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Updated: Apr 14, 2022

When I was a child, I thought I would be a doctor. I admired the stability, ability to help people, and the prestige. Before I knew what those words meant, I wanted to be a spy or crime scene investigator. I used to visit this website called and beg my mom to buy me the different spy toys or beg for the crime scene investigator sets from target. When I switched career goals to medicine, I obsessed over summer classes and volunteer opportunities that would make me stand out. My junior year of college I changed my major to business, and I immediately began stressing over internships, extra courses I enroll in, and professional exams that I could take. Whichever route that I took, I wanted to be the best. Now I’m a financial consultant and lifestyle manager. I still obsess over professional exams, certifications, and other resources that I can take to be the best that I can be and make the most impact in the lives of my clients.

Throughout these aspiration switches, there has always been one theme that has resonated : to help people reach their goals. As a doctor, I wanted to help people become healthier. As a crime scene investigator, I wanted to help solve crimes. As a financial advisor, I want to help people reach their financial goals. As a lifestyle manager, I want to help people find balance in their lives.

I never imagined the journey that my life has been. I used to question it a lot, however, I now know that the saying ‘people make plans and God laughs’ is the truest statement. When things didn’t go as planned, I would have major anxiety. I’m now learning to accept God’s plan for me, whatever that I might be. I’ve been praying for strength, clarity, discernment, peace, and grace. I know my journey isn’t always going to be linear and pretty. However, all of my experiences, good and bad, have made me into the person that I am today. I’m smart, resourceful, resilient, empathetic, thoughtful, understanding, caring, open, friendly, and honest. Maybe my path has been harder because my calling is higher. My purpose in life is to help others and that’s what I’ll do as I continue to let God guide me. I’m falling in love with the journey.

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