Poly Drop-Out To $6,000/day

I’m a just an ordinary Singaporean with an introvert personality. Being advocated to study hard and work hard since young. Unfortunately, I didn’t like study very much, which lead to poor academically result. Somehow, I did progress to Polytechnic but not a course that I would like to be in.

Progressing to Polytechnic began my miserable 3 years. I didn’t enjoy the life in Polytechnic at all. I don’t excel in things that I don’t enjoy, naturally I failed exams consecutively that I drop out during the 3rd year.

Just like any male Singaporean,  serving army, find a job is the natural progression. I guess I love freedom too much to be trapped in a job for too long. Not having academic success probably had an impact on my pay. So 3 years in the work force, I decided to venture out on my own.

In 2003, I started a Training Business with $20, generated $18.000 in the first month. In 2005, I was awarded the Spirit of Enterprise by the late President, Mr Nathan.











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3 thoughts on “Profile

  1. Jimmy/Life Architect

    Hi Joe,

    I am new to your site.
    I must say that your credentials and experiences are quite impressive. Thank you for sharing your story with me.

    I am actually trying to start out into a similar area as yours. Would you mind sharing a bit more on what I can do in this early days of my venture? Specifically, I would like to conduct my first training session by the end of the year. Looking at a small group. Any advice?

    BTW, do you do one-to-one coaching? What are your rates?


    1. skyjoe76 Post author

      Hi Jimmy,
      Thanks for visiting my site. This blog is new actually. I dare not say credential, but experiences. Many set-backs along the journey.

      I guess first of all, identify which clients you are after. Public or corporate? Both has its pros and cons.

      For public, you can have it your way. Date, time, venue, content etc can be your way. You make all the decisions. However, the cost of running it is higher, which is something to consider especially if you are starting out. And of course, you can charge higher. On top of that, sales and marketing skill becomes very important.

      For corporate, you don’ t get to decide many things. Your corporate clients decide. Sometimes, it may go right down to the activities you are conducting. Cost is definitely lower. But you can’t charge high compare to public.

      Yes, I do one-to-one life coaching.

      Visited your site. I love the name, “Life Architect”. Wow, you have a lot of postings. I actually thought you have been doing this for very many years.

  2. anon

    Just passing by, got to say this is quite an inspiring story. On a lighter note, could tell you quit school by your english 😛


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