Khe Hy

Khe Hy is the creator of RadReads.

How to quit your job

Now that I’ve got your attention, here’s a talk I gave at the Wall Street Journal’s Future of Everything Festival on May 9, 2018 in New York City. It’s been viewed close to 200,000 times, I guess the subject resonates. Quitting your job, isn’t actually about the act of quitting. Instead it’s an exploration into …

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Scott Norton (Ep.48): Contentment is so damn elusive

Scott Norton is your prototypical millennial – a tinkerer with a creative and entrepreneurial streak. There’s a narrative that the financial crisis crushed economic mobility for an entire generation of Millennials – in fact, Scott’s first job was at Lehman Brothers in 2008. Yet for Scott, the crisis catalyzed a trip around Asia on a foldable bike spanning 23 countries and 100 cities. Upon his return he co-founded Sir Kensington’s, challenging the consumer goods “complex” of ketchup and mayonnaise.

The downside of reading too much

The “firstest” of all first world problems is being anxious about having too much to read. The most audacious humblebrag has got to be: My voracious curiosity is sooooo stressful. (And it’s not lost upon me that there’s traces – or gobs – of this in all things Rad.) This tragic affliction is exponentially exacerbated by the digitization of the universe. …

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