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While many people veer off-track during young adulthood, far less turn their lives around and go on to establish multi-million dollar businesses.
Nik Robbins belongs in this exceedingly small group.
While in his teens, Nik became involved in the misuse of substances such as drugs and alcohol. Within a short period of time, Nik found himself in trouble, and it was clear that his life lacked direction.
But Nik remembered something very important that saved him during his darkest days. He recalled how his father would listen to motivational messages by Tony Robbins. More importantly, he recollected how his father would insist that he listen, too, and stressed the importance of having dreams. It was at that moment that Nik took the first step towards personal development, and it helped him to get his life in order.
As anyone who has fallen off the horse can attest, hopping back on is not an easy feat. Nik’s past continued to haunt him, but he held on steadfastly to his dreams and he completed his university degree. He didn’t let anything deter him. That determination paid off in the end as Nik finished college and started a new career working as a salesman in the NBA.
With mentors like Deno and Mino, Nik learned the importance of professionalism and using those skills to strengthen his craft. While working with Ben, his business partner, Nik was advised to stretch his wings and soar higher. He needed to get out of his comfort zone and switch territories to make this happen. With the embers of ambition burning, Nik, took a leap of faith and moved to Utah. He was prepared to try this next chapter on his own
Things were tough in the beginning. Sales didn’t come as expected, and Nik had to survive by playing fantasy sports. In April 2016, Nik encountered Billy Gene and his life trajectory shifted. Billy introduced Nik to the idea of creating a FB agency, which really connected. He and his business partner ran with it.
Running the agency wasn’t always smooth, though. There were major hurdles to overcome, and sometimes clients were scarce.
With the FB agency stuttering in performance, Nik decided to set up a call floor. He spent about $250k pulling it all together, but it never took off quite as planned. To the typical entrepreneur, this would have been the end of the dream. Luckily that was not the case for Nik.
Refusing to succumb to failure, Nik picked himself up, brushed himself off, and held onto his vision that things would get better even in the face of incredibly challenging circumstances. Boy, he was right!
During the difficult times, Nik stumbled upon teachings from Alex Becker. His educational philosophies revolved around the strategies of sales scaling and webinars. With the help of mentor John Logar, Nik dramatically improved the performance of his agency while creating an online ads company focused on assisting health workers to attract clients.
For Nik, his personal skill set of prioritizing self-development has helped him to break the ceiling of limitation, no matter how strongly the odds were stacked against his success. Nik’s unbending resolve to achieve his vision pushed him to the pinnacle of his career.
Nik now works tirelessly to help entrepreneurs hit the jackpot using sales tools like webinars to gain the attention of their target market. For the award-winning entrepreneur, he believes a lot of people are unaware of the power that the brain possesses especially when it comes to their personal development.
With a strong sense of purpose, Nik explains:
“Vision and belief are important. I wake up every day and NO MATTER WHAT my circumstance looks like around me… I believe that I am on my way to accomplishing my dreams and goals. Then I sit down and execute. By far, the most powerful thing I ever did was invested heavily in my personal development. I spent ungodly amounts of time working on myself and improving how my brain operates.”