New year resolution no more

I didn’t make any of the 2014 resolution so I’ll just stop. Instead I’ll just make the change now. Little actionable changes that can be done right now. I want to lose weight, so I start waking up early in the morning and do a 10 minutes workout (I chose freeletics btw). Laughable? Yes, doable? Read More


Most people don’t know what they want

I’m currently reading Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely and this guy is brilliant. Here’s my favorite quote so far Most people don’t know what they want unless they see it in context. We don’t know what kind of racing bike we want—until we see a champ in the Tour de France ratcheting the gears on Read More


Change is now

It would take some time to change, but the decision to change is instant. If you want to change, change now. Not tomorrow, not next year. Tomorrow is an excuse, next year is an excuse. Stop making excuses or you’ll never get what you want. “I’ll exercise more starting tomorrow” “I’ll go on a diet Read More


Spoiled Little Startups

To me, the word startup is starting to lose meaning. It becomes too much of a buzzword that people started to forget how it all usually began: In a garage, born from a burning passion of one or two people. It was never the millions of angel money or the big buy out. It was Read More


Learning how to unlearn

Don’t let your education interferes with your learning. Albert Einstein said that and I agree. Schools and colleges (especially college) put a lot of garbage in our head and it’s really hard to know what we really need and what we need to unlearn. So here’s 4 things that I unlearn from my education and Read More