“I’m a multilingual (English, Dutch, French and German) entrepreneur who helps people and businesses to make money online.
Being a College Graduate in the field of Psychology, I’ve always had the strong desire to help other people. I believe that being financially free is a fantastic thing… but at the same time I realize that real happiness lies within your own self and your relationships with other people. Sharing is caring.”
Who Am I?
I was born in Belgium and grew up in a small village near the French border (Bavikhove). I’ve had a very happy childhood and was addicted to sports. I still wanted to be the best in just about every type of sport. Even if it was a sport that I didn’t really like, I wanted be better than everyone else. I had the mindset of a winner. Nonetheless, I also understood that a winner who learns from his defeats is able to surpass himself. A lesson that I certainly learned as a young adolescent.
At the age of 15 I started having health problems. I had to quit cycling because of chronic fatigue. Up to today I still haven’t received a diagnose that helps me to understand whatreally happened to me. 11 years later, in March 2011, I was diagnosed with Addison’s Disease and according to the test results, I should feel stronger again thanks to the right medication. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for me. As a result I’ll probably always have physical limitations. There’s only one thing that I regret and that’s the fact that I’ve allowed this disease to take control over my life for many years. But something changed a few years after graduating. I started to understand that I don’t have to be what other people wanted me to be.
Don’t judge until you walked in someone else’s shoes, in fact: never judge at all.
If there’s something that I’ve learned in my life, then it’s the fact that judging people will never get you anywhere. Too many people spend too much time and energy on being jealous of other people’s live. Wake up call: life is about you, not about someone else. The first year after I quit cycling, I was dying inside because I felt like I lost everything. After a while I started to exercise again, without participating in competitions, but I knew that I shouldn’t give up on something I love. So not matter how difficult it was, I always believed in what’s still possible.
Thanks to my journey, I learned that the only true happiness lies within. I firmly believe that if you want to be happy in life, you should also develop a healthy attitude towards money. More money makes you more of who you really are. If you’re a greedy person, you’ll be more greedy. If you want to help people, you’ll want to help more people. Your task is to use your knowledge and motivation to do good things and change people’s life forever. BUT start with yourself. If you don’t start with yourself, you can’t help others to do the same.