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The Go Negosyo Youth Entrepreneurship Summit promotes entrepreneurship among Filipinos, the youth in particular.
Obviously, just by the name of this site, I support GoNegosyo’s advocacy to change the mindset and attitude of Filipinos when it comes to starting a business and to make entrepreneurship More >
Blogging, from the word ‘blog’ (short for web log), is one of the most popular Internet wonders that has roused the curiosity of millions of people all over the world. It represents a great opportunity for those who create blogs and for those who use them.
Many people think that blogging is just running an account of one’s personal life online. Well, that’s what a lot of people do. With a combination of text, pictures, and videos, a blogger can share his or her life’s experiences with the More >
Child: “Mama, how do people make money?”
Mom: “People make money by working, son.”
Child: “But how does one make a LOT of money?”
Mom: “If you work hard and get promoted, you’ll get a higher-paying job so you’ll make more money.”
Child: “Do you really need a job to make a lot of money?”
Mom: “Of course, that’s why you have to study hard.”
Child: “Does the owner of Jollibee make a LOT of money?”
Mom: More >
When you look at successful entrepreneurs like Henry Sy, Lucio Tan, Tony Tan Caktiong (of Jollibee), Jaime Zobel de Ayala, or Manny Villar, don’t you wish you had their financial freedom? No worries about how to pay bills, children’s education, and you can eat what you want, where you want.
You’ve probably been contemplating for a long time now about starting your own business. You’re dreaming about it, reading about it, More >
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? I know I do. Considering that it will be legally, morally, ethically made, only a fool would say no to a million dollars (or pesos, for that matter). Not everyone will be given a chance to play in that game show though.
I found out that there are other ways to become a millionaire. Pick the best approach that works for you:
Win the Lottery. Yes, you can win in game shows or in games of luck like the Lotto. Some people actually just depend their future on More >
The Cashflow Quadrant, a trademark of Cashflow Technologies, Inc., first appeared in the Cashflow Quadrant book by Robert Kiyosaki. The letters in the quadrant simply represent the quadrant from which a person generates income.
E stands for Employee
S stands for Self-Employed or Small Business Owner
B stands for Business Owner
I stands for Investor
The E quadrant
What I learned in school made me a professional in the “E” (employee) quadrant.
I felt secure here with a regular paycheck, More >
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Another barrier to Filipinos wanting to start a business is money…
You can check out Entrepreneur magazine, and you will read plenty of stories of ordinary people who not only did NOT have money but even started building their business while in debt because they had bank loans to begin with. Not all debts are bad, you see.
Read Entrepreneur magazine and More >
Working for somebody can actually eat up quite a bit of your time. Add to that a significant other, kids, commute and where does that leave you?
Starting a business for people working more than 80 hours a week may be impossible, but for most people working full-time jobs, it is possible.
If you have time to watch movies, play your sport, watch teleserye after teleserye (TV series), go on a drinking spree every week or so, play Wii, More >