My road in life took a while to figure out.
Was always a good student whose parents pushed him to get straight A’s; went to UC Berkeley as an undergraduate.
Looking back, he says he spent his collegiate years doing the things would make him look impressive, rather than doing the things that he loved.
In addition, the relaxed structure of college amplified his attention deficit disorder and made it difficult for him to focus; he started getting terrible grades.
After he finished his first internship in social media, he wasn’t extended a job offer—he was devastated.
By the time he was 30, he’d been fired from every job he’d worked, and he realized what he thought would be his career path was actually a dead end.
In between jobs, he started a blog called “The School of Life,” where he’d interview up-and-coming and successful bloggers.
After running the blog for several years and gathering advice from other bloggers, he self-published a book.
That book (The Art of Being Unmistakable) became a bestseller, so he started a media company called Unmistakable Media.
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