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I have a passion for learning and teaching.
I realized at a young age that all “knowledge” was constructed by people no smarter than you or me. Taking it at face value never satisfied me. Instead, I always sought out to learn it from first principles. This in turn made me a really effective learner, writer, and teacher (all of which I believe are greatly intertwined).
That is how I was able to teach myself pretty much everything I know. Whether it’s math, physics, coding, crypto, or now belly dance ;)
But one problem I see in the world is the dearth of great teachers. Most teachers teach from the perspective of someone who already has mastered that knowledge. There are very few people out there who can explain things with a beginner’s mindset.
That is why you will find that much of my writing (and now videos!) consist of me explaining things from the perspective of a beginner. I have mastered the art of learning and find joy in teaching what I learn in the best way possible. My goal is to empower you the knowledge and skills to be your greatest self.
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One of the many things that dance has taught me is the importance of good posture. When I first started learning dance, I was horrified to discover how bad my posture really was. I remember watching video clips of my early practice sessions and wanting to cry.
I have put in countless hours into this so far, dedicating every day to practice with the hope of progressing just a bit further. And yet, I still feel like my journey has only just begun.
When I was extremely anemic, I was eating a mostly vegetarian diet consisting of lots of vegetables, beans, fruit, and some dairy. Despite how many “iron rich” foods I ate, my anemia never went away. Later, I would learn that it is actually very common for vegetarians to have iron-deficiency anemia.