My goals. Chasing greatness and the intention to become better at my craft and better as a person each and every day. I’m inspired to so great things by many great men and women of our time, as well as the past.
I’m an avid reader. I’ve read some incredible books including "Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight, "The Golden Rules" by Coach Bob Bowman, and "The Slight Edge" by Jeff Olson. I like to read biographies of great athletes, self-improvement books, and anything that allows me to better myself on a spiritual and personal level. I also read the Book of Mormon.
As for music, I like to listen to up-tempo hip-hop and rap while I’m working out, and otherwise love oldies, love songs and reggae.
It’s great to celebrate and reflect on who we are, and where we came from. This celebration allows us to connect with others around the world. We’re all unique and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is a great initiative to acknowledge that.
NBC Asian America Presents: A to Z aims to celebrate the emerging voices and breakout stars of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. These individuals aren’t just reading the dictionary of what it means to be Asian American and Pacific Islander in America; they’re writing new definitions every day.