I just finished reading Yuval Harari's Sapiens - has me thinking about lots of things. I'd recommend it!
What % of your "work day" is spent doing "real work?"
We all march to our own beat.
People tend to ask me what my days look like while at school. I do not think there is a ton of value in bragging about how many hours you sleep (or lack thereof) or how many people you talk to. Those are just plays at ego.
Lately, I have taken a keen interest in information economics.
Lying is easy - especially lying to yourself. I think that we are all having conversations with ourselves all of the time in our heads. We are playing little movies in our minds.
They say change is the only constant over time.
After an awesome and eventful summer, it's bittersweet to be going back to school for the start of my Junior year in college.
Originally Published on Student Hustle
”In real life — as opposed to blogging — one of my least favorite things to do is give career planning advice. Most people who say they want career planning advice aren’t actually looking for advice — they just want validation of the path they have already chosen. Because of that, giving someone career planning advice is one of the surest ways to end up feeling like an a**hole” – Marc Andressen
I am taking a break from Snapchat and Instagram (leaving FB as the only social media app on my phone). Yup, just deleted them as I board this flight.