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You can only fail when you stop trying: Saamu Khan

Everything in life is hard before it becomes easy. As we try new things, often times things go wrong. Does this mean we failed? No, I don’t believe it necessarily does. When we started our family, we made many mistakes. Some really bad. Does this mean we failed as parents? If we would have given […]

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Saamu Khan
Saamu Khan

Everything in life is hard before it becomes easy. As we try new things, often times things go wrong. Does this mean we failed? No, I don’t believe it necessarily does.

When we started our family, we made many mistakes. Some really bad. Does this mean we failed as parents? If we would have given up, then yes we would have failed. When we try to do something out of the ordinary, we often struggle. The more we do something like this the better we get at it. Does this mean we failed each time we tried as we were still learning? I believe the answer would be no.

The 2020 pandemic affected all industries and brought them on the verge of recession. But, with the pandemic on its downfall, the competition amongst social media influencers has become tough. With more people spending lesser time on their mobile screens, it has become a more difficult task to keep engagements live. But, Mr. Saamu Khan’s vision for the world is elite-class and filled with kindness for the underprivileged. Born on the 10th of February, 1993, Saamu is a Pakistani by birth and is currently based out of Dubai. Although he has degrees like B. Com. and of Law, most of his school education happened in standard government schools of Pakistan. He started his career in Law in Pakistan and then later moved to the UAE for the same.

Saamu Khan is working hard to achieve his goals and aspirations. Saamu being an entrepreneur, had this vision to bring together a group of like-minded individuals on one platform to create historical business advent. He says, “You only fail when you stop trying.”

The headquarters of his company is currently in Tbilisi, Georgia. And it comprises a group of international investors interested in doing business and real estate. Saamu is an investor by heart and owns properties in the most valuable and posh locations in Tbilisi. He waited for the right moment in the business timeline of recent years and grabbed the right opportunities as they occurred.

The wisest, most loving, and well-rounded people you have ever met are likely those who have known misery, known defeat, known the heartbreak of losing something or someone they loved, and have found their way out of the depths of their own despair.  These people have experienced many ups and downs, and have gained an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, understanding and deep loving wisdom.  People like this aren’t born; they develop slowly over the course of time. Truth be told when hard times hit, and the challenges you face are great, you can either let your situation define you, let it destroy you or let it strengthen you he said

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