Salesforce MVP 2020 Success Journey about Amit Singh
Amit Singh, has been awarded as Salesforce MVP Title in March 2020 for his exceptional contribution to Trailblazer Community. His leadership skills, contribution with answers in Trailblazer Community, Blogger, YouTuber, ability to share knowledge and being a speaker for many community conferences has inspired the Trailblazer Community members.
Here is Amit Singh Salesforce MVP success journey in his own words about self – motivation, future goals, insights and advice for future Salesforce MVP aspirants and trailblazers.
Brief Introduction about yourself and your journey with Salesforce?
I’m a Salesforce MVP, Lightning Champion, Analytics Champion and Application Architect. I have started my journey in early 2015 with ASTREA IT SERVICES. I’m a founder of SFDCPanther YouTube channel which is a salesforce learning channel and have the blog with the same. I’m love to explore the salesforce world like Salesforce Admin, Development and Architect, also leading Salesforce Group in India and also Mulesoft Group Leader & Community Speaker.
When did you first hear about Salesforce?
What Motivated you to become an Salesforce MVP?
I never aimed for this title. The only thing that I aimed and will keep doing is giving back to Salesforce Ohana Family. I love to help the people around and guide them to how they can get into Salesforce World. I will keep helping, guiding to all trailblazers.
Did you have any Mentors if so what was their role during your journey towards MVP?
Having a mentor is a blessing in your personal or professional life and I am blessed to have a great mentor who is playing the role for both Personal & Professional Life.
What would be your best definition of Salesforce MVP?
As per Salesforce Salesforce MVPs are lifelong learners who go above and beyond to share their expertise and help the entire community blaze trails. Salesforce MVP is the one who is always willing to help the Ohana family no matter either he/she have the title or not.
How does it feel being an MVP compared to a Trailblazer?
A True Trailblazer is a person who comes and does the work and then goes outside to show, inspires the others and tell them that you can also do that. Being an MVP it feels that I have been given a big responsibility to keep the glory and keep Trailblazing. MVP is also a trailblazer.
What are your future goals and how have you planned to accomplish it?
There are many things which are in pipeline for me however the main focus is to Be a Salesforce Certified System Architect and Mulesoft Certified Professional.
Your Insights and advice for future MVP aspirants and beginners apart from Trailhead and Salesforce certifications
I will say do not set any exceptions for becoming an MVP, keep sharing the knowledge in all the possible ways, start speaking in a salesforce group near to your location. Be a multiplier & start giving back to community and I am sure if you will start giving back you will feel more happy then you will be MVP ( MVP is not the person who is titled for Salesforce but those people are also MVP who are doing great in giving back).
Anything I missed to ask you?
Yes. Here is my failure & success journey that I did posted this might motivates many professionals out there https://www.sfdcpanther.com/journey-of-a-small-village-boy-from-unknown-to-known-personality/
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Thank you Amit Singh for sharing your Salesforce MVP Success Journey. You are truly a great inspiration to many of us.