Today, it’s easier than ever to feel like you’re not good enough. Just go on any one of the social media apps you’re on for your daily dose of, “I’m not good enough.”
I find myself feeling like this quite often. Despite limiting my use of social media, just being…
As a second semester senior, I’ve been thinking a lot about what’s next. To do so, it’s important to recount the experiences I’ve had thus far.
Recently I’ve been reading a lot on early career decision making by people I admire, see links in my newsletter.
While reading Paul Graham’s…
Last night, I visited a night club close to my campus for the first time.
As someone who doesn’t drink for personal reasons, it was beyond an interesting experience.
I didn’t fully understand what people were referring to when they said college is a 4-year long party until last night.
AngelList is a platform that connects startups to the resources it needs. It helps new technology companies with fundraising, recruiting, and getting exposure via Product Hunt. Despite playing a prominent role in the technology ecosystem, it’s mostly behind the scenes.
I firmly believe a company’s success is in its ability…
While standing in line on the day of high school graduation, I asked a friend standing in front of me,
“What do you wish you did more of?”
His answer astonished me,
I asked, “why?”
He said something along the lines of,
“I wasn’t worried about my rank, I…
na·ive·té — (n) lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
When I’m impatient I feel like I should have something I don’t have right now. It can be a materialistic good, a job, or a physical attribute. It can also be internal attributes like peace of mind, charisma, or humor.
Thinking for yourself is unintuitive.
On February 6th, 2018 I tweeted:
Ever since making the change from pre-med to business I’ve been on a non-linear growth trajectory.
Switching majors at the end of freshman year is one of the first decisions I made myself. …
The one thing that matters: doing what I say I’m going to do when I said I would. Surprisingly, it is incredibly difficult to do this without discipline or meticulously choosing the things I want to do.
There are a few things to take into consideration when making this decision:
What do you think about when you’re alone?
Are your thoughts positive? Negative? Do you get bored?
Something I’ve been thinking a lot about recently is what happens when you have the freedom to do the things you want to do when you want to do them.
Sure there’s always…