How do you go the 'Extra Mile' in your life?
By viewing myself as the only competition. Accountability, transparency, honesty, integrity, discipline: by prioritizing these values in a day-to-day, process-oriented fashion, I am committing to self-improvement. Such a commitment inevitably associates you with others in the midst of success.
Tell us about the best experience you have had in life.
My favorite and most memorable experiences tend to be personal, spiritual and subjective. As I age, increasingly my favorite experiences are culminations, the experience itself subtle: getting accepted into CSU-SB, on my own terms, after a 10-plus year personal journey through Community College and personal hell; launching my astrology business, and the feeling of my best friend believing in and investing in me to help make it a reality; or the simple but satisfying feeling of accomplishment after a personal yoga practice.
If we sat on the beach and drank wine and ate great food just you and I, what would you tell me about yourself and your life?
Well, that depends what you would ask me! I'm not one to launch into narcissistic diatribes!
I've lived a varied life: ESPN journalist, Texas Hold 'Em poker professional, now sex worker and entrepreneur. I'd say I've walked a road of personal authenticity, gaining a hard-earned spirituality.
Tell us a little about yourself, if you were to pick something what would you like others to absolutely know about you?
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I live a simple, minimalist, disciplined life.
I read often, both fiction and non-fiction.
I enjoy staying up-to-date on the ways of the world, be it sports, politics, technology or medicine.
And, while curious, I am not nosey! I respect privacy, and while I view myself as a personable fellow, I never cross the line into getting into your business or requesting details you may not be comfortable divulging.