See how this immigrant worked hard to be where he is today!
1.He created rehab software to help real estate investors work smarter.
2.He is a multifamily investor
3.He has an online coaching and mentoring webclass.
“No, we were not immigrants; rather, we were refugees.
When I was 12 years old, my family and I fled the collapsing Soviet Union, and we have never returned.
We came to the United States in order to enjoy religious freedom that we could only dream of in the Soviet Union.
We came to this country because of the incredible opportunities it offers in an environment that is relatively free of corruption.
We came to this country because of its meritocracy, which allows people to rise to positions of leadership based on the merit of their work and ideas.
This is where we came to learn about capitalism, which is the only system that rewards people for their ideas and efforts, rather than their political party connections, bloodline, or the number of bribes they are willing to accept.
When our lives were literally in danger, this country welcomed us with open arms.
It provided us with clothing.
It provided us with knowledge.
And it provided us with the opportunities that we knew would be available if we were willing to endure the painful and difficult journey.
And boy, did we take advantage of the situation…
Every Fourth of July, I send an email to our 180,000+ real estate investor clients and email subscribers, informing them of the holiday.
The tone is usually the same, as well:
To remind you that, despite the fact that this country has flaws (no country is perfect), it is still the best-damned country on the face of the planet, and I wouldn’t want to live anyplace else.
Of course, there are still issues that need to be addressed.
Specifically, more equitable access to high-quality education and opportunities for upward mobility for all.
And to bring the ridiculous political divide that we have all managed to find ourselves to a close.
We’ve allowed the media and corrupt politicians to divide us and make us all believe that we’re at such odds with one another that there’s no hope of ever closing the gap between us.
That is complete and utter nonsense.
We all have far more in common with one another than we do with each other when we add up all of our differences.
In the case of entrepreneurship and real estate, there is no better showcase for this than
We are forward-thinking.
We help people find work.
Others benefit from our efforts because we create economic opportunities for them.
It is on the basis of our accomplishments and contributions to others that we evaluate ourselves and each other.
We invite others to join us in the procession .
There is no better country in which to be an entrepreneur than the United States.
So, if you’re one of our subscribers who lives in the United States, we wish you a happy 4th of July!!
Remember that some people, such as myself and my family, have made significant sacrifices simply to have the opportunity to live here, and that millions of people would gladly give up everything to relocate here.
And even if you don’t live in the United States, enjoy a hot dog and a beer nonetheless!
Daniil Kleyman is a Russian businessman .
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