A lot of people ask me as an author of books on financial stewardship: “Kuya” (brother), what’s the best investment for you? I can give several answers: stock market, rental property, business, etc. But at the end of the day, my answer will always go back to this: education.
When I was a young man in my twenties, I dreamt of becoming a millionaire. I grew up in a middle class home, with a loving mom and dad who provided for our needs. We never went hungry. But I wanted to be rich. I had very worldly dreams and God—or not even religion—was not
At Project Author’s Session 1 last March 18, 2017, we had the privilege of having award-winning author, Nelson Dy, speak. Together with his lovely and loving wife, Lucy, they encouraged and inspired the audience of aspiring authors. Lucy was the catalyst that God used in Nelson’s journey as an author. While going through Nelson’s stuff
After twenty plus years working in the glamorous advertising industry for a Madison Avenue caliber agency, Grace Chong, took advantage of an early retirement package as her agency went through a merger with another agency. Grace was faced with some tough decisions. Go back to work for another agency and earn a nice income again
Since it’s still Valentine’s Day (and it’s been a month since I posted an entry on this Blog), I looked for something relevant to the theme of the day: LOVE. And look what I found?! Nowadays, I hardly have the luxury of time to write out and type my talks or speeches. They are mostly
A friend sent me an email asking what tips I could give to make this year 2017 the best year ever. I thought that I could give some encouraging positive thinking kind of tips, but when i thought about it, I realized that every year or any year, no matter what happens to you, can be your best year. You could have what to others would look like the worst year ever because of trials and disasters, but the same could be a best year ever for you with a change of mindset and perspective.