Easier said than done!
It is hard to be the odd one out, the one going against the grain, the black sheep. You stand out, people call you names and you get known as the dreamer.
Well, it has worked out pretty well for me. I moved to one of the most conservative countries in the world, Japan, when I was 20 years old. And somehow, over the past 16 years, I have managed pretty well to juggle working alongside the Japanese, while trying to think outside the box and make my own independent moves.
This year, I teamed up with my friend and business partner to create “Sharp and Savvy”.
Follow us on our journey as we travel through China, Korea, Japan and beyond. Watch us create a successful online business and share with you how we do it.
We will make mistakes along the way, but that is all apart of the learning experience and being the chess player, not the chess piece.
“Be the chess player, not the chess piece” – Ralph Charell