In 2016, I found myself at university, struggling to cover my expenses without relying on my father’s support. I had a strong desire to make money part-time, as a full-time job alongside my studies seemed unfeasible. With this drive, I explored various avenues to earn a living.

My initial attempt was teaching at a coaching center, which I soon realized was not a sustainable path. I felt stuck without any alternatives. A unique aspect of my journey was my early fascination with learning and exploring everything. This curiosity led me to discover Google and delve into web design and development, where I honed my skills by building multiple websites.

As I faced the dilemma of leaving the coaching center, I turned to Facebook for help, reaching out to random individuals about making money online. At that time, it seemed like an unattainable dream.

I thought, "No way, making money with just a laptop? It's like a fairy tale."

A helpful American contact on Facebook

Assured me it was possible and offered me my first online job.

I started with modest earnings, enough to put some dollars in my bank account. Everything was going well until I encountered advertisements promising the possibility of making millions online.

Many people shared stories of their SaaS businesses generating thousands of dollars per day, and I was captivated.

This led me to spend the thousands of dollars I had earned freelancing as a web designer, chasing after a secret formula.

I’m sharing all of this because I’ve grown tired of the incessant ads, emails, and videos bombarding my mind with new ideas.

It’s happened to me twice. I’ve been coached without even asking for it.

It’s happened to me twice. I’ve been coached without even asking for it.

My belief systems have been altered, and I know that if you’re a coach or an expert, you’ve probably been bombarded by internet marketers claiming to possess a “secret formula.”

They tell you that you need a website, a sales funnel, a sales system, and so on.

I’m here to tell you that you don’t need any of that. None of those things will help you secure clients. I’m not a marketer; I’m a marketing coach, and I know that these tactics don’t work.

What does work is incredibly straightforward, to the point where you might think I’m oversimplifying it. I’ve actually written an article about it, which you can find here.

So, who am I?

I’m Shan Naqvi, and I’m based in a small village in Pakistan.

I’ve made a substantial income online without the need for an LLC, a flashy US identity, or pretending to be from the United States.

I am who I am, and I’m not keen on adopting a false persona for the sake of making money.

My primary focus is on serving people, which I accomplish through my own identity. I’ve worked with numerous marketing agencies and clients who require assistance with digital marketing.

My strategy for helping clients is straightforward: I establish a genuine connection with people, provide exceptional service, and then ask for their permission to help them solve their problems for a reasonable fee.

I genuinely aim to help people, and this is the only approach I believe is necessary.

I don’t work with individuals who are desperate for money, impatient, or seeking get-rich-quick schemes.

Why? Because I’ve been there, and I know that these types of individuals seldom achieve success. They are easy targets for manipulation by those who exploit their desires.

I’ve witnessed dreams shatter in front of me due to the delusions of arrogant experts, and I’m here to ensure you don’t fall into the same traps.

PS: I have an email list where I share my ideas every week. If you’d like to join, you can find more information about it.