2020 Annual Review
The Art of Fuck You
About Sergeant Seung Hyun Chung
Last year my grandfather shared with me an essay he wrote. It was in Korean so I couldn’t read it. I wish I had read it earlier because this essay is his story and it explains so much.
I am sharing his story here.Continue reading About Sergeant Seung Hyun Chung
What I Learned in 2019
This year has been another one of those years that is ending in a different place than I could have ever imagined.Continue reading What I Learned in 2019
Meditations on Emptiness
I meditated this morning and it helped me realize the stillness that I read about yesterday in Stillness is the Key by Ryan Holiday and saw in the documentary Free Solo.Continue reading Meditations on Emptiness
Talent, Mastery, Esports, and Teamwork
I’ve never done cocaine but I used to play competitive esports before it was a thing and it was one of the most exhilarating times I’ve ever had in my life. The other exhilarating times in my life were the first months after starting my first business and also the first months after meeting the love of my life.
Maybe that paints a picture of how exhilarating it was. It was like a drug.Continue reading Talent, Mastery, Esports, and Teamwork
Cut the Bullshit
If you follow my blog or social media, you may have wondered, what has Youn been up to and been doing all these months?
To answer your question, I think I’ve spent the past two years mourning my grandma’s death. I wasn’t sad or crying during this whole time but I was emotionally and psychologically stuck.
If you’ve seen the TV show Dark, it was like I was making progress on moving forward but then I would hit an invisible roadblock of feelings that I could not overcome and that I was going through over and over again.Continue reading Cut the Bullshit
What I Learned in 2018
Last year I learned how to build a 7 figure Amazon business and then my grandmother passed away. It was a tough time for me. I asked myself a lot of questions in 2018. This year I learned that I could scale 7 figure businesses, found clarity, and more. Continue reading What I Learned in 2018
Lessons from my Grandfather
I spent most of my childhood running around on my own, prowling the neighborhood when I got older. I also spent a lot of time with my grandparents who piggybacked me as a baby or held my hand as we walked to the park. My grandparents are my superheroes. Continue reading Lessons from my Grandfather