"I felt I couldn't refuse, but doing it made me feel everything bad you could possibly feel; humiliated, depressed, furious. I felt like such a loser, standing there to sell myself."Read More
I can't believe I've hitchhiked.
Coming from NYC, I've learned to avoid eye contacts and go the other way when a stranger starts to ask questions. Putting myself in a complete stranger's car and relying on them to take me to my destination was out of my comfort zone.Read More
The pressure is high. Growing up in an Asian household where I worked at my parent’s store starting at age 8 until I moved away for college, I saw first hand how much my parents work to create a better future for me and my siblings.
You get this unexplainable guilt in your throat to do your best because your work is a reflection of their success.Read More