Gurbaksh Chahal is a die hard entrepreneur with a passion for innovation & building amazing companies. He is also the founder of ClickAgents, BlueLithium, RadiumOne, Gravity4 & The Chahal Foundation. Back in 2008, Oprah Winfrey introduced Gurbaksh to her audience by saying “My next guest is a high-school dropout who’s worth more than a hundred million dollars.”

Although he may have sold his ad-tech company, ClickAgents, for $40 million, Yahoo bought his next ad company, BlueLithium, for $300 million. But, I wanted to find out more about his startup story and how he got where he is today.

The difference between wanting and needing is the effort that you’re willing to devote to the pursuit. People who really want something are not going to wait around for the opportunity for it to come to them because anything worth wanting will not simply make its way around. To get what you really want, you have to take the initiative, waste no opportunities, and create opportunities where none were available. Don’t just sit and watch the clock: race it. – Gurbaksh Singh Chahal

However, I didn’t want to talk to Gurbaksh about his past but about his future. The serial entrepreneur has also founded Gravity4, the world’s first A.I. big data marketing cloud. The leading big data marketing cloud also introduces, LydianCoin. Lydian has licensed and has forked the G4 Marketing Cloud to provide pre-paid digital advertising services for the blockchain community, accessible by the Lydian cryptographic token.

After hearing how Paris Hilton recently pledged her support for Lydian too. I invited Gurbaksh Chahal onto the show to learn more about Gravity4 and Lydian.

This episode offers a fascinating insight into the business mindset of Gurbaksh Chahal and his refreshing motivations that are his secret to success.

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