Attending college for the past four years has given me the amazing opportunity to be around a lot of smart people. Now, when I say “smart people,” I’m not merely describing that guy who always wins trivia night. He’s probably here
I know some of you are considering starting businesses. This morning I felt inspired to write this and hope this is the right place and time to share it: About 7 years ago I was fired. My sales manager at the
How the St. John’s Great Books Education Prepared me to be an Entrepreneur. After graduating St. John’s I was convinced I would get a PhD in political philosophy from some good Straussian school; that, or I would go to law school.
I’m a weary traveler. Vagabond. Depraved, misbehaved, delinquent. I gave up on love when I realized there’s no gold at the end of the rainbow. I read too many hopelessly hopeful, fairy-tale ending, romantically driven stories in and throughout my youthful,
As the clock wound down in the fourth quarter, I began to feel emotional. I had never watched a team I rooted for go all the way to the championship and win it. After all, I’m from Cleveland—we have the
It’s pretty amazing how much difference one little change can make in your life when you commit and stick to it. Just like tucking a little money away each month when you’re young can leave you with a small fortune
A Note from PRSUIT Editorial Director Konrad Stoick In September of last year, I ran out of things to say. I also started to feel like pontificating from the podium of web-written articles was not always the best way to communicate my ideas. Though
Experience life, grow yourself Life can become comfortable pretty quickly. Go to school, college or work, do your best not pushing yourself too much, have some fun with your friends and enjoy life as it is. After living in a comfort zone