In this episode, the actual Thaaer is on vacation in Saudi Arabia and thus the episode is a prerecorded minisode. Regardless, this episode is very valuable. Join Thaaer as he talks about risk-taking and why you should do it when you're young, why risk is needed in a successful life, and Thaaer's own risky experience in the stock market. Listen to this episode on the podcast with the truth you may or may not want to hear.
Thaaer Alrajab and Vijay Vankadaru sit down and talk about the Ukraine-Russia conflict and its effects on the economy, how Vijay was able to even start investing by using money from selling fidget spinners, and how Vijay maintains his normal and social life while investing as a highschooler.
Thaaer and Maddy discuss how fast their senior year is wrapping up, how so many people want to move out without valuing their families, along with a gruesome internship and keeping away from people that aren't beneficial to you, and more. Join them on this week's episode of the podcast with the truth you may or may not want to hear.
This week, I became both the host and the guest on Truthful Society's latest episode. So many people overrate social life and undervalue alone time, and my episode aims to change that. Listen to the whole thing to see how you can turn your life around and really take care of yourself the right way.
https://anchor.fm/s/5628732c/podcast/rss Check out this episode, I don't have much to say for this one. Sorry about the short post! Listen on Spotify!
Thaaer and Eric talk about taking advantage of the new year and holiday season, just how underrated passion is, and a revolutionary computer algorithm breakthrough project. Join them as they speak about why it is so necessary to have a purpose to pursue and care about
Life is filled with many good experiences and enough bad experiences to match them. It is never always good. So then, what do you do when life gets hard? How do you properly deal with it the right way?
Thaaer Alrajab and Megan Banh talk about the Thanksgiving break and how to use it to take care of mental, physical, and social health. You won't want to miss this episode!
Nathan Tseng is a high school senior who recently verbally committed to play D1 Golf at the University of California, San Diego. He plans to pursue his passion for Golf competitively and professionally. Having done aikido, he has also dabbled within some martial arts. You can already see that this man is going places, and if you join us for this episode, you might learn a thing or two.
Most guides on how to invest in yourself are broad or generic, and that alone is discouraging. This post aims to take their spot in your life. You won't want to miss these detailed tips on how to invest in yourself and how some of them worked for me.
Despite how boring and philosophical this might sound, it is actually interesting and maybe even life changing. On this week's episode, my guest and I discussed the meanings of truth and how they p[ay a role in your life. You won't want to miss it.
Internships and experience sound like they're just for students, but here's the thing: they aren't. In this episode, I, along with Julian Ayusa and Glory Vo, discussed internships and life experience, their benefits, and just what they can help accomplish.
Internships and experience sound like they're for students only, but they're not. They can be for everyone. This post explains just how that is and how to take advantage of these two efficient success tools.
Everyone knows that failure isn't always bad, but what about applying it. Did we apply our failures in our lives? My guests and I spoke just about that and how our experiences played a role. You won't want to miss this podcast episode because you might learn from us.
If the lockdown has not affected you in some way, shape, or form then you might be living on another planet, especially if you have not thought about the advantages of the lockdown. For me, it was a mix of both. I turned it positive, but I also could've done more. With that being said, this post will be my rollercoaster of a story.
Failure or Success? I'll keep the answer simple and short. Both. They go hand in hand. Sounds generic, right? However, I could probably name tons of different generic rules of life that people [including me] overlook.Rather, avoiding failure is a popular idea especially pushed in today's school system. They'll say something stupid like 'Failure is not an option.' Well, boy is that wrong. So wrong that I'm going to share with you precisely why failure is an option.
Why even live? It's a deep question that everyone's probably encountered with themselves at some point. Unlike a lot of questions out there, this can't be answered simply and briefly. In this episode with Bao Bao Nguyen and Ryan Gouveia, I discussed just that along with ways you might be able to find your purpose. You won't want to miss such genuine life-changing material.
So, I'm trying something new where I delve into interesting blog posts and add to them. Hence the name, Truthful Perspectives. For today, Boldly Sew's post on honesty was the topic. If you want a definition for honesty, then this post is for you. If not, then this post is still for you.
This one's deep, and even took me years to answer. Either way, purpose isn't something that will just appear. Not only that, but it will take time to be developed. Because of that, here are some steps that have worked for me.
With summer coming up, many are hoping to try and use the free time that comes with it well. They hope to become productive and successful. However, experts say that many end up being the exact opposite, as they get caught up in the summer and lose their drive. Read these 5 tips from experts that we have compiled about productivity and success in the summer.