Austin Aoyagi: February 2013 Innerpreneur Spotlight

Austin Aoyagi

Austin Aoyagi
Musician (and home-schooled High School Senior)
Download Austin’s Songs (currently in progress)

I am:

Intent on living life to the fullest. I am always trying to expand my horizons and test my comfort zone. I am not afraid to make difficult decisions and go against the grain if I feel that it is the best option for my life. And I still have a lot of time to work on my intention, since I am only eighteen! :P

My passion is for:

Leaving a legacy that lasts. I want to make a mark on the world through my music, my writing, my choices, and my life.

My business helps you:

Realize your full potential and accept yourself. I write and sing about my personal experiences in the hopes that it can help others overcome their fears and inspire them to live their dreams.

My biggest challenge is:

Accepting my faults and shortcomings. Although I have improved tremendously, I still struggle to accept every aspect of myself. It is an ongoing process, but I am well on my way at least.
Managing my time. I tend to think too much and act too little. It becomes overwhelming, as I constantly think that I should do more and more with the same amount of time.

I make a difference by:

Living life. I believe that my choices and actions will serve as inspiration for many others as I progress on my journey.

I have lots of ideas about:

Health. Alternative medicine, the holistic approach to health, organic eating, and more.
Education. The faults of the public education system, education reform, and the un-schooling movement.
Spirituality. Intuition, meditation, the power of the mind and belief systems, and living from the heart.

I’ve learned:

To let go and learn from hardships. l have experienced heartbreak, divorce, depression, and deaths in the family, and those events have taught me to let go and learn from the difficult times in your life. Do not hold hatred, fear, or sorrow in your heart, for it only prevents you from experiencing happiness.

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”– Mae West

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Austin Aoyagi: February 2013 Innerpreneur Spotlight

By Tara Joyce Time to Read: 2 min