“I Achieved the American Dream. Now, it’s Time to Pay It Forward!”

Daymond John
Star of ABC’s Shark Tank & Founder of FUBU

Imagine having the opportunity to invest in “the Next” Steve Jobs, before anybody has heard of him.

I’m about to give you that chance.

Do you think you could spot that future American visionary – that entrepreneurial “diamond in the rough?” Let’s find out.

Shortly after he was born, Steve Jobs was adopted by a Coast Guard mechanic (Paul) and a bookkeeper (Clara). [i] [ii]

With a growing family, his parents used their life savings to purchase a modest 3-bedroom house in Los Altos, California. [iii]

As a child, Steve was bullied and considered a loner. So his dad built him a workbench to “pass along his love of mechanics.”

Fast forward to the mid-1970’s, when a 21-year-old Steve Jobs, now a college dropout, was busy in his parent’s garage with that workbench, building computers from spare parts.

It was for his brand-new startup – Apple.

Back then, nobody in their wildest dreams could’ve imagined that Apple would become the world’s first $3 trillion company and provide work for 2.4 million Americans, except maybe one person… [iv][v]

Steve Jobs.

And that reminds me of one of my all-time favorite quotes.

“The people crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”

– Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was one of America’s greatest visionary entrepreneurs.

However, without Mike Markkula, you may have never heard of him.

But thanks to him, Apple became a world changer.

Markkula was the first angel investor to back Jobs and his startup – Apple.

He cut a check in 1977 and was always around to help the young entrepreneur when he needed advice.

Three years later, Apple IPO’d and Markkula’s investment had soared 220,552%.

Consider this. When Apple went public, the company was worth $1.8 billion. [vi]

It’s worth 1,569X more today. [vii]

So if Markkula had held on to his original stake in Apple, his return would be astronomical.

Throughout our country’s history, angel investors have been the force driving our most brilliant minds to create the startups that revolutionized industries while leading our economy into the future.

From Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas Edison and the Wright Brothers – all the way to modern times -angel investors have been their unsung heroes.

They had the guts to take the risks, backing these entrepreneurs at the beginning of their stories.

I owe everything to my angel investor.

I started my company with just $40 and my own version of the American Dream. And it was my first angel investor who made it possible for me to grow that startup into a $6 billion empire.

Now it’s time to pay it forward. I’m launching an exciting mission. And I need your help.

I’m looking for Americans who are willing to step forward today to do what others won’t. So tomorrow, we can achieve what those others can’t.
Together we’ll hunt for “the Next” Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, and Jeff Bezos.
I’m going to back this new generation of American entrepreneurs by investing $100,000 into their startups.

I’ve already identified the two candidates that will launch our mission. You can view the game plan here.

If our mission is a success, we’ll help create hundreds of thousands of high-paying jobs. And the reward for those who join the cause, could be just as transformational.

Data from the Federal Reserve, spanning decades, has determined that for every $1 you make in profits from stocks, you could make $1,650 as an angel investor in startups.

Beating Wall Street by 1,650X is how you earn generational wealth.

Are you in?

Let’s get to work.

Daymond John, The People’s Shark

[i] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Jobs

[ii] https://jimdaly.focusonthefamily.com/improbable-adoption-story-steve-jobs/

[iii] https://www.businessinsider.com/my-grandmas-los-altos-garage-is-where-apple-was-created-2015-1

[iv] https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/03/technology/apple-3-trillion-market-value.html

[v] https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2019/08/apples-us-job-footprint-grows-to-two-point-four-million/

[vi] https://www.thestreet.com/apple/stock/1980-to-now-the-journey-of-apples-market-cap

[vii] https://ycharts.com/companies/AAPL/market_cap


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