A Day In The Life: USC Student // Millionaire Entrepreneur

Sam Dhillon is a USC basketball player, pre-med Human Biology major, and Founder/CEO of a multi-million dollar investment firm. Follow us in a day in his life! Apply for a free education assessment at http://bit.ly/DITL_USCstudent

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Music Tracks Used:
– Roller Genoa: Safe and Warm in Hunter’s Arms
– Ehrling: Adventure
– Hanvai: Morning Sunrise
– Ehrling: Chasing Palm Trees
– Hanvai: Not Here
– Lasers: Amsterdam
– Chariots of Fire theme song

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21 Comments on “A Day In The Life: USC Student // Millionaire Entrepreneur”

  1. sleep at 2:30 or 3, wake up at 5:30. thats literally impossible to function on less than 3 hours of sleep a day, especially as a D1 athlete. good bullshitter

  2. Well I guess not regular student but student athletes shouldn’t complain anymore but should be given a salary

  3. Mad respect, but he looks like he's 40.

    I hope he adds a few hours more sleep so he doesn't lose his health.

  4. "biology major who hopes to become a brain surgeon, started a nonprofit, helped coordinate a mobile medical clinic for the homeless" now that is the representation of a human that wants to contribute to a cause bigger than himself.

  5. I don't get how he survives off 2-3 hours of sleep a night. I get he has great genetics, he is tall and intelligent and really hard working but still I have never heard of any human being able to sleep only 2-3 hours a night.

    I've tried sleeping 5-6 hours a night and have felt like crap the next day and the whole day goes bad, i would need at least 7 hours to function well and prefer to get at least 8 hours of sleep a night. i just cannot understand how he consistently sleeps 2-3 hours a night and does not feel like crap the next day and does not just pass out from the lack of sleep. The part i don't get is how he works out and practices for basketball buy only needs 2-3 hours of sleep. that is crazy.

    i mean even science says that we at least need to get 6 hours of sleep a night to function properly but who knows maybe Sam Dhillon is some sort of genetic super human or super hero, i mean he is 6'8", super smart and hard working.

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