Halfway through his one-year sabbatical, Bjorn Lee panicked.
After working in Zopim – a Singapore company which made its founders millionaires after getting acquired by US customer service software Zendesk – Lee sensed it was time to leave and find a new adventure.
Except that he was stuck.
“I had an existential crisis,” he tells me. “I tried a lot of stupid ideas. When you start a new company, you always think about what’s...