Recipe for Success: Juice WRLD

Birthday: December 2nd, 1998

Death: December 8th, 2019

Personal success definition

My personal success definition is making great work that the public world will enjoy. Success is people showing their appreciation for the work or art that you create.

Juice WRLD was a very creative artist, who we sadly lost to soon to a seizure. He helped bring dark issues into light, making music about struggles with drug use, depression, anxiety, and heartbreak.

Skills for Success

Juice WRLD, or Jarad Higgins, is a lyrical genius, amazing freestyler, and an overall positive person. Juice WRLD was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Juice WRLD loved to spread good energy, as he often used the term ‘999’. 999 means taking whatever hell, whatever bad situation or whatever struggle you are going through and turning it into something positive and using it to push yourself forward.

How they used these skills

Juice WRLD used his skills in the music industry. He released 2 albums before he passed away. His managing team just released another one in early July, titled ‘Legends Never Die’, which sold over 550,000 copies the first week.

Challenges overcome

Juice WRLD overcame coming out of a bad home life, in a city full of poverty, violence, and crime. Coming from Chicago, be considered one of the most dangerous cities in America, it is often hard to make it out of these types of situations. He made it out with his love for music.

Significant work

Juice WRLD released albums titled ‘Goodbye and Good Riddance’ and Death Race for Love’ prior to his death, and songs like ‘All Girls Are the Same’, going triple platinum and his most famous song, ‘Lucid Dreams’ peaking at No. 2 on the BillBoard top 100.

Juice WRLD lived a very hard life, trying to turn everything negative into a positive.