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Experiencing my own passion

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How is what you learned in this class unique to you? Well, I really didn’t know anything before this class.  We have talked about what the class would be like for someone who… Continue reading

If there was a vague reward.

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Funny I get asked this question now.  This is the first time in my adult life that I have had a faint idea of what I would be doing with my life for… Continue reading

Davi Gets Real – What Came First: The Passion or the Egg?

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Oh jeez. That’s my reaction to this prompt. Well folks, I guess the time has come for me to be serious in a blog post. We’ve all been waiting for it, and here… Continue reading

A Super Social Innovator

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I am going to quickly walk you through the careers I have wanted to be a part of.  P.S. This is just high school.   Writer, Fashion Designer, Hip-Hop Choreographer, Politician, Teacher, Soundtrack… Continue reading

Inside Beauty Pageant

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When I heard this question, I thought of the answers I gave every time someone asked me the question, “If you could have lunch with anyone in history, who would it be?” I… Continue reading

Is it just me, or does it smell like pumpkin pie?

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After reading the prompt, I immediately imagined myself sitting around my table at Thanksgiving, re-realizing “what really counts.” Like any good cheesy family flick, everyone stops whatever they were doing to be truly… Continue reading

Oh Those BYU Girls – All They Think About is Marriage

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Putting a social innovation venture through a checklist to determine their worth kind of makes me sick to my stomach.  I immediately thought of “the list.”  You know, the one that every young… Continue reading

Life’s a Garden: Dig it!

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When I was a child, I have memories of being woken up ealy on Saturday  mornings to weed the garden.  I hated it with a fierce passion – so much that I swore… Continue reading

Siding with my main man Benny Franklin on this one

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Here is the difficulty I am having with this whole definition thing: One part of me is wanting a real solid idea of this phrase so that it can be used by many… Continue reading

Nicheless and Loving It

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When I was a kid, I had a hard time with something: I wasn’t good at anything.  I’m not kidding.  You know how everyone starts finding their niches around middle school?  And you… Continue reading