Goodbye 2009! The great memories and moments you have contributed to my life are just remarkable. Although 2010 is now the year that I will be seeing in calendars everywhere, the lessons I’ve learned in 2009 will always remain in my mind, in my heart and in my blood. Most of those wisdoms were production of my business activities directed by my never-ending spiritual conquest. This year, I’ll be a full-time entrepreneur, considering my release from employment last December 2009. The following business lessons I learned in 2009 will be my greatest tools to achieve entrepreneurial success in 2010.
1. Stick to your game plan
This is a lesson I learned from Manny Pacquiao and Freddie Roach, the world’s best boxer and trainer of the decade. Many people are asking what is the secret behind the great victories of the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, the Pacman. The key is simple, stick to the game plan. In the world of entrepreneurship, we always have that game plan. That plan is directed to our main goals. However, there are several opportunities that come in our ways. Some of these opportunities are so attractive enough to drive us away from our original plans. The worst is… it’s already too late before we realize that we are already heading to the wrong direction, direction that will lead us to failure. Pacquiao, although he sees an opportunity to knockout his opponent during fight time, he maintains prudence and avoid carelessness to take the bait of his opponent. He sticks to the game plan and eventually become a winner. Simply in business, we should create the best plan, and then stand for it. Read more
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Have you ever asked yourself what is the greatest asset in your life? So what came in your mind? Is it your million dollar company, prestigious career, expensive mansion or your luxurious car? How about you nice friends and supportive families, aren’t they? Or how about your intelligence or your health and body, isn’t one of them the greatest asset in your life? All of them are great assets a man could have, but the greatest asset in life is not one of them.
Is your mind already flipping around guessing what the heck I am talking here? Okay, we will start to uncover this mysterious question this time. The greatest asset in our lives is the thing that we humans have but other things on Earth (living or non-living things) don’t have. Sounds spinning again? Here is what you need to do. Think of a quality that we humans have but animals and plants don’t have. This may be mind bubbling, but we need to brainstorm to achieve life’s greatest wisdom. So let’s start revealing that mystery now. Let’s differentiate our selves from other species on Earth by considering the following: Read more
It is essentially important to prioritize things in life. This will help us accomplish and not forget the most important things in our lives. By doing what should be done first, we can assure to live a good life – and have a good existence beyond life. In this article, I have attempted to illustrate the level of priorities that we, humans, should be guided. This presentation aims to steer people on achieving real and lasting success in life. In absorbing these pieces of unfamiliar information, a solemn spiritual reflection is highly recommended.