In 2015, I was interviewed by the Huffington Post, who then interviewed me again. In a story that made its way all over the internet, one of the main things the interviewers mentioned was the fact that I had created a health-related product called "Nutella." This was a joke in the sense that "Nutella" was something made in the 1990s and I was going to create a "health product" that would make a big splash in the marketplace.I did not know the name of the health product, only that it was made by a company named "Lite-On," which, as it turns out, is the name of a subsidiary of a large drug company (a pharmaceutical company, for those who don't know, that makes drugs). The article referred to it as the "Pistachio Nutella." And while the article made fun of the fact that I didn't know the name, the irony was not lost on me.I thought that I would be making something that would go viral and become a huge hit and would become known as the "nutella health product." And as it turned out, the success of this product did not translate to more sales. Instead, the nutella health product was just a failure.