By Gurbaksh Chahal

Gurbaksh Chahal's family members emigrated from India to San Jose, California whilst he was once six. He began the web ads corporation ClickAgents from his bed room on the age of sixteen, and bought it years later for $40 million, turning his sibling staff into millionaires and saving his family's dream apartment. dealing with relatives pressures and discrimination as a result of his Sikh history, Gurbaksh moved clear of domestic and labored on the ValueClick for 2 years, changing into the youngest govt of the multi-billion greenback NASDAQ-listed corporation. Chahal then went directly to stumbled on his moment corporation, BlueLithium, which he bought in 2007 to Yahoo! for $300 million. Encouraging humans to successfully harness probability and self-discipline for his or her personal achieve, Chahal stocks his bold own imaginative and prescient and his striking reviews to bare that good fortune is far nearer than so much aspiring marketers realize.

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