Moving to London at 22 was one of the most difficult but also the best decision I could make. I had to break the mold. Change my environment to grow. Sad that I had to change to fit
I got my bachelor’s degree. Yay! Big deal. Or so I thought, for like less than 2 seconds. Even before graduating, I knew that this bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Sales would not be enough for anything.
I was the first person in my family to go to business school. Still, almost 20 years after graduating, I am the only one to have been to business school. Do you. think it is because of skills? Nope!
I am 16. I am in Paris with my crew. It is a hot summer. I am sweating. Not because of the temperature but because of the adrenaline going through my veins.
I was lucky in my life. I am very grateful for it. One of my most significant luck was to travel outside of France at a very young age. It showed my that I could matter.
What do you want to do when you grow up? The most common question adults ask kids. As far as I could remember, my first answer was: I want to be a journalist
The hardest challenge I experienced in my life was the death of my brother. Manuel. I was 9. He was 14.
Not much more than this to say. I do not believe there is a need to explain or build a story around the topic. It is simple and non negotiable.
Thank you, Ta-Nehisi Coates. Thank you for writing about topics that I could not read anywhere else, and for making me feel something deeply. I am talking about your last book, “The Water Dancer”.
Learnings from COVID 19. 1. Don’t follow the herd. 2. Focus on what you can change. 3. Find the opportunity. 4. Plan for better days.