Disclaimer Alert: Please take in mind that what you will be reading below is written from a perspective of a person who is pitching RightValley. RightValley is a company I started to found last year. Below you will take a glimpse of the heart of a company whose foundations started way before it was even […]Read More The Identity of RightValley
Recently I’ve been struggling in my idea of enjoying work. Work has been non-stop both for my startup and my dayjob, and burnout just seems to be around the corner. I’ve been finding it difficult to enjoy doing my work. And it bothers me, both the struggle from the high demands of my work and […]Read More In Search of Joy In Work
The 21 Common Sense Business Development Truths are points of business truths coined from the book “Financial Times Guides: Business Development – How to Win Profitable Customers and Clients” by Ian Cooper. These down-to-earth truths, as Ian has coined, offer much wisdom on how to develop your business, whether you’re just planning to start out […]Read More The 21 Common Sense Business Development Truths
Pain has a weird way of knocking at my door and trying to change me. Her cold, colorless heavy air and her overwhelming, sheer weight would almost always slow down my pace, make me sit on my chair, and force to me my unwanted introspective questions. My frustrated poetic expressions aside, I would like to think […]Read More Is It Worth Starting a Company In Your 20s?
Learning To Read The first time that I read a book from cover to cover was when I was in highschool. Our English teacher assigned us a project of reading a book and then making a review out of it. Being a highschool kid who never had any interest in books, I got myself a […]Read More Three Reasons Why You Should Read Books
People have been asking me how I’m doing so much with my finite time: having a full-time day job, a startup at the sidelines, music and songwriting, a fitness goal, a language goal, reading goals, and this blog to run. To answer this, I have to be blunt upfront. I’m not the best at time management. […]Read More Four Keys For A Better Time Management
It has been just one month since I had the guts to initiate a startup while still having my day job. One month isn’t much, but it has been a great and exciting ride, especially for a lone wolf who previously preferred to work by himself. With only a month, I already learned a lot […]Read More Things I Gained One Month From Running A Startup While Having A Dayjob