Kanye West and Donald Trump were my childhood heroes. But this one word made me keep my distance. Back when I was a a young adult, I used to listen to Kanye West all the time. He was a lyrical genius that knew exactly what … Continue readingThe Terrible Trait Shared by Kanye West and Donald Trump
During the recession, Daniel Seddiqui couldn’t find a job anywhere, even after exhausting 18,000 emails. So he packed his bags and went to work. The past decade has been a tough time for Millennials to graduate from college, find a job with a living wage, … Continue readingLessons From Working 50 Jobs in 50 States in 50 Weeks
Meeting new people is tough. It’s something that many people dread. When some of us attend mixers and events, we get butterflies in our stomachs, we fumble over our words, or we don’t end up having a conversation with anyone. Whenever you go anywhere, you don’t really … Continue reading4 Millennials Share How to Connect With Anyone (No Matter How Successful They Are)
You can’t fake it to make it. It just doesn’t work that way. For example, I wouldn’t be able to call myself an amazing accountant. I don’t have a portfolio. I don’t have testimonials. I’m not that good at math. I got a B in … Continue readingWhy “Fake It ’Til You Make It” Doesn’t Work
There is something called the novelty effect. It’s when you get something new. It is fun. It is exciting. After some time, those feelings fade away. It either becomes a thing you use as a tool or disregard and toss out your life. After experiencing … Continue readingHow Do I Overcome the Belief That I Have to Be a Millionaire/Billionaire to Enjoy Life?
You have $0, no credit and no expert friends that could help. You want to start a business, but how? This is how you do it: Step 1. Make sure you are poor to middle class. If you have rich parents, then this doesn’t work. … Continue readingHow Do I Start a Business from Scratch with No Money, No Credit, and No Expert Friends?
Originally, when I started writing two years ago, I had two key factors that I knew initiated it. 1. I was itching to do something and everything I had tried to put together kept falling apart before it even started. 2. James Altucher’s writings had … Continue readingWhat Inspired You to Start Writing?
I had the great honor of being a pitch coach and judge with Youth Pitch Day, held by Yang Camp and Girls In Tech Los Angeles at the Microsoft Campus in Marina Del Rey, California. The event had activities of all sorts, from the ability … Continue readingHow Young Can You Be to Start a Startup?
Yesterday, I was out roaming through the streets of Cabo by myself. I must either be fearless or just downright stupid, because I followed some stranger I just met to around like 20 blocks randomly, went back to his place, played with his dog and … Continue readingWhat Does It Feel like to Be Robbed?
Recently, I spoke at Cal Poly Pomona to kickstart their Hackathon, Hackpoly 2015: Hackpoly 2015 Keynote Speech – Your Roadmap to Success I shared my personal story then covered these key points as the basis on how to become a better programmer: 1. Consistent and Neverending … Continue readingHow Can I Get Better at Programming?