As of 3:53 PM yesterday, my graduate school application has been sent out. Now it is in the hands of the lovely admissions officers at George Mason University who will decide my fate.
I want to feel hopeful, confident, happy. Yet, I can help but be riddled with self doubt and anxiety. There are some many reasons I should be nervous, to be honest. But at the same time, I’m trying to remind myself of some pros I have in my corner.
Before I get tooooo ahead of myself, I should finally reveal what degree I’m aiming for, what concentration I’ll delve into, and what exactly I applied to!
After a lot of soul searching, listening to all of the beautiful advise you guys gave me, and most importantly, amazing luck, I picked my program. Here’s the story.
I was wracking my mind to pick between a masters in…
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In 2009 l interviewed a bankrupt Cambodian millionaire who contributed $3 million,
To George Bush’s presidential campaign in 1988.In 1960 he was 19 years old when he fled his country and came to America as a refugee.He settled in Los Angeles ,living with his friends.
Working 16-20 hours a day in a Doughnut shop ,withe the next 25 years he was able to build,
An empire owning 30 Doughnut shop.In 2000 he was invited to Las Vegas as a guest speaker .
When he left Las Vegas few days later he had lost 10 million dollars on Baccarat Table.
Within 9 years he lost every dollars he owned . Now he lives on the porch of his friend’s house ,in Long Beach.
Before l left him ,his friend told me .”If he gets his hand on a five dollar bill he will find a way to go to a local…
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