When you were 17, what did you want to be?
At 17, I had not a clue because, even as young as that, my lifestyle was more important than work or studies. I didn’t have to do much to get good grades, so I found a way to do as little as possible. I went [to school] maybe 50% of the time and then was just hanging out with my friends or doing other stuff. I did enough so that I still had good grades, but I found it very slow.