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Lessons from Steve Baker Following His Dreams to Open The Larder Bar and Grill

When I met Steve Baker in Shanghai, he struck me as a gregarious, jocular, somewhat imposing figure (imagine Gordon Ramsey meets Brian Urlacher). So it was amusing to hear Steve recount that as a child, he was mesmerized by cooking shows and proclaimed to his mother that he wanted to be a chef when he grew up. Steve didn't disappoint and pursued his dream with vigor by winning cooking competitions and by working as a celebrated chef around the world before opening his first restaurant, Mesa Manifesto, in Shanghai.

Lessons from David Hajdu on Building VinaSource in Vietnam - A Company that Doesn't Suck

David Hajdu's first job was at 14, mowing lawns. His second job was at McDonald's. What he learned from these two experiences is that working for someone else "sucked." So at an early age, David knew that he'd likely be working for himself down the road.

Asia Evolution Success Comes from a Blend of Best Practices from East and West

John Park's first job was working at Mead Data Central in Dayton, Ohio, which is about as Midwest as it gets in the US. Having lived in Korea in his formative years, followed by Japan (junior high) and Australia (high school), John quickly noticed some of the differences between Korea and the US. He observed that the American work environment is much more open, flexible, and dynamic than the Korean work environment. This first impression would stay with him as he worked at other American blue chip companies like McKinsey and Goldman Sachs.

Passion Guides Kwangsug Lee to Help Others and to Build Incruit

After conducting interviews with entrepreneurs based in the U.S., New Zealand, and Australia, I was excited to talk to entrepreneurs with companies based in Asia to see their leadership style, people management methods, and company cultures. My first stop after Australia was Korea, where I met with Kwangsug Lee of Incruit.

Paul Chan Chooses to Be Great at pureprofile

Paul Chan's father was an entrepreneur, so it's no surprise that Paul's first job was to work at the family business. At 13 years old, Paul started working at his father's Yum Cha restaurant in Sydney's Chinatown. He quickly learned that work could be hard. More importantly, he decided that he wanted to innovate and redefine traditional ways of working.

Rebekah Campbell of Posse Fears Missing Out More Than Failure

As an only child, Rebekah Campbell claims that she was often bored and spent her free time thinking and planning which made her quite ambitious. At age seven, she sold flowers from her house. On the first day, she didn't make one sale. Yet Rebekah noticed that cars would be driving pass her before even noticing her modest flower stand.