Hi, I’m Alex Liu, welcome to my blog! I’m currently starting as Equity Options Trader. I recently graduated from Amherst College, majoring in CS and History. Lived in Cupertino, Shanghai, Amherst, and now New York. I’m interested in Tech, Business, China, and much more in between.
The inspiration to start a blog comes from Daniel Njoo. The style and purpose of this blog is inspired by Alexey Guzey. Future post upcoming on the tech stack of this blog. The current state of this blog is messy and a work in progress. However, I want to live up to the spirit of Khe Hy’s blog:
The implications are that the world is no longer waiting for your perfectly crafted product or project (i.e. container). It wants to see the living document grow, then self-edit, than transform into something better (i.e. stream). This means that the Pareto Principle (better known as the 80⁄20 rule) kicks into overdrive and that it’s ok for projects to be raw, messy, unfinished and WIPs. And that’s the easy part. The harder part is letting go of perfectionist tendencies and welcoming feedback (and critiques) to make your final project better. [^1]