Many of you may have heard of or read the book Conscious Capitalism: Liberating The Heroic Spirit of Business. It was published in 2013 by John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods, and Raj Sisodia, a professor of global business at Babson College. The book introduces the philosophy and business practice known as “conscious capitalism.” Conscious… Read More Conscious Capitalism: The Practice and The Company
As I mentioned in my previous article, this month I have been teaching myself how to use popular software that will prove useful to future business partners. One of the first ones I focused on was MailChimp. MailChimp is an email marketing platform that is used by millions of people. The New York Times, Twitter,… Read More What Is MailChimp and Why Is It Important?
This month is dedicated to learning software that will be of use to my future companies. I just finished a workshop on how to fluently use Google Drive and Calendar. I’ll have an article about the coming out soon. Next up will be MailChimp, a useful email marketing platform, and Excel, the most common spreadsheet… Read More What I’m Up To This Month
I’ve dealt with my fair share of emotional trauma. During my low points in my life, it seemed I had been conditioned to not let anyone know my true feelings. This affected a lot of my romantic relationships and is surely one of the reasons I’ve never had a real relationship. There was one instance… Read More A Love Story With A Sad Ending
On many streets in Berlin, you can find gold stones fitted into the ground with writing on them. If you look closely, you can see a name, with a date of birth, a date of death, and the place of death. These stones were placed outside the residences of victims of the Holocaust. Most of… Read More A Haunting Reminder of Berlin’s Past: The Stolpersteine
I was a weird kid. I ran around my house in a Barney costume at the age of fourteen and wore a googly-eye headband to school throughout my whole freshman year. However, not so long into my high school career, I realized that being different wasn’t ‘cool’ anymore. So I played the game of fitting… Read More Why Life Is Better When You’re Weird
As my first week of Berlin comes to a close, I’ve been looking back at all I’ve done. I have actually done quiet a lot. I’ve been to a fair few museums, tried some cool restaurants, seen my uncle after at least a year, and successfully finished my first week of German classes! For my… Read More Funky Things To Do in Berlin