The things every high-achiever should know
Since February, I’ve become fairly serious about coding. As mentioned in a previous post back in February, I’ve been finding the process both fun and frustrating, and was looking forward to the day when I could enjoy the fruits of my labor. I’m happy to admit that after 10 weeks of intensive coding (well, as […]
It’s been a crazy few weeks. I moved to San Francisco three days ago, and all of my stuff is still in transit from NY. All I have is my laptop, my phone, and a suitcase of clothing. In order to get work done, I’ve been hopping around between my friend’s couch and coffee shops […]
In the world of productivity, Brian Tracy’s “Eat That Frog First” philosophy has been very useful for understanding how to tackle your to-do list every day for maximum efficiency and momentum as you plow through your tasks. In summary, his philosophy is that you should tackle the most difficult item on your to-do list first, […]
Honestly, I didn’t realize how easy I had it in college until I started my full time internship in NYC this past week. I wake up to get ready at 6:30am and oftentimes don’t get home until 7:30 or 8:00pm. And considering that I aim to be in bed by 9:30pm (I need at least […]
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