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Ted Talk: Curtis Carroll

A compelling, powerful,  humorous and insightful talk by Curtis Carrol. A talk about overcoming poverty despite given circumstances and importance of financial savviness. Curtis “Wall Street” Carroll: How I learned to read — and trade stocks — in prison


Goosebumps |ˈɡuːsbʌmps| small raised areas that appear on the skin because of cold, fear, or excitement. Excitement. In less than two weeks I will be heading to Japan, and the thought of it gives me goosebumps!!! I’ve been to Tokyo once, but that was only for 5 days which was barely enough, no let me say NOT ENOUGH AT ALL. This time I am going for 16 days, going from Tokyo- Osaka- Kyoto – Tokyo. I am so thrilled, I am a big fan of the Japanese culture; anime, manga, rich history, nature,… Read more Goosebumps

Thought #2

Confusion You know those moments when you wake up, and you feel lost? When things fell inconsistent? When you feel like you lost grasp of something? When your fundamentals are shaken? Then it cascades down to loss of productivity, idleness and unnecessary emotions. Ahh, that’s what I felt today when I woke up. Happened twice this month, it is probably one of the worst feelings. I guess today is a downtime. A day to recuperate.   Love Briane R

Thought #1

Isn’t it crazy that when it comes to decision-making looking or seeking for different options is preferable; to gain insight of all possible results and consequences. At the same time, knowing too much leads to confusion and overwhelming stress. Therefore, keeping it simple is sometimes the best option. To follow your gut, your instinct? Or to be meticulous and wary? Knowing too less can lead to ignorance, knowing too much can lead to arrogance.   Hope you are all having a great start of the year! Keep Learning. Keep Growing!  … Read more Thought #1