William James said,
Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.
I believe we can indeed change our life if we change our minds.
Hi. My name is Annette. I’m an ordinary person looking to empower others to do extraordinarily well.
My vision is to help create more Filipino entrepreneurs and home-based business professionals.
My job is to share with you valuable information I learned to help others develop in the areas of personal growth, employee to entrepreneur mindset, online marketing, and other topics that is targeted to help you make positive changes to your home business and life.
I am passionate about living my life to my highest potential and I see myself helping as many people as possible to do the same through my blog here.
Your job is to learn, to ask questions when you need to, and to carry on towards your financial goals and dream lifestyle NO MATTER WHAT.
My First Introduction To The Home Business World…
By profession, I am a chemical engineer, a loyal, dedicated employee for years. I had no business background experience, education, or skills, that when a co-worker friend asked me if I would be interested to start a business, I obviously declined.
She was so persistent and to make a VERY long story short, little did I know that I will be introduced to and become an advocate of one of the most powerful forms of businesses in the Information Age.
It took a while (years) for me to fully grasp what it actually meant to be an entrepreneur. I needed to reprogram the way I think first, and I believe this is what anyone wanting to shift from employee to entrepreneur needs to do. You need to change the way you think.
It is important to change your environment.
If you want to be an entrepreneur with both financial and time freedom, you need to associate as much as possible with people who have or are seeking to have both time and money. There is a HUGE difference in mindsets.
After quite a number of books, training, coaching, and mentoring, I realized how we were actually ‘brainwashed’ in school to mind others’ businesses, to become professionals, instead of minding our own business.
I blindly followed for years, but I have shifted (or should I say shifting) from the employee mindset to that of a business owner. For me, my financial education is a lifetime thing. “I already know that” or “Alam ko na ‘yan” is not in my vocabulary.
I love learning and teaching, and I am grateful to be… ME.
To be continued…:)