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Podcast interview with Sashin Govender

Sashin Govender, 24 Years Old, born and raised in Durban, South Africa, and was introduced to personal development at a tender age of 8 years old. The brand “ Win With Sashin – The Millionaire $tudent “ has become a household name in over 40+ counties and 6 Continents. He has developed a loyal social media following of 60 000+ Instagram followers, 96 000+ Facebook followers and over 12 000+ YouTube Subscribers.

Today Sashin has multiple streams of income, he is also an International Motivational Speaker, Sales Coach and Life Coach who has crowds of tens of thousands sitting at the edge of their seat. His story of coming from an above average household in a 3rd world country with an average monthly income of $300 to losing it all ‘ales him one of the most authentic, dynamic and inspirational speakers. Recently he spoke to a Sold Out crowd of 25 000+ at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas, the home of the Dallas Cowboys in USA. He also has business partners in 40+ countries & 6 continents worldwide which is exponentially expanding daily.

  • CEO Hack: Never read a book or watch a video to say you're done
  • CEO Nugget: Never stop learning, there's never a limit
  • CEO Defined: Owning your own life and running on your timezone

Website: http://www.sashingovender.com/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDkKTDnY9PXgKQZiZ8fB8Tw
Twitter: https://twitter.com/retirewithsash
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/winwithsashin/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/retirewithsashin
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/retirewithsashin/


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Intro 0:02

Do you want to learn effective ways to build relationships, generate sales and grow your business from successful entrepreneurs, startups, and CEOs without listening to a long, long, long interview? If so, you've come to the right place. Gresham Harkless values your time and is ready to share with you precisely the information you're in search of. This is the I AM CEO Podcast.

Gresham Harkless 0:30

Hello, hello, hello, this is Gresh from the I AM CEO podcast and I have a very special guest on the show today. I've Sashin Govender of sashingovender.com. Sashin, it's awesome to have you on the show.

Sashin Govender 0:40

Thank you so much for having me. Gresh.

Gresham Harkless 0:42

No problem, super excited to have you on. And what I want to do is just read a little bit more about Sashin so you can hear about all the awesome things that he's doing. And Sasha and Governor 24 years old born and raised in Durban, South Africa was introduced to personal development at the tender age of eight years old. The brand win with Sasha and the true millionaire student has become a household name in over 40 plus countries and six continents. He has developed a loyal social media following of 60,000 Instagram followers, 96,000 Facebook followers, and over 12,000 YouTube subscribers.

Today Sashin has multiple streams of income, he is also an International Motivational Speaker, Sales Coach, and Life Coach who has crowds of tens of thousands sitting at the edge of their seat. His story of coming from an above-average household in a 3rd world country with an average monthly income of $300 to losing it all ‘ales him one of the most authentic, dynamic, and inspirational speakers. Recently he spoke to a Sold Out crowd of 25 000+ at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas, the home of the Dallas Cowboys in the USA. He also has business partners in 40+ countries & 6 continents worldwide which is exponentially expanding daily. Sanshin, Are you ready to speak to the I AM CEO Community?

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Sashin Govender 2:00

Without a doubt, man, I'm excited.

Gresham Harkless 2:02

Awesome. Let's do it. So as a Cowboys fan, I appreciate you for speaking at Cowboys Stadium. My only thing was I wish I was there to actually hear it. But appreciate you for doing all the awesome things that you're doing.

Sashin Govender 2:15

Thank you, man. I mean, we got to get you to one of the events I was just at Staples. About three weeks ago speak in front of 12 to 14,000 days I mean, Island. In fact, right now as we speak, I'm in Athens, Greece, speaking to a few 1000 here and then I head off to Ireland to speak in front of 10,000 there. So always doing big things. And it's definitely only the beginning.

Gresham Harkless 2:35

There you go. They always love to hear about that and hear about anybody doing awesome things, not just thinking big, but also executing big. So I wanted to hear a little bit more about how you got started. Could you tell us a little bit more about what I call your CEO story and what got you started?

Sashin Govender 2:47

It all start for me when my parents got separated and divorced at two years old. And I had my mom on one side trying to be the better parent, I had my dad on the other side trying to be a better parent. And I was just soaking it in from both sides. So adversity can either break you or it can allow you to break records. And for me, it allowed me to be a record breaker. At six years old, I was introduced to chess and chess allows you to think in the future grandmasters generally think 5 to 15 moves in advance. And I utilize the skills and especially the visionary skills, and the focus and the drive, I took that and I implemented it in real-life terms.

And at eight years old, I got introduced to personal development for the very first time by my dad, in fact, a sap in front of a TV and played the secret by Rhonda Byrne. And I watched that video and it became a ritual every single year, I started watching that video, and 17 years ago when I got introduced to personal development, I learned very differently. You see most people learn personal development as if they're going to go out and get inspired, motivated, and execute. I learned it as if I was going to teach it. So at a very young age of eight years old, already had the mindset that I was going to teach and coming from Africa with an average income is about 200 US dollars a month. You are either wealthy or poor. There's no mediocrity in Africa.

And even if you are successful, you're generally working seven days a week if there was an eight-day you'll be working eight days a week you're over overwork. You're always overworked and underpaid, and getting involved in that, you know, in business in a third-world country. I'm grateful for it because I took hard work. And I implemented it with smart work from first-world countries and I credit that bridge that married both of them together. At 16 years old, I was making chocolate fudge and selling it and making $200 a day on average in school.

So kind of that ROI in the trip when you're 18 years old, got involved in sales. I grew an organization to 95,000 affiliates in 41 countries around the world. And I helped take a company to do $3 billion dollars in about seven years. And they did a billion dollars just last year, over and above that I helped them scale its growth in 41 plus countries worldwide, I created an algorithm for a social media marketing company that's so unique, that we have over 1300 clients that pay up to $457 a month, with a retention of 85%. I've got a brand called the millionaire student, which teaches people you're going to become a millionaire but stay in student mode. And if you're already a millionaire, stay in student mode to maintain and sustain it.

And multiple different businesses out there today. But continuously staying humble man, always rising, always learning, and always improving and innovating. Because your top line is someone else's bottom line. I mean, ironically in Athens, Greece right now. And if you ever think you've arrived, go to Monte Carlo, or go to a place like Beverly Hills or go to a place somewhere where there's someone's top line becomes someone else's bottom line. And what motivates me is waking up every day, going to forbes.com, and seeing my name, not there. It makes me realize, hey, I'm nowhere close to where I need to be. And there's always another level. And when I make it there, I want to take everyone else to the top with me, because that's what it's all about. If you help enough people get what they want from life, you get what you deserve.

Gresham Harkless: 3:10

Absolutely, I definitely appreciate that. Because everything that you build, everything you talked about, and everything you have with your brand always talk about getting better. Like as you say, there's always another level. So make sure that you're having that mindset, make sure that you're always looking for that next level, but you're always feeding yourself and so many different ways, which is what I loved about your brand and everything that you're doing. So I wanted to ask you a little bit more about what I call your secret sauce. And this could be for you or your organization, but what do you feel kind of sets you apart and makes you unique?

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Sashin Govender 7:04

Yeah, very simple. I've created a tagline called Work as you broke. And I make people understand no matter who you are, where you are from what you have work, like you're broke, don't look left, don't look, right, who cares what your net worth is, who cares about what cause you have, what homes you live in, and anything else besides how hard you're working, and simultaneously need to work harder and smarter the exact same time. And I've managed to find that break-even point where I can work hard, I can look smart. And I guess it's because I keep reminding myself that as fast as you can go up, you can come back down. No matter who you are, you can always be humbled by either the universe or by the man above. So working like you're broke continuously keeps yourself aligned with the end in mind.

Gresham Harkless 7:58

Absolutely. Well, I definitely appreciate you for doing that. And I wanted to switch gears a little bit and ask you for what I call a CEO hack. And this might be like an app or book or a habit that you have, but it's something that makes you more effective and efficient.

Sashin Govender 8:12

Well never ever read a book, to say you've read it. Read a book to find your moment in the book, and then execute instantly. Never watch a video or movie just to say you're done. See our parents treat us our school teachers tricked us. And hey, if you finish this, we're going to reward you. So people find the moment but they get talked out of the moment because they have to finish the book. They have to complete the video. They have to complete a podcast. The minute you find your moment, pause it and go take action. Come back when you're done. Find your moment again, and take action again. Never do something just because you said you're going to do it. Or just because you said you're done.

Find your moment. I feel people don't execute. Because no it's not because they don't have the ability to is because they got tucked in, tucked out, motivated, unmotivated, never find the moment, find the moment, never lose a moment, you're gonna find your moment and go, don't look right, don't look left. It's when you're running a marathon, it's like always these people on the side of the marathon. And psychologically they did because they don't want to see you succeed.

They actually want to see you fail. They want to see who came second on that foot. They don't really want to see who came first they want to see who failed. So when you get onto this treadmill, turn up to speed. Don't look left on the right, and don't look backward, you're going to trip going forward. You can only look one foot in front of the next and that's all you need to do.

Gresham Harkless 9:51

Nice I definitely appreciate that. And a lot of times like you said your external influences can make or break you sometimes. So like you said there are people looking for second in place at the marathon, but if you're just so focused on what it is and your mission, then you're not going to worry anything about that, because you just have one speed that you're going at. So now I wanted to ask you for what I call a CEO nugget. And this is a word of wisdom or piece of advice. And I know you gave us a few. But if you can happen to be a time machine, what would you tell your younger business self?

Sashin Govender 10:19

Well, what I basically tell myself, there's never a limit to learning. Just continuously learn. When you take the word L E, A R, N, and you remove the L, it starts, it develops a word caught on, and the more you learn, the more you earn there is never a limit on how much you should spend on personal branding and personal development. My kids, I would get my future kids, I don't have any kids right now. But I'd make sure they read 234 pages, and then go execute. But some people right now, take it for granted that self-education is actually a tool. Youtube.com is my virtual mentor.

My mentor is www.youtube.com It's an unlimited amount of content, you will never come to an end on how much content you can actually watch. I'm not against people buying courses and attending events, but compete for what's free first. Youtube.com has the ability to teach you anything you want. What I loved about YouTube, it never picked up the phone and never call me every single day. Hey, did you watch this video? Did you complete this video? Are you done? Are you taking action? Are you executing? That's what a mentor should be. My mentor told me, If you don't have access to a mentor, you don't have a mentor.

So YouTube wasn't my real mentor but my virtual mentor much mentor. But I learned so much man. It was like, I found my peak income-producing hours. And then I found my peak income-producing activities during those hours. And I just executed and that's why maximize 24 hours in a day.

Gresham Harkless 11:58

Nice. I definitely appreciate that. And that's a great CEO nugget. And now I wanted to ask you my absolute favorite question Sashin, which is the definition of what it means to be a CEO. And we're hoping to have different quote-unquote CEOs on the show. So essentially, what does being a CEO mean to you?

Sashin Govender 12:12

Yes, So CEO to me, well, firstly, when I coach and mentor people, I never teach people how to be a CEO of a company. I teach them how to be a CEO of their own life. Anyone can own a company right now it's as simple as starting an entity. Only a handful of people can own their own life. Only a handful of people can tell themselves when to wake up, what to do, what to wear, and where to go.

And a CEO literally should only live, they should have the ability to run the clock on their own timezone. They shouldn't be on a timezone out there, they should be on their own timezone. So the title of CEO right now is, is loosely thrown around. Because how many people want to be the CEO of their own life the CEO of a company? There are 10s of 1000s of companies formulated every split second of the day.

How many of those people who own companies can say are all my life, only a handful? Warren Buffett owns 2400 companies, but he owns his life, because he's the Berkshire, Berkshire Hathaway, and he's got, which is the umbrella, and he's got 2400 companies under it. Bill Gates also owns over 4000 Different companies, but he's the CEO of his own life. Some people strive for the title, don't be a title leader, don't chase the title, chase the fact that you have full ownership of your life.

Gresham Harkless 13:40

Absolutely, I appreciate that definition. Because a lot of times you lose perspective, and don't realize that everything flows from the life that you have. So if you pay attention, and you focus on being the owner, and CEO of your life, just as you said, then everything will manifest itself from there. So I appreciate that definition and sanction. I truly appreciate your time, what I wanted to do is pass you the mic just to see if there's anything additional you can let our readers and listeners know and then how best people can find out about you, and all the awesome things that you're doing.

Sashin Govender 14:07

Yes, so the first thing to connect with me is you can go on Google and just type my first and last name. It's Sashin. And my last name is Govender, or just type in the millionaire student on Instagram, and then you can go on Facebook it's facebook.com/ritirewithsashin as well. twitches while you can go on there type my first and last name, but I want to let you know right now that as we speak, first-world people I love them. But they have a first-world mindset and a first-world work ethic. I want you to develop a third-world work ethic like work doesn't work like that of someone in the third world. You don't have the infrastructure.

You don't have the ability to say, hey, if I don't work, the government's gonna take care of me. You're working like you have your last bit of crumbs left. Don't chase the bread. Chase the crumbs. Because if you eat crumbs from crumbs, it's like, well, I'm putting myself in a real life where I gotta make ends meet.

Gresham Harkless 15:28

Absolutely. Well, thank you so much Sashin for your time today, but also for all the awesome things that you're doing the content, and all the information you're putting out to remind us to tap into that third-world kind of mentality and work ethic as well. So I appreciate you and I hope you have a phenomenal rest of the day.

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Sashin Govender 15:43

Thank you so much for having me on. I appreciate it. God bless.

Outro 15:46

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Intro 0:02

Do you want to learn effective ways to build relationships, generate sales and grow your business from successful entrepreneurs, startups, and CEOs without listening to a long, long, long interview? If so, you've come to the right place. Gresham Harkless values your time and is ready to share with you precisely the information you're in search of. This is the I AM CEO Podcast.

Gresham Harkless 0:30

Hello, hello, hello, this is Gresh from the I AM CEO podcast and I have a very special guest on the show today. I've Sashin Govender of sashingovender.com. Sashin, it's awesome to have you on the show.

Sashin Govender 0:40

Thank you so much for having me. Gresh.

Gresham Harkless 0:42

No problem super excited to have you on. And what I want to do is just read a little bit more about Sasha and so you can hear about all the awesome things that he's doing. And Sasha and Governor 24 years old born and raised in Durban, South Africa was introduced to personal development at a tender age of eight years old. The brand win with Sasha and the true the millionaire student has become a household name in over 40 plus countries and six continents. He has developed a loyal social media following of 60,000 Instagram followers, 96,000 Facebook followers and over 12,000 YouTube subscribers. Today Sashin has multiple streams of income, he is also an International Motivational Speaker, Sales Coach and Life Coach who has crowds of tens of thousands sitting at the edge of their seat. His story of coming from an above average household in a 3rd world country with an average monthly income of $300 to losing it all ‘ales him one of the most authentic, dynamic and inspirational speakers. Recently he spoke to a Sold Out crowd of 25 000+ at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas, the home of the Dallas Cowboys in USA. He also has business partners in 40+ countries & 6 continents worldwide which is exponentially expanding daily.Sanshin, Are you ready to speak to the I AM CEO Community?

Sashin Govender 2:00

Without a doubt, man, I'm excited.

Gresham Harkless 2:02

Awesome. Let's do it. So as a Cowboys fan, I appreciate you for for speaking at Cowboys Stadium. My only thing was I wish I was there to actually hear it. But appreciate you for doing all the awesome things that you're doing.

Sashin Govender 2:15

Thank you, man. I mean, we got to get you to one of the events I was just at Staples. About three weeks ago speak in front of 12 to 14,000 day I mean, Island. In fact, right now as we speak, I'm in Athens, Greece, speaking a few 1000 here and then I head off to Ireland to speak in front of 10,000 there. So always doing big things. And it's definitely only the beginning.

Gresham Harkless 2:35

There you go. They always love to hear about that and hear about anybody doing awesome things, not just thinking big, but also executing big. So I wanted to hear a little bit more on how you got started. Could you tell us a little bit more on what I call your CEO story and what got you started?

Sashin Govender 2:47

It all start off for me when my parents got separated and divorced at two years old. And I had my mom on one side trying to be the better parent, I had my dad on the other side trying to be a better parent. And I was just soaking it in from both sides. So adversity can either break you or it can allow you to break records. And for me, it allowed me to be a record breaker. At six years old, I was introduced to chess and chess allows you to think in the future grandmasters generally think 5 to 15 moves in advance. And I utilise the skills and especially the visionary skills, and the focus and the drive, I took that and I implemented it in real life terms. And at eight years old, I got introduced to personal development for the very first time on my dad, in fact, a sap in front of a TV and played the secret by Rhonda Byrne. And I watched that video and it became a ritual every single year, I started watching that video and 17 years ago, when I got introduced to personal development, I learned very differently. You see most people learn personal development as if they're going to go out and get inspired, motivated, and execute. I learnt it as if I was going to teach it. So at a very young age of eight years old, already had the mindset that I was going to teach and coming from Africa with an average income is about 200 US dollars a month. You either wealthy or poor. There's no mediocrity in Africa. And even if you are successful, you're generally working seven days a week if there was an eight day you'll be working eight days a week you're over overwork. You're always overworked and underpaid, and getting involved in that, you know, in business in a third world country. I'm grateful for it because I took hard work. And I implemented it with smart work from first world countries and I credit that bridge that married both of them together. At 16 years old, I was making chocolate fudge and selling it and making $200 a day on average in school. So kind of that ROI in trip when you're 18 years old, got involved in sales. I grew an organisation to 95,000 affiliates in 41 countries around the world. And I helped take a company to doing $3 billion dolars in about seven years. And they did a billion dollars just last year, over and above that I helped them scale it growth in 41 plus countries worldwide, I created an algorithm for a social media marketing company that's so unique, that we have over 1300 clients that pay up to $457 a month, with a retention of 85%. I've got a brand called the millionaire student, which teaches people you're going to become a millionaire, but stay in student mode. And if you're already a millionaire, stay in student mode to maintain and sustain it. And multiple different businesses out there today. But continuously staying humble man, always rising, always learning, and always improving and innovating. Because your top line is someone else's bottom line. I mean, ironically in Athens, Greece right now. And if you ever think you've arrived, go to Monte Carlo, or go to a place like Beverly Hills or go to a place somewhere where there's someone's your top line becomes someone else's bottom line. And what motivates me is waking up every day, go to forbes.com and see my name, not there. It makes me realise, hey, I'm nowhere close to where I need to be. And there's always another level. And when I make it there, I want to take everyone else to the top with me, because that's what it's all about. If you help enough people get what they want from life, you get what you deserve.

Absolutely, I definitely appreciate that. Because everything that you build, and everything you talked about, and everything you have with your brand always talks about getting better. Like as you say, there's always another level. So make sure that you're having that mindset, make sure that you're always looking for that next level, but you're always feeding yourself and so many different ways, which is what I loved about your brand and everything that you're doing. So I wanted to ask you a little bit more about what I call your secret sauce. And this could be for you or your organisation, but what do you feel kind of sets you apart and makes you unique?

Yeah, very simple. I've created a tagline called work like you broke. And I make people understand no matter who you are, where you from what you have work, like you're broke, don't look left, don't look, right, who cares what your net worth is, who cares about what cause you have, what homes you live in, and anything else besides how hard you're working, and simultaneously need to work harder and smarter the exact same time. And I've managed to find that break even point where I can work hard, I can look smart. And I guess it's because I keep reminding myself that as fast as you can go up, you can come back down. No matter who you are, you can always be humbled by either the universe or by the man above. So working like you're broke continuously keeps yourself aligned with the end in mind.

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Gresham Harkless 7:58

Absolutely. Well, I definitely appreciate you for doing that. And I wanted to switch gears a little bit and ask you for what I call a CEO hack. And this might be like an app or book or a habit that you have, but it's something that makes you more effective and efficient.

Sashin Govender 8:12

Well never ever read a book, to say you've read it. Read a book to find your moment in the book, and then execute instantly. Never watch a video or movie just to say you're done. See our parents treat us our school teachers tricked us. And hey, if you finish this, we're going to reward you. So people find the moment but they get talked out of the moment because they have to finish the book. They have to complete the video. They have to complete a podcast. The minute you find your moment, pause it, go take action. Come back when you're done. Find your moment again, take action again. Never do something just because you said you're going to do it. Or just because you said you're done. Find your moment. I feel people don't execute. Because no it's not because they don't have the ability to is because they got tucked in, tucked out,motivated, unmotivated, never find the moment, find the moment, never lose a moment, you're gonna find your moment and go, don't look right, don't look left. It's when you're running a marathon, it's like always these people on the side of the marathon. And psychologically they did because they don't want to see you succeed. They actually want to see you fails. They want to see who came second that foot. They don't really want to see who came first they want to see who failed. So when you get onto this treadmill, turn up to speed. Don't look left on the right, don't look backwards, you're going to trip go forward. You can only look one foot in front of the next and that's all you need to do.

Gresham Harkless 9:51

Nice I definitely appreciate that. And a lot of times like you said your external influences can make or break you sometimes. So like you said there's people looking for second in place at the marathon, but if you're just so focused on what it is and your mission, then you're not going to worry anything about that, because you just have one speed that you're going at. So now I wanted to ask you for what I call a CEO nugget. And this is a word of wisdom or piece of advice. And I know you gave us a few. But if you can happen to a time machine, what would you tell your younger business self?

Sashin Govender 10:19

Well, what I basically tell myself, there's never limit to learning. Just continuously learn. When you take the word L E, A R,N, and you remove the L, it starts, it develops a word caught on, the more you learn, the more you earn there is never a limit on how much you should spend on personal branding, and personal development. My kids, I would get my future kids, I don't have any kids right now. But I'd make sure they read 234 pages, and then go execute. But some people right now, they take it for granted that self education is actually a tool. Youtube.com is my virtual mentor. My mentor is www.youtube.com It's an unlimited amount of content, you will never come to an end on how much of content you can actually watch. I'm not against people buy courses and attend events, but compete what's free first. Youtube.com has the ability to teach you anything you want. What I loved about YouTube, it never picked up the phone and never call me every single day. Hey, did you watch this video? Did you complete this video? Are you done? Are you taking action? Are you executing? That's what a mentor should be. My mentor told me, If you don't have access to a mentor, you don't have a mentor. So YouTube wasn't my real mentor but my virtual mentor much a mentor. But I learned so much man. It was like, I found my peak income producing hours. And then I found my peak income producing activities during those hours. And I just executed and that's why maximise 24 hours in a day.

Gresham Harkless 11:58

Nice. I definitely appreciate that. And that's a great CEO nugget. And now I wanted to ask you my absolute favourite question Sashin, which is the definition of what it means to be a CEO. And we're hoping to have different quote unquote CEOs on the show. So essentially, what does being a CEO mean to you?

Sashin Govender 12:12

Yes, So CEO to me, well, firstly, when I coach and mentor people, I never teach people how to be a CEO of a company. I teach them how to be a CEO of their own life. Anyone can own a company right now it's as simple as starting an entity. Only a handful of people can own their own life. Only a handful of people can tell themselves when to wake up, what to do, what to wear, and where to go. And a CEO literally should only live, they should have the ability to run the clock on their own timezone. They shouldn't be on a timezone out there, they should be on their own timezone. So the title of CEO right now is, is loosely thrown around. Because how many people want to be the CEO of their own life was the CEO of a company. There's 10s of 1000s of companies formulated every split second of the day. How many of those people own companies can say are all my life, only a handful? Warren Buffett owns 2400 companies, but he owns his life, because he's the Berkshire, Berkshire Hathaway, and he's got, which is the umbrella, and he's got 2400 companies under it. Bill Gates also owns over 4000 Different companies, but he's a CEO of his own life. Some people strive for the title, don't be a title leader, don't chase title, chase the fact that you have full ownership of your life.

Gresham Harkless 13:40

Absolutely,I appreciate that definition. Because a lot of times you lose perspective, and you don't realise that everything flows from the life that you have. So if you pay attention, and you focus on being the owner, and CEO of your life, just as you said, then everything will manifest itself from there. So I appreciate that definition and sanction. I truly appreciate your time, what I wanted to do is pass you the mic just to see if there's anything additional you can let our readers and listeners know and then how best people can find out about you, and all the awesome things that you're doing.

Sashin Govender 14:07

Yes, so the first thing to connect with me you can go on Google and just type my first and last name. It's Sashin. And my last name is govender or just type in the millionaire student on Instagram, and then you can go on Facebook it's facebook.com/ritirewithsashin as well. twitches while you can go on there type my first and last name, but I want to let you know right now that as we speak, first world people I love them. But they have a first world mindset and a first world work ethic. I want you to develop a third world work ethic like work don't work like that someone in third world. You don't have the infrastructure. You don't have the ability to say, hey, if I don't work, the government's gonna take care of me. You're working like you have your last bit of crumbs left. Don't chase the bread. Chase the crumbs. Because if you eat crumbs from crumbs, it's like, well, I'm putting myself in a real lifetimes where I gotta make ends meet.

Gresham Harkless 15:28

Absolutely. Well, thank you so much Sashin for your time today, but also for all the awesome things that you're doing the content and all the information you're putting out to remind us to tap into that third world kind of mentality and work ethic as well. So I appreciate you and I hope you have a phenomenal rest of the day.

Sashin Govender 15:43

Thank you so much for having me on. I appreciate it. God bless.

Outro 15:46

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