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Linguistics Student Indonesia Founded in April 2015, Linguistics Student Indonesia starts as a personal blog and continues its journey and has expanded its wings to several platforms such as Instagram, Youtube, Anchor, Facebook, ResearchGate, and LinkedIn. Linguistics Student Indonesia is currently non-profit and represents its founder's personal brand. The idea of creating Linguistics Student Indonesia emanates when Suci Wulan Lestary as a Founder of this blog encounters a lot of difficulties in learning Linguistics as her specialty in college. So, she started to build Linguistics Student Indonesia while hopes that this platform could help to spread her values as a passionate individual who is attracted to linguistics as she took Indonesian Linguistics specialty as her major in college. Besides linguistics, she would also love to share her meaningful life experience. That's why the tagline: makes little things matter by learning through experience. *** Current Interest


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Today, I woke up at 4 AM, and I couldn't fall back asleep. So, I decided to take a shower, meditate, and enjoy my breakfast. Now, I'm sitting on my desk while drinking a cup of hot coffee. It's definitely a peaceful Sunday morning. I encountered a chill hip-hop jazz playlist, so I listen to it while writing this.

Anyway, this year, I made a huge life decision. Thank God, I feel right making it. There are so many things I've been through back then. It shaped me into who I am today. Well, If somebody asked me what years worst than 2020? I would say the years before 2020. Because I feel bad for never predicted this world pandemic situation while abundance piles of research journals about the previous world pandemic stored on the internet. If I were read that, I probably add that to my risk management list.

Let me tell you, the majority of my life mentors are entrepreneurs. They gave me plenty of inspiration. The idea of entrepreneurship has turned me into a person I want to be. It even heals me from stress. Now, I tell you why.

A lot of people I know said I'm a nonconformist, an idealist. I couldn't agree more. Since I was a kid, I hate being ruled by others. It's probably because I feel so lucky that my parents raised me and gave me freedom and space to create my life, to make mistakes. Thanks, mom & dad!

I've felt knocked down after encountering a major issue (I'll tell you why, but not now), and I never experienced bad times in my life worst than last year. Yet I felt fortunate that life gifted me with a lot of astonishing people who surprisingly could bounce back my confidence. They helped me choose the right decision.

Like I previously told you, regarding the issue I've had and what happened last year after many people labeled me as a nonconformist, some others even call me insane. I accepted that. I might be insane, but I am not stupid. Lol. It's a big decision, and I was both elated and thankful at this moment because I chose the right way.

I could say it is the worst time of my life because, at that moment, I even didn't know who I am anymore. I lost all my confidence. I had zero ideas about what I'm going to do next. Fortunately, the voice in my heart still alive, and it makes me listen to all my mentors I've found online. This is why I told you that the internet is a blessing to our generation. It is significant to find a guide from people you admire. If you had no people you admire in your circle, find your guide from books, or watch Youtube videos. Sometimes, I felt that Youtube is a great teacher. Lol.

To be honest, I have no specific reason why I inherently find guides from a figure of an entrepreneur to save me at the worst time of my life. It's just happened the way it should be. Probably because the idea of entrepreneurship matches my nonconformist mind. I like the idea of solving a problem to create a better world. Indeed, my issue in the past is related to the rejection of innovation.

The first idea of entrepreneurship that I love was rejection shows you that you need to change your market. People or institutions or enterprises, that rejected you shows that they respect your time. Don't waste your valuable time to be around them. Move forward!

The second idea of entrepreneurship that I love was entrepreneurs could manage themselves with regular uncertainty, pressures, and problems. Marina Mogilko, the co-founder of Linguatrip, said in her video that as an entrepreneur, she needs to deal with various enterprise issues every day.

That's why the figure of an entrepreneur is often assertive and calm at the same time because they are trained to encounter issues and decisions every single day.

The next idea of entrepreneurship that amazed me was entrepreneurs make me realize that it's lonely at the top. Jack Ma said the biggest mistake in his life is starting Alibaba because he can't stop. Once you start a business, you are fully in-charge. There's no backup plan. Gary Vaynerchuk also warns his audience that being an entrepreneur is not cool because once you didn't love it, you won't stand the game. When you were an employee, you can complain to your boss, but if you're the CEO of your business, you can't complain to anyone but yourself.

Last but not least, the idea of entrepreneurship that surprised me was an entrepreneur teach me a concept of durability. They might ride a sports car, yet they go to the airport at 2 AM, sleeping while hugging the suitcase, and have to wake up at 7 AM to present their pitch deck to a client or an investor.

Those ideas of entrepreneurship inspire me in many ways to face the storm of life. Though I'm not yet an entrepreneur. But the idea of being an entrepreneur surprisingly give me a new vision to live my life. 

If you're an entrepreneur and reading this. Thanks, you guys inspire me! Respect! 😎


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