The 30 Best Entrepreneurs to Look For in 2018

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At 21, a young David Reimherr, full of innovative ideas and entrepreneurial mindset was working as a sales rep for a college magazine. This was his humble beginning and later on an introduction  to the marketing world. Recognizing David’s talent, the owner of the magazine offered him the VP position. With a keen interest in the marketing field and gumption enough to dare, David accepted the position. This dialing for dollars and lesson learning experience continued for a couple of years, along with a ton of hard work and putting in long hours.


Through the years, the progression continued and David’s company started flourishing. After 8 or 9 years, the company’s decision makers eventually got to the point where salesforce expansion was necessary. Along came the recognition that there was a need to concentrate more on branding, marketing, and bringing in leads. This led to promoting the company’s sales assistant and beginning afresh with another challenge that was unfamiliar with David.

Quoting from David’s favorite book, ‘The Motivation Manifesto’, the author Brendon Burchard says, “All the real riches–love, passion, joy, satisfaction, harmony–are available now on the menu of the mind, available for us to savor should we awake and order them.” The book sheds light on the joy’s of life and freedom to achieve the unachievable. David highly recommends this book to people, as he himself religiously reads through the daily repetition of its motivational content and draws positive mindset from it. With a dire need for a positive attitude and relief from the build-up resentment towards people led David to this book of though-provoking enchantments.