Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Interview with Talha Babar, Entrepreneur & Business Book Author

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1. Hello Talha, can you please tell us a little about yourself?
Well, something you’d notice about me at first glance is I’m still quite young, 17 to be exact. I’ve had various failed businesses in the past. I’ve been starting businesses since I was 12 years old. My first business was an app development company, which consisted mainly of free iPhone apps and Mac OS X apps with ads that were to make a majority of our income. That failed, after one year of trying. I started a web development and logo design business, and that failed too, I learned it’s not something I want to do. Unlike many people, I hold my failures close. I’m proud of them, because all of them have taught me valuable lessons. I’m proud of how far I’ve come today, and I wish to continue growing.

2. What are the industries you have your sights set on?
I’m focused in mainly the business/entrepreneur industry. I wish to stand for an idea, a change and become a influential figure one day so I can inspire other people to follow their dreams and ideas. In the future, I wish to get involved in the travel industry, and perhaps one day real estate as well.

3. How do you describe Entreply in a few words?
Entreply is a social network for entrepreneurs, it is a way to grow and innovate together with other startup businesses. I also provide my ebook on the website, everything provided by Entreply is affordable, so you don’t have an excuse for not following your passion, for just $4.99 I’ll teach you how to do everything step by step in my eBook.

4. Where do you think you are making a change?
Entreply changes businesses, it changes thoughts, plans, it changes income, it changes mindsets and more importantly – it changes people.

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5. What are some things that most people don’t know about your job?
People think it’s as simple as starting a website and people come and see your work and buy it. It’s not that simple. I have to go up to people, talk to them, tell them about my product and most times they just refuse, every time I get knocked down, I have to lift myself back up and do it again, and again, and again, and again until I get a yes. It’s not easy. But it’s worth it.

6. The business industry is always changing, where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
I see myself in a higher place, I see Entreply and my eBook being much more successful, I see myself running more than just Entreply. I see myself changing the world!

7. What were some of the biggest challenges you encountered while working on Entreply?
The late nights, the countless errors, deleting everything and doing it all over again, the rejections. There’s a lot of obstacles, there’s a lot of struggle. I do everything myself. I design everything myself. Everything! I advertise it myself, I promote it myself.

8. What are you most excited about at the moment?
I’m excited about making sales with my ebook, and growing my business. After this interview, I’m going to get right back to work feeling more motivated than ever. I’m excited to go to University, I’m excited about meeting new people, making new friends, building connections, learning more about how I can grow my business. I am working on a promotional video as well, so I’m excited about that too. So much to look forward to!

9. What can you tell to other young people who want to start pursuing their dreams?
I say go do it! Go do it RIGHT NOW! Stop wasting your time, we don’t know how long we have in this world. Start building your lasting legacy
today. If you’ve always wanted to start a bakery, go do it now. If you wanted to travel the world, go do it now. Stop wasting your time!

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10. Anything else you want to say to conclude our interview, today?
My final advice to you is never overlook the value of true hard work. When you’re making money from a clean source, by putting in your best and working day and night – door to door, it will pay off. Maybe not tomorrow, maybe not the day after, maybe not even this entire year, but your bloody, sweat and tears will pay off. I promise you. The harder you work, the bigger your reward. I would like to thank God dearly for making me who I am today, and everything he’s going to give me in the future. And of course, my family who have been very supportive through all of this. Thanks for having me!

To know more about Talha and the company visit their Website.

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Noelle Elia
Noelle Elia
is a Financial analyst at PSPC. Graduated from Telfer School of Management, Finance/Accounting with interest to Entrepreneurship and New Media.
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