Success is not a product of luck, but of your passion and devotion to achieving your goals.11 Aug 2016/by Alex Parker/0 Comments/in Inspirational Quotes Topics: Passion, Success
Forbes-featured young entrepreneur Alex Parker of Grand Rapids, Michigan says he was bit by the entrepreneurial bug from the time he could comprehend. Growing up, he always was in awe when seeing the lavish lifestyle which successful entrepreneurs and businesspeople lived every day. Throughout elementary and junior high, Alex became more and more fascinated with the entrepreneurial lifestyle, and entered the workforce early in the 9th grade.
In his early teen years, Alex set out and found a position which involved performing publicist/assistant tasks for celebrity reality T.V. star, personal trainer and fitness model, Scott Herman. After realizing his need to raise capital in the later part of the 15th year of his life for use on college and other future expenditures, Alex sought out another opportunity which would help him gain more experience. After searching, Alex became the sole internet marketing coordinator for a private jet management and executive charter flight firm, which introduced him to some of the most luxurious planes and lavish individuals in the nation. During this time period of working as a 16 year-old in a workplace of middle-aged individuals, Alex continued gaining knowledge in public relations, branding, business management, and marketing (especially internet marketing). After managing Brand Strategix for about 6 months and growing it to a near million dollar business, Alex put his knowledge to work by starting Brand Strategix, a national internet marketing firm based out of Grand Rapids, MI.
After just months of owning and managing Brand Strategix, Alex began to realize just how much time was being taken out of his life because of the demanding nature of businesses which feature that client-service provider relationship, causing him to take control of his life by starting an internet marketing business. With this business, Alex now has been able to take control of his life by now having a business that is on virtually complete autopilot, making him money in his sleep (and even while in school) through means of attraction marketing and using the power of the internet, and also being able to take flash-vacations and work on his own time (as much as he wants, where he wants). Alex is hoping to hit the 7-figure income mark by the end of 2013. With this business, Alex has been featured in many publications and other means of media including the Reuters board in New York's Times Square.
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