Monthly Archives: November 2015

We leave MiniPrints

We don't just pass by, we leave footprints.

We don’t just pass by, we leave footprints.

“What do you know? You are just a kid !”

That is what they think of you, just a student who goes to school every morning, does his homework and spends the rest of the day playing video games.

But you know you are not just kid, you know you can do more than just writing a useless essay about global warming! You can change the world, if only you had the chance.

That is why we started MiniDollars. Because entrepreneurs have no stereotype, and the only thing that matters about an idea is how good it is no matter who came up with it. We started it because we believe that having a young mind is an advantage not a weakness. We started it because we know that you can do something far more important than your homework. We believe that you can make the difference. Because we know that you won’t just pass by, you will leave footprints.

 

By: Abdelrahman El-Iraqy

 

Best Of Both Worlds

" Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." Confucius

” Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Confucius

Have you ever thought about why most journalists write the longest-most-boring topics in newspapers every single day? They write to earn money so their writings always seem boring because the purpose behind the writing is profit and keeping the job. Just that.

However, let us take a look at the most successful writer out there, those who write because they are fond of writing and believe in the power of words. They did what they loved in the first place but earned money along the way. The best of both worlds as they say.

Although sometimes reality dashes what we had on mind for our dream job but that is what we should all do, find what we are good at and do it. Regardless any obstacle we might face trying to do so. Always remember what Confucius said: ” Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”

 

By: Shrouq Tarek