What inspired you to found eo LLC?
It’s tough getting around campus in a short amount of time because it takes too long to travel across campus. Most bike share companies use a dock system where you have to find a station and drop off the bike, which also takes too much time. 
Who was your role model and/or inspiration?
My older brother. He’s gone through a lot of adversity as a result of developmental and physical disabilities preventing him from living the traditional lifestyle. Despite that, he’s been very resilient by overcoming lots of challenges and making the best of his circumstances. 
What does your future look like ? What do you plan to do?
I’m grateful for the experience of building my company which allowed me to realize my love for entrepreneurship. I want to build another company in the future, but right now I want to develop the necessary skills to be in a position to do that.
What is the best piece of advice you have received that has helped you be successful?
Don’t ask for permission, ask for forgiveness.
What motivates you?
Really focusing on progress over everything and constantly optimizing and improving. There’s so little you can control and you can’t control the outcomes, but you can do things to foster  positive outcomes.
What is your favorite book at the moment?
I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi. I wish I had read this book in high school
What do you do in your free time?
I read a lot, write articles on Medium on things I’m learning or exploring, and do lots of experimenting on different platforms. Overall, I do a lot of personal development work.
If you could go back in time, is there, if at all, anything you’d do differently?
I would’ve started exploring personal development earlier. Part of maturing is realizing you don’t have to do what your friends think is cool; realizing the things that make me happier at an earlier age and knowing that I don’t have to change myself for someone else
If you could know the absolute truth to one question, what would you ask?
How am I meant to spend my time?

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