Allen Wong is the developer behind many best-selling apps such as Radio and Police Scanner+. He became a self-made millionaire before he was Allen Wong is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Allen Wong and others you may know. Facebook gives people the Lifehacked. Education. UCLA. Allen Wong, as many of you know, is an extremely successful iOS developer. He just released his book yesterday, it is called Lifehacked.
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He is a great role model and I look up to him even more after reading his autobiography. Allen’s story of overcoming a tough childhood and making millions from app development.
Share This Page Tweet. It was very inspirational. Sep 17, 2.
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Do you already have an account? PrincessK and FastNAwesome like this. It runs in a chronological order, but it does skip around between present day and past, because he applies what he has learned in past to his business decisions in the future.
There are some great life lessons in the book too. Gave me inspiration to keep pushing though! Thanks Allen for great book! Oh sorry, I thought the smiley looked more like “in love”. But, life wasn’t always this grand for him. Sep 19, 6. Join the Book Discussion! He has an inspirational story to tell and I am quite glad I read lifehackes.
Lists with This Book. DeletedUser2deleted memberdeleted member and 2 others like this. I felt like many of the ideas in his book weren’t fully flushed out and a few were slightly out of touch alen reality.
Peter Smith rated it it wpng amazing Apr 27, The book could use a really good editor though. Sep 19, 9. Nonetheless, it was a worthwhile read and fascinating to see in the mind of another entrepreneur around my age. My friend has talked about you and your app s around 4 years ago.
Your assumption was that it was …more It didn’t say how his father passed away in the book. The book talks about Allen’s story and has some chapters dedicated to app making and marketing.
If you’re unsure about this author’s business acumen, I suggest that you browse through his Facebook to get a sense of who he is.
No real insights here in my opinion. A lot of the tips were pretty obvious, but it’s still fun to read a positive story and think that it could happen to you. Jul 30, Jamie Doerschuck rated it it was ok Shelves: The Fastlane Entrepreneur Forum.
Now he’s sharing the story on how he did it, the crises he struggled with, and what his father taught him to be successful. The writing is lackluster. If you’re unsure about this author’s business acumen, I suggest that yo The book is actually a collection of essays or short stories about the events in life, the decisions he’s made, and the outcomes of both.
His family’s story of survival and perseverance sounds almost fantastical at times. Other life advices are mediocre.
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In the YouTube video where he gives a speech at Harvard, he says that he died from an illness, but never said what kind of illness. Dec 25, Silver Kuklase rated it it was amazing. Krentenbol rated it liked it Feb 23, Really really good book which I need to re-read. I loved reading Wong’s story. Life can be changed if you hack it. It is constantly drawing you and pulling you through his life.
His apps have been featured in many places, including Wired.