Nash Aguas admitted that being a businessman has been challenging especially that he also has his showbiz commitments. The teen actor is one of the owners of a Japanese restaurant called Muramen located in the University Belt.
“Nakaka-stress siya pero masaya. Pero ano kasi, kumbaga sa akin hindi siya madali since nagte-taping ako eh so parang ‘yung iniintindi ko halimbawa nasa Antipolo kami iniintindi ko ‘yung [business]. Pero ano noong first two weeks lang ‘yung struggle pero kapag nakasanayan naman madali at masaya siya,” he said in an interview with PUSH during the The Good Son Kapamilya Chat.
Despite the challenges, Nash remarked that it is fulfilling knowing that he is able to venture into another industry aside from show business. “Kasi kumbaga natutuwa ako kasi hindi nalilimit ang sarili ko sa showbiz. Kumbaga nakakapag-explore ako, may business ako and eventually gusto ko rin magtayo ng ibang businesses kasi feeling ko don din talaga ‘yung parang nagi-enjoy din ako don sa pagpapatakbo ng restaurants,” he stated.
Nash relayed he did not come from a family with an entrepreneurial background so it was scary at first to own a restaurant. He shared that he has made some vital realizations ever since he became a businessman.
“May mga pamilya na may own business ganyan pero kami kasi hindi eh. ‘Yung mommy ko engineer, daddy ko IT so talagang employees sila, na nagtratrabaho sila for a company pero hindi sila nag-start ng sarili nilang kompanya so parang medyo out of the box sa akin ‘yun. Tinray kong subukan kasi parang di mo talaga malalaman kung hindi mo masusubukan, parang ganon. Ang realization ko ay parang kahit anong bagay pa ‘yan huwag kang matatakot, kailangan mong i-try para malaman mo,” he stated.