About Victor Kon
I was born an entrepreneur. Both of my parents ran businesses when I was little, instilling in me the spirit of entrepreneurship and financial confidence.
In fact, at just eleven years old, I got my first lesson in entrepreneurship, and it was that the market only pays for results. I got paid NZ $25 to deliver newspapers to 250-300 households during the often cold and windy climate of Wellington, New Zealand. While I no longer have to put forth the same physical effort and endure undesirable weather, the grit I learned continues to serve me well in my business successes today. My only goals at age eleven were total self-reliance and financial confidence.