‘This is Your Life … Live your Dream and Share your Passion :)

2 02 2014

“Before success comes in any man’s life, he’s sure to meet with much temporary defeat and, perhaps some failures. When defeat overtakes a man, the easiest and the most logical thing to do is to quit. That’s exactly what the majority of men do”. Napoleon Hill

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Colossians 1

9 For this reason, since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you. We continually ask God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all the wisdom and understanding that the Spirit gives,[e] 10 so that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God, 11 being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience, 12 and giving joyful thanks to the Father, who has qualified you[f] to share in the inheritance of his holy people in the kingdom of light.





Project 2016… Roof Deck Garden

17 06 2016

The 3rd Level (Roof Deck Garden Level) construction starts for Phase 1 …

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Phase 1&2

PLAN





Follow the Lady of the Oceans…around the world

27 05 2016

 

and her MUSIC🙂

http://elaynac.bandcamp.com/releases





6 HABITS THAT WILL KEEP YOU POOR FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE

16 04 2016
You were born poor, but if you die poor you have yourself to blame. Before you finish reading this article, at least 8 out of 10 people will have done something that contributes to their future poverty. Only 2 out of 10 will have done what is required to remain prosperous in the future. The question you need to ask yourself today is, “I’m I among the lucky 2 or the not-so-lucky 8?”
Here are 6 habits that could easily draw your route-map to a life of perpetual poverty.

 

1.You focus on linear income instead of passive income

 

Most people focus on linear income in the name of salary, allowances and one-off payments. Wise men on the other hand focus on passive income in the name of royalties, interest rates, value addition and profit.
Relying on linear income is similar to using buckets to fetch water from the river. With time, you’ll get too old and too tired to transport them to and fro and that means you’ll have to starve for as long as you don’t go to the river.
bucketsRelying on passive income on the other hand is similar to building a pipeline. It may require a lot of work at the beginning but with time, you’ll no longer have to go to the river to get water – the river will come to youand you’ll not starve.
This is the most fundamental principal of wealth creation that most (including you) are oblivious about.

 

2.You’re still waiting to start your journey of success

 

Everyone wants to succeed but very few people are willing to step into the cold waters. Do you see the problem here? In the history of the world, no marathon race has ever been won (or even finished) by someone who never left the starting line.
As you’re stuck saying that you have no enough capital to start, someone else is busy making good use of whatever little they have.
As you’re busy lamenting that there are no business ideas, someone else is busy sharpening his innovation claws.
When you’re busy complaining about a problem in your society, someone else is busy thinking how to start a business that solves that problem.
Continue waiting at the starting line and poverty will soon find you there to keep you company.

 

3.When you earn more you spend more

 

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Consistently raising your expenditure is a good way to accumulate debt and to remain stuck in the echelons of poverty. To stay out of bad debt, you will either need to find a way to earn more or spend less. The first and best option is to find ways to earn more and keep your expenditure constant.
As you know this can only be done by creating multiple streams of income and lot’s of thinking is necessary in that case.
The second option is to simply cut on unnecessary expenses. The money that is saved from these budget cuts could be used for embarking on future investment programs.

 

4.You complain instead of committing

 

“Life is too expensive”; “It’s hopeless; I’ll never get out of debt”; “I don’t earn enough money.” Have you ever uttered any of these statements before, or perhaps all of them? Old habits die hard; however, as long as you do nothing to change; then you and your coming generation have a direct ticket to the land of poverty.
Stop complaining and making lame excuses. Instead, take responsibility for your non-productive habits and focus on changing them – then do it!

 

5.You live for today, hoping tomorrow will care about its worries

 

In the 1950s a scientist from Harvard University studied the reasons for upward socio-economic mobility. He wanted to know how comes some generations get wealthier while others get poorer. All his research brought him to a single factor that he concluded was more accurate than any other thing in predicting success – he called it “The Time Pespective”.
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Time perspective is basically how far you project into the future when you make a decision today. An example of a long-term perspective is when a wise family man buys land or insurance for their child, even though he or she will not need it for the next eighteen years. This is a long-term approach that involves sacrificing in the short term to assure better outcomes in the long-term.
Most people remain poor because their “time perspective” is focused on short-term goals such as meeting basic lifestyle needs, buying luxury items, paying rent etc…are you one of them?

 

6.You just don’t get it!

 

The problem is that you keep learning but you don’t get it. You’re educated but you’ve never internalized what your teachers told you. You have knowledge but you don’t want to think too hard how to use it. You’re still stuck at the starting line all along because you don’t want to start small and grow bit by bit from there. You’re still stuck in the lottery mentality hoping that one day you’ll wake up and voila! discover “the newest, incredibly easiest way to get wealth.”

 

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1/2 year after…

14 04 2016

almost 1/2 of a year had passed by since last posting here. what am I to blog now? hmmm…





at lumipas din ang tag-tuyot…

20 10 2015

ang blog na ito ay nakaranas na naman ng matinding tag-tuyot sa pagpapamalas ng daloy ng kamalayan…

nagging abala ang diwa sa mga bagay-bagay… marahil mas na bigyan ng pokus ang social media flatform sa halip na itong blog sphere and pagtuunan pansin…

naitanong ko tuloy sa sarili? kailangan pa bang ipag-patuloy ang pag blog? or kailangan ng bigyan ng tuldok ang isang pahina ng buhay na minsan naging larangan sa pag sa salamin ng ating buhay?

mga tanong? anong sagot?

maaring masagot lamang sa bawat paglipas ng panahon…

sa ngayon wala ako nakikitang matibay na dahilan… to finally let go.

and for the sake of keeping memories and just being there whenever needing to write new experiences…

here to stay…🙂





Dare to Dream

3 04 2015

Source of Inspiration

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What would I dare to dream
if I knew I could not fail?
I would not dream of riches
power or fame.
How would I create my world
in a dream of forever?
Adventure? No I’ve had my share.

I’d dream of a world
where no child was hungry
war did not exist
a world where man lived
in harmony with nature
and with each other.

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2015 Planting Season :)

15 03 2015

Cleaning up the Balcony Garden & to recondition the soil.

balcony garden cleaning

Bought sweet corn and Swiss-chard seeds.

sweet corn n swiss chard seeds

Will sow the corn on 9 green buckets a day or two from today.. then plan to intercrop with mungo once the corn had made a head-start.

Will sow swiss-chard on planter tray.

UPDATE #1:  April 10, 2015

celery cherry tomato garlic mustard sweet corn seedlings sweet corn