Born in 1982, in the middle of a revolution in Tehran, Iran, Pejman Ghadimi was raised in France for most of his childhood, then immigrated to the United States in 1997. Pejman, raised by a single mother who had very limited resources and as a result, had to become quite resourceful. Due to financial limitations and family obligations, he was unable to go to college, so at a very young age, he worked, learned about telemarketing, which allowed him to earn significantly more than his peers at the time. He learned about banking, rapidly building a name for himself. Within 4 years, with no formal education or specialized training, he had worked his way to Vice President before he left the banking industry to create ventures of his own.
In 2005, Pejman founded VIP Motoring, a luxury lifestyle concierge service. He developed a trust with clients by exhibiting his passion for what he was doing, providing excellent customer service, and treating them like family. He launched Secret Consulting in 2006, which is a business dedicated to teaching others how to be successful. He taught executives and business owners how to succeed through leadership training, support, and private mentorship. Also that year, he launched Secret Entourage, which provided free support, motivation, and inspiration to Generation Y entrepreneurs. That idea has evolved into a full-blown platform that combines lifestyle with business to bring a new level of innovation.
A bestselling author, Pejman has written 10 books, including his most recent, Third Circle Theory. He has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, YEC, Fox Business, Yahoo News and CNN, to name just a few.
TUNE IN to this episode as Pejman chats with Steve, Mary and Richard about self education, understanding and uncovering your greatest potential and your own purpose.
In This Episode
1 – Who is Pejman Ghadimi?; Third Circle Theory is a book based on his theory at 18 years old; Circumstance – Society – Life; Find a level of success in society and learn to be a master2 – He refuses to pose with anything he doesn’t own; The wealth transfer system of liabilities to assets; PJ’s journey to the US; His outlook to never give up comes from his mom; Just be the best at what you do no matter what3 – Bridging the gap on getting ahead; You have to work your way up; Be curious about what is happening and self-educate yourself; The difference between a business owner and an entrepreneur