“Take the journey even if it means alone.”Anonymous Since November 2020, I've been running, executing, curating, marketing and financing Kick Ass Letters, a private community of like-minded people who are seeking to take on comfort challenges. As someone who's never ran either a weekly newsletter or a community, it's been quite a experience. On one … Continue reading The grind can be lonely
“Learn to value yourself, which means: fight for your happiness.”Ayn RandTweet 2020, what a year. Every year, I spend an hour or two doing all of the following: Write up an annual review of what I've accomplished, need to improve, new bucket list items, and so on (using Notion this year for this)Create next year's … Continue reading 2020 Review & Perspectives
“Good enough is not good enough if it can be better. And better is not good enough if it can be best.”Rick RigsbyTweet Over the years, I've watched a series of videos, specifically on Youtube, to gain insights and to be inspired. I thought I'd share some of these videos that have helped inspire me, … Continue reading Videos that have made a big impact on me
“The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus.”Bruce LeeTweet Focus on what you can control. Focus on what you can take action on. Focus on the people that you care about. Focus on what matters to you. Focus on your priorities. Focus on what makes you happy. Whatever your focus is, embrace it … Continue reading Focus on what matters to you
If you think about it, life's just a series of choices. Should I eat this? ✅/❌ Should I apply for that job? ✅/❌ Should I quit my job? ✅/❌ As you can see, when confronted with decisions we just have to make a choice. Right or wrong. Sure, you could say maybe. But that just … Continue reading Life’s just a series of choices
Finally, I've officially launched Kick Ass Letters, a crowdsourced weekly email challenge series to help people take action towards self-growth and personal development. I decided to create this project for many reasons, but the main one was to ultimately help people who may be struggling to find motivation and purpose in life. Why? Because this … Continue reading Kick Ass Letters is live!
For the past few weeks, I've been struggling with my identity. Social media has questioned me on what I'm doing and why I'm doing it. E.g. why do I get so damn bothered when someone unfollows me? I've found myself on LinkedIn and Twitter posting things that were sometimes true to my heart and sometimes … Continue reading Being true to myself
I failed. Hear me out. For the longest time, I've been compelled to do things that made others happy. For the longest time, I've felt that my goal was to mask who I am to make others accept me. Weird and somewhat sad, I know. My upbringing was difficult, and when both of my parents … Continue reading I failed.
Journaling is one of the most powerful tools I've come across. Prior to 2010, I did barely any journaling. Truth be told, I didn't quite understand it. How wrong I was.... 🤦 Fast forward 10 years later, I journal almost daily. Why? Because it calms me down, relieves my stress and allows me to dive … Continue reading Why I use a voice recorder to journal my thoughts
From corporate to running my own business, what my journey has been like
“Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.”— Les Brown I found this quote almost 3 years ago, and it has remained one of my favorites up until this day. Something about it is just so poignant and so deeply true. When I read this quote, I wondered … Continue reading Overcoming fear and doubt is a lifelong pursuit
Don't let your past define you. You can rewrite your story and become you want to become.
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Saying goodbye to the ones you love
As you can tell, this post is long overdue.... But better late than never! I've been spending a lot of time recently thinking about how the 2019 year went and what I hope to achieve in 2020. Although there were some great things that happened like the birth of my son, there were also some … Continue reading 2019: A Year in Reflection