To be honest, I don't know who I am. If you were to ask me, I would stutter and trip over my words. Not very memorable by nature, but not easily dismissed, I hope. I know where I'm strong and where I'm not, what my limits are and trying to find how to push them. I like working for and with others, but only if they need or want me to. Being someone others can turn to for help makes me feel needed, not that I don't feel that way, but it gives assurity to the thought. I admit when I'm wrong, though it doesn't feel good, and I am graceful in being right. People ask why I'm so humble, I didn't realize I was. Music isn't my life, but it is a very influential and motivational part of it. My goals and dreams are oftentimes far beyond what I think I'm capable of, but that's how I'll know if I've truly worked for them. I hardly ever openly express emotions, be it anger, happiness, frustration, or sadness; I usually appear quite content and plain on the outside, and most of the time bottle everything up. Occasionally I will write my feelings down, but that's more or less for simple documentation. If I'm feeling anything other than content or happy, I will go running, or someother cardio style activity to vent. Being more open with people is something I'm working on. There is one thing I value above all else in a person and that is honesty, not vengeful honesty; where one only uses it to hurt or get back at someone, but genuine honesty. Where you can tell the truth, put down your pride, and embrace humility, to better either yourself and/or another person. No ones ever grown from being spared the truth, you don't have to be rude or mean about it, but do say/tell it, even if it means being blunt, they may thank you someday. There really isn't much else I could say without actually being in a conversation with someone, computer text can only show so much, so to end this I will go with something cliche: Do what you love and love what you do; I love helping people, and mixed martial arts! Being the teacher and the student all at once!