How I Unknowingly Set Myself Up For Success In My 20s

Want to know the ONE thing I did at a young age that had the biggest long-term impact?

I was 20…

And I moved out west.

If you don’t know my story, here it is (in brief)…

I was living in my hometown of Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Small city on the east coast of Canada.

It’s about 85,000 people today. It was even smaller back then.

From a young age, I always wanted to DO more… to SEE more.

For whatever reason, I always wanted to MOVE.

Long story short… against my dad’s wishes and advice, I packed up my ’87 Jetta and headed west.

But then a whole ton of obstacles got in my way.

9/11 happened while I was driving from the East Coast to the West Coast.

I don’t say that as a “woe is me” thing but as a “life happens” lesson for context.

No employment opps. No contracts. There was nothing.

Job opportunities dried up.

But one of the biggest “blessings” that came from that time in my life…

I was able to capitalize and fund my company, Spheric Technologies.

I want to share the BIG lessons I learned in that season of life.

Watch today’s video to learn more…

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Look, my dad Is my HERO and my mom is my BEST FRIEND.

But I’m SO glad I didn’t listen to them!

Sometimes it’s more important to take a risk and start a new adventure.

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(Here’s a “adventure opportunity”…)

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Dan Martell is a serial entrepreneur, an investor in 40+ startups like Intercom, Udemy, and Unbounce and the creator of SaaS Academy, helping over 800 B2B SaaS founders scale faster. He’s founded five SaaS companies and successfully exited three of them. If you want to scale faster without hitting the usual roadblocks, make sure to follow him on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn & Twitter.

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Originally published at https://www.danmartell.com on May 9th, 2022.

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I coach ambitious software founders | Award-winning angel investor / 5x founder with 3x exits | Speaker | Proud Father.

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Dan Martell

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I coach ambitious software founders | Award-winning angel investor / 5x founder with 3x exits | Speaker | Proud Father.

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