In short: Hubris. The vast majority of start-up founders don’t have anything. They don’t have a skill set to market, they definitely don’t have a prototype product, so what are they actually doing? I have no idea. How they got off the ground? I have no idea either.
What really irks me is that most of this Corporate Team Building crap takes place outside of regular office hours. I’ve spent at least 40 hours a week, seeing people I most probably do not want to see during my downtime. If building the team was damn important, then it should be taking place during regular office hours.
It was all sweet and all that, but come on, that doesn’t happen in real life. Maybe it’s happened to one of you who are reading this, but it definitely hasn’t happened to me. Take this as a satire piece and enjoy it anyway.
These kinds of thoughts and demands … they sure raise a good question (and I’m sure it is an unpopular one), are Malays an entitled bunch?
Disclaimer: this is purely an opinion piece.
Just when I thought the [scrutiny on the local fashion industry], lo and behold, a friend sends me an IG story of yet another brand throwing in an elaborate Bollywood dance on their Indian-inspired Raya runway.
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