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Paquito Answer for the Day 36

Finally the Ghost Month is on its way out! How many of you have encountered delays and setbacks due to this old age beliefs? It did cause a lot of stumbling road isn’t it, but in this world full of diverse cultural belief we can’t be aggressively demanding nor forceful when it comes to business. Safe to safe it should be a part of our business strategic planning in order to avoid the negative effects it have along the way.

Respecting one’s intuitive beliefs return a good positive energy or your inner chi. Learn from it and am pretty sure you’ll muster enough tactics to defy the odds of Ghost month.

Better understand it in it’s simplest form than not understanding it, at all. – Paquito

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You Got Issues, Confront It!

Afraid to face the consequences and it’s free irrational invective’s you’ll be hearing after a failed engagements ? It’s a do or die situation for you as you’re behind your targets in whatever your hands are up at and you’re like “what the hell am gonna do ., all the options were tried and yet… o’cmon” Will you choose to panic, not yet.

Scenarios like this are a handful in every organization or even in your circle of friends and more importantly on your own, right ? And since you’re a part of the deal you keep on failing to pick up the right pieces or push the right button to provide the best option, solution, answers and even the simplest dumbest yes might be the key to all of it…   To think that you’re prolonging the agony just add up a little problem here and a little problem there. Plug it one at a time. You may be missing the line of sight, the true line of direction that’ll lead you to the ultimate simple but effective move.

Remember that in every complex processes the potential solution rests somewhere along the middle, the process next to last or the step after the first. Keep your thoughts wide open about it as the tiniest gap commonly make the highest damaging impact in the end.

Never put excessive air and let the balloon explode nor contended with less as it will not even able to support its weight. Right amount is all you need. – Paquito

 

Reliability , How do You Nurture it ?

Our character are put to a test once were left all alone to do the stuff that our organization trust us to do. Commitments are a proverbial agreement between two parties that works around the worthy trust and reliability to each strengths and looking forward to a common goal they believe as the most adaptive and useful during such time.  The simple knowledge of believing unto self,  motivates the person.

Now , the simple question is … How do you nurture yourself to be reliable ?

Let’s explore the substance of being one to our self and to others. Send me your thoughts and we’ll all pretty sure to see different approaches and mindset to become one.

Reading this alone will motivate you doubly as you were yesterday. – Paquito 

 

You Gotta Have That KD and LeBron DNA to be a Winner in Your Own Chosen World.

We tend to find ourselves contemplating on what really completes us, from work, health, hobbies and even gadgets. There seems to be hard time for us to reach the bottom of satisfaction. Though this is a good sign of yearning for more, looking for more and going after those challenges we knew right from the start or recently notice that we can do better or we got to reach for more, the peak and see for ourselves how sweet or sour it is at the top.

So you’re thinking of quitting your current job that pays more than you’ve expected. The job that gave you a five years and ten year loyalty awards where you’ve learned the strokes of the corporate world, the highs and lows of the work environment. You’ve established great co-worker/employee relations and you are acclimatized with the routine. In short you were bound to another 5 or 10 more years and seeing yourself retire with those bunch of whom you considered as your influence’s and motivational professionals, coach or amigo’s who’ve help you out carve a career that is not easy.

Plan not to fail or you’ll fail along the way for not planning . And most the human resource analyst are doing clash of clans in reference to how they can make a great employee to stay even with the lot of bait outside. Switching jobs or career is not really bad at all. Why ?  Here is a great example.

When the Akron Ohio native jumped fence to the Miami Heat, LeBron James arguably the best ever to play the game have received a lot of curses. The fans gone mad with his decision pointing out the “loyalty issue” that has been the norm prior to his arrival in the league where marquee players retires with the same team it first took them. And for him it is his desire to win championship that will cement his stature in the league. The books shows that he did not only twice but thrice in two difference team organization, the Miami as back-to-back champion and with the Cavaliers last year.

In the recently concluded NBA Finals, the series Most Valuable Player Kevin Durant were once in your the same plight. And it took him ten solid years to make a decision that forever change his life, career and opportunities to the sports he is considered as one of the best. That little courage to follow what your heart desires will always have two sides along the way. First, the ghost of the past will haunt you and keeps you distracted with a lot of if’s and but’s. And there’s only one way or thing to let it stop to haunt and that is to reach the known success by doing the hard work, harder than your previous ones.

Imitating their decisions after a thorough thinking of what it’ll bring on the table are highly regarded as the second reason behind why do people change work and careers and that self redemption through humility is the most notable answers by those who’ve moved their talent elsewhere after a long stay. Pick up your things and follow that big decision you have at the back of your mind and do a Kevin Durant and LeBron James style of decision making and see your crowning glory unfold.

Greatness is not about loyalty, its about finding your place to give your best. – Paquito