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12 Nov 2019

Which Mobile Company Make More Money in Singapore?

Singtel, M1 and Starhub command 95% of the mobile phone market share. Their customer service hotlines are made of 4 digits only. Today I shall analyse them:

Singtel 1688
16 = Platform
68 = Wealth (large)
88 = Subdued and Continuing
This means Singtel Mobile leverage on a large platform and makes huge money continuously for years to come

M1 1622
16 = Platform
62 = Leading
22 = Subdued and Continuing
This means M1 leverage on a large platform and becomes a leader, albeit a small leader, for years to come

Starhub 1627
16 = Platform
62 = Leading
27 = Wealth (small)
This means Starhub leverage on a large platform and becomes a leader, albeit a small leader. But it makes good small money from it. From the above, you can see only Singtel makes the most money. But M may have a longer life and not easily acquired, compared to Starhub. 

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11 Nov 2019

The 23 Most Common WeChat Questions

The 23 Most Common Problems Faced by All WeChat Users, New and Old, are:
  1. How to log-in WeChat (password issue and others)
  2. How to open WeChat Official Account free-of-charge
  3. How to unsubscribe from peoples' messages
  4. How to increase my WeChat friends quickly (like 100 friends in a week)
  5. How to do message broadcast (send 200 people in one go, but they receive as an individually personalised message)
  6. How to transfer messages from my existing phone to my new phone
  7. How to back up WeChat into my computer
  8. How to sell on WeChat, i.e. do business and get cash
  9. How to join group chats that are made up of people physically in China
  10. How to write in Chinese when I don't know or are not good at writing in Chinese
  11. How to delete messages en mass in WeChat
  12. How to clean up my memory in WeChat
  13. What are the correct steps to take after joining a group chat and avoid getting kicked out of groups
  14. How to form my own group chats so as to build my fan base from WeChat
  15. How to make friends and influence people via WeChat
  16. How to link WeChat to Facebook, Linked-In, and Twitter
  17. How to post longer than 15 seconds video on WeChat Moments
  18. How to post text-only messages in Moments
  19. How to create Mei Pian mini-program FREE-OF-CHARGE
  20. How to post solid articles EVERY DAY without writing a single word of Chinese and WITHOUT KNOWING CHINESE AT ALL (eg I am a non-Chinese)
  21. How to advertise for free on WeChat without paying a minimum US$20,000 to the company Tencent
  22. How to market using WeChat Moments, Broadcast, Group chats and Message
  23. Any other question (state clearly here)

8 Nov 2019

"WeChat is a Cheat!" How Singapore People Felt Cheated by WeChat

Many people in Singapore felt cheated by WeChat.

First, many of them went to free talks or short training conducted by many WeChat 'Gurus'.  Inside the talk, they were told that they must set up a WeChat Official Account if they want to get and conduct business on WeChat.  Many of them paid S$3,500 to S$9,000 to create an impressive WeChat Official Account and were promised lots of business from there. 

But because they do very little or just initial promotion of that Official Account, plus they have no new contents on their impressive Official Accounts, very few people follow their Official Accounts. As a result, they got very little business from their Official Accounts.  Many cannot even recover just 10% of their investment in creating their Official Accounts!

There are some WeChat Trainers that conduct FREE WeChat Short Training or Preview and then ask people to sign up for their 1-day or 2-days SkillsFuture funded WeChat class that costs $500 to $750 to learn how to create an official account.  After the class, many still are not able to create their own official accounts as they lack the stamina and skills in website content creation.  Only a handful few managed to create their own official accounts after the class. But these people also do very little promotion of their official accounts.  As a result, they felt that they have wasted their money and time in learning how to create WeChat Official account.

Third, there are people that were told that to get business from WeChat, you just need to join many WeChat Group chats and promote your business to the group chat members there. They didn't realise that this is breaking the law of WeChat Group chat and their accounts soon get suspended and they cannot use WeChat at all for a while.

The above are the 3 most common cheating experiences of people in Singapore.  How about you?  How many times were you cheated by WeChat?  Written by Andy Ng, WeChat Trainer Coach. Share with me your comments below. Other articles (click on their titles to read them):
  1. The 5 reasons why you cannot learn WeChat
  2. The 5 occasions to give out red packets in WeChat
  3. No shortcut in WeChat friends
  4. Everything about WeChat Accounts
  5. Five Facebook features that cannot be done in WeChat
  6. How to use messaging apps to get business
  7. Frustrations with WeChat and what to do about it
  8. The 13 Ways WeChat Groupchats is Safer than WhatsApp
  9. How to get people to Scan Your WeChat QR Code
  10. WeChat for Business
  11. How to be a WeChat Interactive Expert
  12. Six WeChat Marketing tips
  13. For those that don't know
  14. Boss around with voice messages
  15. Really Nothing?  You must be out of your mind
  16. How to Get to Know China People and add them as your WeChat Friends
  17. 7 Lessons I learn from using WeChat
  18. Groupchats: boom or bane
  19. Thinking in the clouds 
  20. Using Art of War in WeChat
  21. What?  Whatsapp can also do marketing?  Lol
  22. WeChat Conversion: the most important thing in WeChat marketing
  23. How to be active on WeChat
  24. The 5 ways to get quick sales on WeChat
  25. The only way to increase your WeChat friends
  26. Mini program are not mini at all
  27. How groupchats bring sales for a watch shop
  28. Why must increase WeChat friends first
  29. Getting real business from WeChat is about this
  30. Top 12 Ways people use WeChat wrongly
  31. Top mistaken beliefs about WeChat
  32. Top 20 ways to increase your WeChat friends

7 Nov 2019

Your What's Up in WeChat

Your What’s Up is a short description of what you stand for, not what you do. This is different from your name, which tells people what you do or who you are. We know in life people may not remember your name, who you are or what you do. But you stand for people will remember for life. Thus it is important to describe what you stand for in your WeChat Whats’Up.

Most people do not set up their Whats’s Up, as they did not realize that when people search for you in WeChat, your Whats’up will be seen immediately.

The following are good Whats’ up:

  1. Wise quotes or quotes that reflect your positioning eg Mobile Number Change Life
  2. Your company’s name, website, email and mobile number 
  3. A short message that invites people to add you as their friend on WeChat, like ‘Like to add you on WeChat so that we can expand our network and know the right people'
  4. A Short question that prompts people to interact with you, like ‘Do you know that your mobile number can make you sick?'
  5. Your positioning statement, like ‘Marketing that Works’ 
What NOT to write in your Whats’ Up are:
Useless statements that have no value, like ‘Hi there I am using WeChat’

  1. Advertisements that sell directly 
  2. Symbols or flowers that have no messages at all 
  3. Statements that reflect religion, sex and politics 
How to Do:

To set up or change your What's Up, simply go to your Me page, click on your own profile photo and select ‘More’ 
Next WeChat course at 67% discount is at here

4 Nov 2019

Art of War 13 Chapters for the Sales Team

This article was originally published at Inspire Beats.
I’ve always been a fan of the Art of War. The Art of War has been around for thousands of years and I’ve applied its strategies to anything that I do in life. This includes marketing, entrepreneurship, sales, and just life in general. The Art of War is broken down into 13 intensive chapters. Even though it might just sound like a simple war strategy book, every single chapter could be applied to closing deals and increasing sales. Let’s take a quick look at each chapter and how it can be applied to a sales team at a rapidly growing startup.
  1. Detail assessment and planning
The first chapter talks about detail assessment and planning. The chapter explores the five fundamental factors (the Way, seasons, terrain, leadership and management) and seven elements that determine the outcomes of military engagements. By thinking, assessing and comparing these points, a commander can calculate his chances of victory.
Whether you are managing a small sales team of 4 or a big sales team of 20, you want to ensure that you have good management skills.
Sun Tzu explains that the Art of War is governed by five constant factors, to be taken into account in one’s deliberations, when seeking to determine the conditions obtaining in the field. These are: (1) The Moral Law; (2) Heaven; (3) Earth; (4) The Commander; (5) Method and discipline.
The moral law causes the people to be in complete accord with their ruler so that they will follow him regardless of their lives, undismayed by any danger. This can be compared to how well you treat your sales staff. Are you keeping your sales staffs motivated? Are they being rewarded or are they being spoiled? Do you give your sales staff a “family feeling?” This allows your sales staff to stay motivated, loyal and not burnt out.
Seasons can be compared to timing. For example, do you know what time your prospect will be checking their email or the best time to shoot them a call? Calling a prospect in the middle of their deep sleep will ruin your chance of closing the deal. Monitor their social media and research into each one.
Method and discipline could be explained as the sales process and your product’s outline. Do you know your product well enough to explain every little detail to your prospects? Do you have a good sales process mapped out? Aaron Ross talks about how you should never have one sales guy doing all the work. The sales process needs to be mapped out correctly.
  1. Waging War
This chapter of the Art of War explains how to understand the economy of warfare and how success requires winning decisive engagements quickly. This section advises that successful military campaigns require limiting the cost of competition and conflict.
Again, this is another chapter where Sun Tzu emphasizes the importance of leadership and keeping your team motivated. Sun Tzu says that when you engage in actual fighting, if victory is long in coming, then men’s weapons will grow dull and their ardor will be damped. If you lay siege to a town, you will exhaust your strength.
The key takeaway from this is to not exhaust your team. Having an SDR (Sales Development Rep) send out 200 emails every single day might not be the most effective way to keep them motivated. Try splitting their work and tasks. Have them focus on emailing in the morning and calling after lunch. Switch things up and enjoy a little happy hour afterwards!
  1. Strategic Attack
This chapter talks about the source of strength as unity, not size, and discusses the five factors that are needed to succeed in any war. In order of importance, these critical factors are: Attack, Strategy, Alliances, Army and Cities.
The best way to break down this chapter is to think about your competitors in your space. This chapter mainly talks about how to use different strategies in order to overcome your competitors and take the advantage. There’s also another key takeaway that people tend to ignore. You do not always have to go head to head with your competitor. You can choose to partner up with them. A partnership can be much more effective in the long run and both sales teams can earn more money.
The biggest takeaway from this chapter is the part where Sun Tzu talks about how “You must know your enemy and know yourself, then you will win hundreds of battles.” The best salespeople will know their own product in and out, and they will know their competitor’s product in and out. One of the biggest questions that I always have to deal with when it comes to pitching to new clients is, “how do you differ from this company?” A good salesperson should know exactly how their product is better and what the advantages are of prospects using your product over your competitors.
The last thing you want to do is enter a call and not know anything about your own product or your competitors’. It helps to study both ends and the more practice the better.
  1. Disposition of the army
This chapter explains the importance of defending existing positions until a leader is capable of advancing from those positions in safety. It teaches commanders the importance of recognizing strategic opportunities and teaches not to create opportunities for the enemy.
The biggest takeaway from this chapter for sales team is being able to seize any opportunity that you come across. Don’t let things slip by and stay ahead of the game.  Take advantage of every opportunity that you come across and make the best of it.
“What the ancients called a clever fighter is one who not only wins but excels in winning with ease.” 
Winning a war with ease could be compared to closing a deal at ease. Shorten your sales cycle, have a sales process, double down on what’s working and stop using what’s not, grow the revenue and grow the team. This will help you close more deals with ease.
  1. Energy and structure
This chapter of the Art of War explains the use of creativity and timing in building an army’s momentum.
This is a very important and knowledgeable chapter. In this chapter Sun Tzu talks about how you can win battles regardless on the size of your team. He also talks about how the control of a large force should be the same principals as controlling a small team. Sun Tzu talks about the importance of communication, being organized, and having the correct structure.
A good sales process starts off with high-quality leads. If the leads are good, then the team will have to spend less time on closing deals and result in a shorter sales cycle. The second most important thing is the lead researcher. As Sun Tzu says, “You cannot win a battle where you don’t know yourself or your enemy or your allies.” Research your leads to learn the most about them and approach them based on your research.
Have a good team structure and make sure to follow up with all your prospects. Divide your sales team into individual roles that each person can specialize and focus on. Here are the four main roles of a sales team from Aaron Ross’ Predictable Revenue:
Inbound Lead Qualification: Commonly called Market Response Reps, they qualify marketing leads coming inbound through the website or 800 number. The sources of these leads are marketing programs, search engine marketing, or organic word-of-mouth.
Outbound Prospecting/Cold Calling 2.0: Commonly called Sales Development Reps or New Business Development Reps, this function prospects into lists of target accounts to develop new sales opportunities from cold or inactive accounts. This is a team dedicated to proactive business development. Highly efficient Outbound reps and teams do NOT close deals, but create & qualify new sales opportunities and then pass them to Account Executives to close.
Account Executives (or Sales) are quota-carrying reps who close deals. They can be either inside or out in the field. As a best practice, even when a company has an Account Management/Customer Success function, Account Executives should stay in touch with new customers they close past the close until the new customer is deployed and launched.
Account Management/Customer Success: Client deployment and success, ongoing client management, and renewals. In today’s world of “frictionless karma”, someone needs to be dedicated to making customers successful–and that is NOT the salesperson!
A good sales team should have excellent communication as well. This is also why it is hard to manage a remote sales team, but it can be done with technology and excellent communication. Ensure that there are weekly meetings with the team where the entire sales team goes over the KPI, goals, quotas, new strategies and training. Engage in one on ones with your team members to see if they are struggling and to learn more about them.
  1. Strengths and weaknesses
This chapter explains how an army’s opportunities come from the openings in the environment caused by the relative weakness of the enemy and how to respond to changes in the fluid battlefield over a given area.
Sun Tzu said: Whoever is first in the field and awaits the coming of the enemy, will be fresh for the fight; whoever is second in the field and has to hasten to battle will arrive exhausted.
This is an important takeaway for the sales team in the early stages. How many competitors do you have in the market? Is it a flooded market or is it still a fresh enough idea for you to sell out to. This goes back to knowing your competitors well. There are always going to be competitors, but the ones that enter the field first will always have the greater advantage due to the amount of time they already spent in this industry. Learn quickly and outsell your competitors.
There are always advantages for being small and new. It means that you can spend more time focusing on each individual customer and building according to your customer while you learn more about them.
“If the enemy is taking his ease, he can harass him.”
“If well supplied with food, he can starve him out; if quietly encamped, he can force him to move.”
“Appear at points which the enemy must hasten to defend; march swiftly to places where you are not expected.”
Sales teams can learn a lot from those lines. It is absolutely fine if your competitor has a bigger and more experienced sales team, be creative and treat every customer like they are your own friends and you can win all the sales deals.
“Hence that general is skilful in attack whose opponent does not know what to defend; and he is skillful in defence whose opponent does not know what to attack.” 
Again, this quote explains the importance of being creative and doing things that don’t scale. Don’t follow your competitors’ path; come up with your own tactics and strategy to outsell them.
  1. Military manoeuvres
This chapter explains the dangers of direct conflict and how to win those confrontations when they are forced upon the commander.
Chapter 7 is more of a psychology mindset chapter. This chapter talks about what an army fights for. Sun Tzu said: In war, the general receives his commands from the sovereign.
In general, you have to understand what your team members are striving for. Why are they working so hard to close deals? Why are they working so hard to research into each individual prospect/lead on a daily basis? Is it for money or for a sense of accomplishment or to buy that BMW M3? Engage in weekly one on ones with your team members and try to understand their life goals, values, and struggles and how you can help them achieve them through working hard.
This chapter also talks about the different strategies applied to war and how you have to “think outside the box” to be successful. Find creative strategies to approach sales and not the traditional cold calling a random list from the Yellow pages. In other words, be creative and find a sales strategy that works well for your team. Find creative ways to surprise your competitors.
  1. Variations and adaptability
This chapter talks about how a leader needs to focus on the need for flexibility in an army’s responses. It explains how to respond to shifting circumstances successfully.
Sun Tzu explains in this chapter that, there are five dangerous faults which may affect a general:
  • Recklessness, which leads to destruction.
  • Cowardice, which leads to capture.
  • A hasty temper, which can be provoked by insults.
  • A delicacy of honor which is sensitive to shame.
  • Over-solicitude for his men, which exposes him to worry and trouble.
Another key takeaway from this chapter is that a sales leader must be flexible in their strategy and management. A sales leader should always be testing new sales strategies/approaches and double down on the ones that work while testing new ones at the same time. A leader should not be stubborn and should not stick with strategies that they think will work, but haven’t been showing results.
Sun Tzu talks about how a good leader must treat their team members well or people will just move on with their careers and move onto another company.
  1. Movement and development of troops
This chapter describes the different situations in which an army finds itself as it moves through new enemy territories, and how to respond to these situations. Much of this section focuses on evaluating the intentions of others.
Chapter 9 talks a lot about positioning and how you can use position to your advantage. Camp in high places, facing the sun. Do not climb heights in order to fight. So much for mountain warfare. Moor your craft higher up than the enemy, and facing the sun. Do not move up-stream to meet the enemy. So much for river warfare. When you come to a hill or a bank, occupy the sunny side, with the slope on your right rear. Thus you will at once act for the benefit of your soldiers and utilize the natural advantages of the ground.
This goes back to knowing your product well. Do you know what your advantages are vs. your competitors’ advantages? What are your disadvantages and how you can turn those into advantages? With these key points in mind, you should be able to feel confident about approaching anyone with your product and sales strategy.
Always use your disadvantages as your biggest advantages. For example, you might be a much smaller team than your competitors, but because of this, you can spend more time understanding each and every single of your customers and treat them like your closest friends. You can provide 24/7 one on one support, while the bigger companies cannot.
  1. Terrain
This chapter looks at the three general areas of resistance (distance, dangers and barriers) and the six types of ground positions that arise from them. Each of these six field positions offers certain advantages and disadvantages.
The biggest takeaway for sales leaders in this chapter is you must ensure that all the right tools, people, plan etc. are in place for each and every different situation that may come. A good sales leader should ensure that:
  • People are matched with the right role and tools.
  • Ensure everyone is properly trained for their roles.
  • Make sure that there is a demand for your team’s talents to ensure competitiveness and motivation.
  • Ensure all training plans are in place and that there is a solid career advancement roadmap.
  • Be prepared for the worst and be prepared to pivot any second or adapt to any new software/legal changes.
“When the general is weak and without authority; when his orders are not clear and distinct; when there are no fixes duties assigned to officers and men, and the ranks are formed in a slovenly haphazard manner, the result is utter disorganization.”
  1. The nine battlegrounds
This chapter describes the nine common situations (or stages) in a campaign, from scattering to the deadly attack, and the specific focus that a commander will need in order to successfully navigate them.
The art of war recognizes nine varieties of ground: (1) dispersive ground; (2) facile ground; (3) contentious ground; (4) open ground; (5) ground of intersecting highways; (6) serious ground; (7) difficult ground; (8) hemmed-in ground; (9) desperate ground.
When a chieftain is fighting in his own territory, it is dispersive ground. When he has penetrated into hostile territory, but to no great distance, it is facile ground. When an army has penetrated into the heart of a hostile country, leaving a number of fortified cities in its rear, it is serious ground.
If you’re a newcomer in your niche, then you are fighting on the enemy’s ground. As mentioned above, you can always use your disadvantages as your advantages, but nevertheless, you’re going against people who have been in the field longer and understand the game more.
A strong takeaway is that a unified effort improves the likeliness of success. Having the correct position, and learning as much about the industry as you can, improves the likeliness of success.
Find the “ground” that will give you the best advantage. If there are shared common interest and benefits, then a partnership might be better than going head to head. Partnering with another startup that is in the same position as you might benefit both teams when going against bigger teams.
  1. Attacking with fire
This chapter explains the general use of weapons and the specific use of the environment as a weapon. This section examines the five targets for attack, the five types of environmental attack and the appropriate responses to such attacks.
This chapter might be a little confusing for most people because what does fire have to do with sales? What does burning another army’s camp have to do with closing deals?
Sun Tzu brings up an important quote in this chapter, “In order to carry out an attack, we must have means available. The material for raising fire should always be kept in readiness.” This teaches us that in order to carry out successful operations; we must have the correct resources and should always have a backup plan in case things go wrong. For example, if we just lost hundreds of thousands on hiring and failed sales campaign, we should have sufficient savings in our monthly budget to continue going forward with our other strategies.
The biggest takeaway from this chapter is to always be prepared and stay ahead of the game at all times. Take advantage of every single opportunity that comes your way and make the most out of them.
  1. Intelligence and espionage
Chapter 13 focuses on the importance of developing good information sources and specifies the five types of intelligence sources and how to best manage each of them.
This chapter to me is one of the most important chapters because Sun Tzu talks about the importance of having good information. Sun Tzu talks about how you can use spies to gain valuable information about your enemies/competitors.
Sending a “spy” into a competitor’s sales team is not necessary, but having good information is very important. One of the key factors to succeeding in sales is by listening to your prospect/customer’s pain points. Instead of jumping on a phone call and going off on how great your product is, try and listen to what your potential customers have to say about their current struggles. Use that information to your advantage and explain how your key features can solve those problems. Listen, Listen, Listen, and then ask questions to help you understand the situation more.
Ensure that your sales team is up to date with the latest trends and new within your niche. Provide all the latest training for your team so that they are up to date with the latest information. Keep a tab on your competitors using something like to ensure that you are always ahead of the game.
In addition to just gaining information about your competitor’s releases, you should also pay attention to people that is talking about your competitors. Try to convert your competitor’s customers that are struggling with their product to use your own product.
 Originally published at Inspire Beats and copied with permission by Andy Ng, Chief Trainer Coach at Asia Trainers. Andy conducts Art of War For xxx, and that includes For Sales, Leadership, HR Management, Productivity, Teamwork, Marketing etc

29 Oct 2019

Training that Leaves An Impact

Training that has high value is one that leaves a deep impact on the trainee long after the training is completed. To have impact the training must hit the trainee right on the head, there must be an instant 'ah ha' exclamation and the feeling must be right. You cannot fake an impact, and you definitely can tell a fake impact from a real one.
Some trainers, in their bid to make an impact, do certain things that have the opposite effect. Instead of leaving an impact on the trainees, they leave a bad impression on them. The wrong things that these trainers do include making assumptions, forcing answers for questions and going all out to please them with too many jokes, games and too little content. 
In my experience since training over 13,131 people in 16 countries (from 1996), there are 5 steps for the training to have an impact on the trainees:
Like.  Trainees must like the trainer, that's why the trainer must greet and smile when they first encounter a trainee. Other things that the trainer can do to make people like him is to smile often, being interested in them, being interesting, showing concern for their situation and most importantly, adapt to their pace

Content. The training content must hit the trainees right on the head, and this means the trainer must customize the material on the spot to suit the trainees' situation

Use. The trainees must be able to use the material immediately in their lives and at work. To facilitate this we have a 30-day Action Plan to be completed every 3 hours of the course

Share. People like to share their experience and how the content would relate to them. Trainers can get people to share by asking for their opinion, create discussion groups, and giving time for people to take notes (on their thoughts)

Recap. At the end of the day, the recap will leave a lasting impact on the trainees. A good trainer should let people recap in their own words and not read out from the notes.
One more thing: many people come for training for the purpose of learning something new. The trainer must have something new that people may not know. The easy way to do so is to have a new perspective on an established subject, like looking at things from the opposite.  

14 Oct 2019

I Have Learnt Nothing Much From Your Training

Yes, you'll be surprised that your training participants said that they have learnt nothing much from your training. Before you get depressed as a Trainer and wondered what went wrong, why not listen further to the feedback?

I said, "Since you said 'nothing much', that means there is something that you learnt.  Could you share with me so that we can help others in future?"

There are 5 things that he learnt but dare not shared with me in the open, they are as follows:
  1. They learnt about themselves, like who they are as a person with fears, hopes and dreams.  In our training we get everyone to do the impossible: cut a piece of wood with just a piece of A4 paper
  2. They learnt that other companies are worse than them, that their bosses are not so bad after all. This is achieved when I shared with them my experience in training over 13,131 people since 2001 in 16 countries
  3. They learnt that commercial movies video clips are very educational too.  When I played movie clips from Hollywood and local movies, they were so touched (especially the movie "Peace Warrior" and "Entrepreneurs Era")
  4. They learnt that we can always do something now than later. In the training we made all our participants do something that they all along wanted to do IN THE CLASS.  You'll be amazed to see the relief and smiles on their faces when they have done that
  5. They learnt that they can now 'train the trainer', because I the Trainer made them teach back to me what they have learnt in the class. Many of them never realised that they too can be a trainer in their lives
By Andy Ng, Business Coach and Trainer with AsiaTrainers, text to him at 9367 2286 for latest courses on sales, leadership, Sun Tzu Art of War and Business at the Speed of Trust

4 Sep 2019

Promote Chinese Culture with Yijing Numbers

Promote Chinese culture, spread positive energy and help others.  Today let's look at the energy of numbers, one of the core studies in Chinese culture that is part of Yijing

If your mobile phone number has these numbers, especially in the end and in the middle:
12, 21, 122, 211, 102, 201, 152, 251,
69, 96, 699, 966, 906, 609, 659, 956,
84, 48, 844, 488, 804, 408, 458, 854,
37, 73, 733, 377, 307, 703, 753, 357

There are 9 things that I know about You:
1. You have little savings or wealth accumulated, no matter how much you earn
2. Your spending is high
3. You don't have a good temper and easy to quarrel
4. Whatever investments that you undertake, you will lose money or get stuck with little free cash flow.
5. You go extra mile to help your friends
6. You are kind-hearted and righteous
7. You are a risk taker and make decisions based on emotions
8. You are extremely hardworking and self-reliant
9. If there is a zero in between the digits, you have a high chance of cancer and lawsuits

If any of the above are true for you, you have 'Take Life' numbers*
*To know if your mobile phone number is good or bad, text to me Andy at 93672286  First 13 people get to read their mobile number for free, others pay $186

3 Sep 2019

Happiness Can Be Renewed and Here's How

Everyone spends two-thirds of their waking hours working, including commuting to work and talking and thinking about work issues even if they are off work.  It's thus paramount that people must be happy at work or life would be so miserable.  

The sad truth is that happiness, like all phenomena, is impermanent. It lasts for only one moment: if the next moment doesn't have peace of mind, concentration and mindfulness, happiness will disappear.  Just talk to the man who was happily drinking and driving until an accident happen and you'll know what I'm talking about.  

The happy truth is that since happiness is impermanent, it can be renewed. And it can be renewed by anyone, at any time, at anywhere and everywhere.  Most of the time, renewal is costless.  All you need is to have the right thought. 

The secret to happiness at work is to have renewals of happiness. Everyone has plenty of ideas on how to renew happiness, like sing songs, tell a joke, praise people, give out small treats and rewards et cetra.

Today I'm going to talk about something that we ignore long ago: happiness can be renewed as long as people don't create unhappiness. 

Perhaps you feel that you're doing most of the work in your office.  You get angry at others and feel that they are not doing their fair share.  You also feel that you have done lots of work in looking for business and yet sales are slow.  You serve customers well and yet they still complain.  When you have feelings of anger, disappointment or frustration, such negative feelings create unhappiness.  

The good news is that such negative thoughts can be easily transformed once you understand the concept of no-self. No-self (or Anicca in olden Pali language in India, where this concept originated), is about the concept that we are all interlinked, we are one, and everything happens for a reason.  There is a cause and effect to everything in this world, we are really helpless to have control over any outcome in life because we are no self.  

With a concept of no self, you will feel that there is no need to have self-ego, self-pity or self-esteem.  You are one with the universe.  Thus doing things need not have direct rewards, for you have a sacrificial concept when you work.  This concept of no self is so powerful, it transforms you.  For now, you do things not for the benefit of yourself as you see no distinction between people.  You no longer seek the kind of happiness that will make other people suffer. This kind of insight is so liberating and you feel bliss just having this thought. 

So my friend, the secret to happiness at work is to have the concept of no self.  For we are all impermanent in this world.  Once you have no self, you will not have unhappy feelings.  And that, my friend, is the secret to happiness at work. 

1 Sep 2019

Your Mobile Your Life

As you know, we can read a person with just his mobile number. This is from the school of Digital Energetics 数字能量学.

This school states that all digits have energy. Based on a string of digits in a person's mobile phone number, we can read a person like a book in 6 categories of his life: personality, career, wealth, health, relationships and family and benefactors.

Digital Energetics is pretty accurate as you can verify it anytime anywhere. Just give me a mobile number of a person that you know very well and I will do a reading of this number within 3 minutes. You can always feedback to me on its accuracy. My email is

Based on my experience of reading mobile numbers since June 2019, my accuracy is 70% to 90%。This is not because I am smart or possess some magic. I just follow a system of science.

Why is Digital Energetics So Accurate? Is it based on some fengshui or some Chinese old school of thought?

Well, this system originates from the ancient Chinese culture of the Book of changes or Yijing 易经. This Yijing is considered the earliest of Chinese thought and culture as it was discovered and documented more than 5,000 years ago.

The basic framework of the study of Yijing is Yin and Yang. In the words of current science, the laws of the micro-world and the macro-world.

In Yijing, there are three talents: heaven, earth and humanity 三才:天地人

There are 5 elements: metal, wood, water, fire, earth. 五行:金木水火土

From here we derive the 8 Trigrams: Kan, Kun, Zhen, Xun, Qian, Dui, Gen and Li 坎坤震巽乾兑艮离

Each trigram has its own meaning. So are the digits 1, 2, 3 to 0.
1 = Kanshui 坎水 Ridge Water
2 = Kuntu 坤土 Earth Soil
3 = Zhenmu 震木 Earthquake wood
4 = Xunmu 巽木 Obey wood
5 = Zhongyangtu 中央土 Central Soil
6 = Qianjin 乾金 Sky Metal
7 = Duijin 兑金 Exchange Metal
8 = Gentu 艮土 Cultivate Soil
9 = Lihuo 离火 Further Fire
0 = Zhongyangtu 中央土 Central soil

Based on the above, each digit represents different meanings. When we combine the digits, the results will be there, positive or negative. For example, 12 is Kanshui and Kuntu, meaning ridge water destroys earth soil, so 12 is very negative. Similarly, 13 is very positive because Ridge water is good for earth wood. 18 is what most people consider as good, when here we can it is very ferocious, as it is Ridge Water destroys Cultivate Soil.

From here you can see that we don't read each digit on its own but read digits in pairs. Each pair of digits will produce certain meanings, positive or negative. The effects will be there and the longer you use your mobile number, the bigger is the effect.

Note that 5 and 0 are central ground 中央土, so they alone have no meanings and their meanings are derived from the digits before and after. So 102 is just 12 and 152 is also 12, 120 is also 12 and 012 is also 12 and so on.

To know more if your mobile number is good or not, email to me Andy at for a FREE reading worth $168