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Meet Jason Nemes: From Employee to Entrepreneur ๐Ÿ‘‘

Jason Nemes thought the corporate world was not for him for the longest time. He had given it a chance after finishing college, but quickly realized that that world was not for him. However, something got him back into it and he began his own fitness and wellness program that has now helped thousands of people.

โ€œI said no to entrepreneurship for 4.5 years. I went to school, got my degree, went into the corporate world, and I realized it wasnโ€™t for me. 7 years ago, I made the decision to go after my dreams. I had a trash bag of clothes and lived in my buddies’ living room. Today, Iโ€™m in the top 1% of income earners. I run a health and wellness business.โ€ Remarks Jason.

For Jason, although he had had experience in the business world before he began his own business, he had to struggle to overcome many obstacles. Business comes with numerous challenges that any entrepreneur must tackle before becoming successful. The biggest challenge for him ended up being himself. Not only did he have to overcome the adversity that many entrepreneurs have to face, but Jason also had to also overcome a drug addiction.

โ€œI had to beat a drug addiction, which I did. The biggest challenge is definitely pushing through the adversity. When times get tough, everyone wants to quit. No one wants to look in the mirror and ask themselves โ€œwhere am I lacking, where do I need to growโ€. Make sure you work harder on yourself than you do your job.โ€ Explains Jason.

After overcoming these obstacles, Jasonโ€™s program for wellness has taken off. Not only does he provide weight loss tactics and products for people looking to live a healthier life, but he is also a motivational speaker and life coach who wants to help people live a more positive life. Jason and his wellness programs have succeeded at changing many peopleโ€™s lives.

โ€œMy buddy who I knew was in the business had amazing success and I knew the path I was on wasnโ€™t going to lead me where I wanted to go. I saw what my buddy had achieved and I knew I could do it too so I jumped in and got going.โ€ States Jason.

For those starting their own business, Jason recommends that they fully understand the job commitment that they have just made. Being an entrepreneur is unlike any other profession where the average hours are 9 to 5. In general, more is expected of you and more time will be needed to be put into your business in order to make it successful.

โ€œMy advice for anyone trying to start a business is: develop yourself as best as you can as success is something you attract. BECOME OBSESSED, enjoy the process, give it everything youโ€™ve got, understand its 70,80,90 hours a week not 40, understand you must be willing to make sacrifices.โ€ Jason advises.

Jason has much more to come in the future. He hopes to continue earning his financial freedom and inspiring people to live better lifestyles. He is also creating a new website for his business in the future. His success has earned him a spot as one of the top earners and Jason has no plans on slowing down anytime soon. Jason proves to us that if you do not like something at first, that does not rule it out for you in the future.

โ€œI differentiated myself from others by making myself more valuable and continuing to show the best version of myself.โ€ Jason says.

To learn more about Jason, you can follow him on Instagram @tattedprezzz and you can check out his website at www.tattedprezzz.com.

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