Ziggy Xolane Ndhlovu offered some tidbits about his lifestyle in a recent encounter with The Sun where he disclosed that he is a stickler for the age-long axiom of “early to bed, early to rise makes a man wealthy and health.”
“It’s no secret that many people are more productive in the morning. I wake up at 4:30, check on the market, wash my mouth, exercise, shower, open up my email to run through my day’s schedules,” he disclosed.
According to Xolane Ndhlovu: “How you spend the first few hours of your day will have a monumental impact on the success of your professional life, personal goals, and mental well-being.”
Continuing, he revealed further: “I have to admit that I hate zoom meetings. I don’t want to see it in my schedule.”
Xolane Ndhlovu, also known as Master Ziggy, also dropped some hints on the first big money he ever earned. “Although over the years I have invested in a few IPOs that yielded a couple of hundreds of thousands to million dollars, however my bet in Binance in 2017 is currently my biggest with a cumulative total of over $100 million across 6 portfolios,” he revealed.
He revealed that he once lost $16 million. “I was forced to liquidate a certain position I got into three years ago which declined to almost 90%. The company was hit hard due to Covid,” he explained.
His biggest regret however was, according to him, “selling my 20, 000 000 000 Shiba back in March for peanut which today worth $1.1 billion.”
While he has often spoken in broad terms about how he was able to turn around his life, his stint in jail, Xolane Ndhlovu pointed out was the specific turning point.
“Going to prison shaped me into the person I’m today. I was able to reflect on the path that I was leading and asked myself a whole lot of questions that only me could answer,” he said.