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Recently, someone asked me if I would return to the teaching field and resume educating those in the upcoming generations. I’m not sure because the future is unknown and we can never say for certain about some things but I … Continue reading
Back in June of this year (June 20), I went to Las Vegas for the second time for business and pleasure. Yay! It’s so amazing to be able to travel to so many places to do productive work, learn with … Continue reading
About two weekends ago, our team set out in a small fleet of cars on a journey to the east (lol) to Montreal because one of our mentors in the business was hosting a training. After meeting at McDonalds so … Continue reading
We had an amazing weekend!!! I can’t believe it’s already been a year since the last Greensboro convention in 2014. Time flies and so much has happened since MAIC 2014. Let’s recount what happened this weekend. 🙂 On Wednesday, August … Continue reading
This was my third convention! Wow! I’m a veteran convention go-er now! That’s really cool. Time has FLOWN by and I can’t believe this was my third one. Anyone can go actually to this convention. That makes me nothing special. … Continue reading
Be prepared for a nerdy post: The scale of the people walking on the stage at the MAWC 2015 convention looks large and grand but they all got there with a little bit of hard work, time, perseverance, and dedication. … Continue reading
At the beginning of August, hundreds of young, ambitious, hardworking, kind-hearted, and energetic individuals boarded eight buses to go on a 14-hour road trip to a little-known city in North Carolina — Greensboro. This was my second convention to learn more about … Continue reading
Last weekend, I got the chance to partake in Mon Sheong’s summer retreat with a group of young and enthusiastic upcoming leaders and adventure-goers! While some of them were already my dear friends who I know from before, I got … Continue reading