Monthly Archives: October 2011

Entrepreneurial Seminar

This week was the STAR Management week at my school in where they get lots of cool people and companies to give presentations about business in their industry. One of the events they gave was the Entrepreneurial Seminar- something which … Continue reading

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Internship ideas

At the moment, I’m brainstorming about what would be best for me as an internship. There’s a lot of different things I could do, and a lot of different ideas I have. My options at the moment are as follows… … Continue reading

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Approach anxiety

I’ve been going to a lot of different places lately where there are beautiful women. The thing is, getting my shit together to just say ‘hi’ to them is hard if you have no real reason to instigate a conversation … Continue reading

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Democracy, and its implementation

Why do people need to go out on the streets, in order to show how they really feel about governmental and economic policies? If we really live in a democracy, there should no reason for us to do so. I … Continue reading

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Learn through making mistakes.

My first test this trimester woke me up. What I realized is that I’m not learning effectively. I’m sure its possible to do the things I’m doing, and still be able to study to get the grades I want. I … Continue reading

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Introducing ´The Blue´ into the EU´s economy

So we all feel the results of the recent economic recession in Europe, caused partly by the failure of governance in some particular countries…but what should we do about it? The idea I was discussing with people was: what if … Continue reading

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No more plastic

So I came up with a theory of how to get rid of all the plastic in the ocean, and it is based on one thing: human incentives. First of all, I’m sure you’re aware about the amount of garbage … Continue reading

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