Recently, my wife and I went fishing with our friends at a nearby park walking distance from Taman Jaya LRT station. It was Saturday morning and the sun has just risen. When we got there, there were already many people jogging around the area. We hurriedly went to look for a place to put the… Continue reading 5 tips on how to fish effectively – things I learned while fishing at Taman Jaya Park
To celebrate my wife’s birthday, my wife and I wanted to go out of town. Take some time off. Relax. We’ve both been very busy at work the past month and thought we both needed a break – a perfect getaway. There were a couple of things we had in mind. First, it had to… Continue reading Escapade to Malaysia's Pangkor Island Beach Resort
Maybe I’m just bored. I don’t know. There are many things in this world I’d like to do. But it’s easier to just let things be and not disturb the status quo. Pretend everything is ok, when it’s not. Life is screaming for something more, a life filled with passion, a life full of purpose. The more I reflect of things I don’t have, the more I feel depressed, the more I think that I want to quit, the more life feels like a burden. It’s scary. It’s challenging. I’m craving for an exciting new adventure.
Earlier, I was reading a book by Robert Kiyosaki, titled If You Want to Be Rich & Happy Don’t Go to School. In the book, Robert mentions something about a quote from Dr. Buckminster Fuller, Human beings were given a left foot and a right foot to make a mistake first to the left, then… Continue reading How to ride a bike? Learning reflections on Robert Kiyosaki's 'If you want to be rich and happy, don't go to school'
It’s been quite a while since I posted something in my blog. I’ve been busy for the past couple of weeks at work and had a lot of things in my mind, especially with the current financial crisis and how it impacts me and my wife’s life. The one thing, though, that I am always… Continue reading The secret to becoming an outlier – 10,000 hours
During the past few weeks, I’ve discovered that more and more of my friends are now in Facebook. Just a year ago, I still didn’t have a Facebook profile. The past few years, I’ve been pretty much satisfied with Friendster. As most of my friends are also there, I didn’t find the need to create… Continue reading Is Facebook now more popular than Friendster in the Philippines?
For the past couple of days, I’ve been reading the book Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez. It’s a book I bought out on a whim as I saw it on sale at 20% discount. I was actually looking for another book, but when I saw the title, I remembered… Continue reading Your Money or Your Life
I’ve just finished reading Steve Pavlina’s latest post about “Living paycheck to paycheck”. I don’t think I am currently living on a paycheck to paycheck at the moment, but one thing that struck me about the post is sharing from a place of abundance rather than scarcity. On a typical day, my wife and I… Continue reading Mindset – the thin line between scarcity and abundance
A couple of days ago, I read from a blog about a book titled “Ready, Fire, Aim – Zero to $100 Million in No Time Flat". The book is about growing your business, whether it is from startup to a profitable stage, or from an stagnating business to skyrocketing success. I got excited about it… Continue reading Searching for the book Ready, Fire, Aim – Zero to $100 Million in No Time Flat and learning how to sell
For the past few days, I’ve been waking up a little earlier. I initially set my phone’s alarm to 7am, but I keep getting up before the alarm comes off. Sometimes at 5am, sometimes at 4am. I don’t know if it’s just me but I feel I’m not getting enough sleep. Or maybe it’s the… Continue reading Waking up early and my typical morning routine