12 Year Old Me ->>>

My story

Born and raised in the Dominican Republic. I came to the USA as a teenager.

As I graduated from college and got a glimpse of corporate America while working at several fortune 500 companies, I realized that most people were unhappy and for the most part working jobs for the sole purpose of receiving a paycheck.

I knew there had to more to life than looking forward for the weekend to arrive so I started soul searching and decided that I needed to take full control of my life.

It wasn’t all perfect. In 2010 I quit my job working as a well-paid systems analyst to start my own business in the cellphone recycling industry which failed miserably.

Things got so bad that I had to give Uber a try (no pun intended). I was inundated in credit card debt and worst of all self-doubt.

The once mighty immigrant just couldn’t get anything right.

However, through all of my struggles I was always studying successful people and reading all the self-improvement books that I could get my hands on.

Deep down I knew that I could do better with my life (much better), but for whatever reason I just couldn’t get out of my own way until a few years ago when I visited my parents for Thanksgiving.

There was no “aha” moment or some wild story about finding myself. I just realized that I needed to allow myself to shatter my imaginary glass ceiling so that I could spend more time doing the things that I love most.

Long story short… I forced myself to change my thoughts and daily routine. When I felt self-doubt and depression creeping in, I reminded myself that I was on a path where that was no longer acceptable.

I continued reading self-improvement books and actually started applying the things that I was learning. To be honest, most of the stuff these books talk about is common sense but we get so caught up on meaningless things that we become self-depriving robots.

Today, I sit here in front of my laptop eager to help everyone I come in contact with live a healthier, wealthier, and more full-filling life.

I like to call this “creating a lifestyle worth living.”

Helpful Links:

 
Work with me: Hire me to help you get through whatever roadblocks are holding you back from being the person you want to be.
 
Create a blog: Learn how to easily create your own blog and share your story with the world.
 
Love yourself: This is where it all starts. You must love yourself before you can find happiness.
 
As a Man Thinketh: All-time classic. This is the one book that I recommend to everybody regardless of their situation — aligning your thoughts with your desires is the quickest way to achieve them. 
 
Start With Why: Book by Simon Sinek to help you find your purpose in life. 
 
How to Win Friends And Influence People:  First published in 1936, everything is this book can be applied today. Life is about building relationships and this book teaches you how to properly do it.
 
Zen as F*ck:  This book will make you think, laugh, and simply not give a f*ck. Life is full of hurdles and sometimes we just need to let it go.

How Not to Die: Without our health, it’s difficult to achieve anything. Don’t cheat or cut corners when it comes to your body.


 
 
 
 
 
 

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