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The mental setup of Gen-Z young achievers: Utkarsh Raj shares his insights. Sponsored Content.

Utkarsh began making apps and games at 15, and that got him attention. He experienced the pleasure that comes with earning money.

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Courtesy of Utkarsh Raj

Utkarsh Raj might look like the usual 20-year-old youngster at first glance, but his achievements have surpassed his age. At 19, the young entrepreneur started earning six-figures revenue daily. He is a self-made e-commerce personality. Utkarsh now owns 30 stores on the platform Shopify and earns about $50,000 to 100,000 daily.

Utkarsh is a living example for many youngsters who want to stay away from the 9-to-5 jobs and pursue their passion. Utkarsh was an average student who found his passion in technology. By the time he was nine, he was mesmerized by gadgets and technology. He began learning coding at the young age of 12.

Utkarsh began making apps and games at 15, and that got him attention. He experienced the pleasure that comes with earning money. He began investing his money in cryptocurrencies to increase his wealth. He also discovered the reach of e-commerce when he saw his friends buying products online. Utkarsh researched e-commerce and how it worked.

Dropshipping interested him as it needed less capital. All he had to invest was time. In a few weeks, he started three dropshipping stores on Shopify, which increased to thirty stores within a year. He started earning money and achieved success by pursuing his passion.

Utkarsh Raj had his fair share of failures and bad investments too. However, that did not deter his determination and confidence to pursue his dreams.

Utkarsh Raj wants to be a role model for the other youngsters who want to pursue their dreams and become successful in life. He also wants to share his business knowledge with others. He overcame his fears and anxieties to become successful, and he wishes that others follow their passions to make their dreams come true.

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