Big Game & Small Game

 

Here are my experiences:

If you win the small game and lose the big game (by a lack of wisdom), you feel good but ultimately you lose and you think it’s unfair.

If you lose the small game (by a lack of attention to detail) but win the big game, you feel bad but ultimately you win, and you think your wisdom have paid off.

Isn’t there a win-win situation? Well, almost all those who can win both have successfully accomplished something.

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Albert Einstein Once Said…

 

"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction."

"A person starts to live when he can live outside himself."

"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."

I whole-heartedly agree. All so freaking true.

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What the hell for?

 

Yeah, life! Eat, work (sleep), have fun, rinse, sleep, repeat.

WTF.

I am amazed to see how human is able to tolerant such repetition for ~365*80 days, and yet, this is all we have. All we have.

How much fun can you squeeze out of insignificant events? It seems an infinite amount of fun can be dug out of infinite small things. What keeps us going? What makes you feel good about tomorrow?

P.S.

You are smart when you feel like an idiot. You are diligent when you feel like not having done enough.

– Sikuli

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If I Could, I Would Have Bought 100

 

G9 Deal

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Project Hitler Manifesto

 

It’s official. My latest project, codename Hitler has begun. Project Hitler is the project of project and is highly ambitious. It incorporates all areas concerning my life and its end result will definitely be beyond current imagination.

As you know for the past several years I have been laying low and didn’t want any unnecessary attention. Well, now I want some change. You see, something was wrong about me; something not quite right, but it was fixed; somehow, I know what’s right now, and I am almost always right. That’s how Project Hitler came to begin.

For the first time in a long time, I have gained confident in myself and believe that I can do it, even though I may not 😉 That’s the way to go isn’t it?

For the first time in a long time I have gained optimism. For too long, I was in depression and pessimistic thoughts poured all over me. “What’s the point? How will it change anything?” That was my favorite thought, but now the pessimistic view have been changed.

I say, optimism alone may be the only thing one needs. Regardless of one’s past situations, as long as you look to the future in a positive way, and as long as you stay in that way, your future will be awesome. Oh, I digress.

Project Hitler is an ambitious self-improvement plan. My first plan was to learn the English language and see beyond the great firewall of China. It started in late 2003; I successfully did that in 2005. But now, after 5 years, I did nothing. There had been no great plan. I wanted nothing.

Everything will be changed with Project Hitler. In two years, you will see a new me. It’s like an awakening. I have been sleeping for five years, and now it’s time to wake up.

After World War I, Hitler rebuilt the Germany Army in a short time and conquered the whole Europe. What gift did Hitler have besides his ability to persuade? His instincts. Well, I have my instincts too, and I believe they will guide me to the right path.

For the longest time I have been seeking a way out of the mediocre. Guess what, I was wasting my time. I am not the mediocre after all.

This is where it all started. Mark my words.

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Idiots

 

Back in last August I chose around 15 stocks and my plan was to buy $1000 of each of them and sell when they go higher. Well today I just checked their current prices compared to back then and guess what, if I had done exactly what I had planned I would have made at least 30% of all money invested, just like I thought.

So why wasn’t I able to execute my original plan but instead lost almost all my stock money? Simply because I don’t have the money and had to take risks; my parents didn’t trust my plan well enough to give me the means to execute it.

Next time, baby, next time. Next time when I have my own money, I will show exactly what I mean by this title.

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Not Enough Time

 

Everything freaking takes time… How much time do you have everyday minus sleep and three meals? About 14-15 hours. Pathetic!

Poof! And it’s gone.

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