Speed Wins

When in doubt, optimize for speed. Speed will always win — when it comes to business, entrepreneurship, workflow, and life:

This means:

  1. Optimize for smaller file sizes
  2. Optimize for quicker artistic production (shooting JPEG on digital camera small size files, digital art works, etc).
  3. When responding to others, best to respond quickly and promptly (even though the reply may be not as well-crafted)

Entrepreneurship by KIM

Become the change which you desire to see manifested in the world!

Become you.

  1. The Philosophy of Happiness
  2. When to Over-Estimate, When to Under-Estimate?
  3. Never Stop Iterating
  4. Money as a Tool for Life and Artistic Experimentation
  5. Less But More Premium
  6. Mainstream vs Low-Key Success
  7. Why Dissatisfaction is Good
  8. SEEK YOUR OWN PERSONAL MAXIMAL BENEFIT INSTEAD OF COMPLAINING
  9. Manifest Your Destiny
  10. Is it Best to *Not* Communicate Your Inner Thoughts or Ideas With Others?
  11. CREATE THINGS YOU WISH TO SEE MANIFESTED IN THE WORLD
  12. How to Do More Work
  13. CONTROL.
  14. Competition is for Losers
  15. Change.
  16. Your Competitive Advantage with Insanely Fast Wifi and High Speed Internet
  17. Pseudo Individualism
  18. Natural Internal Promoting vs External Promptings

Think for Yourself.

  1. Survival vs Thrivival
  2. Become Rich
  3. SECRETS.
  4. Why it is Better to Beg for Forgiveness than Ask for Permission
  5. Thinking About the Past Prevents You From Thinking About the Future
  6. How to Predict the Future
  7. Tools of Mass Distraction
  8. So What?

FREEDOM


Never stop innovating: “Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Photography Entrepreneurship“.


Entrepreneurship Mindset


Put a Dent in the Universe.

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By ERIC KIM

Artist-Philosopher