"I have a good work ethic and am always willing to work to full capacity to achieve my goals" - and there's no stopping The Apprentice's Harrison Jones.
The 27-year-old sales executive from Ruislip started his own landscaping business when he was just 19.
He's currently working on a number of business ventures including property development, a healthy eating brand and a streetwear brand.
But you'll know him best if you've been following the latest series of the hit BBC One show.
How is he finding working with the other candidates and what's Lord Sugar really like? Get West London caught up with Harrison to find out more about his journey so far.
Which task has been the hardest and which has been your favourite?
"The hardest one was probably the last task [for Lord Sugar's birthday] and my favourite was probably the hotel redesign," Harrison said.
"You didn't really see much of what I'd done in that episode, but in the latest one, that was the most stressful for me."
What was it like meeting Lord Sugar in the boardroom for the first time?
"I loved it, I've watched the show for years and going in there, it was so surreal, it almost looked odd, especially as you're used to just seeing him on the TV."
Your fellow candidate, Anisa Topan, said you're "like the cat with nine lives" for surviving elimination - how does that make you feel and have you been shocked by any of the exits?
"I like cats. I've been in the bottom three times, but I'm still going.
"The biggest shock for me has to be Ross getting fired, it felt like a privilege to go through over him - that was a hard one, I had him down as a favourite to win, but obviously I'm happy to have survived."
How do you cope with such strong characters on the show?
"I've not found it an issue, everyone's been respectful to me and I just tend to focus on my time.
"After tasks I get home, get myself to bed because we have to be up early.
"I'm just there working. I take each week as it comes, I've got my own strengths."
How did you feel about singing in the Stadium Sales challenge?
"Sarah suggested it as everyone had heard me singing in the shower.
"It was a way for us to save money and of course, I wasn't over the moon about it, but I wanted to get us through it.
"I've never done anything like that before!"
What's it like having Karren Brady and Claude Littner watching your every move?
"It's definitely strange, you can see them there with their notepad and pen, jotting away.
"It was obvious they were there in task one, but then you forget they're there.
"At the start it was something that was brand new but by week four, you're just used to it."
The Apprentice airs at 9pm on BBC One and BBC One HD on Wednesdays.
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