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25-year-old entrepreneur Steve Maltby helps members reach financial freedom

By the end of 2022, Steve had created multiple passive income streams, boasting a commendable six-figure profit.

Photo courtesy Steve Maltby
Photo courtesy Steve Maltby

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Every so often, there comes a tale that ignites our aspirations to think beyond the ordinary. Amidst tales of triumph, Steve Maltby’s story stands out. At the young age of 25, he serves as an inspiration for individuals eager to embark on their entrepreneurial journey, teaching them the importance of perseverance and diligent effort.

A few years ago, Steve found himself employed in a butcher’s shop from 9 to 5—a world quite distinct from the realm where he now thrives as an entrepreneur. When Steve was 23 years old, he made the decision to bid farewell to his stable job and venture into starting his own enterprise. Despite lacking experience in this domain, he courageously took the leap of faith. Many individuals, including some family members and friends saw Steve’s choice as a mistake. However, for Steve this wasn’t merely a gamble; rather, it was a calculated decision aimed at forging a better future for himself.

Certainly, his early days were filled with trials. Facing countless challenges, from initial setbacks to battling internal self-doubt, the road wasn’t easy. But in these moments of self-doubt, he found support in his mentor, who helped him see past the immediate obstacles and envision the bigger picture. With this guidance and Steve’s renewed determination, he started to set up profitable businesses and secured life-changing business-to-business (B2B) deals that guaranteed a recurring profit. By the end of 2022, Steve had created multiple passive income streams, boasting a commendable six-figure profit.

While his achievements are noteworthy, Steve’s perspective on age in business is equally compelling. In a society that often associates success with age or long years of experience, Steve’s story reveals that age truly doesn’t matter. Embracing the advancements of the modern digital era, he taps into the concept of ‘WiFi money,’ managing most of his work seamlessly from his mobile device. This tech-savvy approach hasn’t just fueled his success; it allows him to work from anywhere around the world, travel the world for pleasure, and assist others in building their businesses.

But Steve’s accomplishments don’t end with his personal milestones. His desire to give back makes his journey truly heartwarming. Using his experiences as a foundation, Steve has built a robust training and mentoring platform. Through this, he’s been the catalyst for transformation for countless individuals, guiding them from the confines of their 9 to 5 jobs to the exhilarating world of financial freedom.

For Steve, it isn’t just about money or freedom but about building a community. He continually works towards nurturing a space filled with like-minded individuals. Through hosting workshops and events, he offers a chance for members to connect, share, and grow together.

But why does Steve do all this? It’s simple. He wants to show anyone in his previous position that it’s possible. For him, the keys to success are threefold: taking risks, moving out of one’s comfort zone, and putting in hard work. He firmly believes that once these elements are in place, success isn’t just a possibility; it’s a guarantee.

Reflecting on his journey, Steve’s transformation from a butcher at 16 to an entrepreneurial force at 23 is nothing short of inspiring. His story is about his success and how strong, hopeful, and determined he is. It proves that if you really want something and work hard, you can achieve it and do great things.

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Jon Stojan is a professional writer based in Wisconsin. He guides editorial teams consisting of writers across the US to help them become more skilled and diverse writers. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his wife and children.

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