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Nathan Khider- Self made millionaire discusses The YEN Society

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Having dropped out of high school at 15, Nathan Khider became a self made millionaire by the age of 35 through many startups including his property consultancy business,  Nathan K Podcasts, Yen Clothing and many others. Being an entrepreneur and handling many businesses is not as easy as it seems to be. You have to manage time and preserve your energy for each task that you need to accomplish. Just like that Nathan Khider worked very hard and put his full efforts which made him a successful entrepreneur.

“I have always been inspired by the greatest entrepreneurs out there such as Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. These individuals showed hard work, determination and perseverance. Being labelled as a ‘top entrepreneur’ is definitely not as easy as many make it out to be and for sure requires the right mindset.

Before my career really kicked off, I was actually homeless in London, but even through the toughest of times, I had to keep my head up and stay motivated to become the person I was aspiring to be.

I’ve always enjoyed talking to people and thought that starting a podcast would give an opportunity to those willing to listen and learn, would be a great idea. So, this is why I started Nathan K Podcasts in the hope to become one of the most listened to and engaging podcasts throughout the UK.

With The YEN Society (Young Entrepreneur Network), it was a different story. I wanted to give back to those who were willing to work hard and believed they had a true passion for what they wanted to learn or do, whether it was, starting an app, opening a restaurant, getting into property or even just into the music industry. 

The beauty of this is that so many successful businesses share the same principles and that is what we share at YEN. There is so much to learn, from how to get the idea out of your head to then see it come to fruition. Starting a business for some is easy but making it sustainable is a little more challenging. There’s three key principles that I live by. Firstly, taking action; the work has to be done. Secondly, being consistent; consistency is key to achieving any goal and belief. Finally, you have to believe in your ability and your dreams from day one.”

To get updates on The Yen Society follow Nathan Khider on his Instagram @nathankhider

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