His Own Way
At 28 years old, Casey Holladay is already a veteran in the entrepreneurial world. Casey dropped out of college eight years ago to forge his own way. He explains, “I saw young people making a lot of money and knew that if they could do it, so could I.” “I saw people living luxurious lives and knew I would do whatever it takes to have that.” That same year, Casey was already on his way to that life of luxury, making a full time income and driving a brand new BMW.
His Own Business
Casey’s drive kept him marching forward to greater heights. Over the next few years, he managed several door-to-door operations across the United States, building his own network as he did so. Then, an opportunity to travel to Australia for a management and consulting position with a solar energy company turned his thinking global. Then, Casey co-founded Market Hackers at age 25, a network marketing brand that offers AI-based software technologies. “We help the average person to create more financial freedom,” he explains. With that comes financial freedom of his own. Casey reports additional monthly incomes in the five-figures after a recent partnership with WiFi Money.
Even with the early success and current financial productivity, Casey is not content to simply stay put. Instead, he’s always looking for ways to improve his business and himself. He explains that daily personal improvement is big. I surround myself with successful and like-minded individuals. That strategy helps more people see success.” Thus far, that strategy is clearly working, as Casey’s individual success and network of successful partners continues to grow.
Casey is eager to share what he’s learned so far about helping others find the same financial success he created and networking with like-minded individuals. The most important lesson is…? He says simply, “Patience.” Not with your actions but with your results. Understand all people get different results at different times. Some businesses take longer to perform than others. All of that is ok. Create a long term plan and never stop working at it.”