James Hsu is a professional speaker, author the book "Mobilizing People", performance coach and owner of MPM (Mobilizing People Marketing). James is a connector of people and over 45,000 people in the Las Vegas area has watched a movie with James.
At the age of 19 James met a mentor that started him on his entrepreneurial journey. He started a video production and marketing company with zero experience in video and built it up to a successful business in the Las Vegas People.
What you learn from this episode:
- The importance of finding a mentor
- Starting a business
- Using your passion towards business
- connecting to people
- How to convert sales in business by getting to the "no"
- Ways to step out of your comfort zone
- How to get paid to eat at restaurants
- Becoming a professionally speaker
- How to learn from your mistakes in business
Getting in touch with James Hsu:
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