A Success Story Of Vattanak Khun
Most people think that being an entrepreneur is about having that big idea. And it is.
Most people think that being an entrepreneur is about having that big idea. And it is. To start something new, you need to have an idea that works: something people need, something they'll want, and most importantly — at least for the people investing in your idea — something that's scalable.
Vattanak Khun is the youngest upcoming entrepreneurs of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He has the brain behind Go Dimensions. The aim of the company is to develop a simple technological solution for the digital world. He is the youngest Digital marketing entrepreneur in Cambodia. When asked about how they managed to achieve this feat, he responded by saying "reading books and solving the problems given to him".
Fond of travelling and reading. Khun's life is full of achievement and his biggest achievement is that he is a founder CEO of Sad inside. His another achievement is that in spite being only a student he is a Speaker. Moreover, he had also established e-commerce stores in Cambodia. His dream for life is becoming a successful Investor. Vattanak Khun is full of excitement. His hobbies are sports, music, drinks and dance. Vattanak Khun is also a food lover. This young entrepreneur is an avid blogger. Also, his customer relationship manager's and social media skills help him managing and planning digital marketing campaigns.
At the age of 24 where most of the boy's attitude towards life is erratic and unplanned, Vattanak Khun on the flipside was more determined and focused. When kids of his age were busy playing video games, he does a part-time job and got his first earning, which in itself talks in volumes about his perspective towards life. Not all kids have the passion for doing different things when others listen to their elders some have the courage to think beyond the usual and show the world their potential to rise.
An artist, entrepreneur, web designer and public speaker, Khun also organizes meetings for students to learn bits and pieces about entrepreneurship and more. Vattanak Khun has benefited society in more than one ways. He has also managed to achieve what most of the people only think of.
In the end, most people equate entrepreneurship with ideas. But for many, the real entrepreneurship happens internally — with the process of stepping up, having courage, and doing things that you never thought you'd be able to do. By flexing your behaviour and learning to act outside your comfort zone, you'll be well on your way toward achieving your goals.