Zac Chua

What do you wish someone had told you at the beginning of your career?

– I wished someone had told me that business is really just all about trying and failing, and trying again until you find a way out, so it’s ok to fail. After all, you only need to be right once and the rest will be history.

– I wished that someone had told me that I just need to ask if I needed help, because people are more than willing to share. In fact they will feel wanted if you ask.

– I wished that someone had told me that in business, it’s all about who you know, not what you know

– I wished that someone had told me that I should set habits/systems, and not goals

– I wished that someone had told me that it is normal to have haters as you grow bigger. In fact people will talk about you all the time, you just need to choose whose words will affect you.

– I wished that someone had told me that all you need is 1 advise that will change your entire outlook of life.

– I wished that someone had told me that your meaning in life will come during the process of doing what you love, and not at the start or anytime else.

About Zac Chua

After building a sizeable portfolio from investments during his university days, Zac Chua challenged himself to go a step further – starting his own F&B company. Upon graduating with a degree in Business Management from SMU, Zac put his career plans on hold and dedicated himself full-time to transforming his passion for popcorn into a business. In July 2017, The Kettle Gourmet was born - and the rest was history.