Author Archives: Marcus W K Wong

Solved: What is Protopia?

Programming Protopia

Have you ever heard of the concept of ‘Protopia’? I only just came across the concept today in a book by Kevin Kelly called ‘The Inevitable’. In the rawest nature, Protopia defines a state where we’re not longer fighting for survival (Dystopia), nor are we accepting perfection (Utopia). We’ve become accountable for our need, our […]

I started a joke.. which started a Podcast.

No joke (pun intended). 3 months ago, I was talking with Dennis Yu of BlitzMetrics.com and during our monthly catch ups, one important question sparked “what do they put in the Bondi Beach Hurricanes Bar & Grill barbecue sauce?” We went through it for almost 20 minutes, trying to work out if there’s smoked apples, […]

Thought of the Day #001: How many of you are there?

Here’s a thought for you: How many of you are there? There’s the you at work, the you with family, the you with friends, the you when you’re alone… right? Plus several more in some instances. So in accordance with that logic, either the world has 400%+ of you, OR there is only 25% of […]

This one time, at StartCon…

I met Sean Ellis. This guy is a living legend. As one of the most influential individuals in digital marketing and business, Sean coined the term ‘Growth Hacking’, started GrowthHackers.com and changed the entire landscape of the digital marketing realm. When I first started at Warrior Forum in 2015, Sean was and is, the biggest […]

Why Perfect Conversions Don’t Exist, But They Do.

It’s a funny word, ‘perfection’. We think of perfection as something that is absolute for any situation, however – it’s as much debatable as it is agreeable because it’s based on a range rather than an absolute. I’ll go into why the ‘perfect’ marketing campaign doesn’t exist later on, but for now let me add […]

The Proverbial Shit-Show that is ‘Dating’

Never Settle

The Proverbial Shit-Show that is ‘Dating’ Let me start by saying, by no means am I an aesthetically attractive guy. I mean sure, there’s the attention to hair, what I wear, how I smell (super important), how I talk, listen and respond – all the significant values that you’d assume would mean something. Naturally however […]