Phenomenal Success Story of Young Entrepreneur Waqar Ahmed

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Success in underdeveloped countries is defined by obtaining a government position. It doesn’t matter if whatever it pays you. Obtaining one for yourself by acquiring a high level degree from the most expensive institution, is success . If you don’t examine this option, you’ll be deemed a failure. So, here is the story of one such “futile” individual. 

Waqar Ahmed is the cofounder of the digital marketing firm “Neusul.”  Waqar, like every other Pakistani adolescent, was obligated to attend school in order to secure a government position. Despite the fact that traditional academics bore him to tears, he continued to attend school with little enthusiasm. There was no way out because he needed to show the world that he was capable of landing a government job to establish his worth. 

But then something miraculous happened: his creativity sprang up and produced a completely new way of living for him. When this boy began using Facebook, the internet was in full swing. By tinkering with Facebook pages, he discovered that they have large audiences and that he could profit from them. So, Waqar made a wise decision. He continued to use the internet while also attending school. Furthermore, he planned to leave college and focus on his digital marketing profession once he was adept and confident enough.  

Waqar persisted in his struggle until he persuaded his family that his interests were incompatible with traditional education. After watching the person making some serious money, the family was finally convinced. He acquired a luxurious lifestyle when he was a teenager and continued on his quest. He never stopped learning and developing as a social media monster. He continued to build his business, believing in the finest. Top local and international personalities began partnering with him due to his skill in social media. 

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Waqar Ahmed always say that, “a country cannot flourish without entrepreneurship.” He urged that, it is up to the government to foster entrepreneurship by providing funding and an easy and dignified exit if their companies fail. It’s why it’s called entrepreneurship if there’s a certain amount of failure built in. Newcomers are likely to be discouraged if they fail. 

It is necessary to continue the cycle. In either situation, the state emerges victorious. The state benefits from entrepreneurship because it creates jobs and pays taxes. This now applies not only to individuals who are educated, skilled, and motivated, but also to medium and large-scale businesses. 

According to societal standards, he failed to become “successful.” Despite this, he has accomplished what the majority of so-called “successful” people could never imagine. 

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