To kick off the second season of “I Feel U,” Toni Gonzaga and guests talk about their stand on destiny and hard work.
The life of Angely Dub is a goal to many millennial netizens. She started putting up her travel agency at the age of 19 and gets to explore the world for a living. With the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic, however, Angely’s tourism-based business had to temporarily shut down.
She loved travelling even before it became a hit on social media. Growing up independent, Angely decided to combine her passion for travelling and her business skills.
Therefore, it was a devastating moment to see the business she built with love and effort closed down in a snap. Yet, naturally resilient, Angely did not dwell much on the problems. She said thinking about the sad events will only attract more negativity. Instead, she focused on what was left and how she could start anew.
Her remaining resources and resilience gave birth to an online food business “Bulilit Kitchen.” Angely remembers seeing her mom laugh at the idea. Even she thought it was impossible at first but the response from her followers was overwhelming. “Hindi ko in-expect kasi wala akong alam sa kitchen. Hindi ko in-expect na dahil sa work na ginawa ko since ten years ago, kahit ano pala gawin ko may tiwala na sa’kin ‘yung tao.”
This beautiful result, Angely credits to both destiny and hard work. “Naniniwala akong we make our own paths. Even if we have dreams but if we don’t create our own road where we can drive on, nothing’s gonna happen. Feeling ko destiny is the guide, hardwork is the foundation,” Angeli expressed.