We had the good fortune of connecting with Ronan Donadon and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Ronan, what’s your definition for success?
The definition of success in my conception is very much related to inner well-being, and in the way I charge myself in relation to the complete execution, with success or not, of everything I propose to do. success is much more related to high knowledge. To be successful for me is to be happy in the career I have chosen, to be happy in the right decisions and even in the wrong ones. Because you get prestige from the right ones, and prestige is very good, but you also learn from the wrong ones. Mainly to understand that everything has its time and time to happen. I think the definition of SUCCESS is a very personal thing, because it’s all about vision. Because for example: I can look at someone and think that a certain person is not successful, or someone else will look at me and judge in the same way. people attribute success a lot to fame, millions of followers, power, that’s all good, but it can’t necessarily be said to be success. Because each one fights an inner battle within themselves, so this definition can come from a simple achievement, which for many would be nothing, but when only you know where you came from, everything you struggled to be where you are, to win yourself in a world where people charge themselves to be perfect, recognize their own struggles and move forward, Overcoming yourself daily is difficult, and yes, this should be considered success for me. So in this way I think success regardless of how rich you are, or what position you are in. Success is holding your head high, winning your own purposes, and encouraging people to follow suit. Any success before it goes public needs to be personal.

Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
Maybe it sounds cliché. But what sets me apart from others is exactly being who I am, how the other is, which is how we all are in the end, different from each other. That would be the conventional and easiest answer. But I see myself differently, because I learned from each person, and I learn yet, from each person that goes through my life or past, I learned from each one of them, how I am good memories and even like ruins. And I can say that there is the secret, and I say why ruined people, enabled me and taught me to be different, better than good people. They taught me not to be like them. Why just say I’m different because I love what I do, or because I put love in everything I do, that alone wouldn’t make me different. I think I’m different because in my environment, the ego always speaks louder, and I learn every day not to let it dominate me. Getting here was not easy, but there is still a long way to go, and it is becoming more and more difficult. It hasn’t become easy yet. I think the best way to overcome my challenges was to understand that I need myself to follow, I can be my biggest ally or my biggest enemy. What do I want the world to know about me, or my brand ?? I can say they are one thing. And what I want them to know is that: We have the power to transform each other’s lives, through our art, through our attitudes, wait for me, world, you’ll still hear about me.

Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
I am particularly grateful to each person who encourages me, my family, my friends. But the Two people especially my aunt who always motivated and encouraged me, especially financially. And my husband, who always believed in me, even when I judged myself incapable. He gave up his time, dreams and even my presence, just to support me. He made me see me through his eyes. And that makes me more and more confident and determined to get where I want to go. Thanks.

Instagram: @ronanhairs

Image Credits
Nilton Vilela Vitória Donadon Duda Amorim Mariana Rinoldi Marina Busnardo Maria Victoria Zorgetto Marina Melotto Marcela Diniz Luchiari Rita Orlando Carminatti Paula Gistinelli Beth Alkimya

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