About Me

Hey, I’m Tiana. 

I have a strong passion for art and I’m a really hard worker. I put passion and effort in everything I do. I grew up as quite a shy kid and have came out of my shell over time. I always stay true to myself and I have learned the importance of friends, past experiences, mindset and my own voice.

I am very excited to learn and understand myself more as an individual through Highschool.

 

70% of Success in Life is Showing Up. 

 – Woody Allen

This quote really speaks to me, you can’t succeed when you are afraid to fail. I make it my priority to show up to everything.


Failure – Team Fearless

 

I’ve always enjoyed listening to people’s ideas, opinions and speeches. Whenever you fail you always feel a lack of motivation, all you feel is regret. On those days, I open up this video to remind me that one failure isn’t the end of the world. Failure is a part of life and is a part of learning that I will slowly have to accept. Failure feels awful and you should take that and make it into something better.

 

 

I chose this image because looking at it, I feel like a young child again wanting to go into all the doors and explore with curiosity and fear. I think that’s how young individuals view the world like young scientists. It shows how we view the world and how many opportunities and paths we can take in life, some seem more appealing then others and you never know where each door will take you.

 

How Smart Do You Have to Be to Succeed?

 

This article is really true to everyone, we always wonder if we are smart enough or if we will ever be able to make it in the game of life. What may or may not cause you to doubt yourself and your own achievements. With all of us competing to get to such high levels, it almost seems to far from reach. We easily compare ourselves to each other because of our natural born talents and what we work for.

 

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