Today we’d like to introduce you to Jenna Albulet.
So, before we jump into specific questions, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
My life story has always been an exhilarating one. Growing up with my entire family in the circus and traveling with Ringling Brothers, I have always been surrounded by the entertainment industry. Being able to attend an I’ve been fortunate enough to extend my passion into a career in Los Angeles. Growing up in the heart of Las Vegas you learn to grow up pretty quick and the true hustle life. I was taught a young age that you should never give up on your dream and that you can make It happen. Living in Los Angeles has definitely been a roller coaster filled with all kinds of emotions and events, but that’s what makes this journey exciting. I will continue to keep writing out my story.
Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
It has definitely not been the smoothest road, but what pavement is? Once you smooth out the hard times, you always seem to find a crack or speed bump. For me, I have definitely had a lot of life struggles. I’ve lived out of a storage unit and in my car for numerous nights because I was too prideful to ask for help. When in the end, I found out that’s what digs you into a deeper hole. I have such an amazing group of friends which I consider family that have been my rock and will remain that in my future years.
We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
Being a creative and artist, I’m always seeking for more and pushing my self to be the best I can be. I specialize in the dance world but fall into all fields of entertainment. From a young age, I have learned that if you’re doing the thing that you love it will never seem like work. Each day I set a new goal for myself, however my main goal is to be happy and content with where I am in life. To never get comfortable and stagnant. There’s always room for growth and new goals to be set. That’s what I feel separates me from others, my mindset and passion on how I see the world and my place in it.
What is “success” or “successful” for you?
For myself, success is never truly made unless I worked hard to achieve that goal I set out. There are numerous paths in my life that I have goals to succeed in. You should never take the easy road because it won’t feel like success in the end. The hardships and length of time is what makes the success feel like success. It’s like when you a start a puzzle and it takes you so much time that you almost want to tear it down; but once you finish it, it’s like no other feeling. It’s almost as if you are on a natural high. You completed something that you started and put the time and effort into it. That is success.
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