Category: Money and Finance

Taking Manhood Back

Interview with Zach Sycip

Zach SyCip is a Cinematographer by profession. He is married to partner-in-crime Rinka and they have a two year-old daughter named Malaya.  Like many of us, finding his passion was a product of countless detours and setbacks. Here is my interview with world class cinematographer Zach Sycip on work, productivity and manhood. Hope you learn some…
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SHOUT: DEBT FREE!!!!

I think we should be shouting something different. Most of the people are shouting how they want this or how they want that. So they get their ever faithful credit card and swipe away. Every month, they pay the minimum requirement and swipe away and then wake up one day with a letter from the…
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How Rich is Rich Enough

I was interviewed by ANC last month, and here is the video of that inteview where I discuss that being rich is more important than getting rich. Thank you ANC and Melissa for helping spread financial literacy! Click on the picture to watch the video

You Want an Outcome….

…. take action. You want to know if you will succeed in a certain career…. then act on it. You are wanting to go on a mission trip …. act on it. You want to settle down with your fiancee…. put a ring on it. You want to lose the weight…. buy a dumbell, pick…
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Confused

Our question for today: Dream ko po kasi na makapasok sa PNPA. And this year, pasok na po yung age ko sa requirement. I have a question, kasi this school year, I will be in my third year in college. I’m confused po if ita-try ko ba yung exams this year because if makapasa ako,…
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IKEA and Lessons on Work

I was intrigued by the history of one of the most famous furniture in the world – IKEA. When I made a research on IKEA, what I got was some valuable lessons on work, manhood and life. Story was taken from their official website: http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_IE/about_ikea/the_ikea_way/history/1940_1950.html The IKEA story begins in 1926 when founder Ingvar Kamprad is…
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Why is my Life Boring?

We think parties, more followers in social media, keeping me busy and happy all the time can cure the boredom we feel in life, but it rarely does. Ask a party guy how he feels after a party, he longs for the next party – why? Because for him – life is boring. We need…
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Do Something Small Today

Most of us dream of doing BIG things. Big steps. What usually happens after the dream of doing something so enormous. Some try to take a giant leap and fall flat BIG time. Others decide it is too big and would not bother to pursue the BIG dream. So what is the wisest thing to…
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48 Days to the Work You Love

I have been hearing a lot of stories of people hating their job and not lasting long in the workplace. Here is a great book for everyone wanting to do the work they love or loving the work they have. It is on sale now! Click on the title to purchase the book. Limited sale…
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Eliminating the Excuse of Stinginess

2 Corinthians 9:8 And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. Let me first point out something in this verse that a lot of us miss.  And God is able to bless you abundantly The Scripture…
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