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Life isn't always sweet in the C-suites

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27.2.2020

BTWeekend: Life isn't always sweet in the C-suites

Read more at The Business Times.

Friday's issue of Weekend magazine looks at how lonely it can be in the C-suites, with one Singapore-based mental health counsellor and corporate trainer estimating that 70-80 per cent of top executives suffer from mild, moderate to severe depression. We look at this silent affliction that few top executives want to discuss, and how it can be overcome.

On the dining front, while we are more familiar with wine sommeliers, find out which fine-dining restaurants are increasingly developing in-house experts in areas such as cheese, caviar, tea and even non-alcoholic beverage pairings to make your meal more memorable. We also check out some of the latest watch models being launched before the major watch shows; peep into a house that is filled with little surprises; and sample some of the major shows being planned for this year's Singapore International Festival of the Arts.



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