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Luis Begaj – If you want to succeed you need to set goals

Meet Luis Begaj, a name fast becoming popular in the marketing industry. Luis is a 21 years old social media expert and drop-shipper from Albania. His career as a social media marketer started not so long ago, yet he has made a name for himself in this industry within a short span of time. He […]

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Luis Begaj
Luis Begaj

Meet Luis Begaj, a name fast becoming popular in the marketing industry. Luis is a 21 years old social media expert and drop-shipper from Albania. His career as a social media marketer started not so long ago, yet he has made a name for himself in this industry within a short span of time. He has built up his chore beautifully and is holding it up very well.

If you want to succeed, you need to set goals. Without goals you lack focus and direction. Goal setting not only allows you to take control of your life’s direction; it also provides you a benchmark for determining whether you are actually succeeding. Think about it: having a million dollars in the bank is only proof of success if one of your goals is to amass riches. If your goal is to practice acts of charity, then keeping the money for yourself is suddenly contrary to how you would define success. Goals can’t just be specific. The second step for achieving your goals is to ensure that they’re meaningful. We will always do more to achieve a goal that has a deep-rooted meaning to us than we will to achieve something that’s superficial. So, if you want to have a million dollar net worth because of the status it affords, you can forget about your chances for success says Albania.

“It’s not the will to win, but the will to prepare to win that makes a difference.” This quote by Bear Bryant rings profoundly true. It’s easy to have the will or the motivation to win, but that desire won’t get you anywhere unless you are prepared to take the necessary steps to reach that end goal. Without that decision to commit, your desire is just a wish.

Think about what you really want. Maybe it’s the body you’ve always dreamed of. Perhaps it’s to become stronger, both physically and mentally. Maybe you want to win your first boxing match. Whatever that desire is burning in your heart, commit to it. Decide to give it your all and put in the work to make that dream a reality.

Now, as the world is still recovering from the pandemic, we have more people sitting at home, having easy access to digital platforms and social media. And this, in turn, has made it difficult for new and upcoming marketers to survive. However, successful entrepreneurs like Luis develop relevant skills over time that help them reach target customers better. Talking about his story, Luis says, “Since in an early age, I was very keen on Socials, and I loved doing business. Beside this, I wanted to generate money by working from home since I never had an actual job. Being a self-taught marketer, it has put me in many challenges through these years but the experience is what has given me successful results.”

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