What It Takes To Be One Of The Wealthiest People In The World (2021)

There are 2,755 Billionaires in the world! πŸ’°

Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk battle for the title of the world’s richest! Altogether these billionaires are worth $13.1 trillion, up from $8 trillion in 2020. The U.S. still has the most billionaires, with 724, followed by China (including Hong Kong and Macao) with 698 billionaires!

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The first 20 or so outside investors put in around $50,000 apiece for a stake of a little less than 1% of the company at the time. If those early investors had held on to their entire stakes, and those stakes had never been diluted by later investors, they would be $3.5+ billion today β€” a return of 70,000x!

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Fares Ksebati is the CEO of MySwimPro, a global technology and media company that creates fitness apps that help people improve their performance and health. Most recently, he was selected for the Forbes 30 Under 30 List for 2020 in Consumer Technology. Fares enjoys sharing his passion for entrepreneurship as a keynote speaker and startup mentor to founders around the world.

MySwimPro is a digital community with over one million members in 180+ countries. The app has received international accolades being named the Best App of the Year by Apple and featured in Sports Illustrated. The company has global partners and an international investor base that spans 36 countries.

Fares is also the Founder of World Swim Day, a global initiative that empowers people around the world to be more active through swimming and promote water safety. He competed on Wayne State University’s Varsity swimming program and graduated summa cum laude from the Mike Ilitch School of Business. Fares continues to compete internationally and is a 3x U.S. Masters swimming individual national champion, certified USA Triathlon Coach and American Swim Coaches Association Fellow.

Before launching MySwimPro, Fares led digital marketing at multiple venture-backed technology startups developing brand strategy and sharable content. His analytic approach to driving growth and creative insight for engaging audiences and branding has been attributed to the success of numerous early-stage companies. Fares, a Syrian-American has been recognized by Arab America as one of 15 Arab Americans who stole the spotlight in 2017.

🚨Financial Disclaimer 🚨
Do your own research! Fares Ksebati is not a licensed financial advisor. This video, the topics discussed, and ideas presented are opinions and presented for entertainment purposes only. Remember, I’m an entrepreneur, not your business advisor or money manager. The information presented should not be construed as financial or legal advice. Always do your own due diligence in all your business decisions and investment opportunities!


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