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Collin Sherburne, From Brain Surgeries To Financial Freedom

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Collin Sherburne, a 19 year old entrepreneur from Wareham, Massachusetts, has created quite the name for himself. Back in June of 2016 at the age of 14 Collin faced Bacterial Meningitis and an Abscess on the brain. During this battle he had 2 EVD’s placed in his head and 4 total brain surgeries within 2 months. With a 4% chance of making it out of that alive with serious long term effects and a 96% chance of death, Collin found himself the most positive person in the room through that time, saying he will be “just fine” and “everything will be good” to Friends, Family, and even Doctors. Sherburne was able to go back home in August completely fine.


After overcoming that sickness and studying 4 years at a trade school to become an Electrician and winning top classman of his shop, Collin realized that’s not what made him happy. He wanted to create his own business helping young entrepreneurs like him, find what makes them happy and guiding them down the right path to success.

After reaching out to Collin to get his thoughts he replied, “It was easily the biggest life changing experience anyone can ask for. I was young and didn’t really care about anyone or anything when I was in the hospital. After coming out of that hospital with all my memories and being completely fine, I realized I got extremely lucky and life isn’t to be taken for granted. Do what makes YOU happy, not someone else. There’s no need to live a miserable life doing something you hate. When you can easily do something you love and be happy!”


Now at the age of 19, Collin is an active trader in the Stock Market and Crypto Currency. Teaming up with the Money Man, Joe Still. They have created a company named TLMM “Teach learn Make Money” assisting young entrepreneurs on the path to becoming financially free.

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