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What Motivated My Shift from Employment to Entrepreneurship

What Motivated My Shift from Employment to Entrepreneurship

What was or is your initial motivation that fuels your transition from being a full-time employee to becoming a lifetime entrepreneur? Ironic and irresponsible as it may seem, money wasn't the first opportunity I saw when I thought about the idea of leaving the rat-race's world. Let me tell you the first thing I saw.
How I Manage Multimillion Companies Without Seeing Clients Face-to-Face

How I Manage Multimillion Companies Without Seeing Clients Face-to-Face

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I was asked how I manage multimillion companies without seeing clients face-to-face. Read this article to know how rapid response time, experience-based knowledge of customers' problems, and super humans in my team play a role in my management style.
4 Smart Tips To Save Money for Holiday Getaways

4 Smart Tips To Save Money for Holiday Getaways

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The holiday season is fast approaching and so are holiday breaks. You might be thinking of spending your New Year's Eve at Hong Kong Disneyland to witness their magnificent fireworks display....
3 Money-Related Schemes Online That You Have to Watch Out For

3 Money-Related Schemes Online That You Have to Watch Out For

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Developments in e-commerce have become unstoppable, especially with the continuous technological advancements getting launched with each passing year. From establishing communication with people far from you, purchasing your daily needs to...
5 Ways That Can Help You Free Your Family From Your Debts

5 Ways That Can Help You Free Your Family From Your Debts

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Are you trying to get rid of the debts your family has? Are you having a difficult time increasing your savings because you have to consider paying your debtors? Do you...
Why and How Every Filipino Can Build an Emergency Fund

Why and How Every Filipino Can Build an Emergency Fund

If you’ve read financial blogs, been to any financial seminar or just simply read financial books, then you have surely encountered the term “emergency fund”. An emergency fund is an amount set...
4 Tips on How to Stick With Your Predetermined Christmas Budget

4 Tips on How to Stick With Your Predetermined Christmas Budget

It's the first day of December 2015! Woohoo! Twenty-four days to go before Christmas! The Christmas' spirit is here, so is the long list of expenses that you need to remind yourself of...
Should I Lend My Money or Not?

Should I Lend My Money or Not?

I am willing to lend, particularly to family members and relatives, especially if it’s a matter of life and death. But if it’s not a life-and-death situation, you’ll have to go...
5 Money-related Filipino Idioms I Disagree With

5 Money-related Filipino Idioms I Disagree With

If you’re going to ask employees why they work, you’ll always hear “to earn money” as one of the immediate answers. Others even work on multiple jobs just so they can keep up with...
3 Money-Saving Tips for OFWs Who Are Extra-kind to Their Loved Ones

3 Money-Saving Tips for OFWs Who Are Extra-kind to Their Loved Ones

Filipinos are known for being hospitable and for being very family-oriented. Above anything, we put our families first, above ourselves, even. That, too, is one of the reasons why many OFWs...
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