About Alan Donegan: Today I am financially independent, I run a cool little company (PopUp Business School) with a team of 12, changing the way entrepreneurship is taught globally and I spend my time travelling around the world working with some of the coolest people.
Life wasn't always this way! At school I was the shyest kid you could meet, I struggled talking to strangers, I was paralysed by fear approaching girls, making phone calls or anything else. My family went from wealthy to £millions in debt and we had to do car boot sales (yard sales) at the weekend to raise the money to buy food.
So what changed? This is what I want to share with you and it is going to be in 3 main parts:
entrepreneurship, financial independence, and
making dreams come true.
Year Started: 2018
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