The 5 Most Common Ways In Which We Kill Our Own Dreams
Apr 17, 2015
From the day she learned about MIT to the deadline for fall semester acceptance, Pesce had six days to pull it together. Although she had already missed deadlines, perseverance paid off and in March 2006, she received her acceptance letter.
Now 23, she is a passionate MIT graduate with degrees in electrical engineering & computer science, mathematics, economics and management. Working in both technology and business, she has received numerous awards and several projects. If anyone can teach about seeing a dream and pursuing it, Pesce certainly fits the criteria.
Bel Pesce shares with her audience five surefire ways to ensure your dream projects will never become a reality. Pesce was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil. At 17, she learned about MIT and decided she was willing to do whatever it took to reach the school. The task was difficult, but not insurmountable.