The best Amazon conference I attended this year. Continue reading RMRC (Rocky Mountain Reseller Conference) 2017 Notes
My thoughts on how I overcame two suicide attempts and got to where I am now.
Boost with FBA was the first conference by Amazon that I attended. If you weren’t able to make it to Boost, luckily I took almost 30 pages of notes from the sessions I attended. Here they are! Continue reading Boost with FBA 2017 Notes
My parents owned and managed a small business in New York City for over 10 years. I watched my parents work themselves into cancer and disease. They got so sick and made so little that they had no choice but to sell their business and retire because they couldn’t afford healthcare. They sacrificed the best years of their life for their children but have little to show for it.
This is what I learned from that experience on how to design the best lifestyle for yourself as an entrepreneur.
The notes I took from ACE were so popular, here are my notes from the IMA sessions at ASD. Continue reading 2017 ASD IMA Session Notes
The top 3 things I learned at ACE.
- What’s your why?
- Figure out what you’re good at
- “Do only what you can do and outsource the rest”
Continue reading for my review of ACE and more extensive notes. Continue reading The Top 3 Things I Learned at the 2nd ACE Conference
I am finally launching this blog because I have just started the Founder Institute this summer. I will be blogging about my journey here.
Through this blog I hope to cover:
- Founder Institute Updates
- Book Reviews
- Personal Essays
- My Personal Photography Collection Released Via Creative Commons
- Thoughts and more!
The 40% rule is the idea that when you think you’ve reached your limit, you’re actually only 40% done. It’s one of my favorite concepts right next to the 80/20 rule also known as the Pareto principle.Continue reading How Breaking My Arm Taught Me the 40% Rule
I am a 23 year old Korean-American millennial. However, unlike most people my age, I mostly sit at home all day working from the computer in my pjs which some people might consider as doing nothing (if my little sister can attest). A lot of people don’t know what I do, and to be honest, I’m still trying to figure it out too. However, here’s a blog post about my journey into entrepreneurship. If you want to skip the intro, scroll down till you hit the 3 Reasons. Continue reading 3 Reasons Why I Became an Entrepreneur