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Hello, fellow disruptors, Let me tell you my story of how I escaped debt and shed some light on why I created webdisrupt.com.
Most of my early 20s were fueled by hopium, shiny object syndrome, and the Dunning-Kruger effect. It's a very delusional mindset to the point of being destructive. This might resonate with most young people nowadays. As millennials, we were the guinea pigs in the instant gratification hopped up on dopamine society. Not to blame society because responsibility really depends on how you choose to live and react.
My 20s continued, and I started business after business through the years with little to no success. I experienced an unfathomable amount of business setbacks. I struggled for almost a decade with a sub-poverty-level income, barely scraping by on a few thousand dollars. I was trapped at home with my parents with no solid path to support myself in sight. I had never heard of an "Emergency Fund" and thought investing was too much of a long game to be valid.
My financial challenges continued on a downward spiral. Being one of the darker times in my life, it did do one positive thing it created a burning desire for me to help others so they never have to endure that level of pain, shame, and uncertainty.
Luckily, due to all my years of failed startups and freelance work. I became a very skilled computer programmer. Eventually, through a series of events, I got my foot in the door of a contracting company, and it has been smooth sailing ever since. Through times when your weaknesses are exposed, you can usually identify your strengths. One of my strengths is the ability and passion for self-learning. This ability has helped me circumvent many knowledge gaps in higher-level enterprise-grade technology development.
Fast-forward to today, and I have completely transformed my life. The transformation wasn't a product of luck or chance but rather the result of relentless focus, a resilient mindset, and acquiring the right knowledge.
I truly believe in humanity's innate potential — unique talents, gifts, and capabilities. Your Journey toward financial freedom might be challenging, but remember, with persistence and the right strategies, no goal is too ambitious. I'm here to share, help, guide, and walk alongside all of you on this Journey.
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