I am a student, a senior
I am a perpetual learner
I am a leader
I am a facilitator
Who am I? What do I want out of life? Why do I do what I do? These may come off as simple questions but looking deeper, they are such complex and confusing questions for me. Honestly, “I don't know” is the best thing I can come up with. But we both know that answer will not suffice.
Let's start with what motivates me. It really comes down to one thing when I think about it: breaking the poverty cycle I was born into. There is no hindrance I will not endure in order to achieve generational wealth, therefore breaking that poverty cycle not only for me, but for my future family.
Again, you ask who I. Simply put, I am everything necessary to achieve that one goal. My actions, my words, my desires, the way I uphold myself, my values and beliefs all align with that one end goal. Everyone says they will do whatever necessary to achieve their goals. The difference between me and them is I want it more than my ability to breathe. I am not one thing. I am any and everything required and necessary to reach that point in my lifetime.