Magandang buhay Christian Infopreneur!
Today, I recorded 1 essential habit that maybe you despised for so long, at di mo namamalayan dahil dito di ka nakakamove forward sa information business that you wanted to start.
Unconsciously, it slowly pulling you down and blocks you to to the success that you wanted for so long.
Many Aspiring Christian Infopreneurs are wasting their precious time because they talk more about people or things than speaking about ideas and eventually nourishing it.
There is a saying that states that: “Great men talk about ideas, average men talk about things, little men talk about other men.”
Analyze yourself, friend, what are you speaking about lately with your friends, co-workers, or churchmates?
We have to face the fact that not all ideas that we have may “click”, but believe me, just “One idea is enough!” that can change your history.
I remember Thomas Edison who failed 10,000 times but never gave up on this 1 idea that he invented.
Because of that, up to this time his invention his helping many people.
I bet Thomas Edison, spend most of his time doing revise, thinking, and speaking about this idea with His friends. This is what we need to do as well.
Lessen our “Chismis Time” and exchange it speaking about ideas.
“Not what goes into the mouth defiles a man; but what comes out of the mouth, this defiles a man.”
Watch this short video below and be more motivated to focus on your goal.
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Praying for your Success and Happiness,
Founder of Christian Infopreneurs Academy
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