and I won’t name them). I typically start them wi...

  • [New Post] If you want to grow a company, you must master the Rockefeller Habits

    If you want to grow a company, master the Rockefeller Habits - B

    bernardleong.com 25 Feb '14, 12am

    I wished that I knew about the book “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits ” by Verne Harnish when I was working on my startup a few years back. There are definitely things that we should not have done during that time. Jamie Lee, the co-founder of Lunch Actually and now Prizle (which I am...

  • [New Post] A Mathematical Solution to Eddington's Controversy Problem

    A Mathematical Solution to Eddington's Controversy Problem

    bernardleong.com 22 Mar '14, 12pm

    Sometime back, while reading Fazlollah M. Reza’s “An Introduction to Information Theory “, I revisited a solution that I have sketched out years back on the Eddington’s controvery problem . This problem is interesting to me because it exemplifies the type of confusion that existed in ...

  • [New Post] My #finedining review on La Villa, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    Review on Fine Dining in La Villa @ Ho Chi Minh City by

    bernardleong.com 22 Mar '14, 12pm

    For the evening, we headed out on a cab from the Sheraton Hotel Saigon to La Villa. It took about half an hour and the journey was pretty smooth. We came to the location and entered into what I thought was an old French mansion along a quiet street. Of course, along the path into the ...

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