In this chilling thriller, Jesse Ryder wakes up in government agency that is testing on humans. Implanting MTAGs into everyone’s arm was their idea of a “perfect world.”
The point isn’t the scale of your adventure; the point is the regular practice of nurturing an adventure habit.
Forget the gatekeepers. Just play.
We aren’t alone. I know there are other millennials out there who feel the same way. We are told to follow our passion, but how do we follow it if we don’t know what the heck it is?
That excitement is what helped me to skip over all of the disclaimers in the contract that Dr. Phelps put before me. Since that day, I’ve re-read the contract a hundred times, sick at the thought of what I overlooked.
This morning I read an excellent article by venture capitalist, Mark Suster, about how Attention Deficit Disorder might actually be a benefit to entrepreneurs.
Can makeup transform others’ assumptions about who we are?
Perched atop an exam table at Rutgers’ Imaging Center, twitching bare feet, I glance from the standard medical gown keeping me cold to drab linoleum floor to unforgiving fluorescent ceiling lights.
Throw yourself into the degree, the promotion, the internship, or the backpacking tour of Asia that you have always dreamed of doing but knew that you couldn’t do if anyone else was depending on you.
There’s nothing wrong with sex, or having a lot of it. I don’t believe it’s wrong to have it with strangers, either.