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Entrepreneur Amit Singh Owes His Success To His Parents, Says I Am Nothing Without Them

Entrepreneur Amit Singh Owes His Success To His Parents, Says I Am Nothing Without Them

Amit Singh is a well-known fitness freak and is also one of India’s biggest automobile followers.

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  • Last Updated: March 26, 2020, 8:07 PM IST
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Born in Patna, Amit Singh hails from a well to do family who has always believed in hard work and perseverance and that’s what has helped Amit achieve his goals. All thanks to his parents.

Amit who is a proud owner of Fusion Gym in Mumbai dedicates his success entirely to his parents who stood behind him rock solid and motivated him to achieve what he desired.

Amit has always been a bright student during his school days. His craze for fitness and automobiles got built ever since his childhood. Bullied by many rich brats in his school, Amit never lost hopes and kept moving forward. His parent's teachings to never give up in life have helped Amit a lot.

We all have heard of the phrase that ‘Rome was not built in a day’, this was the mantra shared by Amit’s parents to achieve the path of success with patience and will power.

Amit has always followed his parents to date and owes a major part of his success to them.

Amit Singh is a well-known fitness freak and is also one of India’s biggest automobile followers. His journey since the start has been an inspiration too many and has garnered immense popularity in recent times owing to his huge body of work.

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