Crowd1 Testimonial with a President One Star

Let’s go a couple months back in time, more exactly to December and the Live Miggster Event where we had the opportunity to interview a dedicated Crowd1 President * Star. In this interview, Mr. Forhad explained how Crowd1 has helped him during the pandemic and why Crowd1 is useful for anyone no matter who you are or where you are.

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The Bangladeshi President *, Nurul H Forhad, started networking back in 2004 and realized quickly that this is what he’d been looking for to change his life. Forhad views himself very privileged that he has been able to work with fantastic mentors, his father included.

Forhad is proud of the fact that he has been able to help hundreds of people in Crowd1 during the pandemic. With people losing their jobs and businesses, there was a great source of frustration for them. He believes that with Crowd1, many got some sort of security. Apart from that, “The best experience I want to share is this visit to Stockholm, the Miggster launch event and being able to visit the Stockholm office. They are humble people with real structure and long-term vision.”

Furthermore, Forhad had some tips for anyone wishing to succeed within Crowd1. He believes that you don’t need to be great to start, but that you need to start to be great. You should always be in a peak state of believing that you are doing the best thing in the world. And finally, educate yourself. “Know what to do and how to do, follow the system, follow your leaders, never miss meetings, training and events.”

Reflecting on his own life, if he could coach his younger self, he would tell him to never listen to dream stealers and never give up. But most importantly, to be yourself and know that if you want to become successful in your life, you have to take personal responsibility in your life and work.

What is the best advice he has received?

“Start where you are, use what you have and do what you can.”