Synopsis: Michael Covel opens with a mini-monologue about travel including a discussion of his experiences in 2013. Then Michael talks with his guest Fabian Lim. Lim is an entrepreneur based out of Singapore. Covel and Lim discuss life in Singapore generally, and how Singapore has become “the gleaming city on the hill”; Singapore’s success despite its lack of natural resources, and how its airport represents the forward thinking found there; Lim’s first entrepreneurial ventures; the varied reasons that cause us to become entrepreneurs, and the difference between online and offline entrepreneurs; experience in the context of entrepreneurship, and how it can be used as an excuse; timeframes and getting out of the “employee” mindset; becoming rich, and why it’s a choice; classical conditioning, self-limiting beliefs, and breaking the mold to become an entrepreneur; the idea of “failing faster”; the connection between Lim’s flight training and entrepreneurship; risk and uncertainty; using simulations to practice; success traits and failure philosophy; and why choice can be the enemy of a successful entrepreneur. Free trend following DVD: trendfollowing.com/win.