Livestream: Assumptions about me, Quit my 9-5 job, left the U.S., become a YouTuber

Vietnam travel: Livestream: Assumptions about me, Quit my 9-5 job, left the U.S., become a YouTuber

The four questions that help me find my IKIGAI (Reasons and purpose in life) are:
1) What am I passionate about?
2) What am I good at?
3) What problems I’m solving for others?
4) What do I do to get paid for?

I found the path that fulfills these 4 questions is to become a Youtuber because:
1) I’m passionate about sharing positivity through traveling
2) I’m good at personal branding, marketing, storytelling, making Youtube videos
3) I’m helping people understand Vietnamese culture and connect people through culture
4) I’m getting paid by Youtube, coaching, marketing consultant, tourism services, etc (The income help me maintain free content for you all on Youtube and prevent me from being a starving content creator)

If you need help to deal with changes and find your purpose in life. Shoot me a dm, or visit my 1:1 coaching session so I can help you.

Livestream: Quitting my 9-5 job, leaving the U.S., becoming a full-time traveler in Vietnam. You can leave any questions or assumptions about me and I will answer them in the Livestream.

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41 Responses to "Livestream: Assumptions about me, Quit my 9-5 job, left the U.S., become a YouTuber"

  1. IKIGAI…Brilliant. Congrats in finding yours. I adopted my first puppy during the pandamic. I wanted to share with everyone the Joyce of doing that so more people can adopt more and donate more to animal shelter. I can certainty use some pointers to grow her channel, mushie vegas. Please take a look. I am not rich by any means lol but I appreciate your time so I am willing to pay for it. Please let me know. I want to save some time on the learning curve.

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  2. I really appreciate what you doing now. It’s not easy for anyone. The best part is that only few people are out there who actually believe in self and create there own path in life. Remember when you choose different path in life people don’t like because we all were scripted from out side society to tell you what to do or not according to them. When even I lost the job from Singapore I landed back to India after 2 years and that was a big shock for me coz now I realise that I have to to think positive and let’s build my own business (as a Architect Engineer). Now it’s been 2 year’s and I’m still growing better on my own. Trust your inside soul and self worth. Keep learning in life. Thanks for making such a great video contents on your YouTube channel and it helped me a lot in Vietnam 🇻🇳 while I was there last week. I loved how you explain things and the way you shoot video in public. Your video best part is you speak very clear and loud. Love from 🇮🇳 India. P.S- just keep moving forward and solve problems in life. You deserve more. 😬🤩

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  3. 🙂You are a wonderful Host and you represent Vietnam extremely well. You are friendly, courteous and very professional. I love your channel and I think you do a great service to people who are considering visiting Vietnam. I'm proud to be subscribed and you will get thousands of new Fans because of who you are. Keep up the great work and don't ever change. ♥We love you exactly as you are!

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  4. Hi Van,
    I watched the entire video. You touched on politics, religion, and the divisiveness it create a little bit, Yes, the Vietnamese people in the US are primarily from the South of Vietnam. I'd still be interested in hearing more of your interaction and experiences with the Vietnamese Americans you meet. I'd like to hear more about the 'refugee stories" you heard and compare it with what you knew growing up in Vietnam. How are Vietnamese Americans different from Vietnamese people in Vietnam? Is the food in Vietnam better? 🙂

    People in the US go to visit colleges just to see how beautiful they are. Are Vietnamese colleges the same? Do students in America study as hard as those in Vietnam? What is college like in Vietnam? What are the opportunities available to them after graduating compared with what your opportunities were like in the US?

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  5. Hi Van,
    Your insight into culture is interesting. You seem to be well read and have a good analytical mind. I'd be very interested learning more about the differences in culture between Hanoi and Saigon. Please give us specific examples. I'd be interested in learning about the cultural differences between Hue and the rest of the country also. It would be interesting to hear your perspective on the cultural differences between "Vietnamese refugees" in the US and the people in Vietnam in general.

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  6. 0 Animal product World · Edit

    If they hate you and want to harm you 🐁

    That means your life is good and you are doing a very good job 🐁

    That is why they hate you and want to destroy you 🌴 🐋

    Because their life isn’t great and they want to make sure your life will be worse than theirs 🪵 🌴

    They think by doing that that is how they win and you lose 🐿

    I encountered a lot of losers that destroyed my life too but I know their life got worse as well 🐞

    Losers, loners, and cowards 🐋

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  7. 0 Animal product World · Edit

    You lived in Boston that is why you are very nice 🐁

    It is insanely crazy, dangerous, hectic, and crowded in California! 🌴 🐁

    If you’re not careful you can get destroyed in California almost by anyone! 🐓 🍂 🌴 🦃

    I’m moving to a different country soon! 🦀

    Ireland! and I know a Pastor that I am very close with and know very well! 🌋

    Half of his family is Irish! 🐋 He would invite me to have a dinner with his family in Ireland! ⛰ 🏔 🌳 🌋

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  8. I stumbled across your videos about a week ago. I don’t normally comment on YouTube videos, but when I heard you talk about the negative comments, I felt the need to say something. I may never make it to Vietnam, but your content has made me want to go there some day. Or at least get some pho in the near future. It sucks that you have to deal with the negative stuff, but just know that there are a lot more people who aren’t commenting who love your work. Keep doing what you’re doing. Cause it’s good stuff.

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  9. I'm a refugees leaving Vietnam in 1977, when I'm just 13 and growing over the years in California. trying to making money in China for last 11 years after 2018 and found out only usa is the better source of place for business and being able to retired here in the best way possible. Be happy and healthy.

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  10. Kudo to you to make such a brave choice at a young age to realize that you do not have to be tie down to a job that does not bring you happiness. I myself switch my major in college a couple time but I know I want to be my own boss since I was in my teen. Listen to your intuition is the key. You are very good at English and I am so proud of you. Keep do what you do and contribute to the world what you have to inspire people.

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  11. Very inspiring video! Especially coming from a native Vietnamese. I'm a Viet Kieu from Canada but same got so burnt out from the rat race and moved to Saigon 2019 and absolutely love it! I can actually breathe and enjoy life again! Travel and not have to constantly worry if I'll make ends meet at the end of the month. But now I am the same.. I've reverted back to a corp job since teaching English didn't really pan out but I've been looking into starting up my own business where in Canada I would never even consider the thought cause I'd die of starvation hahahaha

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  12. I was in Vietnam with the First Infantry Division 1968 and met a young Girl named Hoang that purchased me a gold chain with praying hands Medallion before I was to leave. Several years ago I went to get some alterations done and as I looked at a picture of her when she was leaving Vietnam in 1974 I recognized her. She recognized me. What were the odds ? It was great to reconnect after all the years. I love your videos and I get hungry for the great food. Keep up your mission to show the World the Vietnamese people and your Beautiful Country.

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