I've often times been referred to as "annoyingly optimistic" which is a badge I wear proudly. I feel like the older we become, the more examples we find as to why the world can be terrible and why life can be so hard. Being half Saudi, half Irish, then adopted into a Polish family name, my background has been diverse to say the least. At several points in my life, I felt like the world was too much and my strongest efforts felt futile. My mom passed away when I was 21, my dad who adopted us left without telling us why, being separated from my brother and sister I felt all of a sudden that I needed to protect people and fix problems without any idea as to how. With the odds against me, I joined the Army, received 4 degrees in the 9 years I spent in school, became a successful Quality Assurance professional, wrote my first novel and started my own company, all before I turned 30.
Lovectious is more than a company to me, it's an idea that embodies every lesson I've ever learned in life including the toughest ones I wish no one would need to experience. How to love yourself through thick and thin so you can become the strongest version of yourself possible. I believe that age and maturity are not related, just as destiny and timing never align. I promise to myself and the people, that my team and I will continue to do everything in our collective power to help bring solidarity and sincere empathy to the many challenges we face in all of our lives. Lovectious is my plan to make to make the world a better place, and I promise to do just that.
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Lovectious is a symbol for all the people that have crossed paths with you in your life -- whether you know them very well, a little bit, or none at all -- but you do know that they had a part in shaping the person you are today, the journey you've come to know, and the lives you've touched along the way.