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Billionaire in your 20s?



To any entrepreneur: if you want to do it, do it now. If you don’t, you’re going to regret it. A quote by Catherine Cook seems fit for my journey of entrepreneurship since I am someone who started early, i.e., at the age of 19. 


People call me Manvi Jain. Coming from a middle-class background and facing adversity, I have always had a strong desire to strike out on my own and develop my own empire. I was in a tight spot financially, and I could see the difficulties that come with operating a conventional business, so I decided to give it a go as a young entrepreneur. 

While studying for my BBA, which stands for "bachelor of business administration," I became aware that we were being trained for long-term hectic employment i.e. a 9-5 job. It's funny how you're training yourself for the 9-to-5 rat race while studying business. This idea suffocated me. With the motivation to apply what I'd learned in the movies to the real world, I plunged headfirst into business alongside my normal academic pursuits.


Every entrepreneur faces difficulties in their own unique way. I came from a very traditional family that didn't approve of my choices, so I had to keep my business and academic pursuits secret from them. My academic accomplishments so far have earned me the title of "scholar," for I have always aced my academics and it is vital that I preserve that status as I work hard to achieve my professional goals. Even with a tight budget, I was able to pull off the feat. I put in 15-hour days at the office so that I could retire in my twenties if I desired to.


Alongside this, I have also made certain accomplishments. I began making money in foreign currencies while procuring my position as a billionaire at the age of 21. I am now a trainer for the world's greatest multinational corporation. I have educated over 5,000 young people to start their own businesses while producing over 100 people with salaries of $500,000 or more.


While I have successfully established myself as a flourishing entrepreneur, I advise budding entrepreneurs that they need not squander their lives living someone else's dream; instead, seize the opportunities that business offers and make the most of every moment.

 
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