Since I haven’t written in like almost half a year, I think its due for an entry! Even though I could write a book about what sort of stuff happened while I was in Hong Kong, my 21st birthday, and post 21 life, I’ll keep it as short as possible.
For those who keep asking me if I’m back from Hong Kong, yes I’m back and I came back early March LOL! I’ve had a lot of mistakes in my life such as shoplifting dried shrimp when I was four at 88 and Yor.net (wow please don’t remind me), but Hong Kong turned out to be the best decision in my life. Cool people, orgasmic food, and dicking around in the office was cool. My Cantonese is pretty far from perfect but at least I understand a lot more than I did coming into Hong Kong. Its so important to take a break from normal life and try to be adventurous for awhile. After coming back I felt refreshed and a lot more motivated with my life. By the way I went on my first upside down roller coaster and it was fucking fun. Also it was nice to feel like a baller paying for an expensive gym and beasting everyone. More to come later….
I didn’t do anything other than chill/dinner at Fusion with Henry, Danny, James, and Lilia. Being 21 just means I can go clubbing and no I still don’t drink and I didn’t drink in Hong Kong. Birthdays just aren’t a big thing for me anymore.
Post 21 Life
I’m trying to become more responsible with my life after Hong Kong and everything. When I left for Hong Kong I felt my life was falling apart and wasn’t ready for the change.
I’ve been trying to improve in the areas of school, money, lifting and nutrition, kung fu , dancing, and entrepreneurship. School I’ve risen my GPA up substantially since my epic fail from last year. Now I do more work in less time. With money I read IWillTeachYouToBeRich by Ramit Sehti and changed my perspectives on money and investing. Now I’ve started the basic building blocks for investing and have more money than ever. My whole system is automated and I don’t have to worry about late payments or anything! Lifting and nutrition, I started up RedPointFitness for my diet and stick religiously to it. I also bought a sledgehammer, ninja’ed a tire, and a sled for my cardio. Even with being sick, I’m strong than ever ROAR. Kung fu I wish I would dedicate more time to but still I’m steadily improving. But a least now I’m trying to be a more controlled fighter rather than a tank. My dancing style has changed ever since I came back from Hong Kong. It’s more fluid now and not as hard and rigid as before. Although I have a long way to go, I feel like it expresses exactly how I feel. THIS IS PROBABLY THE NEWEST THING, but my brother an I started our own protein company up! If you need protein call me! I’ll make an official post soon with the website and everything.
However, the thing that has taught me the most are the PUA readings. It changed my whole attitude about things and my self confidence. Although its taught me a lot about girls and how I “spit my game”, its taught me that confidence is key for everything. No one likes people who just mope around all day. If there’s a problem, I go out and fix it. No excuses!
Anyways I haven’t had time to write because I’ve been busy! All this self improvement stuff takes up a lot of my time. I’m also working at UMass Medical on HIV drugs this summer along with everything else on my plate. Only reason why I’m writing this is because I’m running a four hour reaction -_-
MORE TO COME LATER!