Barta Ferenc may only be 20 years old, but he has already accomplished a lot in his life. The Hungarian writer and entrepreneur has amassed an impressive number of followers on social media, and his work has been featured by both the Huffington Post and Fox News Channel in the past. His new book, called The Millionaire Messenger: How to Make Money and Change Your Life, focuses on helping others to make money online and achieve success with their own businesses using social media as the main channel of communication.
A summary of his bio
Barta Ferenc is a 20-year-old entrepreneur, investor, and writer from Hungary. He is a contributor to the Huffington Post and a regular guest on Fox News Channel. His new book, The Millionaire Messenger: How to Make Money and Change Your Life, is all about how to make money online. In it, he shares his own personal story of making money online and provides tips and advice for others who want to do the same.
Why he wrote The Millionaire Messenger
He wrote it because he saw how much money the richest people in the world had, and he wanted that for himself. But he was too young to go out and start a business on his own. So instead, he started writing about business ideas on his blog and then publishing them as books for other people. It turned out that a lot of people were interested in this topic, so he made enough money to quit his day job and focus on what really mattered: making even more money! Investing is a tough business. Deciding which stocks to buy and sell can be tough. Even harder is to know if you’re making the right choice with your money.
Join Him on my mission!
He wants people to know about how they spend their money and also, he wants people to not be afraid of trying new things. Barta Ferenc has a lot of followers on his social media accounts so I think that it is a good idea for him to share his thoughts on this matter. The mission is to show as many people as possible how easy it is to make money online without any special skills or having any previous experience in business. His target audience are youngsters who can’t find the right job for them, or who have just graduated but haven’t found an appropriate job yet.