David’s note: Narender I respect your hustle! I also respect your humility – this guy also happens to be a new Salesforce MVP and accomplished blogger at forcePanda! The dream is still alive folks, follow Narender’s lead! 18 months to change your life!
P.S. we will meet in person at the next Dreamforce!
I hope you are doing absolutely wonderful. :D
I am writing this to you to express how grateful I am to you. I have been following you since early 2018, that’s when I started my Salesforce journey and my professional career as well.
A bit of background:
I hail from New Delhi, India. I didn’t get any job from my college and was unemployed for the first six months after my graduation.
Then in Jan 2018, I got my first job where I was introduced to Salesforce and soon after I got to know about our Trailblazer Community. And that’s when I got to know about some super awesome folks like you in the community.
Since then it has been quite a journey for me, from starting out as an unemployed graduate (from a non-coding background which is not even remotely related to coding or Salesforce) to now a Salesforce Developer in Berlin in just approximately 1.5 years. I moved to Berlin for my new job as a Salesforce Developer recently.
So I would like to take a moment to thank you for all that you have done for the community and inspire folks like me, so thank you very much.
I wish you very well and also hope to meet you in person someday! :)
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Huge thanks! It gave me enormous amnount of motivation.
Thanks so much, means a lot from you I’m starting back on studying my admin certification.
Thanks so much, looking forward to a new blog post already I’m starting back studying on my admin certification!!!!
I know for a fact a degree is not the end all to get a salesforce job I have mad respect for you but don’t tell people it’s like the end all to get a job through salesforce cause it’s not Apple and google took that off there requirements, and most jobs in salesforce don’t require a degree or a lot of them don’t!!!
Breck I believe you’re gonna be a great Salesforce pro cuz you’re gonna tackle it with as much persistence as you do commenting on this site LOL! Cheering for ya buddy