Most complex thing I’ve ever had to do.
— Coming to the United States from South Africa was a journey in itself full of challenges and paperwork.
The most complex thing I have had to do is understand how to adapt to coming to a new country. I had to learn a new language and adapting to the faster pace environment was a big challenge for me.
most outstanding achievement
My most outstanding achievement would have to be starting my first business. During the pandemic of corona virus I had no work, no job and no income. I took the little money I had saved and opened up a recording studio. Not knowing how the end results would turn out I took a leap of faith and now 2 years later I am running a profitable recording studio. I have been able to create more sources of income because of the recording studio, such as artist management, event coordination and marketing and promotion for other artists.
-Long term My main goal is to find a way to make residual income and create financial freedom.
I would one day love to build a school and give back to charities. I would like to help influence the youth into a positive direction through music and music production as well as create jobs for less fortunate and work towards Inspirng those who are in bad situations by giving them hope for a future, showing them if I could overcome being from another country and coming from poverty, to being a successful business owner and create jobs for others that anyone can change their lives and make something of themselves. No matter their background or race.
the message I would like to give the world is
I’m only 26 years old so I don’t believe I can give the world as great of a message as others with more life experience as me can. That being said I would like to let the world know that no matter your back ground, where you came from, age, race or gender, anything is possible as long as you continue to work hard for it. Everything happens for a reason and as long as you have a positive mindset and continue to want to better yourself and those around you, anything can be achieved with consistency.
-in the next 10 years I see myself in a leading position in the community. I see myself owning multiple business and charities. I see myself having kids and a family, I see myself traveling the world helping give back to less fortunate countries and kids.
if I could take back one thing in life That I did wrong it would have to be drinking. I am now 2 years sober from alcohol and am continuing to push for sobriety. If I could go back I would have never started drinking. The reason being is because no good decisions ever came from drinking, I always ended up setting myself further behind from my goals because of alcohol