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I don't believe in dreams. If there's something you've always wanted to do, great, do that. But I believe in the passionate pursuit of short-term that you're fully dedicated to for as long as it might last. I've found that those pursuits often compound, and you discover who you are faster. Monopathy is overrated. Being a dynamic person is about experiencing as much as you can, not limiting yourself.
Between dancing, martial arts, being a club promoter and a professional marketer I've found a nice balance (to most peoples' surprise). Nobody hustles hard enough. Is it tough? Not really. I get 8 hours of sleep a night, set my own hours, and dance or fight for fun and exercise.
I believe all my success comes from my ability to focus on any given task. I have a perfectionist attitude. And I'm often in the mood where I believe I'm awesome and sort of oblivious to other peoples' opinions of me. That's probably a symptom of something good. Even if I don't perfect it skills right away, I dedicate 3-6 months to practicing really hard on it. But it's more like a volume knob, not a light switch. Sometimes I turn it up, sometimes I turn it down, but I try to stay consistent.
That's why I think I am where I am now. I'm infatuous, but dedicated.