Marvin Agustin Proves that Everything Is Possible from a Waiter to a Successful Businessman and Now a Multi-Millionaire.

You are considered lucky if you are doing what you enjoy while getting paid for it. Since it was your passion, there is no doubt you enjoy your work.

One example of a lucky person is this hardworking 90’s teen heartthrob Marvin Agustin, who made a trend and become famous in the entertainment business when he was paired with Jolina Magdangal. Their love team is so famous during their time that even their pictures are printed on posters and cover of notebooks.





Unknown to many, Marvin is now making names in the business industry especially in food category and is now earning a lot of money both in business and entertainment world.

However, before his career blooms, Marvin Agustin started as a waiter in a restaurant when he was 16-years old. According to him, his experienced being a waiter help him exposed in that kind of work which later on he learned to love and enjoy doing it.



His passion and love for cooking become his inspiration and reason why he attended the International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel management.



After this, he first started a joint venture with other entrepreneurs and opened up various restaurants which he was one of the proprietors and by doing this, he, later on, started to introduce his cuisine named Sumo Sam, Japanese-American dish

With all his passion, dedication and perseverance in everything he does, lead him to be a successful entrepreneur man who owns fifty restaurants in the Philippines and recently opened another restaurant named Bao, Down in San Francisco, USA.

Despite being successful in his food business and all his achievements he remained humble and a great man. Aside from Marvin’s talent when it comes to food, he has also a talent to put perfect ingredients to success.

Some people believe in luck while others believe that hard work is the key to achieving your goals, however, sometimes being lucky has nothing to do with success in life.

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