I love living my epic student life, but I am serious about entrepreneurship, especially for young people.
I am one of the luckiest people on Earth.
How? I have the loveliest families who support me all the way, the best boyfriend who lets me bully him all the time, but teaches me lots of valuable lessons in life, the most awesome friends anyone can ask for and the best thing life shares equally to everyone: youth.
What is Start Young Finish First blog?
With this blog, I plan to be transparent about my every move in the blogosphere. I want to bring as much information, inspiration, tips and trick as I can, for you. Business events I attend/ participate in, interesting/ popular/ influential business men and women, good/ inspirational books I read, business opportunities for you, things that benefits us-young entrepreneurs, tricks that I collect that help us in making more money/friends/partnerships/success… It’s all out there for us to see, learn, be inspired and take action.
No, I don’t want to be attention seeker, in fact I want the exact opposite. I want to show you top tips that I learn from experts, skills that I endure from real experiments, stories that I obtain from real life so that you too can make the most out of your young entrepreneur life. Some call “entrepreneurship” the game of luck and skills. I call it” an awesome way of living”. I strongly believe anyone with a passion for financial freedom, a strong will to stand up and keep going after falling, a cool head to make decisions under pressure and a loving heart to give back, can live an awesome entrepreneur life.
Starting young is not hard. In fact, many of the youngsters are already making business trips across the globe, exchanging FB contacts with big names, making a fortune in international deals… This blog will connect you with these young entrepreneurs so you too can have a taste of the awesome life=).
If you are not doing business but thinking about it, it is totally cool to see what it’s like, how others run theirs, be inspired and make your own decisions. I love to hear from you and your achievements so that many other too can be inspired.
It is true that being successful means a lot of effort, a lot of patience and a little bit of luck. As Pat Lynn from the blog and Corbett Barr blog put it, the best sale pitch is no sale pitch at all. I’m planning to follow their footsteps and provide non-biased recommendations on stuff I personally use.
Thanks so much for reading up till now, it shows you care and are ready to finish first. I am forever thankful for this. I hope to see and share your thoughts on the blog sometime soon!