Starting a business is pretty hard especially when you’re homeless! Reyes The Entrepreneur was once homeless and managed to continue his youtube journey to grow a pretty popular youtube channel among entrepreneurs striving to reach their goals of starting their own business. I was able to sit down with Reyes and talk about his journey from being homeless to growing his youtube channel to 10,000 subscribers.
So check out this interview because if you’re serious about living your dream then you should follow Reyes and get his “Free 99 Knowledge”!
I got started in high school my junior year. I was bored one summer and a video on how to make my own shirts popped up. I used to use fabric paint and make my own stencils. – Reyes
Most of my businesses were hobbies but a good amount. I made fruit cups, I collected cans, I sold chocolate bars, I sold drinks and a few more but my most successful was custom shirts and now i’m trying to make youtube my biggest and most successful business. – Reyes
My old name was Cen Cal Royalty because that was what my clothing brand was called. then I started losing interest in making the clothing brand and just foucused on youtube videos and I started to see so many people had a hard time spelling my channel name that I changed it. It was originally going to be called Entrepreneur Reyes but my girl mentioned Reyes The Entrepreneur and I loved it. – Reyes
I look up to a lot of entrepreneurs but the main ones are the ones on tv. I see shows called the profit, shark tank, bar rescue, kitchen nightmares. Those type of shows motivate me. – Reyes
My favorite quote is “Just a matter of time.” because if you stay consistent with something, It’s just a matter of time before it grows. – Reyes
My motivation are bills but also the desire to not let my mother down since she sacrafised to much for us to be here.
I wanted to be a math teacher growing up because I saw i was really talented in teaching and I enjoyed helping people. – Reyes
Too many to count. – Reyes
I reached out to a few people to become my mentors but no luck so I turned to books and every time I feel lost, I read some of my notes. – Reyes
I’m not currently a part of a mastermind group but would love to be. – Reyes
Yea, my mother actually had a few hustles growing up. She sold perfume, she would go to LA and get covers to resell. Stuff like that. – Reyes
I’m originally from mexicali baja california but moved to my town of coalinga in 1999. – Reyes
To be honest, my consistency is what’s working for me. all social medias and networking is great but as long as I keep doing what i’m doing, it’s all going to grow. – Reyes
To always keep trying new ideas. – Reyes
Too many to count but way more than I actually succeeded. – Reyes
Entrepreneurship can be taught but you have to develop the core to become a true entrepreneur. For example I didn’t have a job until i was 20, I was LAZZZYYYY. but ever since I was little I always tried to find a way to make money so I could help my mom with the bills. – Reyes
Honestly my “Business” is teaching. when someone tells me they learned something from me and i made a small impact in their life, that confirms i’m in the right path. – Reyes
I looked up to my mother growing up. – Reyes
To just go for it. You have nothing to lose. – Reyes
Being homeless honestly sucked but I had alot of drive, motiviation and determination in being successful so I refused to give up. – Reyes
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