Memoirs

Thank You – Graduation (throwback)

They say that most people never get a job relevant to their degree after college. Well, now that I’m finally graduate after six long grueling years, I can finally move onto my real passion Becoming a Taxi Driver. I learned a lot through the years in college. I learned that coffee is essential to life,… Continue reading Thank You – Graduation (throwback)

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Memoirs

Letting Go of the Mask

I think it's time to be a little vulnerable and just let down my guard right now about who I really am. If you've known me within the past seven years, this will most likely come to you as a shocker, or, maybe not. Depends on who you are and how much you were able… Continue reading Letting Go of the Mask

Wisdom

Not WHAT You Know

No matter how much you know in life, it will never come close to the importance of PEOPLE. I've written a similar topic about this before on the importance of being able to learn to deal with people in the workplace environment. This particular case focuses more on the KNOWING of people rather than learning to… Continue reading Not WHAT You Know

Wisdom

An Introverted Introspection

Being a bonafide introvert myself, I know that us introverts have somewhat of a unique perspective in our day to day actions. About 50% of Americans are introverts believe it or not and you can bet that most, if not all, need their recharge time after "people" engagement. I've met many introverts ranging from the ones you thought all along were extroverts and ones who just hate being around people altogether and never in their lives would be caught dead at a party over 2 people.