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I’m trying to do something different this year. In the past, I’ve had a passion for cars, reading, and movies. I’m trying to do more of a personal goal that is all about making a positive impact on the world. I try to keep up with my “go do this and do that” habit. So far, my goal for 2013 has been to build a car.

Well, it’s more than that. It’s about getting better, making great strides, and becoming a better person. It’s about giving back to the world, and giving back to a community that has supported me so far.

I think most people would agree that making a great deal of money these days is a major goal, but I think the key to achieving said goal is to find what you love and put all your effort into it. The thing to keep in mind is that money is merely a means to an end. Its a means to an end because you have to earn it, and you have to save it.

The way we make money is different than the way we save money. For most people the goal of saving money is to make their money, and the people who make a lot of money make a lot of money by making the most of it. For me, that money is my personal goal. And I’m not saying I don’t make a lot of money, I’m just saying that I’m a lot happier when I make less money.

Some people are happier when they make less money because they are more happy. But this is a little different because it’s a different way of thinking about it. When you make more money, the money goes to the people who make the most money by making the most money. And that’s how we make money. We make a lot more money when we make a lot less money.

Exactly right. You can make money so much better off if you don’t make so much money. You can make more money if you have the right way of thinking about things. When you think about money in terms of a ratio you can make more money. When you think about it in terms of an equation you can make more money because you will get paid less. But its also a lot harder for someone to make more money if they make more money.


Wow! I can't believe we finally got to meet in person. You probably remember me from class or an event, and that's why this profile is so interesting - it traces my journey from student-athlete at the University of California Davis into a successful entrepreneur with multiple ventures under her belt by age 25

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