June 26, 2018

I'll be completely honest - I still don't have a concrete answer to this question.

I have plenty of friends who always knew they were going to be teachers when they were older. It was just in their blood.

I was never one of these kids.

I fumbled from one activity to the next, never entirely sure where my time and talents would be best spent. Nothing ever felt "quite right."

At this point in my life, I call myself a designer, writer, and founder because that is what I currently do. However, like everyone, there is so much more to me than meets the eye.

I want to write books, build companies, and most importantly, help others.

After fumbling through a freelance career over the past decade, I've learned a valuable lesson:

It's never too late to change what you want to be when you grow up. You just need to have patience while you keep searching.