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Work Smarter Not Harder Can you tell me the story of your prior successes, challenges, and major responsibilities?’ Building large networks obviously, started back in 2014 with Creative Ideas which in about 4 years of it’s creation became one of the largest communities on Facebook gathering 4.5m faster than most of the pages. Nowdays challenge […]

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Can you tell me the story of your prior successes, challenges, and major responsibilities?’

Building large networks obviously, started back in 2014 with Creative Ideas which in about
4 years of it’s creation became one of the largest communities on Facebook gathering 4.5m
faster than most of the pages.
Nowdays challenge is getting DIY Simple on TOP of that niche, i feel it’s like my own
responsability to get it there, where it belongs , on the TOP!

What techniques and methods do you use day to day to stay continuously
motivated, focused and proactive when fear, hardships and procrastination have the best of you?

My motivation is the idea that there is always room for improvement! Never stop the
change, always adapt , always look for new paths!

I know this is not an easy job. What drives you? None of us are able to achieve
success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful
towards who helped get you to where you are? What lesson did you learn from them?

It’s passion about the work that drives me, I love what i do that keeps the wheel going.
Also people that work with me help me most of the time, i’ve worked with Awat & Sangar in
growing DIY Simple and ‘sharing ideas all the time between us’ was the thing that got it
where it is right now. I don’t think we would archive such a growth and so many views in our content if we would not cooperate all together.

What are your “5 things I wish someone told me when I first started” and why.
(Please share a story or example for each.)

Personally i don’t live with regrets , eventhough as i previously said there’s always room
for improvement, i kinda liked the struggles and ‘walls i had to break’ to come up here.

What’s your backstory? How have you changed/grown in the past 5 years? (Or
since you started your business) Has there ever been a time where you gave up or wanted to quit? How did you overcome that feeling?

I’m not perfect, I make a lot of mistakes. I hurt people too and I wasn’t always there for
the ones who really matter, but I can’t do it all. I’m just a 24 year old man doing his best to
become the best. I learn every day as I walk on this journey of life. I have a lot to carry on
my back and it isn’t always easy but I cherish my life and I can only be grateful for the
person I have become over the last years, for the family I have that support me every step
of the way, and for the people surrounding me that truly believe in me.

How will you continue to grow and succeed? Are there any major sacrifices that
you have had to make in order to move forward?

By adapting to changes, by improving the things i do in my work.
Time, that’s the only major sacrifice that it i had to make in order to move forward.
Building such a big networks takes time and hard work, and of course a lot of good growth
ideas take you up!

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