Cycling · People I meet · Tour journal · Work

When life gives you rubber dust…

Meeting me at the new pier of Cu Chi tunnels, Adrian immediately asked with his broken English: “How many kilometer is our ride today?” I was stunned. Oh man, not again, I thought. With just 6 hour’s sleep and the boredom of riding the routes over and over again, now my customer is even bringing me… Continue reading When life gives you rubber dust…

Self-awareness · Work

Stop looking for true calling

Today TED shares a blog-post about True Calling. U know what? I know a better term for it. Instead of true calling model of TED, this model involves four factors interacting with each other before (hopefully) coverging into the core, which is named Ikigai, a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being”. There are something… Continue reading Stop looking for true calling

Goodreads · Work

“Don’t be a hero”

Above are extratcs of two books about work and producvity. One is intuitive advice from an experienced entrepreneur, another is a chapter elaborating Pomodoro single-tasking mindset. They met for a moment in an echo chamber. “Workaholics aren’t heroes. They don’t save the days. They just use it up. the real hero is alredy home because… Continue reading “Don’t be a hero”