I love learning about anything and everything! Right now, I'm doing a deep dive into 4D printing and its applications in space. I think cryptocurrency is the future and I love the process of building something from scratch and engineering it to solve a problem! I want to encourage people to develop themselves and be the best they could possibly be and every day, I strive to make myself just a little bit better.
I absolutely love learning but even I have to take breaks sometimes, something I struggle to notice when I'm deep in a project or research paper. I love reading into the night; "The Song of Achilles" is my favorite book, a brilliant fantasy story blended with the most seamless imagery and stunning plotline. Music is my first love and I spend most of my time playing piano, cello, guitar, or studying music production. Cooking is something I also love to do and it's always a great time when I find a new recipe and get to experiment in the kitchen!
Whenever people ask me that, I have the tendency to just shrug my shoulders. I don't know what's going to happen two months from now let alone a year or even ten! My goal in life is to always be in a place where I get to continuously learn and grow. I never want to be in a place where I feel like I've "made it" because in my eyes, there's always something new to explore. Whether it's biotech or crypto or engineering or even filmmaking, I'm confident I'll find a way to keep pushing the boundaries.
Fighting wildfires with sound with autonomous drone technology
Learning how to wire breadboards, code in Python, and build with mechanical engineering
Using satellites to track meteorite landing sites
Whenever I'm in a tough spot, I always think about the fact that whenever you're at your lowest point, you have the most potential for growth. I'm much happier when I push myself outside of my comfort zone and continue to grow. My social media journey is along the same lines; click here to watch!
Stoicism is quite a difficult thing to truly master. I urge everyone I know to try a more unbiased approach to life, one that's less destructive and more reflective. While that kind of self-control is something I still have to practice, it's brought a lot of clarity to my life! I touch on stoicism a little bit in my article down below on taking control of your mind!
Yes, it's a cliché. But I believe that in order to truly be successful, you need to throw yourself into whatever you do and do it on a regular basis. I've found that the projects I continuously work on have results that compound over time. Jeff Bezos talks a lot about consistency with his Day One mindset; click here to read!