Thank you so much for joining us! Can you tell us what brought you to this specific career path?
I started my career in a different lot but transferred to this field and liked this new area more. I wasn’t enjoying my carrier in the past, so I decided to shift my room. Now, here I am with new passion, values, and enthusiasm.
I believe my skills are well-suited because… I’ve been doing this for years, and now I have a great experience. I care about helping people and making an impact, and this career allows me to do that.
Can you share the most interest in exciting things that have happened to you since you started doing this?
My exciting story is that I get to work with diverse communities and learn a lot of new and exciting knowledge from them. It makes me grow as a person.
Which tips would you recommend to your colleagues in your industry to help them thrive and not “burn out?
Understand that you can always do something to change the world, but something doesn’t have to be big and glorious. Give yourself the space to rest when the sun goes down.
We can only succeed with some help along the way. Is there a particular person you are grateful to who helped get you to where you are? Can you share a story?
Yea, you are correct that none of us can achieve everything without the help and support of others. This is the same in my situation, too, as I have a parent, friend, or family member who encouraged me to get into it, and I liked it a lot.
How have you used your success to bring goodness to the world?
If you have that first sale or find yourself unemployed — I encourage you to volunteer for a cause, donate and decide to connect to the collective human spirit. We are generous creatures, so my success is your success, and your success is my success. We share our stories and use our success for good because it adds to our shared humanity. My work and success are a source of goodness for the hard workers.
Do you have a favorite “written Quote”? Can you share a story of how that was relevant to you in your life?
“Remember that you must die.” The phrase has its origins in ancient Rome. It is believed that enslaved people paying generals on victory parades whispered the words as a reminder of their commander’s mortality to prevent them from being consumed by hubris (excessive pride and self-confidence).
How can our readers follow you on social media?
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Anything specific you’d like to have mentioned in the article?
Yes, I would love to add about and want
Saying thanks to the people who supported me.