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How Shabaz Ahmed Went From Nothing To 6-Figures a Month!

Shabaz Ahmed, 24, has been currently involved in the home-based business industry for six years. When he started the business, he never enjoyed success. He was fresh from the government benefits; thus, he had no experience in the business. Things were only getting hard for him, but he knew that he had to persevere and be resilient if he ever wanted to be successful.

 

Establishing a brand

 

For three years in the home-based business, Shabaz had not made any sort of money. It was not until he found successful mentors who taught me great ways to work. Luckily, he was teachable and coachable. He then decided to give what he had learned a try and dedicated three years to work tirelessly. He has sleepless nights and became obsessed with where he was going and wanted to be. In 7 months, he was already at a place where he was earning $10,000 a month. He then decided to scale his business even higher when he learned that everything was attainable.

 

Being the Unique One

 

Shabaz believes that the income earned by anyone is based on the value they bring to their marketplace. The more the value you create, the more the income you will get. People who don’t make any money most likely do not bring any value to the table. Most people have joined Shabaz’s industry but have failed to think solely on themselves alone. When you give more, you get more in return.

 

Staying Motivated

 

The reason why Shabaz is always motivated is because of his background. His parents were struggling, and he always yearned to be the game-changer. He wanted to be successful and financially free so that he could retire his parents from the job that they were in that was so tedious.

 

Having made them retired, he feels that he had achieved a milestone. However, he has embarked on another bigger thing – to help many people become financially free. This has kept him moving, and he wants to help as many as he can.

 

Advice to the Startups

 

He advises the upcoming to do what they can at the moment. He said that spending time thinking about what you need to do will only consume your time, and in the end, you will not have done or accomplished anything. Shabaz continues to advise the entrepreneurs to work without being distracted. He further advised that learning from mentors applies well if you had already begun your business.

 

Johnny Medina was once driven by a sport. Basketball was what he lived for, he dreamed of playing in the big league, but he had a career shortage as he tore his meniscus in his right knee. From fancy 360 dunks to not being able to play competitive at all. Johnny did not know what to do with his life. After working regular 9-5's for two years he then got into Sales & online marketing. In the First 3 months of online marketing he had his first 5 figure month. He's now a Pr & branding expert who helps entrepreneurs and business owners get known around their industry.

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