There's no need to wait for the bad things to be over. Change now. Love now. Live now. Don't wait for people to give you permission to live because they won't - Kris barr
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
"If you work just for money, you'll never make it, but if you love what you're doing and you always put the customer first, success will be yours." Ray Kroc
You don't have to draw the most money to be viewed as a winner. When it comes to happiness, money isn't the most important thing. First, love what you are doing and take total delight in devoting yourself completely to your work and the demands of your clients. This positive mindset will determine your new found success.
Monday, April 23, 2012
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
There is nothing wrong with being likable and accommodating, but it should never keep you from going after your dreams. Most often, we come across a situation wherein we either choose to stand up and win or stand back so that others may like us more. Sadly, most Pinoys choose the latter. It is not because Pinoys are not capable of winning, but rather, majority of Pinoys care about what other people thinks than what would make themselves happy.
Here is a fact that you should remember: 5, 10, 20 years from now, you will regret more about the things you never did that the things you’ve done. If you always give way, you will never have what you want. Develop your urge to win by focusing on what would make you happy. This is not to step over others; this is about learning to fight for your dreams.
According to Bill Cosby “I do not know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.”
Developing a winning attitude is essential. It may be difficult to do at first but it sure is worth it. Believe that you are a winner and you will be. Never settle for just being average. Do not be afraid to try something new. Experience life to the fullest and do your best in everything that you do. Being a winner means having the courage to stand up for what you believe in.
More so, I believe that one of the best Pinoys traits is their ability to laugh at every obstacle or problem they encounter. Use this strength and for sure, you will be able to release the winner inside you.
Life is a battle. Whether we like it or not, we must fight. Wouldn’t it be better if we end up as winners?
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Remember we are the masters and money is the servant - it's never the other way around. What you fear the most in life, owns you, controls you, and limits you - John Svalina
Monday, April 16, 2012
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Thursday, April 12, 2012
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
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Every second, a new idea is born. It may not always be a great idea, but most great ideas we have right now started with being not so good. Some are even so stupid that they ended up being one of the best ideas there is.
So how do we discover these great ideas and develop them?
The first step is to just let the idea flow. No matter how stupid of out of this world it may seem just let it come. The brainstorming moment should never be limited nor stopped by logic or reason. If you think you have an idea, write it down and just let it run through your brain without asking if it is doable or not. It is best if you can think of more than one idea before you lay it down for development.
Next, ask someone you trust and whom you think is well versed in that certain field where you idea belongs. Share your idea and see what he thinks. Point out the good and bad side of the idea. Here is a tip: There is no such thing as a perfect idea, there will always be a bad side of it. The trick is to look for an idea where its positive side overweighs its negative side.
Then, choose at least a top three among your ideas and do a thorough research on it. If you only have three ideas, then go back to the first step. Brainstorm with friends if you want to create more idea. Two heads is always better than one. Provide a brief study supporting each idea so that you can better see which ones are the best.
Lastly, choose the best idea and push through with it. Gather the necessary resources for you to make the idea a reality. Just remember, ideas are great. But the application is more important.
But don’t disregard your second best idea just yet, because most often, it becomes the better idea.
Monday, April 9, 2012
Saturday, April 7, 2012
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Pinoys are known to give love and affection. They are caring and sensitive to the needs of other people, especially the ones they love. This is probably the reason why Pinoys working abroad as nurses, caregivers and helpers are preferred by foreigners than other races. Pinoys tend to give more of themselves than other nationalities.
Pinoys are giving and generous. They are known to give time for their family. Sometimes, they even give up their own personal dreams to take care of a sick family member or to attend to a family affair. They often work hard for their family, sometimes giving more than what is required of them.
Pinoys are sacrificial and selfless. This can be seen on the many overseas workers sacrificing to be away from their family to work abroad so that the people they love may have a better life. They work hard to send their siblings or nephews and nieces to school. They always seem to have something extra to give to a relative in need.
Pinoys have a tendency to have close family ties. They show support to their family and friends. More often, they show affinity to people coming from the same background such as school, province or country. This is very prominent when you see Pinoys in other countries.
Pinoys value companionship and friendship. They regard emotional debt are important and they try as much to repay it whenever possible. Pinoys show their love in simple ways and in the most special ways. More importantly, they know that love is willingly given and shared.