5 Mindsets for Living to the Fullest(7/3/2018)-This post is a note from a video on 5 Hard Lessons You Need to Learn Before 30. I’m not sure why the magic number 30 is there since everyone’s age span varies a bit differently, but anyways, here are the five lessons: 1. There may not be a tomorrow, so enjoy/do it now. Think … Continue reading →
How to Frontside Powerslide(6/25/2018)-This is a one of skills that helps you slow down stylishly. This post is going to focus on frontside only because it’s easier than backside. And personally, i think frontside looks more stylish and feels safer. So, without further ado, let’s get started. Pre-requisite: Riding in high speed
Three ways to get comfortable with success – Dan Lok(6/18/2018)-Be comfortable with uncomfortable consistently: Act and behave like the rich (or whatever your model is) that give you rich mindset E.g. Take business class instead of economic when going on business trips for boosting confidence E.g. Eat at a higher end restaurant every now and then to taste what your next level would be … Continue reading →
How to Get Anything You Want(6/15/2018)-According to Tony Robbin’s Unlimited Power, the answer is as simple as one word: “Ask”. The book provides five guidelines for asking intelligently and precisely:
Three body language tips to look more attractive(6/14/2018)-This note is taken from Charisma on Command’s 3 Body Language Tips to Instantly Look More Attractive 1. T-rex arm The body is too stiff and not moving much. Be more expansive and expressive. Loosen the muscles a bit and do expansive gestures. 2. Seeking behaviour Don’t look out for more interesting stuff from afar. … Continue reading →
Six Mindsets that make you more Magnetic(6/13/2018)-This note is taken from Charima on Command’s 6 Mindsets That Will Make You Magnetic (Animated). Watch it when you have a chance. 1. No Matter what, I will be okay. Just do it! You will be fine even in the worst case scenario. 2. I care about my character than reputations Stop caring about people’s … Continue reading →
When should you change your skateboard deck?(6/10/2018)-You should change it when your board gets too soggy or has pressure cracks! If you are into tricks, soggy board (with possibly razor tail) means you won’t have good high ollies because the board can no longer pop up very well. The performance of every single pop trick will be affected. Also, if you notice … Continue reading →
What size of skateboard should you get?(6/9/2018)-⭐ You only need to know that wider decks are easier to land and thinner decks are easier to flick. Generally speaking, 7.5 to 8 inches are good for beginners. When talking about the size of skateboards, people are normally referring to the width of the deck. While there are many sites point out references in … Continue reading →
How to make good first impression(6/5/2018)-You would want to build trust with other people. Make them feel that you are responsible and reliable. Dress with purpose / Clean appearance: You would want to make sure that people will want to shake that hand of yours. Body language: How you walk How you handshake Your eye contact Hand gesture Slow down, … Continue reading →
Skateboarding – How to not look like a beginner(6/4/2018)-Great, so you’ve got your skateboard and you are starting your journey to be a skateboarder. Even though everyone starts out as a beginner, well, nobody likes to be one. Here is a list of things that you can master so you look don’t look like a beginner when you are going down the street. … Continue reading →
How to Stop Procrastination(5/21/2018)-If you look at my post count for the past few months, I haven’t been very active recently. (Not like I was ever active..) Anyways, I’ve been meaning to post more often, but there’s just this voice in my head that keeps telling me: “Now is not that the time to write post, yet.” No, … Continue reading →
How to Spend Time on Public Transit(1/19/2018)-From my house to work, I needed to take 50 min of train-ride and 30-plus min of bus-ride. It roughly takes me about 3 hours a day wasted on traversing for two years. Here are a few things that I tried saving my precious time.
Dealing with Despising Comments in Face(1/17/2018)-We’ve all been looked down in life before when people don’t understand fully certain actions that we take. Here are a few techniques to confront those feedbacks that meant to bring you down:
How to be a better narrator(1/10/2018)-I was looking more into how to becoming a better article narrator, but no one seems to be focusing on that. Audiobook narration skills might just well be applicable to context so let’s take a look.
Short-circuit the Fear of Rejection(1/8/2018)-This is post is a note of Charlie’s video on How To Short-Circuit The Fear Of Rejection. Definitely check his video out if you have the luxury of time. ⭐ Disassociate the rejection ⭐ Find out why you are being rejected. Maybe it’s a skill set that you are currently missing from your workplace for example. … Continue reading →
Happiness Ladder(1/4/2018)-This post is a quick summary of Charlie’s video from Charisma on Command. His happiness ladder composes of 5 components. Going from the bottom up:
Always Help Yourself First(12/19/2017)-A high school classmate of mine always tells me that she wanted to help the homeless. That’s a great idea and a wonderful mind, but she, herself, is still heavily dependent on her parents financially or otherwise. So what? Give out the money from allowance?
How to sell anything (including yourself) to anyone(12/2/2017)-Stefan from ProjfectLifeMastery did a great job explaining this topic. If you have the 20 minutes, watch his full talk on the video on youtube (or below)! If not, here are a few quick highlights that I think are important take away from his video: The products or services that you are offering have to meet … Continue reading →
Apply what you’ve learned right away(11/26/2017)-Learning is great and fun! However, most often times passive learning (like watching videos or reading a book) is not sufficient. Passive learning may provide you the background knowledge that helps you set foot into the field, but it’s meaningless you can’t apply it in real life right away. For example, I’ve been watching a … Continue reading →