Things I learned today

It's been late and I still have lots of stuff to do, but I just want to share the following article. It's a boring self-growth piece, and it's quite reinforcing perspective, but I mean, I agreed, so here you go: https://medium.com/the-mission/what-ive-learned-working-in-finance-for-six-years-hint-it-applies-to-everyone-9e8acf8abc61 https://medium.com/the-mission/what-ive-learned-working-in-finance-for-six-years-hint-it-applies-to-everyone-9e8acf8abc61 Something that I learned from reading the article is that, innovation is challenging,…

Canyon rope, anyone?

Between now and then I miss having a bit of adrenaline rush. I mean, Instagram and all have it featuring under our chin, but to being able to experience it, must have been a bliss. I'm just sharing this to you all to see what kind of extreme fun I would die to have. https://www.instagram.com/p/CCv8cFxnXbq/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link…

How else is wealth created besides labors?

A boy confronts a wealthy businessman and asks him how he is able to make money without being a wage laborer like most other grownups. The businessman is amused and decides entertain the boy’s question. - An original answer posted in November 3, 2017 on Quora by John Soroushian, who worked at Brookings, the Fed,…

Facing the plague of not making swift decision

This article was inspired by Linda Sapadin on Do You Have Difficulty Making Decisions? Not so different from many others, I often spent time being stuck in a position of indecisiveness, where I cannot focus on the outcome of one options, since there so many things keep popping up in the ways. Indeed, our daily…