I believe its very hard to know something and it’s very easy to think you know something when you don’t. I think the premise “you need to know something with certainty for it to be useful” is a false premise. I look at the world as a giant mystery that’s endlessly fascinating to study. I am looking for best practices not necessarily supported by science but supported by reasoning, and results. Currently I am in my senior year of college at the University of California Santa Barbara where I am studying Psychology, Philosophy, and Technology Management.
Things I love:
Fitness: makes me feel awesome on the inside and outside and so I try train hard 5 days a week.
Books: I am curious and easily bored which is not a good combination for specializing, but I think my broad outlook on life at the very least differentiates me and allows me to “think different”ly.
Food: Healthy meals cooked with the best of ingredients.
Start-Ups- My family is filled with entrepreneurs, musicians, and artists, as well as a lot of craziness, but I think this comes with the territory. My world view has always been shaped by a contrarian view point. No Deferred life plan http://ecorner.stanford.edu/videos/1791/A-Cautionary-Word-on-the-Deferred-Life-Plan
Creativity: I think that schools neglect the importance of creativity. I think the first step to being creative is becoming comfortable with your authentic self.
This blog is going to be focused on technology start-ups, business, life strategy, and philosophy. My goal with this blog is to create a resume that actually says something about who I am.
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“Commitment is doing the thing, you said you would long after the mood you said it in has left you”—George Zalucki