Self Belief: The Vision Level 6: Level 6 : How to be a Success on Your Own Terms
At the age of 15, the author was starting to build a social media empire. Using a hand-held camera, he filmed his mates rapping, giving them a platform to showcase their skills. The response the videos received was phenomenal. With so much demand for his videos, Jamal quit his part-time job and by the age of 20 had signed a deal with Sony RCA to become CEO of his own record label, Just Jam Records. Now 22, Jamal Edwards is CEO of SB.TV, the UK's most successful online youth broadcaster with over 150 million views. So you want to know how Jamal beat the system and made it big in business his own way? Self Belief: The Vision will help you learn how: a mix of inspirational business book, memoir and game, these 6 ebooks (each of which are a Level) will teach the reader how Jamal overcame obstacles on the way to success, as he shares his tips for getting to the top. But the reader has to be up for the challenge. In each of the six downloadable 'Levels', the reader will find out how to make their dream idea a reality, using Jamal's life as an inspiration. There are crunch decision points where the reader has to choose which path they'll take on their business journey.Each ebook works via links, so the reader has to follow their chosen route, where they'll have to do tasks set by Jamal and ultimately learn how to build up their self-belief. Level 6 is 'Keep It Fresh', where Jamal keeps pushing you to stretch yourself and find out just how much you're capable of. You'll look at improving on your initial idea or product, look at things you might be worrying about, check in with the competition and make sure you're keeping your focus.
- Electronic book text
- 02 Sep 2013
- Ebury Publishing
- Virgin Digital
- United Kingdom
About Jamal Edwards
Jamal Edwards is the CEO of SB.TV and Just Jam Records. He's launched major talents such as Ed Sheeran and Maxsta, and is still hungry to discover new talent. He works 24/7 and has probably just about proved wrong the careers advisor who said he wouldn't be a success.