What’s one thing you learned in the past three months? The Work Edition

Looking back at my time, I think I learned the most in work from simply not knowing, in naivity and in lack of information about VerbalizeIt.  VerbalizeIt’s appearance on Shark Tank consumed me at the beginning of my work. I was thrown into the fire, picking up slack when it was needed and learning about … Continue reading

Bloomberg Bits

Transparency is the name of the game. By opening up the financial market, Bloomberg created a niche for itself and shifted how finance went about its business. Walking through Bloomberg’s building, the entire company embodies this core value in everything they are. Clear walls to the point that you can see people on the other … Continue reading


Welcome to Google Google makes you question what you’re doing with your life, right now. It’s shiny, it’s colorful, there are men on bicycles serving almond milk vodka Krispy cream ice cream, Legos abound, there are nap pods and an envious library with portraits of Star Wars heros, and what’s more, it seems as if … Continue reading

Quick Hits: 6.4.2013

-One of the things I’m working on: the #foundintranslation campaign. Alongside Rosetta Stone, if you submit a travel photo to the site and receive the most likes, you will win a trip to the place of your choice. I know you all love traveling, or if you just want to oogle pretty pictures it’s a … Continue reading

Shifting Shock

I ended up in New York this summer because I wanted the challenge, and because of all the places in the United States, The City was likely to give me the same challenges that travel provides. When you do travel, culture shock is usually what meets you as you set your feet on the road. … Continue reading

By Fire

My first day of work was docketed to begin Wednesday, May 15th at 12:00pm after I arrived in JFK’s domestic terminal at 7:30am. Some may say this was unwise planning, but I prefer to think of it as optimistic eagerness, which conveniently had me in town before a huge event VerbalizeIt was running on the … Continue reading