Once I found my inspiration, there was no turning back. I interned at Bear Stearns (when I was 16) in the investment banking division. I knew that nothing was going to stop me from achieving my dreams and I would ultimately be rewarded with the taste of success. It is clear to me that the biggest steppingstone I had to get past was dealing with my insecurities. After college, I became more successful and made a name for myself. I realized that people who were coming into my life wanted to know the "real" Chad and not a "representative" of Chad. It felt good to know that the more I lived for me, the more people were attracted to my "energy." It didn't bother me if people didn't understand me, because I was happy with myself.
I know I have a certain fashionable look and I agree that not everyone understands it (mainly my hairstyle), but that's okay, because I'm living my life with no regrets. There's no public figure that has gotten as much criticism for their hair as Donald Trump, and look what he has accomplished with his "DO." The amazing thing is that we are all unique!! If we all looked and dressed the same, life would be boring.