Alright introduce yourself
My name is Matthew Salih I am 21 years young. I was born and raised as a Persian Jew on Long Island, New York. I am an aspiring entertainment manager with a full year of experience. I am also currently enrolled in college and have a New York Real Estate License.
What inspires you everyday
What inspires me everyday are my family. I want to reach my goals for myself obviously, but I really want to do it for the family. When I say family that includes my friends. I only got family no friends.
What is something you would change about people in the world
One thing I would change about people is probably the fact that everyone lives a strict day to day wether it’s going to school or work. I think people need to slow it down sometimes and really appreciate life and the things that come with it. Humor is real smiling is real. Any second can be your last second.
How do you feel about people in the world
I feel that people in this world are way too tense and are always worrying. Doesn’t matter your culture or your religion; we are all the same just different personalities shoved in different skins. Most people have the same intentions. Health Wealth and Happiness. We are all here for the same purpose. We should start acting like it.
What is a positive message you would give others
I would tell them live life really enjoy it and appreciate it; us people in America many of us are truly blessed each and everyday. I would say throughout this life just live with happiness and love. Because being happy and having life full of love for not only yourself and your family, but others as well is having something really special. So I encourage everyone to go and attack life and take from it the things you want and make you happy. At least that’s what I’m trying to do!
Last question if you could make a difference in the world how would you do that
I would definitely start with world hunger. There is absolutely no reason why in 2017 it’s still relevant. There are so many different changes I would like to make but at the end of the day it’s most important to appreciate.