Leaders who fail to develop themselves will always be replaced by leaders who do. Personal growth should always be intentional.
Every year I do a Big Event and the time is approaching. What makes this year special is that I get to share the platform with a great speaker and author I consider as one of my mentors. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Hope you can join me so we can learn together.
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To some this material may me mushy and corny (somebody gave this to me a long time ago). To others it packs wisdom. Depends on how you take it but as for me, I like it and it’s a good way to start the working week. Let me share this with you:
The most powerful force in life is LOVE.
The most crippling failure disease in life is EXCUSES.
The ugliest personality trait is SELFISHNESS.
The most satisfying work is HELPING OTHERS.
And the most beautiful attire is SMILE.
Listening to Tim Elmore in Atlanta he reminded me one important thing to remember constantly:
My kids have many friends. My kids have many pals. But they only have one dad. So I should be their father first before I be their friend. Never the other way around. This is what I have learned in life.
Can’t wait to do the 2 parenting talks today.
I will be doing a parenting talk tomorrow morning as a fund raising event for scholarships. Here are the details:
Place: Greenhills Christian Fellowship,
Address: Ruby corner Garnet Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig
Registration Starts at 7:30am
Ticket Prices: Php300.00
All things being equal, the person with the better attitude gets the breaks and all things being equal, the person that is more liked will get the promotions. This is a fact of life. This is why we need to work on having a positive attitude all the time. This is also a requirement for good business.
Life is too short to mess up on the things that are important. My sincerest appreciation to the many students who have sent me encouraging messages. Hope that the ideas shared will be taken seriously and that given a few years, each one of them would write me back and tell me their success stories. They don’t have to mess up the way I did and now that they have heard, I hope they will do.
Here’s a story.
A man was telling his neighbor, ‘I just bought a new hearing aid. It cost me four thousand dollars, but it’s state of the art. It’s perfect.’
‘Really,’ answered the neighbor. ‘What kind is it?’
Today we need to focus on the message as we are surrounded by a lot of noise. Focus is key to getting things done right and done well.