Luc Longmire is a full-time entrepreneur that has had the privilege of travelling the world teaching financial literacy with the mission of opening a school for entrepreneurship to change third world countries around the world. Based on his current travels and ambitions, it would seem that Luc has been in a good situation for a long period of time where he’d be able to put others before him. What is admirable about Longmire is that this is not the case whatsoever. He’s overcome past demons and made a name for himself even when it would have been easy to count him out.
Growing up in Indiana, Luc fell in love with football, devoting his high school life to the sport. After a tough end to his football career, he turned to drugs and became addicted to pain pills he was prescribed to after shoulder surgery. The problem snowballed to the point where he became a major drug dealer, eventually landing in jail twice serving a year combined. From there, he spent almost two years in rehab and a halfway house. Getting a fresh start at life is a blessing for anyone, and Longmire certainly could have become complacent after landing a manager position at Lowe’s. But, Luc isn’t cut from the same cloth as most people.
After leaving Lowe’s, Luc got a job at Gold’s Gym, rekindling his old passion for fitness and athletics. After working his way up to general manager, he fell in love with the gym lifestyle and sales. But, even then he simply wasn’t content with where he was at and left after 4 years at the gym. Soon after, Luc discovered network marketing and forex and it would quickly change his life for the better.
Just 9 months into the game, Luc was able to retire himself from the 9 to 5 lifestyle for good and go all-in on forex and impacting thousands of lives globally. In 2019 alone, he has been to 22 countries and is already slated to travel to 20 more in 2020. He’s motivated by travelling and seeing various cultures, and it has become a truly powerful cycle for Luc as he always is able to find motivation with his daily routine.
Since starting with forex and marketing, Luc has become the top educator in his company he’s partnered with and has even created his own trading app. After becoming accustomed to all of the lavish material items, he’s turned his attention to making memories, serving others, and doing things that make his soul rich. He’s extremely grateful for the life that he’s currently living, and feels that his duty today is to help and serve others. Even with all of his recent success, however, Luc still finds the value in failure.
The only way to become successful is to learn from your mistakes and fail until you succeed, and Luc truly believes that one of the most important things you can do on your entrepreneurial journey is to fail, and not be afraid to fail. If you’re not experiencing failure, you aren’t truly going all in and are holding yourself back from giving it your all. Success also happens mostly behind the scenes. No one sees the behind the scenes grind besides you, and Luc knows that those lonely moments are where greatness happens.
The most rewarding aspect of working for himself has been overcoming all of the doubters and naysayers to find massive success. The hate and doubt he received were enough to make anyone fold, but Luc turned this negative energy into fuel to keep him going, and he is showing no signs of letting up.
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