“I want to make everyday better than the day before” with Immy Tariq

#1 Best Selling Author. Geometric Lead Generation Expert. Co-Founder and CEO at Webmetrixgroup

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What’s your backstory?

I was born and raised in London. I went to university to do Molecular Medicine and Biochemistry, was going to medical school. I moved to the united states and got mentoring from Bob Proctor after I learnt that I couldn’t do real estate investing like I did in London because I couldn’t get funding due to no connections and no credit. Bob Proctor put me into OMG and taught me to learn how to generate traffic for companies because with traffic comes leads and all business needs more leads. I focused on mastering every form of traffic and joining all of Bob Proctors recommendations and perfected it all. I wrote a book 2 years later which became a #1 best seller and was interviewed on national TV By NY Times Best selling Author of Chicken soup for the soul – Jack Canfield. I am being interviewed on CNN & CNBC in the next few months.

I know this is not an easy job. What drives you?

I want to make everyday better than the day before, without momentum we have frustration and eventually doubt and self defeating thoughts will set in

So what exactly does your company do?

My company creates a digital footprint to drive leads and enable you to have an asset that will set your family up for generations

Is there someone who made a big difference in your life who helped you get to where you are today? What lesson did you learn from them?

There are many people who have impacted me greatly but my greatest impact is my wife Aimee Tariq and my father. My wife – lessons I learnt from her are countless but the greatest lesson I learnt from her is to read which has changed my entire destiny for I never used to read before her. My father died in my arms but he taught me to be relentless and never give up because the moment you give up the only glimmer of hope you have will be extinguished for certain and nothing is certain till it has happened.

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