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My name is Matthew Yao and I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started doing many illegal things and picked up some bad habits. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that I wanted to be in charge of my own destiny, but didn't really know where to start. Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police, rounded up in handcuffs, and spent the night on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Fast forward to today, I’ve been blessed to have been mentored by billionaires, built up my own successful social media business and travelled around the world by the time I was 19. On my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. I've been having so much fun these past few years, travelling the world, building my business and learning from great people. I was even recently featured in Entrepreneur Magazine where I shared how I was able to find great mentors at a young age. I'm 21 years old now and though I admit I am young and have my whole life ahead of me - on my journey thus far, I discovered that the greatest pleasures in life are those that are gifted to us, such as our friends, family and freedom. Others, such as fulfilment, success, happiness and meaning are those we must reach out for to seek, grab and attain. I've been super blessed and lucky to have the wins and experiences that I've had and I am so grateful for the opportunities in the world today. I love to share with people the things I've discovered and so I recently put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Inside it you will learn about real world practical education, how to develop entrepreneurial skills, perfecting the right mindset, finding your own mentors and more. Be sure to check it out! Click the link or button below https://www.greatnessuni.com/ See you there! Love, Matt
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started doing many illegal things and picked up some bad habits. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that I wanted to be in charge of my own destiny, but didn't really know where to start. Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police, rounded up in handcuffs, and spent the night on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Fast forward to today, I’ve been blessed to have been mentored by billionaires, built up my own successful social media business and travelled around the world by the time I was 19. On my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. I've been having so much fun these past few years, travelling the world, building my business and learning from great people. I was even recently featured in Entrepreneur Magazine where I shared how I was able to find great mentors at a young age. I'm 21 years old now and though I admit I am young and have my whole life ahead of me - on my journey thus far, I discovered that the greatest pleasures in life are those that are gifted to us, such as our friends, family and freedom. Others, such as fulfilment, success, happiness and meaning are those we must reach out for to seek, grab and attain. I've been super blessed and lucky to have the wins and experiences that I've had and I am so grateful for the opportunities in the world today. I love to share with people the things I've discovered and so I recently put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Inside it you will learn about real world practical education, how to develop entrepreneurial skills, perfecting the right mindset, finding your own mentors and more. Be sure to check it out! Click the link or button below https://www.greatnessuni.com/ See you there! Love, Matt
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University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started doing many illegal things and picked up some bad habits. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that I wanted to be in charge of my own destiny, but didn't really know where to start. Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police, rounded up in handcuffs, and spent the night on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Fast forward to today, I’ve been blessed to have been mentored by billionaires, built up my own successful social media business and travelled around the world by the time I was 19. On my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. I've been having so much fun these past few years, travelling the world, building my business and learning from great people. I was even recently featured in Entrepreneur Magazine where I shared how I was able to find great mentors at a young age. I'm 21 years old now and though I admit I am young and have my whole life ahead of me - on my journey thus far, I discovered that the greatest pleasures in life are those that are gifted to us, such as our friends, family and freedom. Others, such as fulfilment, success, happiness and meaning are those we must reach out for to seek, grab and attain. I've been super blessed and lucky to have the wins and experiences that I've had and I am so grateful for the opportunities in the world today. I love to share with people the things I've discovered and so I recently put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Inside it you will learn about real world practical education, how to develop entrepreneurial skills, perfecting the right mindset, finding your own mentors and more. Be sure to check it out! Click the link or button below https://www.greatnessuni.com/ See you there! Love, Matt
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University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started doing many illegal things and picked up some bad habits. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started doing many illegal things and picked up some bad habits. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that I wanted to be in charge of my own destiny, but didn't really know where to start. Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police, rounded up in handcuffs, and spent the night on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Fast forward to today, I’ve been blessed to have been mentored by billionaires, built up my own successful social media business and travelled around the world by the time I was 19. On my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. I've been having so much fun these past few years, travelling the world, building my business and learning from great people. I was even recently featured in Entrepreneur Magazine where I shared how I was able to find great mentors at a young age. I'm 21 years old now and though I admit I am young and have my whole life ahead of me - on my journey thus far, I discovered that the greatest pleasures in life are those that are gifted to us, such as our friends, family and freedom. Others, such as fulfilment, success, happiness and meaning are those we must reach out for to seek, grab and attain. I've been super blessed and lucky to have the wins and experiences that I've had and I am so grateful for the opportunities in the world today. I love to share with people the things I've discovered and so I recently put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Inside it you will learn about real world practical education, how to develop entrepreneurial skills, perfecting the right mindset, finding your own mentors and more. Be sure to check it out! Click the link or button below https://www.greatnessuni.com/ See you there! Love, Matt
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started doing many illegal things and picked up some bad habits. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started doing many illegal things and picked up some bad habits. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a… 展开 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and… 展开
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a… 展开 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and… 展开
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
University of Greatness
My name is Matthew Yao and I’m 19 years old. I want to share my story with you. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to hard working, Chinese immigrant parents. Growing up, I spent a lot of time moving around - having lived in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. This gave me a 3D view of the world but it also made me feel VERY alone. I did well in school but being a square peg in a round hole, I didn’t fit in. At age 15, the pressures of not fitting in and moving around too much lead me down a tumultuous path... I started smoking, doing drugs, and partying a lot. I was headed fast down a one-way road to destructiveness… I needed money so I started selling contraband cigarettes and overpriced condoms to my friends. I knew that money brought about a certain degree of freedom and I wanted more of it...Deep in my heart, I also wanted to support my parents. I didn’t want them to work another day in their lives. But it all hit rock bottom one day when I was called to the principal’s office and asked to pack my bags and leave. One night not long after, as I was out and about my antics, I was arrested by the police. They tied me up in handcuffs, and I spent that night alone on the floor of a cold, hard jail cell. That night was the lowest point in my life. As I lay on the cold hard floor, I looked up, and said to God, “What do I do?...” That night I realised, I had to find someone who had gone through life and succeeded. I needed guidance and school couldn’t help me with that. I needed to find mentors. Today, I’ve been mentored by billionaires, built up my own social media business and even become financially independent by the age of 19. In my journey, I discovered my call to adventure, the call to inspire people and to serve them through business & entrepreneurship. That is why I put together a curriculum called the University of Greatness sharing with you all the things I’ve been learning from my mentors and my own journey the past few years. Click the link below https://www.greatnessuni.com/
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Poaching charges piling up against prophet Niël Terblanché DILIGENT detective work by the Protected Resources Division (PRD) of the Namibian Police, led to more poaching charges being registered against Prophet Jackson Babi. The prophet is currently in police custody on poaching charges that stem from an arrest last week at his home in the Kleine Kuppe neighbourhood of Windhoek. Babi, along with Frizans Naululu Dumeni, Alberto Mbwale and Joseph Matheus, were all taken into custody when they were found in possession of two rhinoceros horns last Tuesday evening. Earlier on the same day, during an undercover operation in Otjiwarongo, a serving member of the Namibian Police, Onesmus Haufiku, a former Namibian Defence Force soldier Elias Nshivela, and two others, Enos Uutoni and Vaaruka Musutua, were arrested when they attempted to sell two rhino horns to operatives of the PRD. The two sets of rhino horns originated on a farm near Gobabis where a farm worker discovered the poached carcasses of two of the protected animals on Tuesday morning last week. Prophet Babi, the founder of the House of Joy Ministries, and his co-accused, were informed about the new poaching charges as they were about to formally apply for bail. The state prosecutor in the matter informed the court that Babi will not be able to go ahead with his formal bail application and that he has to remain in custody in order for him to appear in the Gobabis Magistrate’s Court on Monday. Detectives investigating the latest poaching incident, involving Babi and his co-accused, found that the rifle and ammunition that were found and confiscated at the prophet’s house during the arrest, were used to shoot another rhino on a different farm near Gobabis. All the accused persons face charges of poaching, the possession of wildlife contraband, trading in wildlife contraband, possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition. NEW CHARGES: House of Joy Ministries founder, Prophet Babi, in action with a follower during one of his sermons in Windhoek.
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