Sado Lulu - Founder of wizur

[quote style=”boxed”]The alternative education movement. More and more people are self educating themselves and getting the skills they desire directly rather than going to college.[/quote]

Sado Lulu was born in Brooklyn, NY. He lived around the sates moving from states based on his dad’s next business venture. He has been always a driven person to be the best he can be. He loves to be ahead of the curve and never takes no as an answer. He went to college for his computer engineering degree but never applied to a job. Throughout his life he has always worked with in the family business till college where he worked several white collar jobs, and had been dealing cars on the side, and having a on-site computer repair business. At which point one of his customer’s requested him to create her a website for her boutique. From their on Sado, has been working and developing business online having great success after college creating a ecommerce site to sell computer accessories. Allowing him the freedom to travel and do as he pleases.. now he is working on the next big thing in education so that he make a change, because now Sado is driven to change the world for the better. So that he can leave this world knowing he left it better than he entered it.

What are you working on right now? a website that aggregated all the courses that are available world wide, so that people can easily find anything they would like to learn about. and Peer review it so that you can get unbiased reviews and not waste your time on bad education.

Where did the idea for wizur come from?

While I was travelling the world, I decided I wanted to build a bigger better business, but not just for profit, but to actually help the people on a massive level.

And this education is what helped me constantly improve my self in all aspects of life. So I want to solve the problem of wasting time and money on the wrong education, so you can focus your energies on the best education. So you can get to the next level in your life.

How do you make money?

It’s affiliate based, so if someone purchases a program when clicking off our website we may get a commission. But we also have free programs as well, where we don’t get a commission, and if they don’t have affiliate program we still include their programs because its about the best education, not about us getting a profit. It’s about you getting to where you want to be.

What does your typical day look like?

Wake up at 5, workout, yoga, meditate, spirituality,shower, education and a smoothie. Work in 60,60,30 sessions. Work up to 6 hours for straight complete focused work. Spend time with family, friends, some outdoor activity.

How do you bring ideas to life?

I meditate on it, and imagine it from a-z and call up some of entrepreneurial friends and discuss it. I ask a series of questions to qualify it, and try to find the faults in the idea. In the end i go with my gut, cause my gut is always right 🙂

What’s one trend that really excites you?

The alternative education movement. More and more people are self educating themselves and getting the skills they desire directly rather than going to college.

What was the worst job you ever had and what did you learn from it?

Worst job, hmmmm. Geek Squad, I felt the team I was working with was a little rascal, at the same time I felt they were ripping off customers and I didn’t enjoy that.

What I learned, is Geek Squad was not a great company to work for. And working for myself gave me way more satisfaction and makes me feel better. I hook my customers up and have 100% happiness rate.

If you were to start again, what would you do differently?

I would start smaller, and use a cms rather than custom build wizur.

As an entrepreneur, what is the one thing you do over and over and recommend everyone else do?

To self educate themselves, to read physcho cybernetics and don’t settle and take the first step now!

What is one failure you had as an entrepreneur, and how did you overcome it?

I haven’t ever failed. Not trying to sound arrogant, but I just study my business really hard before I make a move. With my series of questions and trying to find faults of a business idea allows me to choose the right business.

But for the sake of saying I had a failure, don’t let someone work for you that you yourself have not interviewed. I let them go and never let it happen again.

What is one business idea that you’re willing to give away to our readers?

Hmmm, buying low and selling high is easy and fast way to make money on Amazon and ebay.
But let’s see a better idea.

The Green Movement is strong, and more and more measures are being set up so that companies go green. So maybe creating a foundation for Green Certification would be a very possible endeavor.

Be always looking for the latest trends, like google glasses are coming out, a app that allows you to see people naked would be a fun gag app that would get a lot of interest.

If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be and how would you go about it?

Schools! I would make sure every school has a self improvement class so that people will be able to do anything they set their mind too. So students are thought to be confident and learn to believe in themselves

Tell us something about you that very few people know?

I’m a romantic. I get my drive from people’s doubts.

What are your three favorite online tools or resources and what do you love about them?

Facebook – to connect to like minded individuals.
Trello – Project Management.
EasyOutsource – find awesome Philippine team members.

What is the one book that you recommend our community should read and why?

Physcho Cybernetics

It’s the book that help me discover how I work and how I  can make anything happen. Discovering how to program my self image and accomplish anything I set my mind too. Awesome read.

What are three people to follow on Twitter and why?

I don’t Twitter much. But I would follow Eben PaganTony Robbins and BrianTracy.

When was the last time you laughed out loud? What caused it?

My sister and I always crack up, Oh ya, I was telling them a story that happen to me when I was in San Francisco recently.

Who is your hero, and why?

Eben Pagan – He is my favorite author and thought me so much, i learned to improve many aspects of my life thru all his education
Muhammed Ali – “i believe i can do, what i say i can do” He stood by what he said and was a man of principle.

If you were not a entrepreneur, what would you be?

I would be a teacher, I love to teach little kids. There most open to suggestions, and I believe I can teach some kids from a young age, I can make them the most awesomest people.

Why do you do what you do?

Because I love to run my own business, it’s like a game of chess and it allows me the freedom to travel the world and do as I please when I please and if you did it right, it makes money no longer a issue… I would chase my dream any day of the week. I would rather live in a basement then work for the man.

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