Francis J. Kong
One of the most respected business speakers in the country. He has been featured in many company leadership conferences, both here and abroad, as well as in their nation dealers' and distributors' conventions.
(Offered in 1 to 2 hours of presentation with Q&A)
Leadership That Matters
"And as a professional speaker and trainer, I carry the awesome responsibility of sharing critical ideas that are both relevant and effective in equipping leaders with the knowledge to do better and become better."
Only The Real Matters
"Here are stories of loyalty. Stories of friendship. Stories of persistence. Stories of attempts and endeavors, failure and success. Real stories of real people--their businesses, their treasures, their wealth, their heroes. People who, after putting a lid on their careers in order to define who they are, have discovered a deeper meaning to their lifework--work that has been transformed from an obsessive bondage to a source of tremendous fulfillment and joy."
Three Little Words
"Allow me to use the fascinating world and words of the English language in bringing you effective principles for work, business and living. For purposes of easy recall each principle will be presented with the titles of three words."
Being The Best
"This book is an easy read but a lot of hard work. Being the Best You Can Ever Be could be read through in one sitting, but to succeed in life and be the best you can ever be will require a predetermined will and a lot of back-breaking work."
"This is a book that deals with "DUHism's of Life." I shall assign a meaning to the word duh by using the following acronym:
Developing Unhealthy Habits
"The early bird gets the worm..." but has it ever occurred to you that the early worm gets eaten. In line with this thinking, being the first may not necessarily be good, because the first mouse gets trapped, but the second one gets the cheese. What I'm trying to say is that life is a matter of perspective. It's not what happens to you; it's how you look at it and how you take it."
All that Matters
"There are many things that matter--the big things as well as the small things. But what matters most should matter now, and the big things we dream about would one day happen, but only when we sweat the small things and improve on it now."
52 Week Journal
"52 weeks of lesson reminders, stories, and personal reflections that we hope will help you write down the start of your milestones for your leadership process."
January 16, 2022
A friend sent me this wonderful reminder: Big future – Usually started as little dreams. Big steps – Usually started as small ones. Big decisions – Usually started as complicated ones. Big laughs – Usually started as small jokes Big love – Usually started as a small trust. But big blessings – Permanently started as […]Read More...
January 13, 2022
I love this quote from an anonymous source: The World Doesn’t Need More Mountains To Climb, More Seas To Cross, More Stars To Shine. What The World Needs Is ‘More Of Us.’ Special People Whose Goodness Makes A Difference In The Lives Of Others. Let me add: And we are all qualified to do this. […]Read More...
January 12, 2022
A doctor and a book author said after experiencing a heart attack, “I know about pain but I never really knew pain until I was in the pain itself.” We do not really get to know something deep enough until it happens to us. All the theories and the materials we read and heard are […]Read More...
January 11, 2022
The world convinces us that we have an image to project. It also teaches us that we have an image to protect. And this always frustrates and disappoints. What we need today, especially during these difficult times are honesty and authenticity. While men and women look at the externals, God sees the heart. #PassionPurposeProductivityRead More...
January 10, 2022
WFH is here to stay. With the spike in cases and the understanding that safety comes first, work from home will be with us for a long while. These are times of uncertainty. Do not complain. Do not fret. Interrupt anxiety and frustration with thanksgiving. This is why I do not just look at the […]Read More...