Fifteen years ago, 14-year-old me was contemplating where I should go for high school. It was between going to a trade school and immediately get a job, or go to a regular high school and go to college like normal people do, which was a foreign idea to me. No one in my immediate family … Continue reading The Pursuit of Normalcy
For the past four years, I've had the same birthday wish.
When I was a kid, I never knew what I wanted to be when I grow up.
Life's a comedy, and if you do sales or marketing, you're a stand-up comedian: You're trying to impress a stranger with high expectations, who is silently judging every little thing you say.
Imagine hating the first day of the week.
How do you entertain your listeners? By asking entertaining questions.
...or are you building a sales funnel?
Take care of people first, and the rest will follow.
As long as I can remember, I always want to be known as an articulate person.
"I want to work at a startup because it's cool" - me, circa 2016.