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It’s been 5 years since I retired early from my engineering career and I love my life. We live in a great neighborhood with good schools, quiet streets, and have an awesome view of the Willamette River and Mt. It’s almost unbelievable to think about the string of lucky incidents that led me here. I was born in Bangkok and grew up in Chiang Mai, a city in the northern part of Thailand. On the other hand, there are unlucky people who keep running into random obstacles and constantly screw up their lives. Those lucky people are doing something right and today, we’ll see if we can do the same. I don’t want to brag, but I’m one of those lucky people. I’m a good husband to my lovely wife and a good dad to our crazy kid.I got an MS in electrical and computer engineering in 1996. It was the perfect time to be in computer engineering.My alma mater had a 5 year BS/MS program and I was lucky enough to get into the program.

Our inaugural meeting was at Girvetz Hall and the power went out before anyone showed up. Our relationship hasn’t always been smooth, but we understand and support each other completely now. Sorry, this one got a little personal and a little long, but I hope you enjoy it. Before we end today, I encourage you to choose to be lucky. Warren Buffett believes he is very lucky because he was born a Caucasian male in the United States. Just do more research on the subject because there is a ton of stuff on the internet. In Germany we even have a proverb for that (“das Glück ist mit den Tüchtigen”…if there are any Germans here.The uncle told him he wouldn’t get lunch if he insisted on going to school. My dad loved going to school so he decided to continue even without lunch. My dad came to the US first to see how he’d do here.He doesn’t talk about his youth much so I don’t know all the details, but somehow he graduated with very good grades and got into a university in Bangkok. See, you can influence your luck even when you’re young. He was thinking about going back to Thailand until his kids (me and my brothers) wrote him a letter asking him to bring us all to the US.In that post, I suggested that anyone can be successful by following a few guiding principles. My dad was one of the few kids from Chiang Mai to attend a university in Bangkok. My first huge lucky break was that my parents were college graduates.

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