It’s always good to see entrepreneurs make money whilst also having a massive impact on communities and people’s life’s. This is exactly what former The Apprentice candidate, Sabrina Stocker is doing!
In the following interview, Sabrina talks to If Only They knew to share more on her success story and her tips for young entrepreneurs.
Before The Apprentice, Sabrina always had that entrepreneurial spirit, setting up a store selling retro sweets as part of the Young Enterprise scheme at just age 14.
As well as having the business acumen, Sabrina says she can be quite crazy at times, which we saw a few times on the show. Sabrina’s bubbly character wasn’t just seen on the TV, but also seen by her friends on a consistent basis as she admits she often finds herself dancing - whether it be with Uber drivers or cabin crews, Sabrina will be the one to start a dance off!
Perhaps it’s this mix of business acumen and confidence that has allowed Sabrina to reach the levels of success that she’s found herself hitting over the past few years.
"I am a mix of Willy Wonka drinking an espresso martini...classy and sophisticated on the outside; inside, a little bit crazy and wacky but full of brilliant ideas"
Speaking to If Only They Knew, Sabrina states that her best tip for young entrepreneurs is to follow your passion.
“Find out what you love to do in your spare time & then think about how to make money. That way you’re building a business around something you are passionate about & therefore you’ll be more willing to put in the work.”
Sabrina was fired in week 11 of the 12 week competition on The Apprentice, but there’s no doubt that the show has only helped to leverage her career.
Going forward, the young entrepreneur plans to expand her Tennis events company (MyTennisEvents) internationally & perhaps launch some fitness related products.
As well as this, Sabrina is using her bubbly personality well by creating great content on YouTube and would be willing to go into presenting kids TV.
”My personal ambition is to be in the Forbes 30 Under 30”.
We are sure that this will definitely be possible for the young entrepreneur as Sabrina is following her passions, which makes the route to success easier.
Sabrina appeared on The If Only They Knew Podcast to talk more about her story and advice for young people, to listen to this full conversation click here!