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Inspiring Conversations with Jas Mathur of Limitless

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jas Mathur.

Jas, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
My entrepreneurship began when I launched my first business at age 12, creating and developing high-traffic wrestling news websites. Looking back, I was a huge wrestling fan growing up. I ordered every single pay-per-view and have been going to live events since a very young age. WWE didn’t even have a website at that time. People would call the 1-800 number to get news on what was happening in the wrestling world. I bought my first “.com”, which cost me about $250 Canadian, and used a grassroots technique to attract people to my website for the latest wrestling news, sans SEO or social media. This grew quickly and ended up bringing in over $30k each month. At 16, I sold it to a major media company and throughout the years, founded and reinvented a series of companies in various industries that include satellite TV, digital surveillance, downloadable media, online dating, and online gambling, to name a few.

My focus today is Limitless, my brand house of physician formulated health, beauty and wellness brands that I plan to take public and expand internationally.

I also recently partnered with Dr. Oz’s nonprofit, Healthcorps, to address health inequities in at-risk communities through educational leadership, programming, and service-learning. With Healthcorps, I look forward to jumpstarting health and wellness programs for teens and young adults to support programming, both in and out of schools, to empower teens to take control of their health and impact the health of their communities through education and civic engagement.

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way. Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
It has not been a smooth road. I’ve always been diligent about setting goals and achieving them swiftly. With the changing business dynamics over the years, most of the challenges, that I have noticed, come when one assumes accomplishment and then are disappointed when it doesn’t come to fruition exactly how they expected. The journey is in the process of mastering the art of patience. Knowing how to manage expectations will better prepare you for both personal and professional growth.

We’ve been impressed with Limitless, but for folks who might not be as familiar, what can you share with them about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
Limitless and my personal motto is “Live to Inspire, Reinvent Yourself, Dream, Believe, and Achieve.” I founded Limitless after taking hold of my physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

It’s that mentality I hope to instill in the company’s mission. Our core fundamentals reflect a strong mindset, willpower, and the ability to unlock the mind’s full potential.

From a brand perspective, I’m most proud of the image I’ve created for myself, which was the most challenging. By focusing so completely on the success of my business endeavors, my health suffered greatly. By the time I was 22 years old, I weighed over 450 pounds. It was at this point I realized I needed to make a significant change in my life and health. Creating a company that mirrors the lifestyle I embraced as I transformed my mind and body, and lost over 250 pounds in the process, is the foundation of Limitless and its trajectory.

Prospective services we are blueprinting for Limitless include personality development, life coaching, and educational platforms in addition to our portfolio of lifestyle brands. What sets us apart is the R&D, formulations, and dosages – products that actually work which I fully believe in. The engineers, biochemists, and experts with decades of experience in these industries ensure the products we develop can deliver and resonate with consumers. Marketing and presentation – that’s all important, but it’s the follow through that impresses our clientele the most.

What was your favorite childhood memory?
Getting my first computer at age 11, which kickstarted my interest in computer coding and consumer electronics. The first thing I did was print out a picture of The Undertaker. There was no social media yet, and I was really into IRC chat rooms at the time. I taught myself CGI, Pearl, and HTML – tools that prepared me for great success when I launched my wrestling news website and for ventures beyond.

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Jas Mathur, Limitless

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