Business owner, philanthropist,
father and husband
I've struggled with my weight for as long as I can remember. When I was 16 years old, I met with a personal trainer who told me if I didn't take control of my life, I'd be 30 and weigh 300 pounds. Fast forward, and he was right — my weight peaked at 305 at the age of 39.
I decided to make a change.
I've committed to not only losing 100 pounds, but to adopt a "can-do" mindset of empowerment in all aspects of life. This has enriched my personal relationships and business practices beyond belief, and is all due to living life with purpose and constantly striving for improvement.
Here, I'm sharing my journey — all the wins, losses, ups and downs that come with pursuing goals of any kind. I've found strength in telling my story and connecting with people going through a similar transformation — be it losing weight, improving mental health, fostering relationships, becoming financially stable, etc.
I have one question for you:
What is your “100-pound” goal?
Your past does not equal your future.