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“The Only Way Out of Struggle is Hustle”- Entrepreneur Mohamed BDJ On How to Overcome Struggles

No greatness has ever been created from comfort zones. It is always the people with struggle, pain and a past, who make history. Mohamed BDJ is the 22 year old entrepreneur who is making an impact in the world. His success did not come easy, he had to struggle through it.

Mohammed BDJ was born in a poor family. As a child he suffered from financial constraints. His circumstances forced him to grow up quickly. He shares that, as a kid he always dreamed of going to luxurious places and leading a successful lifestyle. So, when he grew up he went after it. When he was 19, he became a part of MOV. The rest is history.

Now, Mohamed travels all around the world, and inspires thousands of people to chase their dreams. His journey has taught him many lessons. Mohamed BDJ shares his knowledge on how to overcome struggles and become successful.

Push What You Can’t Break

Mohamed never believed in no-win scenarios. He is a man who sees good in everything. Even if you face an unsolvable problem, you can take some knowledge from it. If you come across a road block, what do you do? Do not turn back, but wind your way through the failures and struggles. Push through things that you can’t break. The only way out of struggle is hustle. If you whine about the problems, you can never solve it. Always look for a way to make it happen! 

Be Aligned With Your Work

The reason why people stop meeting their goals, or feel unmotivated is because they do not enjoy what they do anymore. Mohamed has a solution for that – be aligned with your work. He says “If you are not passionate about your work, you will not be passionate about your life”. Do not let your business become a job for you, enjoy every single minute of it. Be aligned with your work and goals with passion, and you can solve any problems that come your way.

In The End it’s Worth it

The late night work, the ups and down, the frustration, the rejections, all will be worth it in the end. Whenever you face doubts, remember the end goal, remember why you started in the first place. Mohamed says “Failure is giving up. Your dreams are worth a lot more.” He says that it may not be easy, but keep pushing, growing, striving for better. Your vision is way more precious than a few bumps in the road.

Use Criticism as Fuel

Mohamed shared his experience with haters and critics. He said that there are people who criticize his every single move, there are people who look down on him. But he never let them get to him. Mohamed said that “ Every man who ever tried to change the world remained unfazed by criticisms and insults”. He expresses that if one’s mind is motivated, then the person will only be goal focused. All the hatred, should only fuel the fire. The best way to shut haters up, is to go after your goals like your life depends on it. And smash it out of the park.

Mohamed BDJ remained calm through his struggles. His failures were lessons. The knowledge he now shares did not come without pain. But that is what makes him a trail blazer. He is a humble badass who believes that hustle is the only cure for struggle.

If you want to learn more about Mohamed BDJ, follow him on Instagram @mo_bdj

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