From $7 Network Marketer to Successful Serial Entrepreneur

This episode’s guest Nazir Al-Mujaahid is an under 40 year old serial entrepreneur and father of 8.75 children. He became interested in entrepreneurship as a teen when when his uncle (who owns watermelon stands),  told him that he could buy 5 Rolls Royces cash if he wanted to, despite not learning to read or write until he was in his 30s.  Naturally this peaked Nazir’s interest and he went on to pursue entrepreneurship, first through network marketing. The mistakes Nazir made, in growing his now ultra successful online businesses, are typical to a lot of hungry and driven entrepreneurs.  We also discuss “sales” and the apprehension to selling which paralyzes many from taking action.  Listen to Nazir’s advice on how he runs a successful business and manages a large growing family.

SUMMARY

What makes this episode so special is how much it relates to typical wantapreneurs.  I think everyone who listens to this episode will be able to relate on some level to the topics discussed.  From the negative stigma on sales, to disappointment and failure and ultimately the success and freedom and some other perks that come from being able to control your own income and work schedule.

IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN

  1. What constitutes failure
  2. How to deal with failure
  3. How to approach selling
  4. “Champions are not made in the ring, they are simply recognized there. As entrepreneurs we have to be constantly in the gym”

LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

OutstandingMuslimParents.tv – free parenting videos

Human Metrics.com – free personality test

Muslimsparentingonpurpose.com – book

BOOKS RECOMMENDED IN THIS EPISODE

Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill – Original version 1930s (not the revised editions)

The Charge – Brendon Burchard

The Motivation Manifesto – Brendon Burchard

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