Tag Archives : My Two Pennies Worth

Deciding on the Right Reward or Punishment to Move You Forward


In order to create the environment that will motivate you to achieve your goals or complete certain tasks, you will need a drive. Either you’re driven towards getting that rewards or driven to get away from the pain. So yeah, it’s both carrots and sticks. When you want to hold yourself accountable for something but it doesn’t seem to work,…

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7 Types of Energy Suckers to Avoid On Social Media


When we live and breathe social media, we will stumble upon the wrong crowd. These are the people who got us frustrated and upset unnecessarily by their posts and the way they communicate with you. They’re energy suckers. Identify these peeps and avoid them at all costs. I’m sure you can relate when I explain in details what these people…

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5 Rules I Have in My Business


It has been a little over 7 years since I left employment to start my own business. There were a lot of trials and errors along the way. I’ve lost money and time starting something then having it shut down a few months, some a few weeks later. It just didn’t work out because I didn’t know what I wanted.…

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My New Perspective on Life


I reflect on my life pretty often ever since I turned 30 to get a new perspective on life. I mean, that’s what most people do right? It’s not always a pleasant experience though. Occasionally, I would have a mild panic attack as if I was going to run out of time. That’s when I tend to speed up everything…

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Should You Go Full Time or Part Time?


Whenever we hear the word “entrepreneur,” we instantly think of someone who is full of ideas and willing to take the risk to begin any ventures. That’s not entirely true although those are the traits we commonly see in entrepreneurs. Take me for example. I’m a rather risk-averse person. While I do take risks, I only take calculated risks. I…

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Entrepreneur Mindset versus Employee Mindset


When I wanted to start a business, I was asked this question on the purpose of starting a business. Before I know any better, I said that because I wanted to be financially free, you know, like what I read in Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. I think most people in the Generation Y era can relate to…

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