From the Diary Of

Muhammad Nauman

At age 14, I would manage my father's Autos Store occasionally on his command, as I wouldn't say I liked that at all. 
In 2006, The mobile signals started touching from nearby towns in particular spots in our village.
At age 19, I would do my first business attempt, a self-funded computer servicing and mobile recharge shop in my village.
I recall a memory from my first business; when I noticed the first competitor in the mobile recharge business! I created an eye-catching word document on my computer and made a regular customer's list.!
I assigned them a four-digit Numeric code of their choice and told them that you could call from any number or landline number for distant recharge.
Our villagers' less interaction with the computer helped me.  In our village, the computer was the next big thing to replace CD and DVD players. This novice marketing plan worked on my regular customers, and I retained the customers.

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