Spotlight: Aaron Imbe

Every month, leaders are stepping up and working harder than ever to educate, grow their business, and most of all, inspire. It is because of people like them, that Crowd1 has become what it is today. This is a chance to get to know the people behind the success.

What is your background like?

I was raised in a remote village in the Reef Islands of Temotu Province, at the Eastern part of theSolomon Islands. I am a teacher by profession and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Teaching and Education from Goroka University, Papua New Guinea. I got involved in network marketing whilst in university in 2011 and have had the opportunity to work with excellent mentors.

How did you get to where you are now?

Consistent hard work and working with smart leaders - people who are motivated and willing to follow the system provided. I want to be successful in business which has been the driving force pushing me forward.

What has been your biggest challenge?

Hearing negative comments which lead people to feel discouraged and they then leave great business opportunities. I have taught myself not to listen
to unsuccessful people. There is craziness on the internet which must be avoided.

What is the best gift you have given someone?
Giving back to my community through sports events, support for winning teams and token prizes. In addition, giving the gift of sharing the business concept to those who are dear to me.

Who inspires you?

Guidance from Soojay Devraj with the regular training and webinars by Peter Jakobsson has been a great inspiration. Learning and developing myself to improve from other successful people has helped.

What is the best advice you have received?

Be an engaged listener. Seek assistance when in doubt and pass on the skills and knowledge to others.

What has been going through your mind lately?
Making the dream of living a lifestyle that is completely healthy and happy a reality. The need to push myself further outside the box and continue further education at an Australian University to attain my Masters Degree.

You are inviting one of our members over fordinner – what are you serving?
Red snapper fish roasted on hot stones with fresh king fish in coconut cream served with roasted taro, kumara or banana. Green vegetables for salad and lime panna cotta for dessert. Drinks will be choices of fresh lime juice, coconut juice and the local Canoe lager.