This site is dedicated to being a grounded, realistic voice in the world of self-help and personal development.
There are a lot of chest-beating self-help sites out there that aim to help you grow by convincing you to quit your job, or jump out of a plane, or throw stuff away until you only have 100 things or less.
Sure, these may sound like a great idea. They’re out there and unconventional. But is their advice right for you?
When it comes to personal growth, most of us aren’t looking to go over the deep end. We’re looking to feel happy, fulfilled, and stimulated.
Often it’s the small things in life that make a huge difference in our end results. If you join Toastmasters this week, attend meetings every week and present a speech once a month, by this time next year you might find yourself competing in a speech contest in front of hundreds.
If you join your local Master’s swimming team and attend practice three times a week, you might look and feel like a totally different person in three months.
If you ask one person out on a date every week, you might be building a rewarding, long-term relationship by this time next year.
Small adjustments in your thinking can bring about huge breakthroughs.
That’s what BingWu.com is all about.
About Bing Wu
Any chance of me growing up normal was shot down from day one. Being Asian, homosexual, and socially awkward tends to set you up for a pretty strange growing up experience.
I was born in China and grew up in Canada. As a child, I figure skated, swam, played the piano and lots of computer games.
I’m intuitive. I’m trained as an economist. I enjoy spending time outdoors, Asian cuisine, and being frugal. My friends tell me I’m a little uptight at times, though that can sometimes be a good thing.
I’m gay and single.