Well i figured i would tell my own story on this website. I had a normal life as a kid not caring about much besides having friends and playing games but that all changed in high school. During freshman year in high school I was a runner for the outdoor track and indoor track teams running states (only 8th freshman in my state to ever do that.) Throughout freshman year i was popular as can be, had several girlfriends and was living the "fun" life.
At the beginning of sophmore year i was required to get a job. My parents basically forced me and my grades in school plummeted while, i tried doing track and cross country at the same time. I had to drop one and the only thing i could really drop was running. I never wanted to but i had to. After i dropped running all the "friends" i had obtained throughout my freshman year ditched me. I became an outcast. People would make fun of me and call me a waste of talent, and that i would never aspire to anything in life without running. My grades plumeted. My girlfriend i had left me during my sophmore year and starting dating my "best friend". I was at the lowest point in the lows. I became a zombie just going to school and comming home playing computer games. I then became friends with the other "loser" in the grade who i actually learned was far better then all those friends i had previously called friends. We hung out all the time, planning things. Talking, trying to make a future for ourselves. We discovered the power of the internet and the potential it could create. At the end of sophmore year my friend and I were studying the internet constantly for hours upon hours a day about ways to make money on the internet. We decided to not let everyone in the school get the best of us and prove that we werent worthless, that we could attract girls that we could make a difference that we werent pathetic. Even teachers behind our backs would call us worthless and say we wouldnt get anywhere in life.
Junior year was a blur. The same as previously said, we would go to school, everyone would make fun of us then we would go home.. It was just awful. I only had 1 friend. We both would go home and research Online business. How to make money, how to change ourselves, how to become better. Junior year ended the same way as sophmore year.
Senior year was the big turn in events. We decided to not let anymore pick on us anymore, we changed ourselves inside and out, not into bullies but into men who would stick up for themselves. We were still picked on daily for our "silly" dreams on hitting it big through the internet. The people who didnt make fun of us would just look the opposite direction so they wouldnt have to associate with us. But finally round december of our senior year we hit it big. We found the jackpot. We found CPA products, we found out how to advertise them, we found all the secret information that the "guru's" ebook would always hide. We started to roll in money. Then came february only a couple months later, we had both already earned in excess of $300,000. We proceded doing CPA offers as well as making our own products. I hired my own team of managers and copy writers and designers. During the month of may, 3 months after february we both had over $750,000 each, in only 6 months. The last 2 weeks of senior year was the greatest moment of my life.
I had purchased my first ferrari at the ripe old age of 18. Drove it to school the next morning with my friend in the passenger seat. Everyone was in shock. Everyone for the past 3 years had been calling my friend and I hopeless and that we could never succeed. (thr favorite saying was if you could get rich online why wouldnt everyone be doing it. Ha funny.) Everything changed they all wanted to become friends. They all asked questions from the guys who made fun of us to the teachers. We would just never answer them. Just went upon our life as normal as it had always been the previous 3 years. To this day i still havent talked to anyone from my high school except my best friend who endured it all with me. I still cannot forget the looks on thr faces when the "impossible" to them appeared infront of thr eyes.
In roughly 6 months from now I will finally be turning 21. I love my life and I love my job.
I hope this story can inspire some people out there to never give up, even when what seems like the whole world is hating on you and telling you its not possible.
ps. never give up.