Becoming a Ngo-Getter Through Sacrifice

Categories: Becoming a Ngo-Getter

As an extension of our discussion about time management, let’s talk about sacrifice. Sometimes even having the best time management skills isn’t enough. Sometimes, it’s just impossible to fit everything into our schedules; when there’s too much on our plates, it’s like we’re trying to use 30 hours in a day when there’s only 24. […]

Becoming a Ngo-Getter with Time Management

Categories: Becoming a Ngo-Getter

When we’re serious about achieving our goals, we need to be aware of how we spend our time. That means prioritizing our goals and setting aside time to work towards each of them. This post won’t be about how to be efficient at work or how to “maximize” your days. Instead, it’s about being effective […]

Becoming a Ngo-Getter by Planning

Categories: Becoming a Ngo-Getter

Welcome to the first installment of the “Becoming a Ngo-Getter” series! Before we begin, there’s one thing I’d like for you all to remember as we begin our journeys to becoming Ngo-getters: Success doesn’t happen overnight. Got that ingrained in your mind? Make sure it sticks. I’m serious. Even those musical artists who seem to […]

Becoming a Ngo-Getter

Categories: Becoming a Ngo-Getter

How is the New Year treating you so far? How are you treating the New Year? Did you hit the ground running like I told you to in my last blog post? Maybe you need some help getting started on those New Year’s resolutions. If you’re lagging behind a bit, never fear! Each week for […]

Conquer the New Year

Categories: Life, Personal

For many people, and for a myriad of different reasons, 2016 sucked. Like, majorly hard. But I’m not here to tell you why the year sucked; this isn’t a reflection piece on all the bad, or even the loads of good that also happened this year. Instead, let’s talk about the future—what 2017 holds for […]

Rebuilding Self-Worth

Categories: Life, Personal

From my last blog post, “What to Expect During a Quarter-Life Crisis”, I gained humility and started to redefine what success is to me. I am fortunate enough to have friends and mentors who care to talk through with me what it is I’m looking for in life. One of those conversations revolved deeply around […]

What to Expect During a Quarter-Life Crisis

Categories: General, Life, Personal

Today, I turn twenty-five years old. Depending on who’s judging, I’m either super old (as per my brothers aged 7 and 8) or “still young”. It’s like I’m living in some strange purgatory-like life. Even professionally, I’ve been too ingrained in the “real world” to be considered a recent college graduate, and yet I’m nowhere […]