These are just some of the things I did. I built & expanded our business operations internationally by forming key strategic business alliances but it meant nothing to me as $ was not my source of motivation.
I traveled 1-2 weeks every month to a different country with some really EPIC trips but it meant nothing as travel is part of my inbuilt lifestyle and not a source of vacation. These are just some of the places I went to: Hk, Taipei, Japan, Phuket, Bangkok, China, Bali, KL, States, Korea, Japan, Australia & Europe (London, Sweden, France, Spain, Norway) etc (precovid of course! ☺️)
I worked out daily, 5-6 times at the gym and 1-2 times playing Floorball. I began seeking an understanding of eating higher quality yet great tasting food that provided nutrients to my body. Once a week, I still engage in the occasion binge eating of greasy food. But this meant nothing as it was not so much as looking good but feeling good.
I danced, I partied and I celebrated the successes and good times. I made time to be happy and laughed a lot in the process. I forged stronger bonds, gained new friends and removed the fake ones. They were not important as they were simply there just for the benefits anyways.
I wrote about Inspiration. Motivation. Basically what drives us and makes us who we are. Entrepreneurship. Self-Development. Inner Peace. Happiness. Work Life Balance. And more. I decided to publish my works to help others in their quest as they search for purpose and meaning in what they do. It wasn't about me.
I worked on my passions in Floorball, being co-owner of the first Asian European Professionally managed sports team IBK Dalen Moose (www.dalenmoose.com). The club is growing by leaps and bounds.
All in all, there were some tough trying times with Covid-19 but I emerged stronger, better and gained deeper insights. All this was not as important as developing a closer walk with God and understanding that "All Things Work for the Good of Those Who Love the Lord" (Romans 8:28). In the course of my work, I became inspired to spread God's love through my upcoming workshops and talk series.
Please stay tuned. I have so much more lined up for you.
Your No. 1 Fan
Rudy Pierre Low
P.S. Never hate your haters. Someone who hates you normally hates you for one of three reasons: they either see you as a threat, hate themselves or want to be you. They are the effects of success. Have you ever met a hater doing better than you? Me neither.
So continue to let your dreams be bigger than your fears, your actions louder than your words and your faith stronger than your feelings! To Your Success! God bless! ☺️