My Life’s Purpose
Ever since I was a teenager, my life’s purpose has been to positively impact humanity. And now that I think about it, I feel that this has a lot to do with my childhood.
The stress of not having stability had an impact on my childhood. In my final year of high school I became homeless – moving from house to house whilst completing my final high school exams.
Making a Break
Through sheer perseverance, I completed the exams and received a $20,000 scholarship to attend university. And while I did the best I could at university, after 2 years I decided to drop out.
Teens Big Dreams
During this time, I wrote, designed and published my first book, Teens Big Dreams. I then started getting invited to speak at companies like Microsoft and TEDx, universities and schools. I was also invited to be a TV Host for the Australian Government funded TV show, Enquiring Minds.
Apple asks me to Join
In 2014 after I sent an email to the CEO and Senior Vice President of Apple with bugs in their software, Apple created an iOS QA engineering job for me.
What Only Few People Knew
What many people didn’t know was that right before publishing my book, I started suffering from chronic health issues. I actually got so unwell in 2015, that I nearly lost my life. By some miracle, I found the energy within myself to self-heal, and within months, I started getting better.
As I got better, I packed up all my life’s possessions into boxes, and left Australia to travel the world and make my dream of living in California a reality.
Nominated for Young Australian of the Year
While I dropped out of university, I never stopped learning. I am a big believer in self-education and so I have spent thousands of hours studying subjects as diverse as psychology, sociology, technology, neuroscience, biology, nutrition, quantum physics and more.
I am obsessed with helping people reach their potential. And so the more I learn, the more I am able to serve others.
As a result of my work, I have been selected as a top 30 under 30 entrepreneur, been interviewed on Australian national news, and been nominated for the prestigious Young Australian of the Year award 5 times!
While I am humbled by these achievements,
what matters most to me is impact.
What really lights up my soul is the opportunity that I have had to coach hundreds of people, speak to thousands of students and adults and positively impact over 10,000 people through my work.
I am humbled that you are interested in being a part of my journey, and I hope that together, we can make the world an even better place.
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