Mathieu Tyler Jang was always inclined towards the wonders of the business world. His interest had developed at a very early age and he sort of knew that he had the entrepreneurial mindset one needs to have in order to gain a foothold in the business industry. He took the very hasty decision of dropping out of college the day he found out that his Business Studies professor hadn’t run a single business in his lifetime. Mathieu remembers thinking and doubting whether someone could really teach him something that they themselves hadn’t achieved or experienced firsthand. On the surface, this decision seemed extremely negligent and brash but it has been one of the first steps that guided Mathieu Tyler Jang to the place and position of an incredibly successful entrepreneur.
That’s when he started looking into digital sales and marketing. This was back in 2009, when social media was just starting to become what it is today. The now 29-year-old has since generated over $100-million in online sales for his clients while helping hundreds of others start successful internet-based businesses.
“It’s been unbelievable,” Jang recalls. “Back when I got started all I wanted to do was make enough money to travel, since my family didn’t have the money when I was a kid. But once I started dialing in my skill set, I realized the enormous untapped potential in this industry.”
Those skills include running paid ads on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, writing compelling copy to optimize sales conversions, and mastering the tried and true tactics of high-ticket sales closing.
Jang says, “I always tell people who run businesses, whether they’re chefs with restaurants or personal trainers with gyms, you’re not in the business of food or fitness. You’re in the business of selling. Whether you like it or not, once you start a business, any business, you are in sales. It’s your job to sell what you do. Or hire someone to sell what you do.”
And in the era of internet sales and marketing, there’s few to none who do it as prolifically as Mathieu Tyler Jang.