Write a Bad Book

Last October, I tweeted, “Writing a bad book is better than writing no book.” I didn’t realize how controversial it would get. Some people like it. Some people don’t. Regardless, I appreciate all comments from those who took time to give. Of course, writing a good book is better than writing a bad book. But … Continue reading Write a Bad Book

Always Set Your Alarm Clock

Set your alarm clock even on weekends, even if you don’t need to go to work, even if you don’t need to wake up so early. You see, setting your alarm clock actually means activating your discipline. You don’t just let yourself sleep till noon. That’s simply unacceptable. There’s a Chinese idiom that says, stupid … Continue reading Always Set Your Alarm Clock

Rich and Poor

People think that buying a diamond ring, or a car, or a luxurious handbag, on a few thousand dollars monthly salary is acceptable. It’s quite stupid. “Rich people buy assets. Poor people buy liabilities.” “Assets put money in your pocket. Liabilities take money out of your pocket.” “Most people spend money that they don’t have, … Continue reading Rich and Poor

Turning A Tiny Idea Into Massive Success

Isn’t it amazing? All the most massive accomplishments in the history of mankind began with just a tiny idea. The Great Wall of China. The Eiffel Tower. The Empire State Building. The Great Pyramids of Giza. The Taj Mahal. Great companies like Apple, Amazon, Tesla, Walmart, Microsoft, and Facebook. Great success stories like Warren Buffett, … Continue reading Turning A Tiny Idea Into Massive Success