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Elliott Hulse shares his story and the sacrifices and struggles he had to go through to get to where he is today.
For those who don’t know, Elliott is a successful YouTube video creator who speaks about building strength, increasing vitality and becoming the strongest version of yourself.
He started his YouTube channel in April 29, 2012 and now has over 444,805 subscribers and 33,198,160 views!
Building a Non-Job When You’re Broke – Elliot’s Story:
Elliot started his adventure in 1993 and was motivated by his Uncle Ray who quit his job as an accountant to pursue his dream in becoming a personal trainer.
Uncle Ray was his inspiration to begin his journey to a free life by having a non-job as a personal trainer.
In 1998 he attended university and met a bunch of guys who were addicted to online gambling.
Since those guys were so obsessed with online gambling one of Elliot’s friends came up with the idea to create a website to provide tips to online gamblers.
His website became very successful and this meant that he just created a non-job.
In 2002 he joined Jon and Bobby in Business and got a glimpse of what it takes to be a very solid strong professional and what it took to build a business.
Jon was a professional freak, he took every course and studied every book.
Bobby on the other hand was a crazy entrepreneur who pushed himself to the limits by working all day and all night.
Both had a very positive impact on Elliot.
In 2003 Elliot was living in his father-in-law’s basement and while talking to his friend who created the website for gambling tips he decided that he was going to make a website were he sold physical organic and holistic health products.
In 2004 to 2010 he faced incredible struggles by having no money for food, a credit card debt, a mortgage and a family with 4 kids!
To make things worse he had foreclosure on his home but he did not give up!
In 2011 to 2012 he managed to reach the success he has today.
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