Doing well vs Living well

In 2010 I read a life-changing article that changed my perception about whatever time I had left on this planet.

Previously, I was so caught up with getting good grades and being an obedient employee that I never had the time or energy to live well.

On the surface, many considered me a “successful” young man. After graduating with honours at a top university, I was primed to make my way up the corporate ladder at a well-known international bank.

I had fit perfectly into the role that every Asian parent would love for their child to be in.

But the truth was, I hated that life.