Hari Yellina always believed success was a measure of wealth. “In that sense, I was interested in being wealthy,” says Yellina.
A job as a software developer gave him the ideal start as it was a lucrative and rewarding career. But the entrepreneur in him surfaced, and he started a series of businesses—software development firm, car workshop, second-hand car sales company, service stations, and restaurants. It didn’t take long for him to realise the highly competitive markets left him with no time for himself.