As a certified rabbit-hole jumper An has built several businesses
making him a serial-entrepreneur by the age of 32. But he wouldn’t be where he is, professionally, if it weren’t for the personal sacrifices and challenges he experienced earlier in life.
The valuable lessons learned over the years are at the foundation of his keynotes. Now at the age of 35, his obsession as a Keynote Speaker is impacting as many lives as possible. By spreading the possibility virus.
An’s known to say it like he sees it and to astonish the audience with his bold vision on life, entrepreneurship, and continuous improvement. His ability to reframe and inspire his listeners to take immediate action are the key factors to his meteoric rise.
He builds businesses and deep dives into emerging trends and technology when he’s not onstage, making him the go-to speaker for your event.
Having to deal with a fair share of adversity
while growing up has taught An that there are no free passes in life. You have to put in the work to rightfully earn what’s yours. The lessons he has learned along the way have been at the foundation of his remarkable journey. Experiences that have now been put into action points for your audience to take home.
Dentist, speaker or entrepreneur?
Formally trained as a dentist, An now spends his time as a speaker and entrepreneur, doing whatever it takes to realise his mission: to inspire and empower people all over the world to jump and touch the sky. Never letting anyone tell them that it cannot be done; that their ideals are not real.
An has a very personal and profound message to share with your audience.
The secret to change starts with a simple decision.
And he has the track record to prove it.
| out of the night that covers me |read my story
Never underestimate your thinking process, your imagination, and the power they have to move mountains. Whether your ambitions are big or small, the most powerful force of all is the power of an idea. And I believe that together with you, we can light that idea from ember to inferno.
My in-house consultancy service is named The Flagship and is explicitly designed to leverage your competitive advantage. Not to compete with your competitors in the marketplace, but to render them obsolete. It always seems impossible until it’s done. This time it should be you. Take control of it all.
Proximity is power.
This is a valuable insight that I’ve learnt from Tony Robbins. Jim Rohn has said it before so eloquently: “You are the average of the five people you spend most time with.” Little did I know that meeting my mentor back in 2014 would be the onset of a series of events leading to where I am today.
Inspiration is a magical thing, a productivity multiplier, a motivator. But it won’t wait for you.
Inspiration is a now thing. If it grabs you, grab it right back and put it to work. Inspiration can strike anytime, anywhere. And if there’s one thing I’ve learnt, it is that when it happens you need to be ready to take massive action to ride the wave. That’s where the opportunity lies to make a difference.
…see An taking the stage. And every time he takes me on an adventure.
Right off the bat his presence is captivating and he keeps me on the edge of my seat with the unexpected turns he takes. His message brings insights that -not only- challenge my beliefs, but also makes me put words and thoughts into action.
His storytelling is extraordinary and An finds himself in a league of his own.
– Mijke van Berkel, founder of Lumen
dyed hair and tattoos on his arms inspiring crowds with amazing stories supported by mindblowing visuals and above all, perfect delivery in every imaginable way.
Someone with a brave heart, thinking in a way only the so-called crazy ones can. Sure he’s gifted, but do you know what brought him there?
Crazy hard work. Day in, day out. A visionary bringing the future to the now. Striving to become the best version of himself every day. Investing hundreds of hours mastering every skill.
As soon as he hits the stage, you know – without any doubt – you and everybody around you, are going to have a great time.
– Stephan Tjiook, entrepreneur
I realise that the time that I have in life, just like on any stage, is limited. Every hour, every minute and every second is another opportunity for me to share what I’ve learnt over the years.
Growing up as a misfit has taught me many things. But the most important lesson is that every -seemingly ordinary- person is capable of doing extraordinary things.
That’s the message I want my audience to take home with them.
– Quoc An Nguyen