If we want to be great in anything, we need to put in the time and effort necessary to produce significant improvement.
As we grow older, we soon realize that there are things that we can do better than others and some things that others will do better than us, and that’s normal.
We just need to know ourselves well enough to realize that our strengths can supplement another person’s weaknesses.
Politics doesn’t interest you because you have no interest in changing a world that suits you so well.
In just a few years that I spent living as an adult, here are some of the things that I find more enjoyable today than when I was younger.
Advising someone can be very tricky. There are so many things that need careful consideration before we give our two cents because we may be involved in the eventual results, be it favorable or not.
The debt of gratitude or “utang na loob” is one of the most difficult, if not impossible, debts to pay. One reason is that it does not necessarily have a monetary value or proper way of paying back.
We need relationships and inspiration, but most importantly, we need connections — genuine connections.
When we invest in ourselves, we gained a better position to improve our lives. Money should also not be a hindrance in our journey towards personal development. We just have to maximize our resources and our learning opportunities.
The stock market is a great equalizer. It offers new opportunities which were unavailable to the past generations.
“There are so many beautiful things in life, and I learned to always look at the bright side. I know that the little things in life will gradually bring back my smile – not just in pictures but also with my heart. “