I guess like most people in this world, I had a pre-conceived notion of what being "successful" meant, and convinced myself that it was difficult to achieve. I started working since I was 14 and juggled work with studying (4 years for a double degree) in order to climb the corporate ladder. The shock of Jason's hospital admission was a wake-up call. We realised we had to take action in order to live the life we want, before it's too late. As a newlywed couple, we also had plans for children, but we worried about how we were going to raise them when we barely even saw each other. I was drawn to this business and discovered that we can have it all.