5 reasons why this blogger is so successful: The success story of Vivy Yusof
Every ladies in Malaysia have been craving and idolizing Vivy Yusof for what she has achieved at a very young age. Well, same goes to us at The Zaahara Telekung. We don’t literally idolize her but we used her as a case study for our online business. Based on our short study, we found out a few interesting reasons that lead to the success stories for the co-founder of Fashion Valet and dUCk.
In 2016, Vivy accepted the Young Entrepreneur Award from The Queen of Malaysia at Tribute to Women Malaysia gala.
That’s a little bit of introduction of her to those who don’t know who she is. Like always, every successful person has their own reasons why they become as so.
Here are five (5) reasons why Vivy Yusof is successful.
- SHE DOESN’T LIKE TO STAY IN COMFORT ZONES.
She doesn’t know how to take it chill. Being restless is what made her dive into exciting things in the first place. From studying to career, she tried a lot of things and never stood in one place for too long. In business or e-commerce, every day is something new to be handled. Now, as I stated above, she doesn’t like to stay in one place for too long. During her school years, she changed schools very often because she wants to. Public school, boarding school, all-girls school, Islamic school and private school, you name it.
2. She fights for what she wants (Literally, she’s a fighter)
Education is key for being successful. She made an agreement with her parents that if she get to the top of her class, she could get out from boarding school. Guess what? She did get the top.
3. SHE CAME FROM AN ENTREPRENEURIAL FAMILY.
By accompanying her father during her school holidays, the spirit of entrepreneurship sparked within her. When she graduated from her university in the UK and came back to Malaysia, the absence of e-commerce made her take the initiative to start it. Thus, bringing forth FashionValet.
4. DEFINING SUCCESS IS REDUNDANT.
As you grow and make your way up the food chain, there are things that is a must to be remembered; and
5. SHE WOULD RATHER SET UP A NEW GOAL
For Vivy Yusof after finishing one, so it’s never the dead end. With that, she learned that competing to be the best should always come from how it all started. We tend to forget what we were when we are busy attaining the title of being the best while we are already being the best of what we are doing.