“Be true to yourself, stop pleasing other people and live for yourself”

“Be true to yourself, stop pleasing other people and live for yourself”


Radvile Soryte was born in Lithuania, in a small town called Palanga. A 25-year-old fitness instructor from Sweden always supports people, their life choices and opinions. Radvile joined Advisors Club one week after joining DB Advisors.

How you ended in Sweden?
It all started when I decided to move to UK, Leicester to study. In my last year of university, I started working at the independent coffee shop. I met my current boyfriend there. It took me two years to realize that my soulmate and love was always in front of me. Later he got a job offer in Stockholm, Sweden and I stayed in Leicester. However, we both realized that we miss each other too much, so he offered to move in with him and I happily said “yes”! And it was probably the best decision I made so far.

What were you studying for?
I studied Interdisciplinary Science, which is all of the sciences in one,


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