“Bruce Lee’s philosophy about ‘Using no way as way, having no limitation as limitation’ has resonated with me, and when I learned of it, my eyes were opened to more methods of accomplishing what I wanted to do.

 

By rejecting sets of moves, and by creating a new martial art style entirely, Bruce Lee’s wisdom is perfectly suited for an aspiring inventor and entrepreneur. Inventors and entrepreneurs live outside the established system, and that’s where the most valuable, most original, ideas come from. Rejecting what’s taken for granted today does mean inventing something new tomorrow, and my dream is to prove that this is true.

 

His philosophy about having no way as way resonated with me, and when I learned of it, my eyes were opened to more methods of accomplishing what I wanted to do. Instead of following the road, i’m not afraid of making my own. Instead of being employed in an occupation, I seek to define a new one. Using no way as way, having no limitation as limitation.”

 

Jennifer is currently a student at Caltech, taking on a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Business, Economics and Management.