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Scott Jung

Medical Technology and Digital Health Enthusiast

The Graduate

10 years ago, nearly to the day, I walked toward USC’s Doheny Library with similar regalia. I had just completed a grueling four year engineering program and was about to face a dire job market at the height of a great recession. Continuing my education was just about the last…

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The Road

My car is like my second home. Life’s circumstances has caused me to spend a lot of time and travel a lot of miles in my car. In many ways, it’s become more than just a machine to me.

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A Simple Gesture of Kindness

This past weekend, I took a quick short trip down to Southern California, my first flight of the year, and one that I knew might be chaotic from an airport perspective due to the shutdown. I along with many passengers passing through security at Mineta San Jose Airport made it…

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Resolved for 2019

2018 can be summed up as the year of learning to walk by faith and not by sight.  I don’t think I’ve ever been so anxious and prayed so hard about the uncertainties of my life than I have this past year, but God has been faithful for all 365 days. As I look ahead to 2019, I know it’ll be another year of uncertainty, but with God’s help and leading, what will happen this year will blow away any of my expectations.

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Relationships: Regret to Relentless

I am terrible at developing and maintaining relationships and friendships.

It’s one of my life’s biggest regrets. I’m so ashamed at my own sinfulness when I think of past relationships that ended poorly, I failed to cultivate, or I simply was too ignorant or selfish to begin. I truly wish that things had turned out differently.

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