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Business ignite

Our Vision

We believe that… 

  • Everyone should acquire core business skills that allows them to survive in any market conditions: be it a war, an economic crashpandemic crisis, or galactic interruption 
  • The ability to build, market, grow and sell your services and products is a core skill 

Business ignite

Our Mission

We believe that… 

  • Everyone should acquire core business skills that allows them to survive in any market conditions: be it a war, an economic crashpandemic crisis, or galactic interruption 
  • The ability to build, market, grow and sell your services and products is a core skill 

Business ignite

Our Values

We Value 

  • Funneling clients to achieve their own wisdom, intelligence, and strategic thinking 
  • Develop their Never -Give- Up, NeverRetire attitude 
  • Looking after true clients and helping them in their journey 
  • Celebrate the Wins

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.

That desire for financial confidence stayed with me. By age twelve I began working as a waiter in a restaurant seating over 300 guests at a time. Even as a child I quickly moved through the ranks, starting as a bus boy and advancing to a supervisory role, overseeing over a dozen wait staff and allocating seats. Very soon, I realized that no matter how hard I worked, my value to that marketplace was only worth NZ $25 + sumptuous free meal per shift, contrary to my employer who was making $5000 on average in 5 hours shift (and that was in the 90s). While the pay was inconsequential at best, the invaluable lesson was that profits are better than wages, and whilst Wages make you a living, profits can make you a fortune. It was in that role that I also learned the art of influence, and It was also there that I developed the strategic planning skills that would be pivotal to my future entrepreneurship and business successes.
Over the next few years, it became increasingly obvious to me that I would never be able to rely solely on hard work to yield success. The odds were stacked against me. English was my second language, not my first, and it was evident that I was lacking verbal eloquence as a result. I was a C student at best, especially in the courses that mattered, and I was a racial minority in Wellington, New Zealand, and Melbourne, Australia, where we moved when I was seventeen years old. I was faced with two options: recognize the disadvantage and throw in the towel, or recognize the disadvantage and increase my chances of success by relying on consuming the right education instead of hard work. I took the latter.
When I graduated from university, I knew my odds of getting the most coveted position were slim, so I tipped them in my favor. I combined hard work with education. I went to my University library right after my final exam and spent hours researching the most common interview questions. I spent weeks crafting the ideal response to each question and then rehearsing and synthesizing those responses. My hard work paid off. I delivered the answers perfectly and landed that high-paying job that requires 7 years of specialized work experience, earning pay that is equivalent to near six figures today.

However, the job, like most jobs, wasn’t what I thought it would be. It led to pure boredom, lack of growth, and what felt like intellectual suppression of my true potential. I felt deflated and drained. My entrepreneurial spirit didn’t want to work for someone else. That’s when I invested five digits in business and marketing training: I went back to Uni to get another degree, attended seminars, attended night classes, purchased course materials, consulted with business coaches, consumed hundreds of hours of expert content, and more. I leveraged every moment of the day to better myself, and that investment of time and money led to my next step: the purchase of my first “buy, grow, sell” business venture. I went on to repeat the process again and again.
The business ventures gave me the freedom and financial confidence I wanted, but a mentor gave me this advice: never be complacent. Everything in life is transient. So I continued to acquire and build more businesses, test and implement more business and marketing strategies, and bit by bit cashflow accelerated. It was suggested to bank-in the equity into properties. After a few years, I ignited the marketing efforts and sold each venture for multiple times what I paid, creating lifestyle, freedom, and financial confidence along the way.

Today, I have bought, built, and sold three businesses without venture capital and achieved total financial independence. I recognize that most businesses follow the same framework and that one successful strategy can be modified and applied on another business model to replicate the same success. I also discovered that it was a privilege to have the hundreds of hours to invest in more business and marketing training. I recognize that most business owners would never have the same opportunity. I’ve made it my life’s work to share the knowledge, strategies, and skills I’ve gained throughout the years with people who want freedom and wealth through business ownership. People just like you. Every single day.

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