Being a creative and an entrepreneur myself, I acknowledge that the ability to making better decisions, cultivating good habits, and maintaining great health are crucial to our work and life. That’s when I started to dive deeper into these topics to uncover what makes successful people and top performers achieve what they have achieved.
However, I don’t just write about things. Along the way, I like to try out the concepts myself as the experiment to build better habits and rituals to achieve what matters the most to me. And that indirectly shape this site, it’s one part of research-based facts and findings, one part storytelling, and one part personal thoughts and experience.
At the same time, a small selection of my work is being featured on Inc., Huffington Post, Observer, Medical Daily, Apple News and many other major publications.
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Every week, I publish a new article about productivity, behavioral psychology, and performance improvement. But I don't want to waste your time browsing around this website only found that nothing interests you. To get some ideas of what this place is about, skip everything else and read my best articles I've written over the years.
Occasionally, I turn my blog article into a longer, in-depth guide or even a mini course. They usually help solve a particular problem for the readers here to make their life better. Read or download them here.
I keep a habit to read 15 to 25 pages a day. While I'm reading, I make notes and summaries for every book I've read. Looking for recommendations on what to read next? My reading notes may be helpful.
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I'm open for interview on the topics of habit formation, behavioral psychology, productivity, and creativity. Click here for my contact information. If you want to know what am I up to now, click here.
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P.S.: I don’t have all the answers, however, it’s always my pleasure to share one and two things I've learned with you.