Just six months ago, I was living the ultimate American Dream. I was an engineering senior at Vanderbilt, getting a $75k annual scholarship. I lived with my best friends two minutes across from campus. I had a set social circle where I was treasured and loved. My family was extremely proud of me. To anyone in Uzbekistan or the world, my position was the definition of "success".
Yet, something felt off. Despite being coated in social comfort, I felt very alone. Despite being at a top American uni, I felt I'm not getting anywhere. Despite arranging a perfect life, I felt like my potential is dormant. Despite being the youngest I'll ever be, I felt enslaved to goals that weren't mine.
Although my position was highly privileged, I realized it wouldn't get me where I wanted to go. The conditioning and pressure from Vanderbilt, my family, and my classmates clouded my eyes. With all these voices in my head, I couldn't hear myself.
Leaving Vanderbilt a year short of my graduation wasn't an easy decision. A decision most people cannot understand. One that my family and certain friends cannot forgive up to this day. But it was a decision I needed.
I left the US and moved to 🇬🇪Georgia. I rented an apartment, found a co-working space and committed to crafting a Voice That Resonates.
A Voice That Resonates is what I believe to be the core of marketing, business and life. If you resonate with yourself, you can get yourself to do anything you want. If you resonate with others, you can get them to do the same. If you don't resonate, you will waste your money, time and Life.
The manifestation of a VOICE THAT RESONATES with myself is personal mastery. The result of a VOICE THAT RESONATES in business is happy paying customers.
This is my mission, my craft, my art and the object of my unwavering daily devotion.
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