A Captive Audience of One

By Parth Raval I write. I think it’s important to stay busy and I have binders full of pages that have never seen a pair of eyes but mine. Not all of it usable–some of it is very, very bad–but the material is there if I want to go back and revise it, work it…

How an Extrovert Learned to be Alone

By Michelle Vo I am an extrovert. And I believe that being one has limited me in the ability to be comfortable in certain environments. Namely, one with just me in it. I absolutely hate being alone. If I can avoid being alone in public, I will. I would rather be by myself in a…

Going Above and Beyond the Wrong Expectations

By David Ly Khim You probably didn’t know this, but I played badminton religiously in high school. I was fairly decent. I had a few MVP awards, was mentioned in the local newspapers a few times, and my name is in the McDonald’s Lakewood Youth Hall of Fame. I won’t say none of that matters. It…

Winning, Losing and Why Life Isn’t a Game

By Michelle Vo “Michelle, either you’re a winner or a loser. Life is a game and you have to play smart to win.” I’m sure everybody has had someone tell them this at some point in their lives. Winners take on challenges, losers look at a challenge and give up. Winners do this, losers do…

5 Limiting Beliefs You Must Let Go to Succeed

by David Ly Khim There’s so much to look forward to. A new year. A fresh start. You’ve set goals for the new year and the future looks bright. However, the beliefs you have may be the roadblocks that will prevent you from achieving your goals. These beliefs are so common, it’s easy to accept…

Don’t Restore Faith in Humanity, Keep it Alive

This post discusses the topics on the reasoning behind good deeds, the significance of the intention that drives each deed, and the importance of having faith in humanity. By Justin Ho Renewing Faith in Humanity? Oh hey look your friend posted something on social media that is sort of positive. A video, article, or personal…