About Lejon Sumling
A son of sunny Southern California, Lejon
Sumling was raised on the principles of hard
work and a belief that everyone deserves a
life of dignity. Principles that have driven
his immense success at such a young age.
Lejon began a career in the direct sales marketing industry in his early 20’s and under the right mentorship was afforded the opportunity to work both across the US and International markets.
After years of groundwork and field experience, his big break came however when he was hired by a midsize firm as a consultant charged with the responsibility of expanding their business infrastructure in Asia which under his leadership saw a distributorship base growth of 300% and sales volume to the millions. Since then, his businesses expertise has been highly sought after in the industry, evident in his service on the presidential advisory boards of a number of companies and his appointment to the position of Vice President for a coffee company.
His direct leadership on both the executive side and as a major distributor has brought about combined net sales to the tune of over $50 million of products and services. A feat he attributes to strong faith, family, and a great team of people he has worked with consistently for over a decade.
Lejon enjoys a myriad of interests outside
business, including politics, as a public
speaker, and as an Author is currently in
the publishing stages of his highly
anticipated book, “Challenges of the 21st
Century: The Future of America in a New
World”. Also an avid golfer, he describes
his visit to the Royal Dornoch in Sutherland
Scotland as “memorably unforgettable”.
A young kid from Cali but with herculean
drive, meeting people from all backgrounds
brought Lejon to this conclusion, in his own
words; “everyone has the same dream,
regardless of what your life story is, good
or bad, where you come from, or what family
you have. We all want a better life, one
with more money, great health, and true
happiness. However, there are two types of
people on this planet and the difference is
not race or nationality or religion. The
difference is that of failure and success.
Failures keep on dreaming, hoping, and
wishing, while success takes action today
and every subsequent day to achieve a dream.
Success is not about how much money you have
or don’t have, it is a mindset, a conscious
decision you make to achieve all you want
out of life, because quite simply, YOU CAN.
The question is, what decision have you
made? To be a failure by default or to be a
success by action?”
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