Dare To Fail: How Failures Lead To Bigger Success

By Lim Lay Hsuan|20-08-2015 | 1 Min Read

Jonathan Yabut is the Season 1 winner of the hit pan-Asian reality TV show, The Apprentice Asia hosted by Malaysian business mogul Tony Fernandes.

Yabut has inspired thousands of young Asians for his popular quote, “You can never be too small to dream big”, and is a strong advocate of youth empowerment, leadership and entrepreneurship.

Yabut is also a faculty partner at Leaderonomics. His book, From Grit to Great, recalls his inspiring journey in winning the show.

Check out what Yabut has to share about his experience learning from his failures to attain bigger success along the way.

Also, meet Yabut in person as he will be speaking at the Mega Careers & Study Fair @ KLCC this Aug 22–23, 2015. Check out www.careersandstudy.com for more information.

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