While taking a history course titled War, Hunger, & Surveillance: The Global Cold War taught by Monica Kim at New York University several years ago, I was introduced to historian Michael H. Hunt’s observation of the functionality of ideologies and -isims:

“To move in a world of infinite complexity, individuals…


If you grew up in church or have any literary knowledge about the Bible, you may be familiar with a story involving Jesus, some random rich dude, and something about a camel going through the eye of a needle. A story in which a well-off young man comes up to…


Cathie Wood, ARK Investment’s prophetess extraordinaire, has reinvigorated the move toward future-oriented, innovation-based investment strategies. Her calls on Tesla, Square, Roku, and Crisper have captured the mind’s of many, including your’s truly. …


Though relatively young in my professional journey, here are my observations from having worked with a handful of different managerial personalities in the academic, coffee, and tech industries. I have one basic learning as it relates to an individual’s role in relation to their manager’s role:

Simply put, your job…


No matter who we are, what we’ve done, or where we are from; irrespective of age, race, height, gender, sexuality, social status, economic standing, etc., all of us human beings are subject to a universal reality: we have some things under our control, and some things outside of our control.


If you just started getting into investing in the stock market, you most likely have come across the concept of dollar cost averaging (DCA). DCA is an investment strategy most commonly used by long-term investors. It is the practice of consistently purchasing additional shares of a pre-existing position in one’s…


It is crucial to remember that Bitcoin always has been, is, and will be a currency; i.e. a medium to hold money. Can you make money from it? Sure, you can literally make thousands from investing in Bitcoin, but it should be treated as a currency rather than a stock.


When you are faced with the unknown, that is when you don’t know what to do with a novel situation, there is only one thing to do- explore. Why? Exploration is the solution that has been baked into our brain’s structure and formulation.

Our brain consists, largely, of two hemispheres…


While visiting London in the 1680s, French traveler François Maximilien Misson, a 17th century equivalent of a travel blogger, encountered a small subset of storefronts that he had not previously seen in his motherland across the English channel. These peculiar shops were not quite workshops nor were they restaurants, but…


All of us humans have a common tendency irrespective of what walk of life we are from. We all logically, so we think, define our environment as an objective space. Our setting is categorized as objective because it is apart from us. …

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history major, neo-Christian, 1.5 generation Korean American exploring different genres of the literary expression.

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