Currently doing research for my group analysis on the current recession..and I’m learning a lot about myself.
-I do things in increments—I can’t be forced to write for more than an two hours at a time.
-I have a strong belief in austerity.
-Researching recent fiscal and our current administrative policies get me flustered.
-The Fed gets me flustered
-Keynesian economics gets me flustered.
-I should have kept my paper from Macroecon 2 years ago.
-“Stupid Fat Lazy Americans”—comes to mind every time I speak with my German group member.
-If I ever have children—they’re going to be sent out of the country for their education.
-I’m more conservative politically than I originally thought I was.
Thank you capital & money markets class for making me realize all this.
Relevant in every..aspect..of everything.
School. Work. Kumon World Book day set up. Midterms. International Finance. Capital & Money Markets. Organizational behavior. Insurance. Case studies. Paper writing. International Marketing. The Wall Street Journal. Depression/Current recession analysis. Export project. Korean Won Paper. Presentations. Money Saving. Running. Yoga. 24 hour fitness. Driving. Calorie counting/dieting. Outlines. The Economist. Intern/new job hunting. Blackboard.
82 days and counting to reach my milestone.
80 days till graduation.
I’m better at being systematic.
Productivity has always been a good friend of mine.
No time to think otherwise.
Title: Lights (Shook Remix)
Artist: Ellie Goulding
I had a heart then, but the queen has been overthrown
Map Map! <3 he was my little buddy in vietnam.
No wonder I haven’t had any spare time to spend on here.
The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in. We think we don’t deserve love, we think if we let it in we’ll become too soft. Love is the only rational act.
Mitch Albom, Tuesdays With Morrie
There’s a point when you have to reevaluate all the things that you think you deserve. As a humans we always want to see ourselves as good people. We want to settle for nothing but the best, because its natural to assume that we are entitled to it. We all want to believe that our actions and words reflect our true intentions. But when the flaws begin to the surface it means its time to reckon with reality. Intentions can be clouded by personification in the long run.
Humbling yourself is harder than you think.
It means facing truths that have been stowed away for your own protection.
It’s a bitter pill. I stilll have a lot to prove.
Relevant, even more so in a business perspective.