With the age of Social Media and the power for quite literally everyone, no matter who they are, where they come from, or what niche they populate, to be able to become famous, with or without success following that fame. This phenomenon has led to a deep aversion to hard work and long-term prosperity for the average consumer. The stories of successful entrepreneurs like Justin Saini are a living example that the value of being successful without obnoxious fame can bring.
Justin’s family, who natively hails from India, made the journey to America more than 40 years ago. Being first-generation immigrants, Justin watched as his family struggled with money and and quickly resolved that completely supporting his family financially, and building a lifestyle reserved for only the most diligent, would be a priority goal in life to reach.
“Seeing my family struggle financially as immigrants was a catalyst for my desire to become successful, I figured if they had the courage and took the risk to come to a new country, with a new language and customs. What would I be, if I didn’t take the risk to make the most out of their sacrifice.” Justin explains.
Justin then began his entrepreneurial journey just as early as middle and high school, where he took on simple ventures such as sneaker buying and selling, and even jailbreaking iPhones for his peers. By the age of 19, Justin was even able to find a passion for foreign exchange markets where he found his first large-scale successes
Justin has since gone on to share his wealth of experiences through his consultation service and enter a wide variety of other businesses and industries, taking advantage of any markets he can find, all while remaining primarily anonymous to the public in a way that offers freedom for him and his family to continue to grow and prosper in private.
As Justin explains, “Freedom, being able to create my own income and live the kind of life that was once only reserved for the famous. In today’s world you can create wealth online and live like royalty and still not be “known”. As a previous introvert this was appealing to me and I wanted to be that undercover success story.”