The Best of The UP Lab 2013 – Part 2


The UP Lab has only been in existence for half this year, but in spirit of ending a great year, we want to compile a list of the top five most popular posts from those six months.

Last week, we reviewed the eight unparalleled individuals whom we had the honor of interviewing.

The UP Lab team here will be taking a break until January 6th 2014. Yes that will be two weeks of no new content. We don’t often take breaks from releasing content like this, however we will still be writing. Come 2014, you’ll have plenty to read from us!

Thank you for your patience as we work to make 2014 a remarkable year for The UP Lab!

Without further ado, here are the top articles for 2013.

Most Popular Posts of 2013

Your Degree Doesn’t Define You: A First-Hand Experience

10 Study Tips to Survive Final Exams which was recently made into an infographic!

A Bachelor’s Degree in Desperation with a Minor in Hope (guest post by Wes Koseki)

The Differences Between Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence

Your Ego: 6 Ways to Use It to Your Advantage

Editor’s Picks

Make Sacrifices for Fulfillment: Success on Your Own Terms (guest post by Victoria Karen Lin)

I Can’t Believe We’re Doing This

If You Want Anything, Just Ask – 4 Tips to Asking and Succeeding

Importance of Faith: Looking at Faith with Fascination Than with Condescension

5 Ways to Improve Your Self-Esteem

Thank you to The UP Lab Readers!

It has been an interesting six months, and what an awesome journey it’s been. Thank you to everyone who visited this site in this past year and many thanks to our fans and supporters who have been consistently rooting for us.

We’ll be working even harder in 2014 to bring you more quality content to inspire.

Stay UnParalleled!



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