Many of us have seen the recent headlines featuring Naomi Osaka’s withdrawal from the French Open due to her mental health condition. Naomi’s decision led to an outpour of support worldwide and even triggered The International Tennis Federation to review how tennis players and media interact during tournaments. Mental health problems have been on the rise and those who work in fast paced, high-stress environments such as startups can be at risk. Naomi’s withdrawal from the French Open may reveal some surprising lessons that startup entrepreneurs can learn. Find the Balance Between Mental Health and Startup Momentum Today, more business leaders are aware that mental health impacts workplace productivity. As startup work culture can be fast paced, always prioritising business growth and moving the sales numbers upwards can lead to adverse effects on mental wellbeing. According to a research study, Singaporeans have one of the highest rates of major depressive