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Sean Abraham

A little about me because you want to know the story behind the man in the picture.


Sean Abraham - Condensed Life Story

My name is Sean Abraham, and I started my journey in Barcelona, Spain. The place gave me roots that have shaped my upbringing. During my time there, I grew through childhood up until the age of 14. During that time, I made friends who I can still keep in touch from time to time. The sad part was that I left, but soon to realize the opportunities ahead.

The move took me to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where I completed my studies and moved on to owning a franchised business. The journey shaped me to be a competent business owner and placed me through trying times, which were all upheld and overcame them all.


Sean Abraham - Workforce Journey

Next, my journey took me into Private Investigation, Protection Officer, Hotel General Manager, Screening Officer, and Sales Director. One can say I was trying many variations.

Continuing along, I started working onboard the cruise ship industry, taking me through journeys around the world. Until this point in my life, I am still enjoying the luxuries of traveling aboard passenger cruise lines.

All in all, I have made my choices in which I learned and trudged on to make my other memories jealous and continuing to do the same.


Sean Abraham - A Little More About Me!

Life was unique in Barcelona as my parents neither owned nor drove a vehicle to travel within the city. Transportation was so abundant it did not require us to gain such expensive liabilities in our life.


Sean Abraham - School Adventures

School or grade one was about 2 minutes walking distance from our place of residence. The first day was not as I imagined, meaning my mother left me with some unknown people to take my first steps into independence or let’s say locked away into the education world without my permission. As the school progressed, I found meaningful relationships with whom I preferred to have — a few close friends who defined my lifestyle and character.

I became actively involved in soccer for the recreational part, from there came distractions for most of my in-between breaks from school. Also, my persuasion to go to school and maybe learn something. I encountered many challenges and limiting beliefs that stopped me from learning, growing, and caring. These came up from critics who loved to set me apart and drown me in their perspective by acknowledging the difference in skin color, values, responses to certain methods of approaching specific situations or questions, etc.


Sean Abraham - Moving To Canada!!!

At the age of 14, on November 25, 2000, I arrived at a country known as Canada in the province of Ontario and landed in Toronto Pearson Airport. I was expecting a different country in which I would make my presence known even though I had been socially discouraged from the same circle of community for seven years in my home country. As I was placed in a High School, I started in grade nine as my age. The school named Woodbine Junior High School put me in a class called ESL (English as a Second Language), where I had to learn some English since I could not start a sentence with a human being. Soon, I started to gain knowledge through TV, friends, teachers, and other sources of exposed media that I could encounter. Within three months, I could start conversations with an immigrant accent. The more I talked, the more I was discouraged because of my lack of knowledge in the language.


Sean Abraham - High School Adventures

I moved on to grade 10 at Georges Vanier Secondary School, where I was able to find more mature and encouraging friends that helped me excel through my distinct way of communicating with them. Then my parents, as life long entrepreneurs, moved to Mount Forest for business purposes, where I finished grade 11 with multiple hardships and encounters with high school students who did not appreciate the new kid. Through that experience, I had learned to overcome critics to a certain extent and move on from the effects of negative talk.

I graduated High School from the Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute, where I found some of my best friends and learned so much than just school-related topics. I learned how to get along with others and have meaningful relationships, but back then, and until now, I have been learning how to nurture them and keep them long term. I was taught to have short-term thinking and never to avoid confrontation, and through these experiences, I have lost a good friend.


Sean Abraham - Work Adventures

During the summer, I had joined the workforce called Tim Hortons for JUST the summer. After that, I became a student at CDI College in London for Police Foundations. Then I worked for IRMC (IntelliRisk Management Corporation) for about seven long and painful months.

Then I applied to go to the Canadian Forces and got accepted to go to Basic Training. Exactly 20 days before my departure, I came across an offer to be involved in franchising, a restaurant named Pizza Pizza in Woodstock. I came across my parents’ dreams to become an entrepreneur with no ambition to be one. This journey started on July 16, 2007, and through the years, I became extremely motivated to advance and become a better business owner. From the involvement, I became dependent but lost all understanding of patience, family values, outside involvement. It had been like I was living in the world. Still, one specific location and place defined my entire understanding of the outside. I was a slave of the very own corporation I bought in. I became frustrated, lost, hopeless, and brainstorming ways out because the thought of responsibility was overwhelming. I became null to the rules and of the environment; I chose to be in.


Sean Abraham - Finding Mentors In LIFE

August 24, 2010, I was introduced to a few influential people that awakened the hidden motivation to do better, and from then on, I have not stopped learning something new at least every day. Indulging myself in new knowledge that helps me grow personally. I have learned that the dash between 1986-present is the most important to make a difference. Life has so much to offer in terms of; there is so much to learn and grow. There is a burden inside of me that will release the truth in its due time.


Sean Abraham - Manifesto!

I swear I will enjoy, love, live, and create lasting, envious memories. I will not regret, and I will not bow to the slavery of any kind. I will enjoy the freedom and opportunities given to me by money, animals, fellow friends, and nature.

I will destroy traces of sadness and negativity in my life, even if it means to ignore the very people I love. Life is both long and short; do not waste it on others who will not align with your views.

Use human psychology to create lasting relationships with lovers, friends, and enemies.

Differentiate by pondering the good things in life and choose wisely. Discard, empty your brain from useless information, release the inner imagination to create a mindless behavior.

16 Personalities Profile - Assertive Virtuoso

 Assertive individuals are self-assured, even-tempered, and resistant to stress. They don’t worry too much, but this differs from apathy. They aim for goals and want successful results, but they typically won’t let nervousness color the path to their accomplishments. They’re unlikely to spend a lot of time thinking about their past actions or choices. According to Assertive personality types, what’s done is done.

Assertive personality types learn lessons from their personal histories, but they see little purpose in entertaining the same regrets again and again.

However, problems may arise for them if their confidence turns into overconfidence. Assertive individuals may gloss over problems or details that can interfere with their goals and desired results. They may lean toward assuming all will be positive. Assertive people also sometimes presume they are free to do much more than others would allow or tolerate. If overconfident, this personality types may come to believe their confidence overshadows what others want.

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What are you most passionate about?

I am passionate about travel, learning new things, achieving milestones, playing sports like table tennis, soccer, swimming, badminton, ultimate frisbee. A new favorite of mine is meditation. The passion stems from having dwelled in many situations that provided me freedom of choosing careers at the airport, cruise lines, business ownership, solo travel, romantic relationships, and friends who have been there to see that side of me.

I have dedicated wholeheartedly to anything I have put my mind into, and sometimes that has given me the advantage to either pursue it further or stop it at its tracks. Passion changes from time to time, it tends to get stale after a while. Finding new passions can also be in itself a fulfilling feeling. 

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What three words could describe you?

Spontaneous, Intellectual, and socially awkward. :)

Question,  Answer, & Solution: Who is someone you admire, and why?

I admire Sherlock Holmes and his abilities, they may not be realistic but it gives me a perspective of how much is around us that goes unnoticed and we could deduce a reasonable scenario through our observations. Being able to understand a scenario without having to ask questions is interesting. 

There are plenty of reasons we meditate or try to become more aware of our surroundings. The reasons lay in finding and getting tuned to our senses. The more we feel about every situation, the further and deeper the experiences become in life. To put the words into perspective, just like when we savour our favorite food, place our full attention to an interesting conversation, become awed in a beautiful place, and that can be feeling the negative situations as well, like the loss of a loved one. 

Admiration of a person needs to be explored as well, just so we know that this is the right admiration that is improving us. 

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What would be your ideal job?

The ideal job would have a lot of travel, surrounded by a team with the same goals, the company should have a happiness chief officer, and lots of vacation time. I think this is something that needs to be built from scratch. I feel like these types of companies are almost like fairytales. Well, the ideas are not aligned with business goals, which is monetary profits. 

I think the ideal company could have the right amount of extrinsic values if enough thought and strategy gets placed into creating it. Although people's ideal careers can change from time to time, it is the norm for the majority to have the fundamental things in life. 

Place to stay, food, friends, partner, money, achievements, progress, learning new things, creating a bucket list, short-term goals, long-term goals, physical health, safety, intellectual conversations, defying status quo, practice delayed gratification, travel experiences, food experiences, spiritual experiences, and many more! Is that too much to ask? :) 

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What is your definition of “happiness”?

My definition of happiness stems from accomplishments, peace of mind, warm weather coupled with winds type of place, a companion, a dog, a quiet area for the times of the day I need to meditate and forget everything and remember everything. 

Defining happiness and the state of it is not a straightforward task.  I think defining happiness can place an understanding where your priorities lay. I think there are plenty of reasons as to why I have changed careers or moved from place to place. The reasons are because I have lost my sense of belonging or happiness in the place and its people. Happiness can be a challenge specially when we do not control certain outcomes. These outcomes can be work lifestyle, associations with people, memory triggers from certain places, family members, and other factors that stimulate our chemicals in our brain and body. 

So be happy, interested, and feed your curiosity! :) 

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What accomplishment are you most proud of?

I am proud of having learned English at a young age and graduated from a school in Canada. The opportunities that a language and a passport can offer are definitely worth the time and investment. I think that most people don't realize the struggles that one can have when not having either of these two intellects. 

I am one of these lucky people who never really had the difficulty of knowing otherwise. All three languages I learned at an early age, education was completed in Canada, and passport for travel freedom was handed to me, basically. 

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What is your greatest fear?

The greatest fears I have are being distanced from the "right" people. A fear of being alone, but from the people that make me feel a sense of belonging. I have been in placed that is full of people but never felt more alone.

In this long life, I have had chances to fear my loneliness and learned that fighting with my mind to make it feel at ease is an ongoing struggle. I have thought about travel to quench the thirst of my mind, but all I needed was to sit still and tackle the problem dead on. 

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What is your greatest hope?

I hope to completely rid of financial burden, almost there :) - Even after that, I am already doing all the things that I would do if I was in that situation.

Question,  Answer, & Solution: What are three most important lessons you’ve learned in life?

Create memories, love unconditionally, no regrets. When I say create memories; it is because I reminisce these and they become part of my happy place. Love unconditionally; because everyone deserves to be understood without judgement, and bring that kind of energy with every person, I regard that as the highest form of love. No regrets; We look back at our lives and think, "what if I could have done something differently?" but rather just focus on the present and the future. We have learned from the past and that cannot be changed, so there is no point in dwelling in it, just focus on the opportunities that you can create.

Lessons in life are learned through mistakes and decisions we took from a long time ago. They are part of our identity and they cannot be changed, so when you regret a decision, if you are in an unpleasant situation, you had bad luck, or any other form of negative thought, know that it will pass. It will stay with you, it will define your future, and it can be used for your benefit or if misconstrued it can negatively affect you. 

Question,  Answer, & Solution: How do you want people to remember you?

I want to be remembered as the person who followed his own path and didn't allow others to influence my decisions. I have been down this path where others have asked me to follow a path for my own good, but in the grand scheme of things, I refused. There were forces that prevented me from following these paths. I am grateful that I listen to my subconscious, intuitions, and these have paved a strange path, but nonetheless a path I can actually hit the majority of the tick boxes in my life's bucket list.

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