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In this episode, I talk with entrepreneur Jaiden Vu who is a high school dropout and shares his struggle of leaving home as a senior in high school to working minimum wage learning to be a chef. He shares how he had times when he felt like he had depression, was struggling to make ends meet since he was trying to make it on his own, and how difficult it was trying to pursue his passion of becoming a chef while trying to pay all the bills.
He talks about how he had to live couch to couch at friends' houses until he met someone who showed him their paycheck and he was surprised to see at how much they were making. He began to learn sales and start to sell products and services to people and is now a high performance sales coach who teaches others on how to close more deals.
What stood out to me about this interview was that Jaiden had to overcome his own limiting self beliefs, low self esteem, and recreate himself to be able to sell himself to others and a lot of times, it's our mindset that prevents us from dreaming bigger, going after our goals, and living our life to the fullest potential.
I hope you are encouraged from this episode and can use what you learn from this to better yourself, build your business, and go after your purpose and passion in life.
Jaiden also talks about how he had to leave his passion to pursue profit but how it is still important to go after what will truly make you feel fulfilled in life while also making money to be able to provide for yourself and your family.
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