[Tuning In] Haoting Chow on his 80/20 entrepreneurial mindset, animal ethics, and personal growth

Written by AJ Cortese Published on 

Haoting Chow discusses his journey to becoming a vet, and the importance of long term planning to personal growth.

Dr. Haoting Chow is a veterinarian, entrepreneur, and author based in Singapore. In this episode, Haoting discusses personal growth, as well as ethics in animal medicine. A leader in Singapore’s veterinarian circles, Haoting has also authored numerous books on personal growth and productivity. 

The interview has been edited for brevity and clarity.

KrASIA (Kr): Can you share with us your personal and professional interests?

Haoting Chow (HC): I’m a veterinarian, author, and entrepreneur based in Singapore. I spend half the week working as a private vet, and other days at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)’s Community Animal Clinic. I’m also a committee member of the Singapore Veterinary Association. In my free time, I write self-help books that can be found on Kindle, exploring human psychology and the meaning of life.

Kr: Talk about what your hometown means to you.

HC: The first thing that comes to mind is relationships. I cherish my family and friends very much. Born and bred in Singapore, I studied veterinary medicine in Melbourne, Australia for six years but returned to practice and spend time with family here.

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