Mitos Suson
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Mitos Suson

I am currently affiliated with Vator. I co-produce the Vator Events and enjoy the challenge. I am learning and growing a lot, being involved with Vator and I love it!

Personal blog: www.mingswebdesign.com
Moraga, California, United States
Member since September 27, 2007
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I enjoy being an entrepreneur. It give me a lot of freedom and flexibility in life. I enjoy the challenges, I face on a daily basis. It keeps me sharp, creative and alive. Quote_down
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2001 University of San Carlos , BA , Bachelor of Arts History major

I am a(n):

Producer - Vator Event

If you are an entrepreneur, why?

Serendipitously fell into it...

My favorite startups:

Airbnb, Groupon, etc.

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

The most frustrating and rewarding thing about entrepreneurship is testing my patience. It's bitter but the fruit is sweet!

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?

The No.1 mistake entrepreneurs make is expecting quick results. Easy come easy go. I feel more secure in a steady slow growth.

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

The top three lessons I've learned as entrepreneur is:
1. Listen to your inner voice, gut or intuition.
2. Focus on the end goals.
3. Enjoy the process.

Full bio

I have been engaged as a web designer. graphic designer, virtual assistant, almost anything that can be done remotely and electronically.

This is just one facet of my being. I like to help entrepreneurs build their businesses on the web, and I take great pleasure especially when their business is thriving in this competitive world.  I am up for the challenge. Bring it on! As long as I can help businesses carve their own niche on the web, I am here to stay.

I travel back and forth California and Cebu, Philippines. This is not an odd thing, since I have lived for the past decade in 4 continents: US, Europe, South America and Asia. I have learned a lot from each culture, and taken what is applicable to me and my life.