Short name is "Suthe" which rhymes with Smoothie if you have trouble pronouncing. I like to sing, dance, act and write. Plus I do digital marketing for a living.
The Life Advice TikTok That Should Have Gone Viral.
I’ve always viewed social media as a gateway to the world. It didn’t matter to me when people said my age bracket outgrew an app like TikTok, widely considered to be a Gen-Z dominated platform. I think no matter how old I get, I’ll always been an “early adopter”. Maybe my youthful attitude will be ill-advised when I reach my late 30s and I’m doing the next whimsical viral dance challenge, but right now, I want to explore. And soon after I downloaded TikTok I found that like all social media/content sharing platforms, pretty much anyone, of any age, can build an audience. I started posting clips of me singing and sharing my skincare faves (@suthemani if anyone's curious), but I mostly browse and consume videos.
Ithaca, New York.
You’ve all seen that video by Angela Duckworth, right? The TED talk where she talks about the biggest predictor of success not being IQ, good looks, health, or even talent--but Grit. That’s what this photo reminds me of. I’ll explain later, but for now, keep that in the back of your mind. If you have no clue what I'm talking about, here it is:
The Ultimate Guide To Personal Freedom.
Think of the times you found yourself in an emotional rut. You lost your job, your relationship fell apart, your self-confidence took a nosedive, or you just felt like the world, society, or God just wasn't on your side. What did you usually do in those moments? Did you watch a TED Talk on self-worth? Did you exercise? Did you cry, call a friend, or feel bad for yourself? Did you just surrender?
- First Place in Better Days Challenge
I Need Theatre Back In My Life.First Place in Better Days Challenge
When I came back to San Diego after graduating from college, I didn’t really know anyone. All my friends either went back to their respective hometowns, graduate school, or started new lives in new cities. There was so much uncertainty for me in 2017; when I would finally land a job, where it would be, where I would live, and who my friends would be. The only thing I knew for sure was that I wanted to perform again. Musical theatre has been a great love of mine since I was a child, and something I never had time to do in college.
How To Bounce Back From Failure With 1 Photo, 1 Podcast & 1 Instagram Account.
It was almost 2:00 A.M. when I cried myself to sleep. I was in a hotel room in Orlando, Florida for a family vacation, tossing and turning restlessly. Two days prior, I had been laid off from my job for the first time. Prior to that, I worked tirelessly through a PIP (performance improvement plan) for a whole month to stay at a premier, highly selective agency in San Diego. After many sleepless nights, panic attacks and stress cries, they decided to let me go.