Who is Brandon Fong?

I am a 21-year old college student who became obsessed with self-improvement and entrepreneurship because I felt like I had no other option.

Growing up I didn’t have much, but I went to school with kids who did.

My stomach used to churn every day when the school bell rang at 2:30 because I knew that in a few minutes, I was going to be picked up in a squeaky, rusty, multicolored, hubcap-less minivan.

I remember being ecstatic when my ride came late because I knew that nobody else would have to see me get into that stupid car.

Awkward middle school Brandon rocking a Hulk t-shirt...

But why waste your energy on something you can't control?

Back then, I had no control over the fact that I had to be picked up in a crappy car.

It wasn’t until high school when I realized that there was no point in wasting my energy worrying about something that I couldn’t control and things began to change.

I figured…

What if instead, I focused on what I could control, and worked every day to build my skills and make myself more valuable?

Surely if I kept doing that, I would eventually build myself to a point where I would become so impressive that I could do whatever I wanted to.

And that's when things started taking off.

Now as a soon-to-be college senior, I’ve been the president of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO), worked on (and failed) at a startup venture, studied abroad for one semester in Spain and another in Sweden, acquired $30,000+ in scholarships, and published a bestselling book, while maintaining a 3.9 GPA pursuing a double major in entrepreneurship and marketing with a digital marketing emphasis and a minor in Spanish.

I believe that my mission in life is to Unleash Awesomeness and to continuously learn, grow, and teach everything I know.

I guess you could say that what inspired me to write my first book.

Leverage went on to become a bestseller on Amazon in four separate categories, was featured in The Huffington Post, and received reviews from people like Shark Tank star Kevin Harrington and Aaron Kennedy, the founder of Noodles & Company.

So what mischief is Brandon up to now?

Well, I’m addicted to travel, writing, and spending time with my girlfriend Leah.

My current objective is to get my book into the hands of as many college students as humanly possible because I believe that our educational system has a long way to go.

And I know I can help.

Along my journey, I have met some pretty awesome people.

One of the coolest cats that I met was Jeff Hoffman, the founder of Priceline.com.

This dude

There is no "they."

Among many of the things that Jeff taught me, one of my favorites was his concept of “there is no they.”

In other words, whenever you hear someone along the lines of:

“They should do something to fix that”

you should really stop and listen.

Because if everyone keeps pointing fingers saying “they” should do something, nothing will ever get done.

So I’m doing somethin’

I think that more college students deserve to feel like they have a say in what will happen in their future, and that the days of getting good grades and staying involved with student organizations to launch you into a career you love are over.

My goal is to challenge your thinking and show you strategies to design the life you want and take the real world by storm.

So if you’re kinda overwhelmed with all the pressures and expectations being put on you right now, don’t worry.

Because you’re so awesome and took the time to read up to this point, I’d like to give you some of my best content away for free, including a chapter of my bestselling book. All you have to do to get started is click the button below.

I look forward to learning and growing with you! We have a lot of work to do 🙂

Stay Awesome,