What does success mean to me?

I've spent a large portion of my life dedicating myself to many skills. Competency and professionalism are the prime components of my daily life. 

Success is a multifaceted concept that has evolved and matured over the course of my life. It isn't a fixed destination or a one-size-fits-all definition; instead, it's a deeply personal and dynamic concept that adapts and transforms with my experiences and aspirations. 

I'm not going to paint myself as this perfect person. Everyone has flaws. I can, however, showcase my sheer discipline and sharp qualities. 

Purpose is a strong belief of mine. A lot of people would say I've dropped too many things I was good at. I beg to differ - because finding your core purpose is something one can chase for a lifetime.

I found mine at 18.

Sales, entrepreneurship, failed businesses, fighting and networking have taught me more in 2 years than the education system has in my whole lifetime.

Now I live my life on a simple framework - create stress and spend every waking hour stressed. Unlike comfort, it breeds competence and experience.

Hunger and Motivation

To me, freedom isn't just working a job you like. 

It's actually making an impact using your words and character; and by extension,  freely travel the world and benefit the companies you work with.

Most people jump in this game to make money and buy nice things. For me, I strive for being the best at what I do and destroying any competition. 

This mindset is what has allowed me to level up so quickly.

I had a vision of a life filled with abundance, and I was unwavering in my commitment to turn that vision into reality. Every day, I would remind myself of my goals, fueling my motivation with the dreams of a brighter future. 

Along the way, I encountered my fair share of failures and setbacks. But rather than succumbing to despair, I used these experiences to stoke the flames of motivation even higher. I realized that each failure was an opportunity to learn, grow, and come back stronger. Hunger for success became a driving force that pushed me to persevere, no matter the odds.