What inspired you to the industry?
I developed a passion before a career. The transition seemed natural, I now do everyday - what I do for free
Who was your biggest hero when you were young?
I haven't ever had a hero per se, but in general I used to find freedom in mimicking action heroes and musicians such as Bruce Lee, Jean Claude Van Damn, Stallone and Eminem!
It wasn't until later in life I truly appreciated and learned from said individuals, at least at a conscious level.
Can you tell us abouth the first £10 you ever made?
I used to go door to door as a fresh faced 12 year old selling an assortments of sugary delights to my neighbours - Del boy would've had been proud!
How do you define Success?
You must be able to remove the mask and unveil your true self, unencumbered society and it's oppression. I feel you are in a better position to know the self and understand your true passion, with that I feel it's your duty to teach this passion and in some way contribute to society and mankind.
What has been the biggest challenge so far with your business?
Raising money, raising capital!
What is it that keeps you going through any tough times?
The pull of my passion, the strength of my vision, my psychology and most importantly my supportive network of people!
What is it that gets you out of the bed in the mornings?
Life - I appreciate every breath.
Also, the ability to move forward and better myself and others in many ways.
Where do you see your business in 5 years' time?
I will have achieved financial freedom. I will have ability to give at large level and my reach will be far. If you're looking for tangible things that I will have achieved then.
If you could give your "teenage self" one piece of advice, what would it be?
Read a broad range of educational books and aim to implement the teachings. Possess a inquisitive mind and travel far with it. And lastly, journal your thoughts everyday and do good things for others!