Sept. 21 Human of Greenville
Thursday, September 21, 2017
What is the most valuable lesson you learned?
"I’ve learned to get dressed, show up no matter what the situation and to never shake someone’s hand sitting down."
What is it like to be the middle child?
"You don’t get any perks, but you learn to do what works to keep everything together."
What is something you wish people understood or appreciated better?
"To be genuine, people today are so caught up in their egos or facade — trying to prove themselves to others — when, in reality, they need to embrace who they are and run with it. You only get one you … so give it all you got."
What is a common misconception people have about you?
"I'm not really sure; I don’t really stick around enough to find out."
If life was a game like some people say, what are some of the rules?
"One, don't focus on what everyone else is doing. Find what hasn’t been done. They will follow. Two, be genuine. Smile even when things are tough. Three, listen, and understand. Then speak. Four, never stop being curious, and follow your gut."
How do you define success?
"Success is going to bed with a smile because you’re confident to take on tomorrow."
Photo and interview by Marlen Lizeth Luna for The Daily Reflector