If there is one thing that the young people of today need to follow, it is: Never give up. Even if one is unsure about their goal or doesn’t know why they want to achieve it, they must keep trying and pushing and struggling. And as they move down the street not giving up, while holding their head high, a time will come when people will recognize them as someone who didn’t give up.
Born in San Francisco, Leo Valentino was raised in a city near it called San Bruno. He even had his first taste of entrepreneurship while he was just in 1st grade. Can you imagine!? While he started doing eCommerce in his early ages, it wasn’t long after that he found out what the digital age could provide for the world.
And till the time he reached 5th grade, he had made his first $1,000 and soon was making 5 figures a month at 18 years old.
But then, Covid hits and like most of us, Leo is stuck at home. But he didn’t let the pandemic get to him. While most young men were busy doing nothing, Leo started reading self-development books and learning more about investing.
He came across a real estate forum which helped him learn about networking.
At the same time, he was flipping couches with a friend of his that eventually supplemented his income and he finally flipped his first property. All this routine and self-discipline helped Leo learn a lot about entrepreneurship, persistence, mindset, confidence, and lots more that he now teaches to the world daily.
Leo believes in a set and early routine. He wakes up every morning at 4:30 AM, Monday through Sunday before hopping on an accountability call at 5 AM with 3 friends who are also entrepreneurs.
Not only this, every single evening, Leo plans out his next day from 4:30 AM to 8:00 PM and sleeps by 9 PM.
And before you start to think that success comes as second nature to Leo, be assured that he has had his fair share of failures. Not only did he fail a clothing business but he also failed at his first coaching business.
But, he didn’t let his failures get the better of him and continued pursuing his goals with the consistency that eventually led him to success. A winner’s attitude, we must say!