How to Get Abs in 30 Days as an Asian-American Millennial

Tips to start being healthy as a young, Asian-American adult.

We all want to be healthy. But if we’re being honest with ourselves, we really just want to look good while naked.

As a millennial, there are many things in our lives that make eating healthy and losing weight really difficult.

Top that off with being Asian and the Asian-American experience, it’s a recipe for disaster.

Here are my best tips for slimming down and losing weight as an Asian-American millennial.

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TOTD: Do you need more confidence or courage? πŸ”₯

My thoughts on how these two relate.

In this Thought of the Day, I discuss:

  • The difference between confidence or courage
  • Which comes first between the two
  • How to become better at anything

As usual, please let me know your thoughts in the comments, suggestions for future videos, or even if you disagree! I read and respond to every comment πŸ™‚

TOTD: Can we be both extroverts and introverts? πŸŽ­

Why there’s more to what effects your energy levels than simply being extroverted and introverted.

In this Thought of the Day, I discuss:

  • Developing the skill to be extroverted
  • Certain situations and groups can influence your energy levels
  • Levels of trust plays a big part

As usual, please let me know your thoughts in the comments, suggestions for future videos, or even if you disagree! I read and respond to every comment πŸ™‚

TOTD: Excellence doesn’t happen on accident πŸŒŸ

You’re not going to get buff working out.

In this Thought of the Day, I discuss:

  • The weird way people think about their goals
  • When people talk about working out
  • Why you won’t be the next Arnold Schwarzenegger or Michael Phelps

As usual, please let me know your thoughts in the comments, suggestions for future videos, or even if you disagree! I read and respond to every comment πŸ™‚

TOTD: Why I’ll never say the N-word πŸ™Š

My thoughts on race, empathy, and self-restraint.

In this Thought of the Day, I discuss:

  • My perspective on not saying the n-word
  • What the deeper meaning is for having self-restraint
  • How an old boss of mine had no empathy for others

As usual, please let me know your thoughts in the comments, suggestions for future videos, or even if you disagree! I read and respond to every comment πŸ™‚

TOTD: How to have good conversations πŸ—£

What makes a good conversation.

In this Thought of the Day, I discuss:

  • Why I like talking about religion and politics while many people don’t
  • How to approach touchy topics in a discussion
  • Why truly listening and empathizing is scary and dangerous for us

As usual, please let me know your thoughts in the comments, suggestions for future videos, or even if you disagree! I read and respond to every comment πŸ™‚

10 Tips to Surviving a Dance Class

How to survive a dance class for beginners.

I’ve been teaching dance as an instructor for many years now. I’ve taught hip hop, freestyle popping, and more recently K-POP. Many of my current students are beginners, or haven’t been dancing for very long. Many times, people I know who are interested in learning how to dance will ask me about taking class and some tips I have for them.

I wish I had a guide when I first started taking dance classes and one I could pass on to my new students. Therefore, I decided to create one.

Here’s my list of top 10 things to note if you plan on taking your first dance class.

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TOTD: Not saying what you believe is a form of manipulation πŸ™Š

Why you shouldn’t filter your thoughts or beliefs.

In this Thought of the Day, I discuss:

  • Being afraid of saying the wrong things to others
  • The dangers of filtering your words and beliefs
  • Can you be honest but not rude?
  • A quote from Dr. Seuss
  • How this relates to the movie Detective Pikachu

As usual, please let me know your thoughts in the comments, suggestions for future videos, or even if you disagree! I read and respond to every comment πŸ™‚