Dr. Richard Teo Keng Siang had everything by the time he was in his 30s: wealth measured in millions of dollars, a thriving aesthetics practice and sports cars, including a Ferrari 430.
Money is all that mattered to him even before he was young. He dreamed of having a good life.
He opted an easier path so he switched from ophthalmology to aesthetics. It paid handsomely. In the first year, his cosmetic surgery clinic "was raking in millions".
But in March2011, Dr Teo, a light smoker, was struck down by terminal lung cancer. And his attitude changed.
When the "music's over", Dr Teo realised that happiness didn't come from enriching oneself.
Watch this video and learn from Dr. Teo.