Born in Toronto, Canada, Jerome Clarah is an entrepreneur, an influencing public figure, a travel junkie with world mapped right where his passion lies, and an ace investor. He completed his schooling in marketing with his steady inclination towards setting up his own business. He played basketball in the college.
He runs a marketing firm that provides photography and videography services to the clients. It also provides logo design services, website development, and maintenance, training and consulting.
He has also marked his presence in the real estate industry as an investor for a couple of years. He has also been a pioneer in the affiliate marketing industry with an inclination towards helping and supporting others financially. He has been trading in the Forex foreign exchange market for over three years.
Holding multiple successes, he holds numerous cards to generate and grow income, and guide others towards the same. Growing up, he was a rebel at heart. He always questioned and contradicted the old saying about getting a degree, finding a job, never talking to strangers, and money being the root of all evil.
He founded out real quick that money does grow on trees and the money isn’t as evil as the older generation said it was. He also believes that if you’re a bad person, bad things will happen to you; and if you do good deeds, Karma will play blessing rather than a curse.
He also believes your network is your net-worth. This statement, if understood in broken lines, can transform failure into success instantly.
He always saw people with a lot of money but not much time to enjoy it. On the other side of things he witnessed people with all the time in the world just no money. So he wanted to find that balance. The thin line, the grey area. So when he was working retail, during the day he would ask people what they did and they all said they either invested or had businesses. This compelled him to push his brain cells into the art of selling. Into Entrepreneurship.
The love to create solutions rather than problems inspired him in this wonderful, wonderful journey.
The biggest challenge for him was he always had a fear of what the people think about him. He would spend time trying to decode their thoughts and that’s what demotivated him at times. He learned his lessons and understood that people will always have opinions about you. People will always judge a book by its cover.
The point is whom to take seriously?
He understood that if you really want something in life, go after it and slay it in style. Competition should be healthy and insecurity should never overpower the path to success. Be aggressive, and dominate- this is the best way to face life in the 21st century. You’ll be rewarded with financial freedom, emotional stability, and work-life balance.