The 570 Blog Showcase - Sameer Sinha
The financial world is key to the development of businesses. While most businesses exist to do more than just turn a profit, money does drive the inner workings of every business in the world. From bank loans to insurance, the world is always in need of people who are savvy with finances. Sameer Sinha, a New York City resident works in this field every day. Sinha works not only as an entrepreneur but also as a modern day e-commerce businessman.
“It was a struggle for years to get started but 2020 was an insane year where everything aligned. Launching Woahub and Winniesweeps, two small business SaaS marketing platforms, it’s been a humbling experience managing them so far. The best part is speaking with small business owners and learning of their daily struggles and how I can add value. Doing that research creates the market as an entrepreneur,” said Sinha.
In the early days of getting into business, Sinha says he looked to his father for inspiration. Working in small businesses that his father owned also prepared Sinha to know what it takes to succeed in the financial world.
“Aside from professional ambitions, I have had great experiences working in my family’s small businesses. My dad has always been a great influence to work hard and do more. From that I was inspired to start a venture that can support the growth of small businesses around me."
Although being a business owner also means being creative. For that inspiration Sinha looked elsewhere.
What inspired you to be a creator?
“My passion for business. Every day I wake up I’m thinking of ways to make sure my clients succeed. A win for them is a win for me. The key is to do proper market research so I know that what I am creating will be of use to them."
Sinha says that he was also inspired by 2020 and the extreme hardships it brought. Resourcefulness was one of the skills he learned, which he says helped him prioritize his business plans. While it was not a fast process or year, he attributes his success to his ambitions.
What does it mean to you to be a creator?
“Producing value, tangible or intangible. When you create, you’re making something that holds importance to someone. When I create, I’m trying to solve problems. My niche as a professional and an entrepreneur is to find the pain points of businesses and help them grow,” said Sinha.
The financial world, much like the artistic or music world, involves difficulties. Whether that is market climates or rates, things are never perfect. Sinha says brainstorming and problem-solving are skills he uses constantly to further his businesses and help clients.
“When you put that pen to paper, it can be tough figuring out what you’re trying to accomplish. As a creator, knowing your purpose goes a long way. When you understand that, waking up motivated to help others find theirs becomes so much easier."
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Quote on creativity
“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress. Working hard for something we love is called passion.” – Simon Sinek