Seize the Day!

Nadia James, Dustin Guastella, Adam Goldman, and Phillip Logan tabling for Philadelphia DSA at First Friday this summer. (Credit: Elizabeth Henderson)

This article originally appeared in the winter 2015 issue of the Democratic Left magazine.

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I believe these pieces of advice can be applied to anything we do – to business, to hobbies, to whatever. I especially like the one about being proud and believing in yourself and what we do. And although we do know this but often we forget why we started what we started. In the process we forgot what was our goal at the beginning. Surely, with time goals can change in any business like happen with my company at but the vission which made us believe in ourselves and do something should never be changed, probably updated but its essence should remain the same since it’s what made us who  we are and this should never be forgotten.

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