Thoughts

These are some of my most impactful blog posts and favorite press pieces.

How Selling Too Many Plush Monkeys Got Me Banned From Amazon Forever

(September 2016) I didn't set out to lose $587.13 selling plush monkeys, but I guess that's just the way life turns out sometimes. Read More on The New York Observer...

Overcoming Impostor Syndrome

(September 2016) I'd always struggled with impostor syndrome. So, when I went from being the tech kid at biz school to the biz school kid at a tech biz, I seized the chance to face it head on. My internship at Higher Learning Technologies changed me for the better. Read More on the Higher Learning Technologies Blog...

Press: Article in The Intelligencer

(September 2016) I was very fortunate to be featured in The Intelligencer for some of my projects and aspirations. Read More on The Intelligencer...

Semesterly Report: Fall 2015

(January 2016) In my first semesterly report, I share what it was like adjusting to life at the school of my dreams. I'd wanted to attend Babson for half a decade, but the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry... Read More...

When Your Plans Go Up in Flames...

(April 2015) The process of creatively updating your plans, struggling to find solutions to unforeseen problems, and dancing with the uncertainty may be more valuable than succeeding in the first place. Read More...

A Bad Teacher is a Great Learning Opportunity

(January 2015) A bad high school teacher made my senior year less than ideal, and this is why I'm grateful for it. Read More...

Back to School

(September 2014) On the eve of my last first day of school, I shared some works that helped shape my mindset for the upcoming year. "Twelve years is a long time to commit to a broken system." Read More...

McDonald's Monopoly

(July 2013) I took a look at why the McDonald's Monopoly promotion is consistently so successful and concluded it comes down to elementary cognitive psychology. Read More...

Trained Complacency

(July 2013) In high school, I was invited to join an organization dedicated to leadership and taking initiative. I was incredibly disillusioned at what I found. Read More...

When Tragedy Strikes...

(December 2012) When faced with tragic circumstances, we can react in one of two ways. Read More...

Snow

(November 2012) If you watch kids getting off a school bus after it snowed outside, you might just make an interesting observation about life. Read More...

Jump

(June 2012) If life is like a pool, should you jump right in? Read More...

Stop Saying You're Grateful

(November 2011) It's one thing to say that you're grateful. It's another thing entirely to show it. Read More...

Remembering Steve Jobs

(October 2011) I wrote this brief post following the death of Steve Jobs. Read More...

The Muscle Theory of Success

(April 2011) Exercising is the process of systematically causing your muscles to fail. Here's why you should be more like your muscles. Read More...

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