I think it's interesting that we often as kids, "what do you want to be when you grow up?" But at some point, we stop really asking that question of ourselves, and end up disenchanted and disappointed with our lives. Somewhere in between, we are burdened by small failures and broken expectations. They weigh heavy on our brain and we slowly become paralyzed by inaction. I admire Asad for removing these shackles and pursuing his dream. I wonder if it would have been harder if he had been more established for many years in the financial community?
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