Alex Hanse is a Full Sail University graduate with an Associate of Science degree in Recording Arts. Prior to receiving a degree from Full Sail, he graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology.
His professional goal is to become a Recording Mixer and Engineer. In the long run, he ultimately hopes to combine the knowledge he’s gained from both of his degrees to improve the physical and mental health of others.
Being the dreamer that he is, Alex went on to starting a movement that would encourage others to live out their dreams as well. Through his creation of the inspirational clothing line entitled "Foolies", he would use his words, along with fashion, to empower his friends, family and many others around him. He believes that if you have a dream, you should do all that it takes in order to live out that dream and not be stuck in a situation that makes you unhappy.
He hopes that he can be a light to the world through his actions and through all that he is doing in his career. Alex identifies strongly with the quote by Ghandi, "Be the change you want to see in the world." This quote is what inspires him to live his life making solutions instead of complaining about what is and isn't right in the world.
After losing his mother in the sixth grade due to breast cancer, he realized the importance of life. He also learned at an early age, that we should value every second we have because we never know when our time will be up. She is the reason for his joy and why he continues to be motivated even through the toughest of times in his life.
Alex knows that he would not be where he is today without his faith and the many people who have pushed him and cheered him on along the way. He is very thankful for where he is today and hopes that through his actions, he will change the world one day or at least change one person so they can go on to change what he couldn't!
Life quote: “Dream Without Limits”
on June 24, 2013 :
A Shot of Espresso reminded me of stream of consciousness. There were parts that made me laugh...although I'm sure they weren't purposely comical...and parts that were totally relatable. So funny that I read this subsequent to making one of the biggest decisions in life. Reading this book made me slightly more confident in my decision. This is an inspiring piece and definitely a good read!
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