It's been a while since I have blogged and a lot has changed. Last time on here, I wrote about the the choices I have made post-college to create the optimal lifestyle for me and how I thought more people might want to consider such lifestyle. As per usual, I've been learning a lot, thus been readjusting what the optimal lifestyle means to me. Some of those learnings I want to share here.
In this post, I'm talking about the setup of my life after college. Warming: A bunch of generalizations and strong opinions
Get ready for this 4000+ word behemoth that tells the story of Credport. This is a post that recaps the product and business decisions we made over the course of Credport. Prepare for a long post with a mix of high-level overview and deep comments.
Instead of going home to Boston after showing my parents NYC and DC, I decided to hop on the flight to Costa Rica the next day. Read about some thoughts while they are fresh
It's been a while since my last post on the topic, so I figured I give some sort of status update. While things are not 100% set and obvious yet, I feel a sense of clarity and comfort that I haven't felt in a while. I'd like to share what led to this.
With the series final still in somewhat fresh memory, I wanted to write down some words on what I can only describe as a profound emotional reaction I had last night.
If you have read my last post, you know that I'm on a mission to address my fears of regret and failure. The game plan is to trust and do. So why on earth do I think college would be a good place to do so?
In this post, you get a glimpse into the inner workings of my brain and how I currently feel about my situation of having incredibly opportunity, but hints of self-doubts.
Over the course of Credport (which is nearly a year now), I have made some very invaulable experiences in terms of disagreeing with your partner that I'd like to share for people who may be in the similar situation.