Here is an idea I have been toying with (in my head) for the past couple of weeks: direct to customer advertising.
I am interested in "corporations" because I see them as vehicles for change. In fact, I think that, in 2018, in capitalistic modern America, generally speaking, the most efficient means to driving impact (solving problems, etc.) is via a Joint Stock Corporation.
In more direct language, I believe that the best way for me to impact the world is by participating in a company (that can mean founding, joining early, joining late, whatever).
Does your 'school major' really matter? I think this is the type of question that most college students simply glaze over and accept as the status quo: "of course your major matters."
Answering "abstract" questions is really really hard. I am referring to the types of identity-challenging questions that a) have no clear answer and b) are extremely difficult to talk about with any form of practicality.
I have mixed feelings about today. Today is my final "first day." Today is the start of my senior year of college and, consequently, my last "first day of school" I will ever have.
This is a note to myself that I wish I was reminded of sooner.
Ironically, it is really hard for me to communicate just how much I believe in the "power of words." I would go as far to say that becoming an effective communicator is a skill that everyone would reap benefits from.