November 27, 2020

How I Found My Dream Job and 3 Tips On How You Can, Too

⚠️ Note: Please go to wesleytian.com/posts/dream-job for the latest version of this article. Soon, this site will be deleted and all of my posts will be migrated to wesleytian.com/posts. Last summer, in my most popular and inspirational blog post yet, I wrote about how believing in myself, dreaming big, and following my plans led me from nearly failing high school to landing offers at Big Tech. Near the end of that post, I stated that my next goal was to find my “dream job. Read more

July 25, 2020

I'm Moving to Reno, Nevada. Why?

Besides being a 1-hour drive to this beautiful beach, that is. Preface Though COVID-19 has been an inconvenience for many, it has allowed more and more people the autonomy to choose where they want to live. Seeing that my work could be done remotely for the foreseeable future and that my girlfriend, Carol, was willing to relocate with me since all of her classes would be remote, why not choose somewhere I want to live? Read more

March 14, 2020

I Predicted the COVID-19 Stock Market Crash of 2020

On February 15th, 2020, I predicted that COVID-19, which was wrecking havoc in China at the time would soon spread to the United States and wreak havoc here. On February 15th, 2020, I sold 85% percent of all my stocks. On February 18th, 2020, the S&P 500 reached an all time high, despite the known deaths in China. On February 21th, 2020, the S&P 500 crashed. Today is March 14th, 2020 and I am making a few more predictions about the future. Read more

February 5, 2020

To Improve Your Life and the World, Treat the Communities You Live In As Permanent

Although I was born in Mountain View, California, I’ve never seen the bay area as my home. The longest that I’ve lived in one house was four years. As a result, I have always viewed the homes that I have lived in as nothing more than temporary housing. Many of you reading this might find this hard to relate to, but in reality, we’re not so different. Many budding college matriculants find themselves moving to a new town for college. Read more

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