Behind the success of every businessman lies their extraordinary business skills which make
them stand apart from others. While education comes in the picture when we talk about great
business stories, but more than that many people have succeeded through their practical
knowledge. Jean Paul Schoor is the right example of it who belongs from a village in the
municipality of Neunkirchen Seelscheid in Germany. His childhood saw a rough patch when his
parents, Renate Schoor and Jörg Schoor parted their ways when Jean was just 3. He grew up
in an environment where his mother and stepfather had financial instability during those days.

Jean during his childhood found his love for football at the age of 5. More than academics, he
had an inclination towards sports. At the age of 6, he went to an elementary school in
Neunkirchen Seelscheid. When he was 10, the kid moved to the Birk district un Lohmar. He did
his schooling from there but was teased and bullied which kept him disturbed. It resulted in his
lack of concentration on studies and even his mother insisted him to leave football to pay
attention to studies. The phase saw a negative impact on his life as he got addicted to drinking
and smoking at a very early age.

This rough phase, however, did not last long when a teacher from his school motivated him to
discover his talent. Jean then focused on education and got an apprenticeship as a vehicle
mechatronics engineer. He was expelled from his training because of his irregular attendance at
the vocational school. To make his mother proud, Jean finally got to complete his training at
Bosch Service in Siegburg. After his apprenticeship, he learnt a lesson from his uncle to be
workaholic and not wait for the weekends. “My uncle does not have fun but he likes what he
does. It was clear to find my purpose before doing work”, said Jean.

Jean understood the importance of education and got a diploma degree in mechanical
engineering. Along with it, he did many jobs to meet his financial desires. This young guy then
realized his interest in going to the federal police for which he cleared all the exams but could
not make it through due to a serious ligament injury. It again put a hold to his dreams and while
he was 22, Schoor did not have a direction about his aim. He took a break and travelled abroad
to Turkey and Thailand for 6 months to learn about different cultures and people. At this time, he
found his inspiration when a man revealed his story of earning 7-figures income.

That’s when the idea of business and entrepreneurship came in his mind. He founded his
marketing company at the age of 22. On the onset of his firm’s establishment, he did not have
many clients in the first year. While learning about marketing and its concepts in-depth, the
second year was life-changing for him which made him a high-class marketer in Germany. Jean
today is in the best phase of his career and is among the top 100 network marketers in the
world. Inspiring people by his work, he has given several speeches and his interview along with
the most prominent network marketing trainer Eric Worre.

The entrepreneur today has a team of 7000 sales partners from different countries like Canada,
Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Holland and Thailand. When asked about his goal in the next 5
years, Jean said, “I want to build a network of one million people and train all the amateur
marketers about network marketing.” His team is widely known as the Black Diamond Success
Club who aims to set up the world’s largest social project. Being a goal-oriented and a
sales-oriented person, Jean Paul Schoor has brought the best businesses under his umbrella
through network marketing. Not only he is excelling as a marketer, but many businesses are
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