How to have a UC Berkeley Level Presentation

One thing that I had to get better at quickly was power point presentations. I do not know what it is about power point presentations in Berkeley, but within the first semester, I had to give 3 power point presentations, which had to be 5, 15, and 30 minutes long, while all three had a… Continue reading How to have a UC Berkeley Level Presentation

Focusing on what is important in times of crisis

I always wanted to be able to write about how to deal with a crisis when I was actually going through one. Everything becomes clear in retrospect, but to actually breathe the advice you give, and to be able to maintain a clear mind within a battlefield, that is true mastery. The Crisis So I… Continue reading Focusing on what is important in times of crisis

“The Art of Asking” for help~

Many of you many not be aware, but I am Korean. And like most countries that were under foreign control, and gained back sovereignty, we have a lot of national pride. And it seems that national pride has somehow translated into regular pride. And the term “Korean Pride” no longer accounts for just nationality, but… Continue reading “The Art of Asking” for help~

Why I choose to not have friends

“You’re the average of the 5 people you surround yourself with most”   It is inescapable. Whenever we meet/talk to people, we are affected in some way. Less in strangers, more in people. And if you want to make the quality of your life better and easier, you have to be strategic with who you… Continue reading Why I choose to not have friends

Accepting People for Who they are

Preface When it comes to relationships, there is nothing more essential to having a successful and fulfilling one, then accepting one another fully. Both partners need to be able to put aside their selfish expectations, and both need to stop projecting what they want, and they need to place each other before one another. The… Continue reading Accepting People for Who they are