Believes and Principles | (Holloway) Chew, Kean Ho

My non-compromising believes and principles. Straight and simple.

Published On: Friday, February 17, 2023 08:58:32 +08:00
Created On: Friday, February 17, 2023 08:58:32 +08:00
Lasted Updated On: Monday, July 10, 2023 08:00:33 +08:00
Authored By: (Holloway) Chew, Kean Ho


Non-compromising values for achieving highest performace in life.

Doing Things Right

Direction always come first — A long country road to home is better than a highway to hell.

Quality over Quantity

Quality products stay — quantities only degrades overall value in long run.

Simple; not Simplier

Strive for balance is simple — beyond simplification complicates the matter.

Educate and Forgive

Forgive via education — everyone makes mistake; give people a chance to learn.

Offence is the Best Defense

Solve the problem heads on — Don't politicized; don't waste precious resources.

Hesitation Kills

Be sharp; always be prepared — Opportunity don't wait.


Accumulated experiences from my past, present, and future.


To be accountable, every responsibilities shall be:

  1. Identifiable — easily marketable and sellable in any quantity.

  2. Quantifiable — packagable as a measurable unit.

  3. Measurable — calculatable for continuous improvement.

  4. Improvable — iteratively improve for more effective, efficient product to scale.

  5. Scalable — operate with strong flexibility at any sizes.

  6. Presentable — sellable to any level of clients.

Give and Take; Win—Win

A good relational trade is alway about making a win-win choice. It has to be:

  1. Trust is earned — not given; it's all about relationship at the first place.

  2. Give and take — always consider mutual benefits; what is lost and what is gained.

  3. Walks away from bad deal — wasting anyone's time is rude at the first place.


Handling controversial subject professionally:

  1. Be accountable — that's the whole point of the main 5 religions teaching.

  2. Constantly tested and evaluated — it's about facing and dealing with the life challenges heads on.

  3. Stay away from fanatism — it destroys.