But ultimately, I best describe myself as an artist first. And then if we're talking professionally, an entrepreneur who has a keen motivation to understand economics and finance. On top of all that, I'm a father, a husband, a friend, a big brother, and a son... I'm all those things at the core.
I’m drawn to a changing perspective, that want for newness, and in it all, taking the bad with the good—I think that's who I am. And that's what Imperfect is. It’s being willing to learn and not to forget everything you've been working for. Imperfects is about having no regrets...it's about having an attitude that is shaped by a growing perspective, not a stationary perspective.