About Me

Who am I?

I spent years as an aspiring entrepreneur dealing with depression and going nowhere, launching failed business after failed business, until I finally realized that in order to actually get anywhere, I needed to change.

After upgrading my mindset, I was able to launch a profitable business, improve my performance at work, and (bonus!) live happier.

These are the lessons and action plans that I have actually used along my journey. I started Mindset Boss to share them with you so you can also upgrade your mindset and achieve your goals.

How can I help you?

Let’s dig a little deeper into my story to see why I have a unique perspective that’ll help you focus on the exact things that you need in order to become a more successful version of yourself.

Well, let’s start at the beginning.

I’ve always been immensely interested in things like motivation, mindset, belief systems, and all of those internal success factors. How many other people had an intense fascination with mindset when they were 15? Yeah… maybe I was a bit of a weird kid.

I don’t really know where my interest came from, to be honest. However, I’ve always had a drive for success and learning that changing your beliefs could mean the difference between achievement and failure was interested me to no end (even though I didn’t really have a clue how to actually make it work yet).

So from an early stage, I loved to study these topics and I learned to pay attention to things like mindset both in myself and in others. I would attribute about 50% of what I’ve learned to that.

However, there’s a darker side that contributed the other 50%.  A much darker side.

I struggled with depression for almost 10 years.

It got pretty bad…at one point, during my freshman year in college, I went to sleep every night for a week wishing that I wouldn’t wake up. And I mean seriously telling my body to go to sleep and never wake up.

I remember the feeling of being unable to truly laugh. If you’ve ever experienced depression, you might know the feeling. When something is funny to you, all you can muster is this fake laugh that just feels weird. Ugh.

Eventually, however, I worked myself out of my depressed state. That was one of the hardest things I ever did, but once I did, I started to see things completely differently.

And that’s where the other 50% comes from.

I’ve experienced almost the entire range of feelings and emotions — from near-suicidal to happy, focused, resourceful, and action-taking.

I think that experience, painful as it was, actually helps me now in understanding mindset to the fullest potential.

So, that’s a very brief background.

Now…I’m here to serve you :)