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Our Story

My name is Sohaib Azam and this is my story of how ProJustice came to be:

 

                                             

 

My desire to go into business came from the many challenges i faced in life. To name a few:

1) I graduated near the bottom of my law school class and was put on academic probation starting with my second year. Nonetheless, i persevered, worked hard, and graduated from law school.

2) I failed my bar exam the first time around, but i persevered and passed the second time.

3) On a handful of my document review projects, i had to work 60 to 70 hours a week, sacrificing my weekends and late nights in order to get the job done.

 

My desire to go into the web design and SEO marketing business came from my various passions and experiences in life:

1) I love to surf the internet and look at the various sites. I have seen several different web designs and have been fascinated by the various designs and templates.

2) I also love to conduct searches using search engines online. Like most people, i use Google and Yahoo when i conduct my searches. I'm motivated to learn how the search process is conducted from an internal standpoint.

3) I took a computer class in college and learned a little more about how websites were designed using HTML codes. Even though I took this class years ago, i can still recall many of the details involved in using HTML codes.

 

These experiences inspired me to go the business route. I realize like any business, it takes hard work, dedication, and a willingness to be told no on several occasions, to be successful. Nonetheless, i feel that the challenges that i have faced in my personal and professional endeavors have prepared me to cater to clients who have faced their own set of challenges in their lives. I also feel that i've selected a business which emphasizes my passions for understanding the online world.

 

Some of the quotes that i live by (and may be useful to you as well):

 

1) “A rejection is nothing more than a necessary step in the pursuit of success.” -Bo Bennett

2) "Spend a lot of time talking to customers face to face. You’d be amazed how many companies don’t listen to their customers." Ross Perot

3)" Don't aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally." David Frost 

4) "Take the attitude of a student, never be too big to ask questions, never know too much to learn something new." Og Mandino