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Model Mayhem #:
3252107
Last Activity:
May 17, 2021
Experience:
Very Experienced
Compensation:
Depends on Assignment
Shoot Nudes:
No
Joined:
Dec 17, 2013
Age:
32
Height:
5' 8"
Weight:
0 lbs
Neck:
0"
Sleeve:
0"
Chest:
0"
Waist:
0"
Inseam:
0"
Shoe:
10.0
Ethnicity:
n/a
Skin Color:
Brown
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Eye Color:
Black
Hair Length:
n/a
Hair Color:
Black
Tattoos:
None
Piercings:
None

About Me

My name is Christopher Anosike and I am a genuine, inquisitive, and compassionate young man who has a zest for life. Not only am I a scholar of Economics, but also a student of life and good citizen of the world. I have a conviction that effort, life learning and passion are separate entities that can coexist. Effort is exerting all your mental, physical and emotional energy into everything you do. Every experience consists of trial and error. Obstacles as pure motivation to prosper. Without a doubt, giving up is the first step in failure. One should always give everything their full attention so one will not miss out on an opportunity and become regretful. Whether the outcome of a situation or an experience you are involved in is a failure or a success, you will learn a lesson either way. Sometimes you have to lose to learn. So, everyone who loses always learns a valuable lesson. Fundamentally, failure is not a loss, it's a lesson. Learning is evolutionary and it never goes out of style. Additionally, I have a passion for social development because I believe that, communication builds trust. Moreover, this passion gives me a sense of comradery, and community. I have a fondness for social development because I love learning and building relationships with others. More specifically, I enjoy learning about the economy and how it proposes to impact the world both internally and externally. Fundamentally, my passion aligns well with my purpose because without my passion, my purpose would be non-existent. My purpose is to give people a different perspective on life. There are certain things that “harm” or “help” one from pursuing their purpose. On one hand, push factors are devices or agents that veer someone away from their purpose. One can lose their focus because they are misguided by a multitude of distractions, which can be attributed to both internal and external factors. On the other hand, pull factors are devices or agents that keep someone engaged in their purpose. In order to learn how to succeed one must first learn their purpose. In a way, purpose builds triumph and happiness. Purpose is a source that drives both successes and failures. From a humanistic standpoint, purpose is controlled by destiny. One's destiny is ascertained by the decisions one makes and the opportunities one creates for themselves.

P.S. "Communication builds trust." ---Christopher Anosike

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