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Today’s interview for the Millionaire Secrets podcast, The “Go High Level” Multi-Millionaire Software Developer, is with a good friend of mine, Shaun Clark.
Shaun is a serial entrepreneur and multi-millionaire. His latest success story is a saas business called: HighLevel.
HighLevel is a software that helps marketers and marketing agencies turn leads into customers.
This is Shaun’s third successful saas company. He began the journey to his first million as a college dropout at just 20 years old.
But the most fascinating thing about Shaun?
By trade, Shaun is a software developer. He studied computer science at college.
It’s a sticking point that I come across time and again in the ENTRE community…
…people believe if you have such a logical mind, you’ll struggle with the creativity needed for entrepreneurship.
Shaun puts that fallacy to the sword.
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