My goal with this week’s newsletter is to come up with a 1-minute explanation of what lifestyle gamification is (around 130 words) and hopefully I can …
I want to document my entire learning and execution journey, from breaking down the sport to daily execution. The official timeline for this challenge …
A book represents the author’s knowledge map about the subject. Your knowledge map about a subject is your understanding of the subject. So how do you …
There are two types of reading: passive and active. What most people considered to be reading is passive reading. Why? Because it is easy. Or because a…
Real tranquillity is the state reached by an unperverted mind when it is relaxed — Seneca. Not by removing external noises for that’s outside of our co…
This week is a short piece on internal flame. The fire inside you. The hungriness for more. The internal drive. Find your internal flame. And the rest …
When it comes to making decisions, it’s important to consider two factors: a) Strong Why and b) Fun. Good decisions (Level 1 and 2) only consider the f…
What’s the ultimate objective of the game of life? I am a huge advocate of lifestyle gamification; the game of life. It’s how I see the world; it’s how…
This week’s newsletter is about calmness in the midst of chaos; how I have experienced the power of staying mentally calm in driving performance result…
Memento Mori is the ancient practice of reflection on mortality and the inevitability of death. What I like about Memento Mori is that it teaches you t…
⭐️ Summary: If you are looking to master something, then your focus level is dependent on the level of mastery you are seeking. If you are looking to a…
❓Question of the Week: What’s your plan for the second half of the year? What are you going to do differently this time? Q3 is going to be surrounding …