Haohao Chen

Director of Marketing, Singman (HK) Ltd.
Maastricht, Netherlands

About Haohao

Areas of Expertise

Copywriting , Internet marketing, Personal Growth

I'm passionate about

I love talking and learning about how to master our mind effectively. I have strong interests in learning the art of influencing other people, both on mass and individual level.

Talk to me about

How you are living your dreams.
How you learn and cultivate your skills.
How you change your and other people's lives.
What you learned from the successes and failures of you and others.

People don't know I'm good at

Visualization. Mentoring for personal growth. Goal setting and realization. Seeing events in the world in a systemic view. Seeing big pictures.

My TED story

I love TED since I came here for the first time in November 2007. Over and over again, I'm amazed by the great ideas we have here. These ideas gave me insights and inspirations that helped my personal growth.

Right now, I am seeking creative ways to act on these ideas in my personal life and business.

Comments & conversations

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Haohao Chen
Posted about 6 years ago
Philip Zimbardo: The psychology of time
" Life is divided in to three periods - that which has been, that which is, that which will be. Of these the present time is short, the future is doubtful, the past is certain... For the past is the one over which Fortune has lost control, is the one which cannot be brought back under any man's power. But men who are engrossed lose this; for they have no time to look back upon the past, and even if they should have, it is not pleasant to recall something they must view with regret." --- Seneca
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Haohao Chen
Posted over 6 years ago
Tim Ferriss: Smash fear, learn anything
Interesting video! It clarified some points that were unclear to me after reading Tim's book and blog. I've been deeply influenced by Timothy Ferriss and Josh Waitzkin, two practitioners of accelerated learning skills. In Tim's own terms: the explicit learning approaches they use are seemingly different, but the implicit similarities between their approaches are interesting.
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Haohao Chen
Posted over 6 years ago
Gregory Stock: To upgrade is human
Gregory Stock showed very clear understanding of both biotechnology advancement and human nature. He believes in the beauty within our desire and behavior, as well as the flaws in them. Even more, he has an unusual long-term perspective towards the advance of human evolution and technology advance in the future. He is wise - so much that he was brave and honest enough to raise questions to all of us, asking us to face a probable future of wider applications of biotech. It's just too bad that honesty is rarely appreciated nowadays.
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Haohao Chen
Posted over 6 years ago
Lakshmi Pratury: The lost art of letter-writing
Interesting talk. At the end, letters and journals tell stories of our lives to our beloved ones after we pass away. They are, indeed, our conversations with the future. That's why I also love letters and have actually written a lot of <a href="http://www.thejoshualetters.com">letters to my future self</a>.
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Haohao Chen
Posted over 6 years ago
Emily Levine: A theory of everything
I'm a trickster by nature. Sometimes it is not easy to hold up to being different and outside the system - the majority always want tricksters to comply. But as Emily Levine, I feel at home in TED. BTW, excellent storytelling.