Monthly Archive: January, 2012

Grades != Knowledge

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Education should never be associated with grades, or even school. While grades may give an indication of how well you comprehend a subject matter, they really shouldn’t be the center of attention. If… Continue reading

Hello…

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First of all, thanks to Stacey Ferreira for giving me the chance to write on here! As the blog post before says, I am Andrew Rauh, a freshman at the University of Michigan in… Continue reading

The twenty-first writer on the blog is…

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Andrew Rauh This is what the previous writer had to say about Andrew.  I think Andrew Rauh would add an inspiring twist.  Andrew is an 18 year old living in Ann Arbor, Michigan… Continue reading

No matter what, do what you love.

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For my last blog post, I wanted to touch on a point that many people often cannot comprehend.   You can do anything you want if you set your mind to it. Often times… Continue reading

All it requires is a little Give & Take.

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I’m guilty of doing it.  We pretty much all are.  We have a conversation with someone – or more like a one-sided conversation where all we talk about is our lives.  Since we’re… Continue reading

Decisions, Decisions: You’re in Control.

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I woke up this morning, selected an outfit to wear, decided to eat oatmeal cereal, chose to go into the MySocialCloud office to work with the team, allotted time for lunch, debated on… Continue reading

Three States, One Week, Here We Go!

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Thank you so much to my great friend, Nina Vir, for passing the privilege of sharing my insights on this blog! My name is Stacey Ferreira.  This week – the week I was… Continue reading

The twentieth writer is

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Stacey Ferreiera A freshman at NYU and an entrepreneur who co founded MySocialCloud. I’m a daughter, a friend, a student at an all girl’s private Catholic School, an entrepreneur and business owner, gym lover, aspiring CEO of the… Continue reading

Proust Questionnaire

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Revered novelist Marcel Proust famously stated that you should know yourself before you can understand others. He answered a questionnaire about himself in 1890. This set of questions is known popularly known as… Continue reading

What will the future bring us?

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In the last 50 years, we’ve seen the invention of the PC, internet, mobile phone, space exploration and social media/networks. Also, we’ve seen the collapse of communism and major advances in the civil… Continue reading