For Moyn Islam, the most valuable skill that aids in his entrepreneurial success did not come from a particular job or degree program. He catalyzes his career growth by building as well as fostering solid relationships. Of course, hard work is another key to succeeding as an entrepreneur as it takes grit, after all. “The most valuable thing for me was diving right in and getting started, learning as I went.” He set his own path.
As per Forbes’ survey, the grand slams of entrepreneurship come from young and inexperienced 20-somethings. No scam, no sabotaging; they succeeded based on their talent, commitment, and perseverance. Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin, the Google founders, achieved victory before turning 30.
Yes, it is suitable for Moyn also. He did odd jobs, faced setbacks, but he could never feel content and wanted to become financially strong. When he turned 23, he realized he had to take a giant leap forward. Following his passion through every obstacle, Moyn and his brothers Monir Islam and Ehsaan Islam have successfully established a technology company, BE.
“I wanted to set an example that anyone could become someone if they cracked on two things: ‘WHY’ you needed to be someone and ‘HOW’ to do it. With the right attitude and passion, you’ll get there soon enough.”
Moyn Islam’s net worth is not what he achieves but what he does to inspire others. The most significant earnings for him are the success and respect that he gets from his team, which is the driving force. He inspired hundreds of aspiring entrepreneurs to become one-million-dollar earners in the industry, achieve record-breaking targets, and climb the pyramid of success in a short span of time. He rightly mentored them to perfect their skills and build brilliant business ventures using BE’s existing plug-and-play online solutions that offer immense value. He is in constant touch with their needs and their desires and is abreast of what boosts them to do better in their lives.
3 Ds of Entrepreneurship!
Based on his experience, he believes that business success requires 3 Ds: big dream, discipline, and dedication toward work and people around. He encouraged them to master these qualities because he knows that there is no shortcut in life.