Thanks for checking out my personal blog! The purpose of this blog is mainly to keep track of the many things I do in life and any interesting experiences I've come across through out life. I know that one day, I'll look back at the posts and be glad I put it up since many things will be forgotten as we get older. I also work in many different areas that can be a great benefit to the public, and embrace my journey of running, which is my current hobby.
So once again, thanks for reading and I did leave a brief history of myself below if you wish to read more about me.
A little profile about myself:
Name: Daiki (pronounced like Nike with a D) Nakajima
Nationality: Asian (Japanese)
I was born and raised in New Jersey. People get surprised by this, but I never graduated college. I still hope that one day I can, but my life is going 100 mph right now so there really is no time. I went into the corporate world at the age of 20 and stayed there since. I currently work for a Japanese government agency representing US companies in foreign direct investment (FDI). I am also partners for an e-commerce start up OPENSTRAW and a web development agency, MomPop Agency. So, if you're a head hunter, CEO, agent, who knows someone willing to pay me enough to quit all this and focus on one job, bring it on.
I'm also a runner. I've done many different sports in my life, but I am a runner. I found this out 2 years ago, that running is the one sport, hobby, activity, that I can say I enjoy to the fullest. I probably will die running. I love it so much, that I decided to become a charity athlete and raise money to raise awareness. There's nothing better than giving back to the people in need. Because of this, I've awaken to become a philanthropist in the future. Running + Philanthropy = Charity Athlete.
So, there you have it. A brief overview of my bio.
Thanks for reading through, if you did, that is. And obviously, if you continue to read some of my blogs, you'll see that there is no lies in this bio and I really am a busy guy. Now, if only I hit the lotto...