Mr. Manoj Kumar Singh, born in Munger district of Bihar on Jan 15, 1971. He belongs to a middle-class family. His father was a teacher and received a very small amount of salary. Due to that, he did many compromises in his childhood. He did his education from the same school where his father was a teacher. He was an average student in his class.
During the age of his adolescence, he used to supply brooms to shopkeepers so that he can assist his father to fulfil the basic needs of their family. After his matriculation, he opened a small shop of stationery.
He did the study of law from Patna college where he used to sell newspapers to pay his fees. After that, he did the practice of advocate for one year in the high court and during that time, he realized that the profession of advocacy cannot make his dreams true.
So, he quit the practice of law after one year, meanwhile, he ran a business in which did his best but no avail. He had to leave his own city, he struggled in many cities for bread and butter. He said that he even drove an auto to make ends meet but nothing was fruitful. At the end, he shifted to Mumbai.
He mentioned that when he reached at Mumbai railway station, he had only twenty rupees in his pocket. He spent two days there and had not eaten anything. Fortunately, a young man came to him and asked the reason for his miserable condition. He told him the whole tale of his sorrows as well as dreams. Mr. Manoj Kumar Singh made him clear that he did not want to do the job in any condition.
He wanted to do his own business but without money, it was just an imagination for him. Fully frustrated and disappointed with his life, he stated that he would commit suicide if he failed to achieve success in his life.
By showing sympathy towards Manoj Kumar Singh, that man gave his bundle of socks and handkerchief to him and told him the method of selling. Mr. Manoj began to work for long hours and earned 1200-1500 rupees per day. But it was not enough for his dreams, he had to go miles away to accomplish his goals of becoming successful.
By the grace of God, one day, when he was selling socks on the train, Mr. Ved Prakash Ojha observed his way of selling goods and appreciate his talent. During his hard times, he came in contact with many network marketing companies but he was not interested in any of them. He believes that it was his luck that he met with Mr. Ved Prakash Ojha and followed him.
He tells, “I assumed that without money, no business can be done and I was fully devastated, I lost all the hopes of starting my own business. When Mr. Ojha started to explain the business plan of IMC, I stopped him and asked, first to tell me the technique of earning money then brief the business plan. After that, one thing that gave me a sigh of relief was, in IMC business, I do not need to invest a single penny even.”
After watching IMC’s herbal and Ayurvedic products, he realized it would be a best way to earn income as well as to do a welfare work by contributing to improve people’s health. He highly got impressed by the products of IMC and determined to do the business with IMC.
Achieved Crown President Level
To start his business, he went back to his hometown Bihar, but when he reached there, he found no office of IMC there. He decided to be a pioneer of the IMC business in Bihar. He started working on 7 Dec 2012.
He faced many obstacles in Bihar, but he never give up, he was firmed at his decision to be rich. He even sold the jewelry of his wife and started his business again. On 1st Feb 2017, he achieved the level of Crown president which was his final goal to be successful in IMC Business.
He said, “Genuinely speaking, IMC has changed my life entirely, my way of thinking, my lifestyle and my earnings too. The only advice I want to give to people who are willing to join direct selling is that you must hold on to the company till you get success in that business, you should never give up.“
He explained that there was a time when he was living in a room that has neither windows nor even a door but now, he has owned five cars which includes BMW, Fortuner, Nexon, Alto and Celerio. He fulfilled his all dreams and desires.
In his family, his wife was the only person who supported him in his tough time. She never complained about the difficulties she faced throughout the period of his struggle.
Though once he was living in a room which was totally narrow but currently, he is living in a house of 1 crore with his entire family. His children are taking education from a top school of his city.
He said, ”If you are living a life of destitute and longing to live a luxurious life, therefore, direct selling is the only way to achieve the desired life.”
Mr. Manoj Kumar Singh consists of 62 chairmen in his team.