Reschedule

Reading books make me think and improve. And I joy the feeling of getting lightened. Ideas and thoughts I absorbed are like beacons that light up in front of me while I ventured in the ocean. The two recent books I listened, read, reviewed, and experimented “Smartcut” and “So good they can’t ignore you” has once again filled off-work schedule with fulfilling activities. I …

Be Good and Be Known

In order to be known, we have to be good at something first. But to be known is not for the sake of fame, it is a way to get better. The danger is that we get trapped by known without further to be better. As human being, we learn and master new skills seldom as individual. Other than bury our heads in front …

Creator and Investor Do Not Sleep

Some new insights based on books I read and people I observed. The rich who has created wealth do not rest on weekends or public holidays. Investors often schedule warm up meetings during dinner, occasionally accomplished by their lovely and smart wife. They will travel on weekends to catch a meeting the next Monday. If it happens another public holiday …

Thoughts as a 3-month Product Manager in Shanghai

1. Information access in China is very restricted. Widely adopted collaboration tools and workflow to assist agile development are either completely inaccessible or unbearably slow. (VPN is a walk-around, but you can’t rely on it for mission critical tasks.) 2. Copycats are not up to standard yet. They either have very limited functionality, or didn’t integrate well to the rest. Instability …

Daily Quotes

Every decision we make says something about who we are. — StartwithWhy

Daily Quotes

We learn most not from all of the things that go right. We learn most when everything goes wrong    Life changes for the better when we realize that we don’t have to know everything and we don’t have to pretend we do. — StartWithWhy

Daily Inspiration Quote

The confident ask questions to learn what will connect. The insecure just keep talking with the hope something will stick. — Start with Why