Adrien Guerrero: I would like to tell the world to not aim for perfection, aim for progress.

Introduce yourself(tell about yourself & who you are)

Hello my name is Adrien Guerrero, I am from California but have a Mexican ethnicity.

What inspires your everyday

There are a lot of things that inspire me, but the thing I would say is the biggest inspiration is my dream to become a professional athlete

What is some words of wisdom you live by everyday?

Something I live by was said by Kobe Bryant “Pain doesn’t tell you when you ought to stop. Pain is the little voice in your head that tries to hold you back because it knows if you continue, you will change.”

What are some goals in life that you want to complete?

I made many promises to my dad. He travels a lot, and he made be promise that I would travel at least double the amount of places he has been too. He also has his own business, so he made me promise that I would never work a 9-5. But I would say the biggest goal I have is to become a professional soccer player.

What are some struggles you faced to be where you are now?

A struggle I have faced is not having anyone to talk to about my problems. I have always had to keep everything to myself.

What is one way you’d like to make an impact in the world?

Many people my age only want to stay inside and play video games. But if I were to become successful, I would like to influence other people to go out and do something productive.

Last question, what else would you like to tell the world about you?

I would like to tell the world to not aim for perfection, aim for progress

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