Migration does not end

Last Update 3 December 2013

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I walk very fast. I mean, there may be cultures in the world where the average speed of walking is faster than mine, but at least in the US and Japan, I can say that I am setting my pace with postaste …

It doesn’t help that I’m a broad-shoulder, a 200-pound dude, but at least my years of addiction to the DDR have allowed me to dance a little gracefully through a crowd without a shoulder and shoulder …

However, my walking speed today is not nearly what happened during my first two years of college. In my academic years, the only applet for my walking style was “booking”-pun assumed …

Why? Well, you see, I had this irrational idea I had to do.

I’m a good-looking man-oriented.In my mind, as soon as I crossed the stage, framed my degree, and I got a job, that’s all.

Of course I didn’ t.

Well, yes. It’s obvious when you think about it. The only problem was …

So I redesigned the view. I took over the duties – clubs, committees, skills – all I thought could make my resume stunning and put me on the part …

At some level, it was a good thing; it was, of course, better than adopting a harmful thinking that would automatically guarantee me a ticket to a good life in college. I was.

But I do, too.

Here’s an example: during my second course, my academic advisor invited me to become part of the “Committee on Academic Standards” …

My amazing, joyous assignment in this committee was … a hearing of the reinstatement claims of the students who failed college and were wiped out …

Now, on the one hand, serving on this committee has given me something to put on my resume. It also gave me time to meet with some professors and administrators of the College …

Another time, it’s probably a huge waste of time that I could spend on what would be.

As it turns out, I was not alone in this nun. A.

While in the forest from a weight of 40 pounds, he slapped my chest for days (

In this episode, Chase (one of the hosts) brought a great quote from the venture capitalist

” The most difficult thing for a young businessman is to think about the long term. When you’re 22 years old, it’s hard to think about 22 years of increments since you were alive. But it is very important to consider your life as a businessman, like a long journey, which consists of many short-term cycles. “.

It really opened my eyes to the fact that I’m not alone, thinking about it …

I think there’s a couple of reasons we’re young, ambitious types have a hard time thinking about things in the long term …

One, we can only look around.

Secondly, we have such an entrenched concept.

This is not true, but our culture is still to some extent dependent on everything “Do well in school, go to a good college, and you will have a stable job,” the mood …

I think that this way of thinking makes it easy for many people.

As a result, I grew up, seeing a lot of people-whether in real life or in the media-who just … exists. They go to work, do what they expect from them, and then come home to relax …

As Loverbea says:

“Everybody works for the weekend!”

So, although I am conscious.

I got into my 19-year-old head that I had to achieve.-Nina’s corporate payables are just a moment. The corporate accounts for Nina’s payment, just for a moment … “.

punched me in the face …

Well, college is over now. I’ve been out for more than six months. And you know what?Nevertheless, my list was unfinished as I walked along the stage and shook the Dean’s hand. I still don’t speak Japanese. I haven’t written a book yet. There’s a lot on my account.

And the crazy thing … I didn’ t get into an irresisant desire to rest on the laurels after graduation. I do not encounter an endless torrent a day after hard work. I certainly don’t come home every night and just pump …

As it was in school, it’s still in the real world: there are other things that I have yet to achieve, and I have to do.

I’m a little slow today. Still faster than most, don’t mind, but I’m not in a hurry …

As with the other five, I use these two days to work on our goals. To learn more. To get better. To help others and love those around me …

Of course, I need time to relax and enjoy myself. But this is not the time to be an immindet of a never-ending zero progression. It’s simple.

And while I enjoy life, I continue to progress-even now, when the classes are over and all the decisions before me …

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