I’m a Millennial who has failed his way to success. To a lot of people, that means I’ve made a lot of money, and they’re right about the income. But that’s not how I measure success. While it’s not something I would gladly give up, the money is the result of success, not the definition. My family wasn’t poor when I was growing up, but my parents never had money for anything extra. I had to earn that myself. School was a chore for me, and I experienced different learning disabilities that always made me feel not smart or dumb as some would say. After barely graduating High School I started in sales. 100% commission door to door insurance sales. I built two highly successful insurance agency's before I was 23 years old. At 23 years old I was hired as the youngest Territory sales manager in Colonial Life's history. In seven years with Colonial Life I have had the privilege to hire very successful leaders that helped us become the number 1 district in the country in 2010. As well as the number 1 territory in the country in 2013 and 2015. My rate for developing new leaders is over four times higher than the company average. I believe strongly in Zig Ziglars philosophy "You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want."