Personal Development, Finance, and Investing For Filipinos
An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest. Financial Education is your best investment.
Entrepreneurship is a promising endeavor, although, it is no piece of cake.
Even if you're in the baking business, sooner or later you'll realize that being an entrepreneur requires more than just mixing and stirring. Now you may ask, how about for a "webpreneur?" Well, same rules apply.
Entrepreneurship is a risky business that suits only those who are not afraid to fail.
Because you'll be your own boss, self-regulation is critical.
Business attempts are ideally founded on carefully derived strategies more than just plain wishful thinking.
An entrepreneur is a shepherd that guides and leads the business forward greener pastures and not forward muddy banks.
Honest and Trustworthy
In entrepreneurship, deals and negotiations are made with people and if there's one thing they expect from you, it's a sense of honesty and trustworthiness.
Failures will be encountered along the way, but if you keep going and turn problems to lessons, you'll be able to master the craft of entrepreneurship in no time.
Two Facets of Entrepreneurship
Before you jump on board the business bandwagon, make sure you're well-equipped with the necessary knowledge regarding it's two facets.
Let the good be an inspiration, and the bad--your most fitting challenge.
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ABOUT THE BLOGGER
Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
An RFP Graduate (Registered Financial Planner Institute - Philippines).
A Personal Finance Advocate. An I.T. by Profession. An Investor. Business Minded. An Introvert. A Photography Enthusiast. A Travel and Personal Finance Blogger (Lakbay Diwa and Kuripot Pinoy).
Currently, I'm working my way toward time and financial freedom.