Narrow loss to Japanese all star gymnastics team. Now teaching them the nuances of flip cup and beirut. =)
Archive for February, 2009
Your Top Strength
Love of learning
You love learning new things, whether in a class or on your own. You have always loved school, reading, and museums-anywhere and everywhere there is an opportunity to learn.
Your Second Strength
Zest, enthusiasm, and energy
Regardless of what you do, you approach it with excitement and energy. You never do anything halfway or halfheartedly. For you, life is an adventure.
Your Third Strength
Capacity to love and be loved
You value close relations with others, in particular those in which sharing and caring are reciprocated. The people to whom you feel most close are the same people who feel most close to you.
Your Fourth Strength
Fairness, equity, and justice
Treating all people fairly is one of your abiding principles. You do not let your personal feelings bias your decisions about other people. You give everyone a chance.
Your Fifth Strength
Kindness and generosity
You are kind and generous to others, and you are never too busy to do a favor. You enjoy doing good deeds for others, even if you do not know them well.
Forgiveness and mercy
You forgive those who have done you wrong. You always give people a second chance. Your guiding principle is mercy and not revenge.
Humor and playfulness
You like to laugh and tease. Bringing smiles to other people is important to you. You try to see the light side of all situations.
You excel at the tasks of leadership: encouraging a group to get things done and preserving harmony within the group by making everyone feel included. You do a good job organizing activities and seeing that they happen.
To believe in the life of love, to walk in the way of honor, to serve in the light of truth, – this is the life, the way, the light of Sigma Nu.
I think most fraternaties are a joke – but these words resonate quite strongly with me. If only frats really practiced what they preached. SIGMA NU MUSIC VIDEO on Vimeo
I think I read this from Guy Kawasaki – the older you get the more you realize you’re the ultimate combination of your parents. I’m super talkative, love people and ADD from my mom. I get my love of books, intellectual conversation, and my hate of complaining from my dad.