As first generation Asian Americans, we understand the sacrifices our parents have made in order for us to have the opportunities we are blessed with today. We grow up in a society that they are unfamiliar with but we must abide by traditions we are unfamiliar with. This contrasting reality leads to many unanswered questions and leave us feeling the need to sacrifice our passions to fulfill our parents' wishes.
But IS it selfish to pursue a path we know feels right? Do our families truly know what's best for our future? This week, our shining light of wisdom Jennet Liaw shares her beautiful insight on how we can and should responsibly chase our dreams. We give practical tips and advice on how we got our foot in the door and why fueling your fire is the MOST responsible and USEFUL thing you can do for the world.
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” -Howard Thurman
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