From being an average employee to entrepreneur
I started my career in 2005 as a programmer and web developer. I thought I’ll get rich and get my dreams one by one after I finished college.
At first, the pay is good, the work is rewarding, and my primary goal is to climb the corporate ladder and become a successful manager in a multinational company.
As years went by, I got promoted but felt unsatisfied with my career, accumulated huge debt because I thought I could pay it off, and I got the feeling that I “deserve more.”
I also realized that bills are automatic and passive, and I will continue to pay bills as long as I am alive. I noticed that we create systems for our clients to improve their productivity and set the tasks on automatic. So I then realized, why not find a way to put my income on autopilot or passive?
That’s when I began looking for opportunities, and on the 12th of October, 2011, I saw the USANA opportunity, which was the beginning of my entrepreneurial journey. It was one of the most significant decisions I made in my life!
It’s already been a decade since then, and I’m thrilled to switch to an entrepreneur!