Success Triggers™

Ivy League Advice Series, Interview 4: Where Technology, Machine Learning, and Venture Funds Collide

 

Meet Andrew Ng, a Junior in Economics at Princeton, and a Partner of the Dorm Room Fund. Andrew discusses the struggles that every college student faces: not just how to get through your time a college, but simply getting through each semester. Fascinated by technology startups and…

Ivy League Advice Series: Olympian and Economist, Ariel Hsing in Interview 3

 

Meet Ariel, a former US Table Tennis Olympian and Senior in Economics at Princeton. Ariel talks about her goals for the future, and how she hasn’t quite figure it out yet – which is absolutely NOT a bad thing. She emphasizes the importance of finding something you are truly passionate about and following …

Ivy League Advice Series, Interview 2: Meet Filmmaker, Eric Hayes.

 

Originally from Scotland, Eric is a Junior at Princeton who started a multi-media company while in High School. Eric used his passion for stories and the visual arts, as well as a love of science, technology and specifically engineering to create what he describes as “one of the closest things [he has] …

Success Triggers™: Success Triggers help teens change their future with minutes of work a week. That is a promise.

 

The team at the National Leadership Academies are dedicated to showing high-achieving high school students a future that is ten times bigger than they now envision.  Through the Academies’ Success TriggersTM, students get help with college admissions prep; getting even better grades with a heck of …

Ivy League Advice Series: Interview 1 with Kevin Zhang

 

In the National Leadership Academies’ video series Ivy League students talk straight with America’s best and brightest high school students to give them a realistic idea of what lies ahead. First, we meet Kevin Zhang, a recent graduate of Princeton. He is now starting his journey towards his M.D./Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania. Kevin shares his own experiences with the college admissions …

Success Triggers™: Supercharge First Impressions

 

The fact of the matter is, there are an awful lot of people who want the attention of the same person. The best way to get that attention is to be memorable. An excellent example of this is a Navy Captain by the name of Jay Coup. When Jay was a young man, he got himself a monocle. He didn’t need a …

Success Triggers™: Simple. But so incredibly powerful.

 

The world is divided between two kinds of people: those who know exactly where they’re going and how they’re going to get there and those who do not. One of the most powerful things that the most successful people in the world use – AND is the most underrated tool – is the To-Do List. What could …

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