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Europe’s Top Financial Advisor Reveals Secrets To be Richest in Meta Verse

Europe's Top Financial Advisor Reveals Secrets To be Richest in Meta Verse
Ayhan Ozden, who is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and one of Europe’s top 10 financial advisor says that, you should be debt-free to be rich in meta verse.

Ayhan Ozden, the author of three internationally bestselling books, including most recently Amazon bestsellers Get Rid Out of Debt for God’s Sake and The Art of Debt-Free Living,  has told our correspondent Martin Schwartz that “the new era will be about Meta verse. In order to be first group of rich people in the meta world, you should be debt free in this world. And in his new best selling book,  The Art of Debt-Free Living, you will discover every secret you should know to be debt free.

Ozden has empowered more than 1 million people internationally through his books, audio books, life training programs. He created the No. 1 personal and professional development program about getting rid out of debt and more than hundred thousand people have attended his interactive consultancy programme.

Ozden told our correspondent Schwartz that, there are some key factors you should implement in this world which will help you to get rich in the meta world. Here are Ozden’s secrets.

Build a Personal Brand Now!

Building a personal brand has several key benefits for entrepreneurs. First, having a recognized personal brand can help give your new business credibility.

“If people know and trust you and your personal brand, they’re more likely to trust your new business,” Ozden says.

Second, the wider your personal audience, the more prospective clients you can reach on any given day.

Ozden suggests building your brand by seeking out publicity both for yourself and for your company by booking speaking engagements and by developing a robust social media following as quickly as you can.

“Each media hit, speaking opportunity or social media post has the potential to bring you a new customer. Personal branding is an essential tool for business success,” Ozden, says.

Your Networth is Your Network

According to Ozden, most entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs already have a more valuable network of contacts than they realize when they get started with their first business.

“When you’re first starting out, don’t forget about your personal network of friends and family,” Ozden says.“You might be surprised how many potential clients already exist within your immediate sphere.”

Friends, family and friends-of-friends are all people with needs, and it will almost always be easier to approach someone you already know about your new business than it will be to approach a total stranger.

Always Be A Student

No matter what, when you start a new business, there will be a learning curve.

Regardless of how well you think you might know your chosen industry, or what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur, you’re always going to encounter new challenges, industry changes or other obstacles that haven’t crossed your path before.

“Thanks to the huge availability of information these days, any entrepreneur can teach him or herself just about anything,” Ozden, says. “I read thousands of books and taught myself all about marketing, sales, accounting, strategy, even personal development metthods. I knew that I needed to understand all of this if I wanted my business to work.”

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