At just 23, Farrah Gray is already a self-made millionaire and money expert. Jean talks to Farrah about his successes in business, how he became an entrepreneur and his book Reallionaire.
Growing up in poverty in Chicago, Farrah says he was inspired to start making money at an early age. He earned thousands of dollars by getting a group of friends together and asking industry experts to invest in his friends' business ideas. By age 14, he turned that money into millions by becoming a venture capitalist.
Farrah says he was motivated to start his own businesses as opposed to working for a corporation. "I wanted to go into entrepreneurship because it allows you to control your own destiny," Farrah says. "I can now afford my fun and control my own density, [which] is very powerful and exciting."
For those seeking success in business, Farrah suggests asking these questions:
Published on January 01, 2008