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Rule 9: Be Fucking Precise

February 22nd, 2018 No Comments

Today marks a happy day as I just started working after a long break from 2018 Lunar New Year. It’s the year of the dog and the accompanying element is earth. And I have found something so important that I intend to add this rule to my Top 10 List. Recall that Top 10 List (click […]

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Rule 8: As One Thinketh

May 25th, 2017 No Comments

I have wanted to collect the top 10 best ideas and so far I have found 7. I’m going to add the 8th one today*.

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Reimagining the Future

February 2nd, 2015 No Comments

I have wanted to write something about three card poker and how to ace the game since Chinese New Year is around the corner but I guess not on second thought, since we have talked about baccarat and three player mahjong previously. Instead I want to share something on how we think we think about the […]

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How Will You Measure Your Life

August 9th, 2014 No Comments

The 6th great idea* I discovered comes from a book called How Will You Measure Your Life by Clayton Christensen, a book I highly recommend. It starts with the question: (1) What to think vs how to think

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Lateral Thinking

May 18th, 2014 No Comments

It’s an exciting day because I just found the fifth concept

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The Elephant and The Rider

December 29th, 2013 1 Comment

I first read about the concept of the rider and the elephant in Switch by Chip and Dan Heath. From that book I traced the source back to a guy called Jonathan Haidt, the author of The Happiness Hypothesis. He has been teaching psychology using this concept for more than a decade now.

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Cracking Life’s Code – Understanding Anthony Robbins’ Master System

September 19th, 2013 No Comments

It must seem like ages ago since I last updated this blog, for which I sincerely apologize. Anyway, technology has indeed shrunk space (removing geographical limitations), expanded time and eased the flow of knowledge. Alvin Toffler identified these 3 deep fundamentals like 30 over years ago. (click here for the post).

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A Great Man Is Also One Question

September 8th, 2012 6 Comments

The reason I thought Patricia Madson is fantastic is because her writing is exceptionally inspiring. If you can, get her book called Improv Wisdom, her one and only book I think. Click here for the previous post. Consolidating her experience into a mere 13 maxims or rules, she teaches us how to paint outside the […]

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A great man is one sentence

April 18th, 2011 1 Comment

I find this extremely inspiring. From the book Drive, pp. 154-155, Daniel Pink wrote: In 1962, Clare Boothe Luce, one of the first women to serve in the U.S. Congress, offered some advice to President John F. Kennedy. ‘A great man,’ she told him, ‘is one sentence.’ Abraham Lincoln’s sentence was: ‘He preserved the union […]

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