Jadi kaya cara betul

Ini adalah artikel dari The Star mengenai sahabat saya Shahabudeen Jalil. Semoga memberi manfaat kepada semua. Jika kita ingin menjadi kaya, haruslah dengan kerja keras dan perniagaan yang betul, bukan dengan cara merapu seperti skim piramid, MLM, main forex, jual water filter, jual gelang magnet, pergi seminar cepat kaya dan sebagainya.

SJ telah terpilih melanjutkan pelajaran ke peringkat A-Level (untuk dihantar ke Jerman) pada tahun 2000 kemudian mendapati dunia akademik tidak memuaskan hatinya. Dia pun mengambil keputusan untuk berhenti. Adakah dia berhenti kerana bapanya ada bisnes besar atau berhenti kerana mendapat harta pusaka RM 1 juta? Tidak, dia berhenti dan kemudian menjadi salesman kereta. Mesti ramai orang kebanyakan berkata “ish, ape lah, tak mau belajar oversea, buat rugi je, ade ke jadi salesman kereta?”. Itu lah kefahaman orang kebanyakan. Sebab itu orang kebanyakan tak kaya-kaya dan sibuk jual tupperware dan sarung bantal part time di ofis. Sedangkan SJ yang berani mengambil risiko telah membina empayar perniagaan yang bukan calang-calang: pada umur 27 tahun sahaja, beliau telah melatih lebih 800 orang usahawan, mempunyai pengalaman berniaga import selama 7 tahun, dan kini sibuk mengendalikan kursus dan rombongan perniagaan ke China hampir 2 kali setiap bulan.

Nak jadi berjaya dalam bisnes, kena ambil risiko. Walaupun risiko itu besar (berhenti belajar dan menjadi jurujual kecil-kecilan), kena juga ambil. Degree is not everything. Walaupun saya sendiri mendapat degree luar negara, tapi itu bukanlah gerenti kejayaan dalam bisnes. Untuk berjaya dalam bisnes, perlu rajin belajar, berani ambil risiko, pandai mencari peluang, banyak bersabar, dan bersifat ruthless. Dalam pada itu, kita juga mesti mengikhlaskan niat dan menjaga hukum-hukum mu’amalat sebagai peniaga Islam.

Semoga impiannya untuk menjadi millionaire by 30 tercapai. Dan semoga saya juga mencapai impian itu. Amin.

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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/2/14/nation/5671314&sec=nation

Sunday February 14, 2010

Million-dollar dream chasers

By RASHVINJEET S.BEDI
sunday@thestar.com.my

PETALING JAYA: Ever since he was 19, Shahabudeen Jalil has always dreamt of becoming a millionaire. To achieve his goal, he has been dabbling in a business importing products from China for seven years now.

He also has his own business consultancy which trains entrepreneurs on the methods of sourcing for products from China.

Now 27, Shahabudeen conducts lectures on the subject all over the country and makes trips to China at least twice a month with his clients.

He has been in the consultancy business for two years and has trained over 800 clients.

For Shahabudeen, being a millionaire would mean financial freedom and the opportunity to improve his mental and spiritual self.

Dreaming big: Shahabudeen is one of many youths who are chasing the dream of becoming a millionaire.

It will also give him the opportunity to travel the world.

“I believe that to be successful, you should do something that you like,” he said.

He had taken up an engineering course but found it not to his liking. After completing his A-levels, he worked as a car salesman for a year.

He then started the business importing products from China.

He believes that working for someone would limit the income he could receive.

“In business, there is no limit to what you can earn although there are risks. You will also have to be patient,” he said.

But he is realistic about his chances of being a millionaire. “If someone tells you that you can get rich in two months, they are probably bluffing,” he said.

Shahabudeen, who is confident of achieving his goal by the age of 30, is just one of many youths who have the ambition of becoming a millionaire.

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