I’ve had the opportunity to “hang out” with Richard Branson, Tony Robbins, Jeff Hoffman, Dan Pena and many other business leads who have generated billions of dollars in sales.
As a direct result of these meetings and connections I’ve generated millions of dollars in sales so far.
I’m not telling you any of this to impress you, I’m telling you this because I want you to realize that not too long ago I was a broke, punk kid whose shared a 3-bedroom apartment with 13 other people. I also dropped out of college and have no formal education.
And the reason why I’ve been able to get to where I am is because I invested heavily in myself.
I haven’t gotten $20,000 into debt by buying fancy computers and cars. I got into debt because I invested in myself, and even though at the time it wasn’t easy, now that I look back on my previous decision, I can honestly say that investing $20,000 and going into debt in order to improve myself was the best decision of my life.
And I need you to understand one IMPORTANT thing…
All the work I’ve put into building my personal brand was planned and deliberate.
And one of the best things I’ve done for myself is release my own book.
Now you’re probably thinking:
“Okay, Shaqir, it seems that building your personal brand is a lot of hard work and it takes years to do it.
You’re right. Building your personal brand from scratch is hard work and it can take years if you’re doing it alone (I did it alone and it took me years to “crack it”), but…