Interview with Harry Kong – My Network


Harry is one of those guys that always has a big smile on his face and carries a positive attitude despite having to work 40, 60, and even 80 hour weeks.

By choosing to aggressively fight for his spot in an industry he was passionate with but didn’t know much about, he eventually acquired a position as the Events and Motorsport Specialist for Nitto Tire, one of the largest and most successful tire manufacturers in the world.

Read on as Harry shares his experience in an exciting and fast paced (literally!) industry!

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Interview With Farbod Esnaashari – My Network


People are out there every day working boring, mundane, unfulfilled, dead-end jobs (I was one one of them) for years, just to make ends meet, never really getting the full experience of what life should truly be about – a fulfillment of happiness! Enter Farbod, a friend who has been instrumental in motivating me to control and take life by the reigns again.

I’ve known Farbod for over four years and the one thing that has stayed consistent throughout our friendship was that he was always doing something batshit crazy in public or mingling with people that are on TV at some exclusive Hollywood party, and always having the time of his life while doing so.

About a year or so ago, he started writing inspirational posts on Facebook to help motivate his friends and remind them to not take life for granted by exploring the world and taking more risks. I really started paying attention to his words more, sometimes engaging in heartfelt discussions, and we became closer friends over time because of it.

Now I have the opportunity to get to know him a little better by asking him a few questions about his history, his secrets to not getting caught by security, his hilarious personas, and how he was able to work for some of the biggest entertainment companies in the world.

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Interview With James “King James the Barber” Lazaro – My Network


One of the biggest complaints that I hear most often from my peers is that they don’t “have enough time” to pursue their side hustles or go after their dreams. For 22 year old James Lazaro, in between working a 20 – 40 hour a week job as a waiter and going to school for his Barber’s License, he still managed to make time to grow his business that he started since the young age of 13. It simply begins by taking the first step and actually doing it. Once you start, you will find that you will make the time to work on it, especially if happiness is what motivates you.

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