Successful people embrace the process, learn from mistakes and continue to move forward. There are many steps to achieving success. The journey is not always easy but it is all worth it in the end.

The road to success is not linear, but it’s important that you don’t let that stop you from reaching your destination. Success is not the result of a single event or accomplishment at one point in time. It is the cumulation of many moments, small decisions, which lead us towards our goal.

Successful people are not always able to plan for success. Instead, they embrace the process. They know that their success will come as they learn from mistakes and keep on moving forward with passion and enthusiasm. Even though things might take a little longer, at least embrace what is happening and enjoy the process of getting there because you will eventually see your goal realized in front of your eyes.

Embrace the journey you embark on, with every life decision you make, because in the end; it will be worth it.

Alexis Lontos Leonidou

Alexis Lontos Leonidou

Alexis Lontos Leonidou is a producer, composer, songwriter and singer. Having grown up in a family where arts in general played a significant role, it was inevitable for Alexis not to show great interest in music and arts from a very young age. Upon completing his high school education, he enrolled in the National Conservatory of Athens in Greece. He graduated in 2007 receiving a Diploma with Excellence in Harmony and Counterpoint, while also acquiring a Diploma with Excellence in Voice from the Music Horizon Conservatory of Athens. In addition, Alexis holds a Diploma from the London College of Music at Thames Valley in Music Theory and Literacy (LMusLCM). Subsequently, he moved to New York City to study as an undergraduate student at the renowned Mannes College for Music pursuing a degree in Classical Composition. At the same time, Alexis Leonidou also studied Orchestral Conducting at the evening division of the Juilliard School, under one of the most prominent 20th Century Conductors, Vincent La Selva. During his studies in New York City, Alexis was blessed enough to work and attend classes under important composers such as John Corigliano, Christopher Theofanides, Rudolph Palmer, David Loeb, Agrippino Bellino, Frederick Hand and many more.

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