Pinoy Success in Korean Food Business – Video

Ruby Ocampo (pinoy) own a Korean food business for 12 years and she’d been successful until now! Her advice? Study the business you are doing.

Success in Korean Food Business featuring Ruby Ocampo 

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OFW Success in business after working Abroad – Video

Becoming an OFW is such a big sacrifice emotionally and financially. If you are an OFW and want to go home and start a business, here is a story of an OFW Success in business after working Abroad, you might get inspiration and motivation through this video.

 

An Overseas Filipino is a person of Filipino origin who lives outside of the Philippines, the sacrifices overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) make just to provide a better life for their families earned them the title of the nation’s Bagong-Bayani (new heroes).  It’s really very hard to be away from your loved ones. Being an OFW is not easy.

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Five Food Franchising Concepts for Pinoy-Video

People always need to eat and the food business is ideally suited to franchising. There’s a huge range of opportunities from mobile food and coffee franchises through fast food outlets, café franchises and restaurants.

People always need to eat and the food business is ideally suited to franchising. There’s a huge range of opportunities from mobile food and coffee franchises through fast food outlets, café franchises and restaurants.

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Milk Tea Business For Filipino -Video

Milk tea is a very sweet tea that is often used in Boba. Boba is a drink consisting of tea and balls of tapioca and honey. Discover how to make Milktea through this episode.

Milk tea is a very sweet tea that is often used in Boba. Boba is a drink consisting of tea and balls of tapioca and honey. Discover how to make Milktea through this episode.

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7 Ways How to take charge of your Life

Every time you criticize someone else, complain about something you don’t like, or condemn someone else for something that he or she has done or not done, you trigger feelings of negativity and anger within yourself, stop the negativity and take charge of your life.
7 WAYS HOW  TO TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE

To keep your mind positive, refuse to criticize, complain about, or condemn other people for anything. Every time you criticize someone else, complain about something you don’t like, or condemn someone else for something that he or she has done or not done, you trigger feelings of negativity and anger within yourself. And you are the one who suffers. Your negativity doesn’t affect the other person at all. Being angry with someone is allowing him or her to control your emotions, and often the entire quality of your life, at long distance.

 

7 WAYS HOW  TO TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE

 

1. Identify your biggest problem or source of negativity in life today. In what ways are you responsible for this situation?

 

2. See yourself as the president of your own company. How would you act differently if you owned 100 percent of the shares of the company for which you work?

 

3. Resolve today to stop blaming anyone else for anything and instead accept complete responsibility in every area of your life. What actions should you take now that you are in charge?

 

4. Stop making excuses and start making progress. Imagine that your favourite excuses have no basis in fact, and act accordingly.

 

5. See yourself as the primary creative force in your own life. You are where you are and what you are because of your own choices and decisions. What should you change?

 

6. Resolve today to forgive anyone who has ever hurt you in any way. Let it go. Refuse to discuss it again. Instead, get so busy working on something that is important to you that you don’t have time to think about it again.

 

7. Decide upon one specific action that you are going to take immediately to exert full control over every part of your life.

 

 

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Why People Don’t Set Goals

Why People Don’t Set Goals? Here are four reasons why people don’t set goals.

Nature doesn’t care about the size of your goals. If you set little goals, your automatic goal-achieving mechanism will enable you to achieve little goals. If you set large goals, this natural capability will enable you to achieve large goals. The size, scope, and detail of the goals you choose to think about most of the time are completely up to you.

 

Why People Don’t Set Goals?

If goal achievement is automatic, why do so few people have clear, written, measurable, time-bounded goals that they work toward each day? This is one of the great mysteries of life.

 

 

Here are four reasons why people don’t set goals.

1.They Think Goals Aren’t Important

First, most people don’t realize the importance of goals. If you grow up in a home where no one has goals or you socialize with a group where goals are neither discussed nor valued, you can very easily reach adulthood without knowing that your ability to set and achieve goals will have more of an effect on your life than any other skill. Look around you.

2. They Don’t Know How

The second reason that people don’t have goals is that they don’t know how to set them in the first place. Even worse, many people think that they already have goals.

 

Alas! What they really have is a series of wishes or dreams, like “Be happy” or “Make a lot of money” or “Have a nice family life.” But these are not goals at all. They are merely fantasies that are common to everyone. A goal, however, is something distinctly different from a wish. It is clear, written, and specific. It can be quickly and easily described to another person. You can measure it, and you know when you have achieved it or not.

 

It is possible to earn an advanced degree at a leading university without ever receiving one hour of instruction on goal setting. It is almost as if the people who determine the educational content of our schools and universities are completely blind to the importance of goal setting in achieving success later in life. And of course, if you never hear about goals until you are an adult, as happened to me, you will have no idea how important they are to everything you do.

 

3. They Have a Fear of Failure

The third reason that people don’t set goals is that of the fear of failure. Failure hurts. It is emotionally and often financially painful and distressing. All of us have experienced failure from time to time. Each time, we resolve to be more careful and avoid failure in the future. Many people then make the mistake of unconsciously sabotaging themselves by not setting any goals at which they might fail. They end up going through life functioning at far lower levels than are truly possible for them.

 

4. They Have a Fear of Rejection

The fourth reason that people don’t set goals is that of the fear of rejection. People are afraid that if they set a goal and are not successful, others will criticize or ridicule them. This is one of the reasons why you should keep your goals confidential when you begin to set goals. Don’t tell anyone. Let others see what you have accomplished, but don’t tell them in advance. What they don’t know can’t hurt you.

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10 Ways to Keep you Away from Any Distractions

The importance of learning how to be organized, kick procrastination on the butt and manage time efficiently extends to someone’s career success, personal life, and achievement of goals. With only 24-hours a day, time is indeed a finite and scarce resource. You may even find yourself promising to make the most of everyday or live every day as if it was your last. But sometimes, due to disruptive forces all around us we end up forgetting what we had said earlier.

Time is a resource you can never replenish and once it passed by it is gone forever. Just like money, you need to spend it wisely because how you spend each hour of your life can determine the success you can possibly achieve or may doomed you into failure. So if you want to be as successful as the prominent figures nowadays spending each minute with productivity in mind is a good place to start with.

Finding-Focus

The importance of learning how to be organized, kick procrastination on the butt and manage time efficiently extends to someone’s career success, personal life, and achievement of goals. With only 24-hours a day, time is indeed a finite and scarce resource. You may even find yourself promising to make the most of everyday or live every day as if it was your last. But sometimes, due to disruptive forces all around us we end up forgetting what we had said earlier.

 

Here are the ways to keep you away from any distractions:

1.Remove distractions. Distraction is also the reason you procrastinate, so for you to not get distracted while you are doing your work, it is better to work on the area where it is a right place for you to work and focus as well. For instance, if you are reviewing your note in the school, the best place to work is in the library or anywhere alone without tempting noise or distractions.

2. Listening to classical music while doing your work. According to some studies, it shows that listening to classical music is a way also to kick procrastination, thus can reduce stress, increase focus and help regulate good sleep patterns. Aside from that, it has been shown that those students who prefer to listened to this kind of music while reviewing or studying are possible to get high scored during the test or exam. In addition, this type of music can help you feel motivated and keep your focus on what you are doing. But of course, you have your way in studying, if you want just give it a try.

3. Have no fear and just do it! Believing in yourself can be a great way to kick Procrastination, thus give you keep you on doing your tasks or project. Before you start doing your work or task, kindly tell yourself that you are going to complete your work for five minutes straight. Thus, better help you to effectively manage your time for each task that assigns to you. The main reason for Procrastination is also because you are intimidated by assignments and projects that hang over your head. As what I have said, the longer you wait to do them, the scarier they become. Remember, if you start to do your projects as soon as possible, the more you likely to keep on going and finish it.

4. Turn off your device, especially your cell phone. Your cell phone may be your best friend as way to easily connecting with your friends, but sometimes it can be your worst enemy especially when it comes to focusing on your work or working efficiently. Why? For instance, when your cell phone rings while you are doing your project, for sure you will answer it, and thus is the reason why even a small project seems very hard to you. But if you practice to turn off your phone while doing your project, there is no possible distraction for you, thus help you keep on doing your project completely.

5. Having a positive outlook on doing the task. Having a positive outlook on doing your task will motivate you to give your best in completing the project. Instead of thinking on negative sides, why not ask yourself some questions that will motivate you like, what will I get from completing the task? How will I feel? What will happen? These are just some of the questions that you can ask.

6. Focus on the pain of not doing the task. There are times when you are procrastinating you are more on focusing on the pain of doing the project or task. Instead, change your focus by asking yourself yourself some related questions such as, how will I feel? What will happen? What will It cost me if I do not complete the task? With these questions you visualize the things that will happen if you do not do the task according to its requirements.

7. If possible, change your words, to change your thinking. Your words can also change the way you think. For example, instead of saying ‘’ I have to do this, simply say, ‘’ I choose to do this, or I get to do this, so you get your work the way you want it for better results as well.

8. As needed adjust your expectations. Lowering your expectations or standards to good/excellent rather than reducing the number of tasks you try to do in a day can best help you on track. Transforming your mindset can help you also build intrinsic motivation for extrinsically impose task that are given to you.

9. Find your optimum level of energy. No matter your level of procrastination is; the underlying factor is physiological arousal. If your level of energy is too high, practice some way of breathing to calm yourself before you start your work.

10. Lastly, understand your type of Procrastination. Describe which type’s procrastinators you feel, once you already know it, think of some possible way for you to break it, so you know how you will focus on your work.

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