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From earning £3 an hour to scaling million-dollar brands, Omar Choudhury shares his top 5 principles for success




Omar Choudhury, aka OmarConnects, a 21-year-old entrepreneur is unlike many of his peers. In one year, Omar switched career paths; dropping out of university to become a huge name in the digital entrepreneurial space. Now having scaled multiple businesses past 6 and 7 figures, Omar shares his 5 top tips to help you find your own success.

Build your skillset early

Despite growing up in a low-income household, Omar was always out to make as much of an impact as he could. In his teens he did everything to raise capital: Wash cars, sell sweets in school, work experience in every company he could find; he even went a year working in a café for only £3 an hour! No matter the circumstance, Omar believed that having a positive mindset, that focused on learning solid skills rather than worrying about the pay cut is what would separate him in later life. He knew that opportunity was all around him if he lived an abundant life. It only takes a matter of time before it all falls in place.


How do you define grit? For Omar, grit is about never giving up through having a resilient and indomitable mindset. Most people give up right before they have the opportunity to attain a major win. Success is always right around the corner and you never know how close you really are to attaining it. Imagine if Elon Musk or Bill Gates had given up at the start, would they be in the position they are today? It’s important to realize at the start of your journey success isn’t easy as if it was, wouldn’t even already be successful? If you want major wins, you have to be willing to put in the work.


Maintaining a single vision on your business will ensure you do not get distracted from accomplishing your mission. Have you heard the expression before, “the jack of all trades is the master of none?” Why do people fail? Often, it is because they try to do everything at once.

Omar stresses the importance of realizing that the grass isn’t greener on the other side, it’s greener where you water it. Most people get distracted by looking at what someone wealthier is doing, rather than realizing that they were sitting on an unsaturated gold mine themselves.

“Shiny object syndrome is an entrepreneur’s worst enemy, so focus on yourself,” Omar tells us.


Loyalty is the most important characteristic for establishing long term customers and employees. Stay ethical and find people who also value people over profits. Never stray from these values. It is easier to maintain an existing customer than it is to find a new one. The same principle applies to your employees. Take care of your employees and they will take care of you.

Long-Term Mindset

It’s important to always see the bigger picture and remember success does not happen overnight. Having a successful year was the result of 10 years of hard work. There is no such thing as failure, only wins or learning experiences in this game. Most entrepreneurs get impacted when something goes wrong, but it’s vital to remember what the larger picture has in store for you. So, keep your head down and keep working.

While 2020 has been a challenging year for most, Omar stayed committed to his goals and has scaled his main business, Grow With Us Agency past 7 figures with his partners. It’s easy to see why many call Omar “The Prince of Closing Deals” and his team “The Kings of Instagram Branding”, especially with over 1000 happy clients to their name. But, each attribute played a role in helping Omar achieve success. Going forward, Omar is looking to give back by helping to reform the educational system, teaching high-income skills along with the proper mindset needed to help find success.

Richard is a Post-Graduate in Mass Communication who is acquainted with the dos and don’ts of ethical journalism and news writing techniques. He is also a contributor to the World news section at USA Reformer.

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