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This week, I learned to never have any open loops in my life, I submitted my final proposal for the second phase of the Amsterdam Light Festival competition, listened to several episodes of Mark R. LePage's EntreArchitect podcast, and started the research phase for an affordable housing project in Hong Kong, China. Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned that when a problem arises, asses it before reacting, I rode in a hot air balloon, read The Happiness of Pursuit by Chris Guillebeau, and wrote the final submission content for the Amsterdam Light Festival. Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned that when I have momentum, I shouldn't stop moving ahead, I traveled to New Mexico, read Unshakeable by Tony Robbins, and finalized the schematic design for 5x30 - Restaurant and apartments. Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned to stop doubting, to trust myself, and how that helps me save time, got selected to the second phase of the Amsterdam Light Festival competition, listened to How I Built this NPR podcast interview with Gordon Segal of Crate & Barrel, and finished project 2x30 - NYC Net Zero Public Housing Project. Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned to make an annual budget of a long-term dream, purchased a pair of the most comfortable shoes in the world, listened to Tim Ferriss' podcast interview with Matt Mullenweg (founder of Wordpress), and set materials in the NYC Net Zero Public Housing Project's Revit model. Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned that networking is about making friends, attended a workshop on creating a personal budget, watched Al Gore's climate change TED talk, and designed the ground floor of the Net Zero NYC Affordable Housing project. Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned to always look and ask for more opportunities, had a great time perusing books at Barnes & Nobles, read The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch, and I'm now developing designs for the ground floor of the NYC Net Zero Public Housing project! Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned that teaching requires patience and trust, purchased an iPhone 7 Plus, read SOM: Architecture of Skidmore, Owings & Merill 1973-1983, started a competition for project 2x30, and I'm now developing a Revit model for the competition. Learn more in this week's Friday Four Newsletter!

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This week, I learned to ask for opportunities to work on things that no one else wants to work on, went to an estate sale, read Sustainable: Houses with Small Footprints by Avi Friedman, and completed my preliminary research for this year's projects.

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This week, I learned the importance of meeting new people, received a holiday gift from a good friend, read Louis Kahn: Conversations with Students, and refined some of my old competition proposals for my 30x30 projects. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I reflected on my purpose in life, shared a client with a friend, read #Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso, and brainstormed projects that I'll refine from architecture school for my 30x30 projects. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I learned to create great things and be patient for feedback, had a great time spending my staycation at home, read Shark Tales by Barbara Corcoran, and finished project 7x30, Field of Light. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I learned to stop multi-tasking and focus, celebrated Andrea's birthday, listened to the Ask Gary Vee podcast, and began to contemplate project 7x30. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I learned that it's okay to have a "staycation", my best moment was knowing that my mother enjoyed her gift, listened to the How I Built This podcast by NPR, and finalized renderings for One Seneca Tower. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I learned that I should try doing tasks from the position that I want in my career, attended freshman architecture reviews, listened to the "How I Built This" podcast by NPR, and started merging One Seneca Tower Revit models. Learn more in this week's Newsletter!

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This week, I learned that there's a great feeling that comes with giving to others, I spent time with my family and friends in NYC, listened to the Business of Architecture podcast by Enoch Sears, and completed the 3x30 One Seneca Tower Revit model. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I learned the importance of talking to people outside of the field of architecture, had Thanksgiving dinner with my family and friends, read my stack of Architect Magazine, and developed 2 design options for the 5x30 Restaurant and Apartment renovation project. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I learned about the benefits of getting involved with different architecture communities, negotiated a deal with my internet provider, listened an episode of the Tim Ferriss Show Podcast, and developed a second design scheme for 5x30 Restaurant and Apartments. Learn more in this week's newsletter!

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This week, I learned that more communication is better than less, I was asked to work with each partner in my architecture office to work on a project, started listening to the Entrepreneur on Fire Podcast by John Lee Dumas, and met with a local preservation group for project 5x30 - Restaurant and Apartment Renovations. Learn more in this week's Newsletter!

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This week, I learned that there'll be times when you just can't get any work done, rescued a dog from the Bahamas, started watching American Genius on Netflix, and finalized the layouts of all the residential units in One Seneca Tower. Learn more in this week's Newsletter!