Seen in his ambitious courage leading battles against life’s challenges and his own, all while being stylishly dressed.
The foreign exchange may be a complex system that most of us wouldn’t comprehend easily, but it certainly offers Aaron Chia plenty of challenges in his workplace. Although his background wasn’t in finance, he finds it a stimulating environment today and enjoys his work with great passion.
AM: When was the last time you did something that you never thought you would’ve?
AC: I picked up Muaythai again after breaking my fingers in a tournament. It felt really good to overcome my fears and what a relief!
AM: If you could pick up any skill, what would it be, and why?
AC: If I could acquire the skill to read females’ mind and finally understand all the sublime complexities of their psychology, that would alleviate so many of the heart-pounding nerve wrecking situations I find myself caught in.
AM: Which actor would you say is someone you truly admire?
AC: I look up to Robert Downey Jr. for his determination to climb out from his drug addictions and depression and successfully revive his career. And I admire how he is not afraid to be ego-manical.
AM: Women in Singapore are…
AC: Like exquisite ice cream. Cold and intriguing on the outside, but surprisingly warm and fuzzy on the inside.
AM: The mark of a successful individual is…
AC: Seen in his ambitious courage leading battles against life’s challenges and his own, all while being stylishly dressed.
AM: What’s your greatest regret in life so far?
AC: I guess it’s not having started earlier in having the courage to live a life true to myself, rather than the life others expect of me.
AM: The four things that matter to you most are…
AC: Staying true to myself, building my career, spending quality time with my family and never letting my ego get in the way of my admitting my failures.