Last month, I started using Waze Carpool and became a huge fan, primarily because this new product solves my biggest problem these days -- commuting from San Jose to San Francisco. I have tried taking a cal train, but I hate how crowded it is in the mornings. Also, it was a painfully inefficient way … Continue reading Let your users report bugs #ProductFangirl
Smile! You woke up this morning 🙂 It’s the quote I recently wrote on a sticky note to carry around with me. Life is a blessing. Let's shine. ps. yup. that's me in the photo. crazy happy.
In the Bay Area, we hear about “the hottest app or device” almost every single day. Yesterday, people were losing their minds over Pokemon Go, today people are obsessed with chatbots powered by the coolest AI (Artificial Intelligence) or a hip vegan burger that “bleeds” perfectly. Tomorrow, who knows? Maybe we will talk about the … Continue reading Lessons learned from “accidental viral marketing”
Disclaimer: The original post was published on Medium in 2015. Today, I came across my Medium post and wanted to share this on my personal blog too! There are so many things that need your attention everyday when you are running a startup. It is hard to detach yourself from what you have been doing … Continue reading Honest #Startup Diaries: One year review (originally posted in 2015)
Recently, I read the book "A Man Called Ove." Ove is a grumpy old man who tries to kill himself. People think he is a miserable old man who hates everything about everyone. However, at heart, he is the kindest man who terribly misses his dead wife. He makes well thought-out plans to kill himself … Continue reading What do you want to be remembered for?
Usually my reading lists are filled with tech/ leadership/ business books as they are my favorite topics. However, in Q3, I tried something different. I started reading novels! Surprise, surprise. The novels that I picked up were definitely worthwhile. Man Called Ove (by Fedrik Backman): Love this book. The first 10 minutes into reading this … Continue reading Q3 Book reviews
Finishing the 26.2 race is not that difficult. (anyone can do it with good preparation) However, finishing the race STRONG is difficult.