In college events, trade shows, street festivals stalls usually have one agenda – Attract the maximum possible crowd. It’s easy to pursue being a fancy and attractive stall. Measuring success by the crowd surrounding a stall is common. Yet, What’s better is, to begin with – the agenda of making a difference, spreading a simple idea, solving a tiny yet prickly pain point – To one person, one team,
Wine, weed, women(polyamory) Vs wisdom, wealth and weights. The choice almost always is personal. One is low or no resistance and the other is high resistance. I prefer the latter. It hurts, costs sweat, blood and a lot of tears. It’s worth the pain, personally. In the long run, the former becomes tragical (highly likely) the latter becomes magical. The question then is will you be an electron and
As a child, I struggled to solve it. I never successfully completed it. Only later did I get aware of the formulas, algorithms to easily zip through it. Approach problems like a Rubik’s cube. They almost always have a pattern or algorithm that can be spotted and solved. It’ll take a lot of trials, but its worth it attempting. Ps: Choose your Rubiks cube wisely.
Throw your cards on the table. A metaphor that is valuable because it works. Many times we leave things on the table – money, opportunities, additional order, an up-sell or a cross-sell, an important reference, or even someone’s phone number. At this moment, an internal conflict arises – to do or not to do. To ask or not to ask. The solution to this almost always is to throw
Is it an investment? A proxy to avoid marriage? The only choice offered by parents? The pursuit of yet another certificate for the sake of it? Or to get laid? I have found the most value in college outside the classrooms. In the libraries, canteens, fest’s, conventions, plays, workshops. It is different for different people, the question then is now that you are here, how will you make the