Q. What is your biggest struggle in life?
A. Getting caught up in moments of negativity and worldly concerns.
Q. What is it you feel most guilty about in your life?
A. Being a person who likes to please people, there have been situations where I have allowed people to affect me. From those situations I have made choices of personal dis-empowerment and being submissive or weak in my own standing.
Q. What kind of things do you do if any to keep your relationship alive?
A. Communication is important. Having moments apart is great too.
Q. If your partner could ask you to stop doing one thing what do you think that would be?
A. Stop playing computer games.
Q. If your partner could ask you to start doing one thing, what do you think that would be?
A. Spend more quality time together with my family.
Q. If you could change something in your life right now, what would it be?
A. Taking care of myself more – holistically, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Q. If the whole world was listening to you right now, what is the most important message or piece of advice you would like to give them?
A. Choose to be great. Everyday is challenging. How can you rise above these? Are the challenges you face insurmountable, no. You can do anything.
Q. What is the most personal or most valuable lesson you have learned in your life?
A. Stop worrying about money. Money is only a tool to get things done and can be made by serving others with valuable services. I have spent a lot of my life worrying about money and trying to become the next millionaire,that I have missed opportunities to serve and create abundance.
Q. What is the biggest mistake you have made in your business or personal life and how did you overcome it?
A. If you weren’t scared what would you do?
Q. What are the 3 most important areas of your life, like family, money, friends, work or relationships? Are you living this truth?
A. Family, Work and Friends. These are important to me however I value work more than the others. I use work as excuses to not face other issues that I feel that I cannot solve.
Q. What is your biggest fear?
A. Fear of letting people down. Angry people or conflict makes me feel weakened and I think that I cannot stand up to the situation. This stems from my childhood where I was told that I was good boy when I did something and then people got angry when I did something wrong.
Q. What is your biggest downfall or the one thing you could change that would make you a better person right now?
A. Thinking that I am worthy of greatness.
Q. If you died today how do you think you would be remembered? How would you like to be remembered?
A. I would be remembered for my niceness. People would say, oh yeah, Paul was a really nice guy. I would like to be remembered for my passion to effect change, not just to please people.
Q. If you knew what you know now at the age of 21 what would you do differently?
A. Start my own business sooner. Have more faith in myself to take greater leaps of creativity and take action on opportunity. Not be so afraid of the lack of money.
Q. Are the people you surround yourself with helping or hurting you?
A. They are all helping me. I have made a concerted decision to surround myself with people that will empower me. This is important.
Business owner and happily married father of 2 young children