Entrepreneur Brandon Nguyen never looked back after dropping out of university. It has not always been easy for Brandon but he found his rhythm early. He has truly found the blueprint to success and we hear all about his remarkable journey so far.
$300 Million Vision
The impressive Brandon Nguyen, known as YENGUB, is incomparable to other 22-year-olds.
His resilience and desire to succeed are traits that set him apart from most. But his journey has not come without its challenges.
The university drop out started his entrepreneurship journey when he was 19 and, having sold over $15 million online in the past year across his eCommerce stores, he considers himself as an entrepreneur, mentor and direct response marketer.
However, despite already achieving an incredible amount in his life so far, Brandon refuses to let up in his efforts as he vows to smash through more goals in the coming years.
His ambition will be daunting for most people, but Brandon is not most people. He has set his sights on making more than $300 million in 10 years and to make everyone around him financially literate and wealthy. He also wants to make an impact on other people’s lives and help them build multi-million dollar companies as well.
He has already achieved a vast amount – but his list of accomplishments is only set to get bigger in the future.
After dropping out of university with a 1.2 GPA and not knowing anything about business and marketing, he has shown incredible determination to become a leader in the eCommerce drop shipping community and one of the most reputable content creators in the eCommerce space online.
He has gone from $0 To $1,000,000 In one month with his own eCommerce store, made $2,000,000 in one month with his own eCommerce store and made $10,000,000 plus in one year with his own eCommerce stores.
In addition, he was awarded by Zipify (Shopify’s top upsell app) multiple times for $1 million plus in upsells and was awarded by Clickfunnels 2-Comma-Award within two months.
Stubborn But Open-Minded
But what are the main factors that led Brandon to where he is right now?
Having a good mentor in the early stages of his life and being a part of a community outside of school were crucial. Mentors were huge for him because they kept him on track.
Furthermore, he used to be involved in boxing and he thinks that taught him a lot in relation to perseverance, not being afraid and self-control. It showed him that with time and focus you can get better at anything.
Meanwhile, Brandon also highlights the importance of experiencing tons of humility, embarrassment and struggle early on in life. This adversity ranged from bullies and girlfriends dumping him to just straight up risk-taking and failing. But he emphasized that you live and you learn.
His parents also came from a tough place, Vietnam during the war, so he does not like to ask them for things and disappoint them.
However, this is not because of their pressure on him but because he understands how hard they are working and knows they started from scratch as well.
Brandon is also very stubborn but open-minded at the same time, which kept him going through all of the challenges and difficulties in entrepreneurship. You have to be unshakeable.
But away from work, Brandon also believes it is crucial to set aside time for passions in your free time. In his free time, he likes to spend time with family and learn, while the three core values in his life are family, business and learning.