About Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison is a young Entrepreneur finding his way in London, England.

Hailing originally from a small town, just outside Cape Town, Paul arrived in London in 1998 and spent two and a half years working nightclubs and construction sites whilst trying to get an office job but with no significant tertiary education to speak of and no London experience, managed to incur more than 3000 rejection emails to his job applications in the space of two and a half years.

He eventually got offered a temporary role as a filing boy in a global Broking House and the rest, as they say, is history.

Paul now is focusing on creating multiple streams of income, through the use of leverage and scalability and currently trades a private portfolio on the US Stock Market, has a Consultancy business that works helping people to create financial wealth for themselves and their families and is also shortly due to launch an information product through internet and mobile technology.

Paul enjoys his time socializing with his friends and those close to him, trading the stock market, coaching people, training in the gym, rugby, mixed martial arts and is currently absolutely besotted with studying and working on Direct Response Marketing and understanding Consumer and Buyer behaviour.

Thank you for taking the time to visit Paul’s Blog.

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2 Comments

  1. Andy Papa said,

    Very well done on some great blogs Paul. Always full of great words of wisdom. I love the story of the Bushpig, that was really well presented. You could cut the atmosphere like a knife.

    I certainly learned something today.

    Thanks and keep up the good work.

    Andy

    • urbanjunglesurvival said,

      Hi Andy – thanks for your comments. Let me tell you, the story of the “bushpig in the kitchen” was much more hair-raising than I could portray on paper! We live to tell the tail though… 🙂 Speak soon.

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