This is me
Swedish born and raised, I began my journey in the digital space with nothing more than a vision of freedom and a laptop...
My name is Andreas Grosz, and I am blessed to have experienced cultures from the other side of the planet from all segments in society, wealthy, as those less fortunate. I have been shown the magic of mysterious rainforests and mountains covered in such a thick layer of snow that you have a hard time wrapping your head around it. I was born with an adventurous vain, a whole lot of affection, but I lost it all in the corporate world. It took time, but I realized my misplacement and took action on creating the life I was meant to live. An inspired life, full of love and freedom.
You might find me on a fast-paced mountain bike ride between trees and rocks or learning from a good book on a quiet beach somewhere. Channeling the knowledge, I have accumulated on my journey onto folks that find themselves in similar circumstances, brings me true fulfillment. Creating a space for you to be seen and heard. A place where only your imagination sets the boundaries...
I'm sitting on my bed at my mom's house, it's June 2005, I've just finished school, and I have no idea what to do for the rest of my life. Many of my peers know what they want to work with and have jobs lined up or further education planned, not me. I've taught about what my dream job would be for many years now but never figured it out. Nothing seems exciting enough. So I join my dad in his profession as a pipefitter. I tell myself it's just until I figure things out. Months go by, years go by, and I'm still in a profession that I don't identify myself in. I get promoted, I change companies, I work hard, and try to develop myself and the companies. I get bored quickly, and I'm always careful not to involve myself emotionally with my colleagues because - I will soon leave and do what I want to do - more years pass by. It's not until I get burned out that I decide to find out what my true calling is because I've had enough with the 9-5 hamster wheel that I've been running in for so many years.
I realize that there was never "a" job that I wanted it was to build businesses. I started to tie one and two together and saw how I always tried to develop and make things more efficient where I worked - it was never about the specific niche. I took time off to figure out what kind of business I wanted to start. It had to be online-based so that I could work from anywhere as long as I had a laptop. It had to be scalable and with low overhead costs. I wanted to be able to work around my passions and interests, not the other way around. Since then, I've been learning and building businesses that fulfill these requirements, and most importantly, I realized that my purpose is to share my knowledge with people so that they can go out and live their best lives - not work in a 9-5 job that they aren't passionate about.