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On My Own Terms: Career Switch for Millennials in Singapore

John Lim CY
PhilosophySociety & CultureEducationSelf-Improvement

John Lim has had an unconventional career by Singapore / Asian standards - with several career switches. He started his career in banking before co-founding a laser tag events company. After building the business from ground-up, growing the team to 20+ and running Singapore's largest indoor laser tag center, he joined an early-stage IoT (Internet of Things) tech startup to lead business development across Southeast Asia. In 2019, he took a leap of faith to join the e-commerce industry, a seemingly unknown sector, until a few months later when Covid-19 pandemic brought the world to its knees. While John finds himself lucky to have 'survived' the career switches relatively unscathed, he has never forgotten how it feels like to be at the crossroads of your career and life. Now, he has started this podcast - to provide the resources and perspectives he wished he had - to help you make the most of your career to live your best life. Join him as he speaks with unconventional career changers ... more


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In this episode, we have a special guest - a career change coach who has helped numerous individuals successfully navigate their career transitions. If youre a millennial in Singapore looking to make a career switch, this episode is for you. more

16 days ago

During a career switch, it is common to assume that one needs to take a pay cut when joining a completely different industry to "start from scratch". Or in job hunting, the candidate with the most relevant job experience should be the most obvious ch... more

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In this solo episode, I share the 3 lessons I learnt during my time at Lazada Nov 2019 - Jan 2022. I had front row seat watching the world rushing to pivot to e-commerce when Covid19 brought the world to its knees in early 2020. more

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