One Day, or Day One? You decide!

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Change is the fuel of progress and while progress seems to be the common goal for all of us, not everyone wants to accept change. We tend to resist it, challenge it, even rebel against it while clinging to what … Read More

For those doomed with student loans and no money

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On the surface, everything in my life seemed alright when I was 19 years old. I was studying both Management and Computer engineering in the best but most expensive university in Colombia, I had good marks that will likely get … Read More

5 things I learned from 5 years in AIESEC

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A dear friend of mine, Dulce from Mexico, ones described AIESEC as a “moving walkway”, like the ones you can find often at airports. In my opinion it does one thing: It simply makes you (young people) develop and grow … Read More

A little boy’s decision

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I  remember when I was in middle school, a tiny little impressionable 12 year old boy. I wasn’t what you would call popular, but this isn’t some sob story about how I didn’t have friends. This is a story that … Read More

Today’s goals: Unafraidness. That’s all.

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My early life I grew up as the shy wallflower, waiting to be heard, hoping to have my space and time to shine. One September day, that wallflower stumbled upon AIESEC on her university campus, unaware that her life would … Read More

The geeks of IT: what choices do we have?

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People have seen the students and graduates of computer science & information systems as the geeks of the world. We’re known for always sitting in front of our laptops and it is not usual for us to interact or socialize … Read More

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