Thursday, September 25, 2008

Believe in your capacity to make money

Remember that your perception of yourself is your reality. How you define yourself will be how you will act. If you believe that you’re a lazy, inept, weak, dim-witted individual – that’s how you will act. Your definitions of yourself are self fulfilling prophecies. Why? Because the human beings, one of our greatest needs is consistency. You will find yourself acting consistently with your self-concept and self-definition.

If it in your thinking you believe that you can’t earn enough money for your family, then you won’t. if you see yourself as a C-employee or worse, an F-businessman, then that’s what you will be. If this is your self-concept, then that you’ll be your life forever. Sometimes, people are trapped in a vicious cycle of poverty, handed down in their families from one generation to another. Their very family identity is indelibly wedged and welded with poverty. They see themselves, define themselves, describe themselves as poor. I’ve seen this phenomenon so many times in my work, I think it’s an epidemic.

I am totally convinced that we are limited by our own core beliefs, and if we have small beliefs about ourselves, then we will remain small forever. But if you believe in your heart that you can create money, then you can. Your Creator has given you this capacity to earn money – for yourself, for your family, for your life –dreams. Use it.

Create a paradigm shift for yourself right now.

Believe in your capacity to make money.

Action Plan

Examine your self-concept. How do you define yourself? How do you describe yourself? Write your answers down.

Source: Simplify By Bo Sanchez

Monday, September 15, 2008

Success in the mind of every entrepreneur

Success in the mind of every entrepreneur who's just starting in business. It's certainly not about having the money to bankroll your venture, because there are those who started with nothing but still managed to take their business to the top.

It's also not just about taking risks. Contrary to popular belief, dare devil types do not make good business people-they're just in it for the thrill. The key is to know how to take calculated risks. Good entrepreneurs are those who can say "no" when the odds aren't in their favor.

And it's not just about having passion. You may be wildly enthusiastic about an idea, but how far are you willing to go to see that idea through? True blue entrepreneurs will tell you that working 24/7 or having sleepless nights is a given. You have to be prepared to give up a whole lot more.

In short, entrepreneurial success is a mix of many qualities, with each trait working to make an achiever out of you. Take one out and you will be overseeing a highly profitable and thriving jaclyn lutangco chua- entrepreneur philippines

let's start our journey in the entrepreneurial world......follow what your heart desires....