Why We Really Don’t Need Perfectionism

Over the past few days I’ve found myself attending my sister’s graduation ceremonies from UCLA, where exceptional students were recognized for their outstanding achievements and seemingly perfect grades.

As one student was recognized for establishing not one but two charity organizations and completing his degrees with close to perfect grades, I could hear the audience murmur in awe at his achievements yet others seemed discouraged in comparison.

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A Firsthand Look at the Nepal Crisis: An Interview with Shirish Bohara

As we approach the one month mark since the tragedy in Nepal, it seems like mainstream news outlets have shifted their focus to other more sensational content. To find out for myself what the conditions in Nepal are really like in the aftermath of the Earthquake, I talked with Shirish Bohara to hear about his experience in Nepal right now. Here’s what he had to say.

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