I am a donor insemination baby by a single mom by choice. As a kid, I told my friends that my dad, while on safari, was trampled by elephants. I skipped college to attend a professional wrestling school in Andover, Massachusetts. I returned home after breaking my back. I took a job in a restaurant as an expediter and became a line cook. I wrote a book about the atrocious lack of hygiene I witnessed in the kitchen and the hard working, unappreciated immigrants who sent their paychecks to family. The LA Times published a good review.
Later, I worked in a gym. During those years I wrote a novel and read many books on investing in the market. For the next five years, I worked from home as a stock trader but I also took on some fun projects. (including Revolvist).
Why am I telling you this? My point is that I’m different and I like that about myself. I don’t stand out visually, but once you get to know me, you’ll see that I like to go against the grain pretty fucking hard. It’s my thing. My gimmick, as we say in the world of pro wrestling. And being a minimalist works for me. I don’t like or need stuff. When my birthday comes around, friends and family are hard pressed to come up with a gift I want or will use. Find your ‘gimmick’ — the thing that makes you unique and brings you your own version of “happy” …
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