ENTJ-A. Founder & CEO At Khleon. I question everything. I’m driven by intense purpose; aiming for the pinnacle in the pursuit of self-actualization. I analyze for a living. Dismantling illusions since 1994.
My name is Johnny Nezha and I am cofounder & CEO of Khleon. I am Albanian born, Italian raised, currently living in the United States. In this segment I would like to talk about the purpose of Khleon, how it came to be, why I thought about building it, how it helped me, and why I think this will help you. However, I feel the duty to add background and nuance to Khleon’s existence. I would like to formally exhibit my past, and how my path to becoming and embracing my own personality has unfolded and unraveled, how it is currently going, and how I forecast it to continue.
What Gift Am I Meant To Give In This Life?
The truth, nothing but the truth, truth and the truth alone. This is the biggest gift I am meant to give the world. This is the biggest service to humanity I can accomplish and fathom. Speak about my experience and not limited to; but taking action upon that.
If I Were To Die A Year From Now, What Would I Do With That Time?
Hello, it has been a while. I haven’t written anything for more than a month now, and that is due to force majeure circumstances that needed to be addressed on the spot, immediately, and took a toll on my mental energy and capacity, thus, I could not deal with more pleasurable activities such as my writing articles for the general public. I apologize. As with everything, especially with these kinds of activities, considering I am always aiming to perform at my best, I needed to be in the right mental zone to convey proper and clear messaging with my work. So here goes nothing, I guess.
Where Can I Expect To Be In 5 Years?
For some undefined reason, I had always been profoundly thrilled when people asked me this question. So, Johnny, “Where Do You Think You Will Be In 5/10/15 Years?” It’s reminiscent of the childhood questions of the likes of “What do you wanna do when you grow up?” Such suspense, hope, joy, possibilities and things that could be achieved. I still sometimes even today, although I have transmuted into a more saturnian and gloomy version of myself, feel sparks of exhilarating excitement of what could be.
What Is My No.1 Belief?
I want you to go back in time. As long back as needed. Back in your childhood. I know this could be triggering to some people because not everyone has had a peaceful and productive childhood, which, quite frankly, is more of an anomaly to have had a blissful infantry rather than a functional one. Nevertheless, go back to those special moments. When make believe magic was a reality. When the world was your oyster. When it took us so little to be happy. Actually, I remember during my childhood, that a futile promise from my mom “if you behave, we’re getting ice cream later” was the highlight of my day. Hanging out with the friends we wanted, having an extra 20 minutes of video gaming allowance, and not having your younger sibling around, were all heaven sent. I recall clearly that in my youth I had such implacable will. I was a daydreamer, and I wished to achieve great things in life. It didn’t matter to me how viscerally repelled I were by society at the time, (and it still doesn’t matter now), or how patronal the adults in my life disguised themselves into. I knew ever since the age of 4, that I wanted to go live in the United States, that I wanted to go live in California, and more selectively and precisely, I was/am infatuated with the beautiful, idyllic, pristine, one in a kind city of Los Angeles. I think my no.1 belief of me relocating on the other side of the globe, came true. (For those wondering, I am from Europe).
What If I Lost Everything?
Let’s not beat around the bush here. Our biggest most terrifying inner fear is losing everything. Losing loved ones. Losing our spouse. Losing all of our material possessions. Losing our children. Losing our job. Losing money. In fact, the simple singling out of the word “lose”, it susurrates such negative feelings, emotions and edge in our psyche, and we know we cannot deny such simple facts. It rankles us profoundly and does not imbue any ethereal sensation. The mere vision of nothingness, void and the blank does nothing to nullify our perception of flabbergast. But why? Why are we so fearful? Why are we so scared of losing everything?
What Would I Still Do Even If I Never Made Any Money Doing It?
There are a multitude of things we do because we have to, or we do because we love to. Rarely we see the two of them combined though. It is almost a dream or mirage for so many people to work in a field they very much adore to the point of self-immolation. It’s ludicrous to me that we are all born against our will, yes, each and everyone of us is here against their will, and we are told to just deal with it when we grow up, if you happen to even be given the time to grow up that is. There’s a plethora of children and young humans that are not born under the privileged 1st world, and learn the heavy & hefty weight of the world on their shoulders before they can even comprehend why they are here and how things ought to be. Leave alone understanding deeper discourses like psychology, self-fulfillment, efficiency, and/or a life mission. When you are overwhelmed by this unfair and untried worldly system, all you seek and aspire toward is the zenith of relief, peace and harmony, not some frappuccino sipping contemplations that some people indulge into for lack of a better activity or lack of a sense of urgency/emergency.
If I Had All The Money In The World...
There was a meme that was ubiquitous online on social media and I know we have all seen it. It went like this: “If you could choose between a billion dollars and world peace, what color would you buy Lamborghini?” I remember laughing very hard at the sight of such genius wit, but at the same time I was thinking, if this wasn’t just an hypothetical, do you think there would actually be people that would choose the money over world peace? As of 2021, the answer is still an astounding YES! I know it, you know it, everyone knows it. This is why many problems today simply cannot be uprooted because we just do not care for each other and that’s why we stymie ourselves to self-fulfillment and happiness. But let me ask you this question, what if YOU were given the “real” chance to have all the money in the world, and never run out of it, where would you drive your efforts and energies toward? You are the first trillionaire of the world, you are wealthier than some G-20 countries. Would you donate the money? Would you do charity? Would go on a power trip and say “now that I have money, I want to taste power and authority” (like our twice impeached 45th President of the United States of America). Would you be a Mother Theresa? Or would you be an Elon Musk and shoot rockets to reach space? What would you do?
What do I NOT know?
Trying. Trying. Trying. This seems to be the keyword of this life. We try so often and in vain. We wonder why we cannot seem to get it right and how much shorter things could take if only there were not so many obstacles in the way. We still have a hard time accepting that we will not be the new renegades that will change the laws of the universe. Hardship hones us for the better. I understand that it is hard and we’d rather not, but I have never seen anybody that blossomed or flourished during constant happy and easy times. In reality, when we have it going right at all times for us, our minds plateau to say the least, we stop growing and even wither on a downward spiral. We need those mental spastic movements that happen from stress because it prompts us to jump higher, try new things, and trying to survive. See, we are so lucky to be living in the 21st century in a mostly peaceful world. Believe it or not but Capitalism has saved the world. In fact many countries today are ambivalent into getting into a war simply because of the economic repercussions that would reach out to their citizenry and negatively affect their domestic economies. Yet, so much peace has really made us all collectively rankle at the “too much of a good thing” and it has gifted us all a lack of perspective. I, myself, am guilty as charged of engaging in such abrasive and ungrateful behavior.