Kuala Lumpur Trip — Euphorya - Issue #40
Is the month where I will just keep on doing things to finish up. I want to finish up things faster. Is getting really challenging as the pressure goes on. Being a creative person or person who spent time doing quality work just takes time and most importantly, ideas don’t come easily. It takes sleepless nights and endless trials.
I feel so exhausted lately and yet the people around me keep pushing my limits. As for me, the more pressure you put on me, I will feel anxiety. When anxiety strikes i will just automatically shut myself from all the noise and I will start to ignore you. We are people that are born with feelings and also with brains to think. Why can’t we just be better people? Better in understanding the religion, better in understanding certain skills in an industry, and the list goes on. Being better is important but not putting pressure.
“It’s a good thing that at a startup, being stressed is often balanced by being excited. Otherwise the stress would kill you”
Just one day before I was in Batam and the next day go to Kuala Lumpur, stay over at Starpoints Hotel at Jalan Masjid India. The hotel is good to stay. Had to do video recording over at Menara Felda like 8 hours of recording + 3 days of trip video recording. It was tiring but worth it I guess? Different industries I have to deal with.
Finally after so many years we have our own startup tshirt officially! I think that is like 6 years late! haha. Startup this days just waste time on all this cool merch, we didn’t focus on that, but after 6 years we had ours printed! Because we need to! lol
Glad to print my first company T-shirt, “Euphorya!” And also the first company trip together with my partner. I can’t wait to launch my company officially and get investors. So much money need to make and to cover many cost too. This is neither a holiday trip though it looks like it but is not. Got back from Batam & KL, spent my time with family, work and classes. I felt that this time is more challenging as stress and anxiety strikes.
Good morning, back to Singapore!
Originally published at www.fajarsiddiq.com on May 2, 2017.