Who is Alexander Pompee?
My name is Alexander Pompee and I am a self-aware millennial going through a “Quarter-life Crisis.” I take pride in my Alma Mater, UCF, which turned me into the man I am today. I am an enthusiastic business owner who likes to bombard you with questions and explore the meaning of life. I consider myself to be a laugh enthusiast, poetry aficionado, pretend Steph Curry, born entrepreneur, and slave to my iPhone. It’s quite astounding having the technology to connect with people at such an in-depth level, so I feel obligated to make the most out of it. My goal in life is to leave a legacy, which means I’m always thinking about the next big thing.
What is “Your Quarter Life Crisis”
Your Quarter Life Crisis is a movement in the form of a blog. My goal is to document my efforts to combat my crisis and touch readers who have experienced similar problems with theirs. Be prepared for complex discussions about success, love, fear, and many more topics. Music acts as a narrator in my life, so every blog post will come with a song of the day. The last component is you, the reader. My crisis is your crisis and I want to hear from you. Let me know if you agree with my post or feel like I’m full of garbage. Share my blog if you ever feel inspired. Show a little love and call me awesome. Make your voice heard because I’m making mines heard every week.
A quarter-life crisis is Pompee’s CrisisLearn more about the concept of the Quarter Life Crisis in my first blog post:
When are you going to post?
My goal is to make at least one thought-provoking blog post every other week. Occasionally, I’ll find myself inspired and produce multiple posts. Ultimately, I want to be consistent with my work and maintain high-quality content.
What do you want to gain out of this blog?
I want to write about subjects that people my age are going through. Years from now, I want my offspring to read every blog and see how crazy their pops was. I hope to gain a following of engaged readers who want to contribute their experiences. I want to elicit that feeling that makes you feel like I’m hitting too close to home. Hopefully, the title, Your Quarter Life Crisis, will make sense after you read a few of my posts.