The Book in 3 sentences 🎯 They say you’re an average of 5 friends you spend the most time with. But in the digital era, you are an average of the content you consume. So, your job should be to collect good ideas. The more good ideas you collect, the more you can choose from to be influenced by. There’s nothing new under the sun. Everything that needs to be said has already been said.

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Happiness is not pleasure. Happiness is the expansion of possibilities - Scott Young I often wonder what is one thing I am most passionate about, I am aware I like fitness, sports, e-commerce, and advertising space but I cannot come up with one answer. Is it because I know I am not good at it or am I scared to actually make a career out of it? I thought completing grad school and finding a job will help me to find my passion, it has definitely made me happy but I am far from finding my passion.

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On the last Tuesday of each month, I like doing a review of my month and take a step back to see if I am on my critical path to success. In this blog post, I will cover what are the books and blogs I have read this month, the podcasts I have listened to and the movies that I have watched, and most importantly the lessons I have learned. So, brace yourselves recommendations are coming!

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Zero to Zoro 🚀

Beginnings are special. After two amazing years at Syracuse University learning about Data Science, Machine Learning, and interacting with some of the brilliant professors and colleagues, I began a new journey with Zoro two months back. Zoro is an eCommerce, digital-first company that sells business supplies, equipment, and tools. This is my first full-time job, and I am very grateful to the team here at Zoro for giving me this opportunity to learn and grow in the middle of a pandemic.

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My 2020 in review 📆

When I started 2020, like many, I had set goals and resolutions for myself. But when I began goal setting for 2021, I realized that I failed to achieve most of my goals for 2020. So, I reached out to Kavir on Twitter because I highly resonated with his Tweets to seek help with goal setting and I received fabulous advice on doing a review of the year to better understand myself, my goals, and what has impacted me the most.

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Harsh Darji

Data Science | Basketball | Productivity

Merchandising Analyst @ Zoro

Chicago