It's now week five of my sophomore year at CMU, and in comparison to how I was handling college life just one year ago, things are going great. I am secure in my career plans, I'm getting more involved on campus, and I generally feel more confident on a daily basis. I am staying motivated… Continue reading Growing Pains
Having grown up in a family with very strong values and a community of people who shared many things in common, coming to college was strange. I wasn't used to being around so many different people. The environment was something to get used to for sure, but I am so happy I experienced that change. In… Continue reading “College Has Changed You.”
In an earlier blog post, I explained how I completed a group project on Simon Sinek's book, Start With Why. The key takeaway from the book is the idea of the Golden Circle as a basis of leadership. If you need a refresher, I recommend you read the post here. If you don't want to read it (don't… Continue reading Why Do I Do What I Do?
Ellen DeGeneres can easily be considered an American Icon, but what for? Is it her hilarious personality, her ability to transform her voice into that of a fish, or her ability to make anyone feel comfortable enough to dance on national television? As wonderful as those aspects are, I believe Ellen has so much depth to… Continue reading The Ellen Blog
Life is awesome. And before you jump to the conclusion that I'm going to brag about how great I think my life is for the entirety of this post, please hear me out. I'm not saying this simply because I think my life is awesome, but I really think life in general is the coolest thing… Continue reading Life is Awesome
As part of the LAS protocol, I was required to attend the Spark Leadership Experience. This day-long conference hosted by the Leadership Institute was available for all CMU students. I was very much looking forward to the day; I'd heard it was a very impactful conference. I walked into the conference hall and sat with… Continue reading Ignite Your Spark