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For the past 14 years (since I was taking algebra 1 in high school), I have been solving some type of math related problem not required of me from my schooling and job. I was one of those people who wanted to solve a math problem never solved before, and it wasn’t until 2009 that I truly succeeded in solving something original. From that fruitful year, I have gained so much confidence and have continued to make original discoveries to this very day.
A key to my success is having the determination to not give up until I find what I’m looking for. If what I’m looking for isn’t possible, I must prove it to myself that it isn’t. Then I stop.
I am definitely not the smartest guy out there, but I don’t let that stop me from accomplishing things that “only geniuses can accomplish”.
I also have been a moderate PC gamer. My two favorite games that I have done very well in are Knights and Merchants and Age of Empires II: The Conquerors.
As an illustration, here is a recorded replay of me beating the hardest fighting map ever made for Knights and Merchants.
Here's a recorded replay of me beating the hardest mission in Knights and Merchants original "The Shattered Kingdom" campaign very quickly. (Read the video description for more details.)
Math, Movies, Rubik's Cube Theory, Being Physically Fit, Knights and Merchants, Age of Empires II