Hi there, I am Wayne Liew, a digital marketer who is deeply passionate about personal development, career growth, and productivity.
On this website, I write about the concepts I am exploring to advance my career, be more productive at work, and live a better life.
What is in It for You?
If you are here, you are probably an executive like me who ponders about these questions a lot:
How to be more productive at work?
How to stay focused on what matters?
How to acquire and retain information?
How to connect and stay in touch with connections that matter?
How to get into and maintain a healthy romantic relationship?
How to approach money and personal finance?
How to build a health and fitness routine?
I believe every executive has superpowers inside them ready to be unlocked.
It is my mission to translate different approaches to the questions above into easy-to-understand and actionable insights. You can then use them to advance your career and live the dream life you always wanted.
There is no reason for you to learn from my work. I am not the smartest, fittest, nor the wealthiest person around.
The truth is that many personal development concepts, career growth ideas, and productivity tips highlighted in this website are not my own. I discover a lot of them through reading, and I run many experiments to decide how to incorporate them into my life.
Everything you read here is only for my reference. Writing about these topics brings me clarity and allows me to string everything together before presenting it to you.
Hopefully, the byproduct of this entire process is something you can relate to and find useful.
My Other Interests
For the latest on what I’m up to, check out my Now page. And here are some of my other interests to paint a better picture of myself:
Marketing and advertising. I lead a team of very smart and creative media buyers at Mindvalley, a fast-growing personal growth education technology company. Together as a team, we maximize returns from an 8-figure annual ad budget.
Apps. I am a sucker for new apps. The App Store is where I go to when I am procrastinating. I even paid for the premium version of an app mistakenly while I was falling asleep.
Slow travel. I do a lot of reading about my destination before a trip. Once I’m there, I take time to soak up everything the place has to offer. The highlights of my trips usually involve food, long walks, hikes, and unplanned adventures.