Jul 2, 2020

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Story Behind Jamil Saidi’s Success

Story Behind Jamil Saidi’s Success

Born on the 27th of august 1969, in Tonk Rajasthan. Jamil’s flamboyant lifestyle and ambition to strive  inspire many in rajasthan which has resulted in a huge fan following to an extent where thousands of people come to take pictures and autographs from him whenever he visits his home town. His life is an epitome of a honest, hardworking and fascinating journey. From finishing schooling in one of the most leading schools in India, Jamil went off to london to make his dreams turn into reality just at the age of 19.

As humble as it sounds for a month or two just to get a glimpse of the world from the other end he became a waiter at a high end restaurant as an intern in mayfair london which resulted in him meeting business tycoons and political leaders from all over the world.

After a while, because of his expertise and range of contacts his business was a success in london and gradually started expanding it in germany.Seven years later the bizman came back to work in india and many political leaders sought interest in him because of his knowledge and experience.

Soon he was appointed as the General secretary of youth congress. However, after a while he realised that politics wasn’t his forte and it was business that interests him.

He continued doing wonders in business  for himself, his wife Ammu and his two children Aryaan and Shayaan. He believes that “there is no secret for success. It is the result of preparation, hardwork and failure, and the best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.” He also added that “

The people in his home town look upto him as a role model and whenever is in town he is invited to give speeches to thousands of people. A few months back, in January, his speech about poverty and the importance of culture and religion to the people of Tonk, rajasthan had become trending and was widely being circulated across his home town.

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