What Every Man can Learn from Jessica Sanchez

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What Every Man can Learn from Jessica Sanchez

She got the lowest vote, and was about to go. At that time, it seems to be over for her. She wasn’t surprised. Like a real sport, she started singing her ‘farewell’ song.

While singing – Jennifer Lopez went up the stage, “Give me that mic! Th

is is crazy! We’re using the “save.” You ain’t goin’ home! Go sit down!”

(A “save” is a one-time privilege of the judges to keep a contestant from being eliminated – it needs to be unanimous) Randy, Steve and Jennifer agreed to use this privilege to keep her on the show.

When Seacrest asked her how she felt, Jessica responded…

“I don’t expect anything. I just do what I do. Whatever

happens happens, and I just want people to know that I’ve been working hard my entire life…”

She may have the lowest vote that night, but she got the vote of the

people who mattered – the judges.

The Takeaway – Go out there. Take a risk and do your best. When it gets tough, the people who “count the most” will vouch for your work.

 

YENG REMULLA is the author of the book, ‘PRODUCTIVE PINOY’. At the young age of 18, he started his own business and has been an entrepreneur for 15 years and running. He is only 33 years old. He is the founder of Blueacres Land & Development – a thriving, small-scale real estate company. Now also the founding partner of the training firm – Spark Consultancy. Happily married. Father of three. He shares his ideas on time, money & things that matter in life. Yeng Remulla is one of the new ACT LIKE A MAN BLOGGER. You would read more of his thoughts on this blog.