Yes, there really is a Kim. And small business is his passion.
When he finished college, he had two offers from corporate giants. One involved a lot of travel. Being pretty much a homebody from birth, he took the other offer. He was on the Management Fast Track program. After about two months, the nightmares began.
After much introspection, he realized that he was raised around, with, and by, small business people. He was fascinated by how people started and built their businesses. In fact, his first job was at his uncle’s hardware store. What he did there made a difference; to his uncle, to his small town, to his customers. So he set about building his own small business.
Most people who have achieved financial independence for themselves and their families want to play, pursue hobbies, travel. Not Kim. Why? See paragraph one.