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My passion is…

Do you know what your passion is? Passion is a big word and as millennials, you will always hear us say, “I would love to do my passion but…” Let me ask you this, do you really know what your passion is? Well, I only got a clear understanding of it after reading the book about Ikigai. As the book says, passion is the intersection between what you’re good at and what you love to do. Well, it seems easy…

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Know where you are at in your life…

The life we are living is the combination of the different sections/life aspects in the wheel of life. What is the wheel of life? It is a tool that lets you identify where you are at in the different aspects of your life. It has a lot of versions but mainly, sections in the circle are finance, health, spiritual, career, friends and family, fun and recreation, personal development and romance. Why am I bringing up this now? This is personally…

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Job Hopping…

I have been working for more than 10 years now. In that 10 years, I have been with 9 companies (3 of which were contract jobs). So yeah, I job hop. I have my reasons and I’m quite sure people who do it, have their own reasons too. So why do we move? There could be a whole lot of reasons why, but it always comes down to three – financial, a crappy boss/management, and boredom. They say job hopping…

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I wanted to win the lottery, but…

Who doesn’t want to win the lottery? I bet everyone wants to win! Not just in the lottery but in life. That’s human nature. May it be a basketball game or even a simple bet. We all want to win! This week, the lotto prize here is $60M. Imagine if someone wins that all by himself? He will be set for life. He can donate 20% to charity, give the 15% as “balato” (money given away in goodwill by a…

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Cherish education, most of the time it’s not free…

It’s been a while since a company that I’m working for sponsored my whole day training. Well, I kinda missed feeling sleepy in class, arriving late and of course the free lunch and snacks. It’s ironic that I’m missing going to class but when I was in university, I hated going to one. I’d rather sleep or play gigs than go to class thus the reason for me being delayed. 🙂 I was not valuing my education back then, well,…

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Anti-Incentive: An Unconventional Way to Stick To Your Goals

Do you always set new year’s resolutions/goals every year but fail to stick to them? Don’t worry, you are not alone. According to a recent research, only 37.8% of people in their twenties achieve their resolutions every year. So what happens to the remaining 62%? Well, they just simply wait for the next year so they can set-up new goals again. And, not stick to it… again. What can we do about this? Pray? Meditate? Move on? Hire a coach or…

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How to Overcome the Reasons Why Millennials are Procrastinating On Making Decisions (VLOG)

Survey Result: Top 3 Decisions Millennials Are Procrastinating On How to Overcome the Reasons Why Millennials are Procrastinating On Making Decisions (VLOG) is published on 2017-12-29T06:29:11-05:00 and last modified: 2017-12-29T06:29:11-05:00 by Kulas

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Top 3 Decisions Millennials Are Procrastinating On

Millennials are often described as lazy, privileged, narcissistic and job hoppers. But, during one of the surveys I did; it seems millennials though procrastinating on making decisions show that they want to improve their lives either emotionally, financially and mentally. As a millennial myself, I do have a lot of decisions that I used to procrastinate on. Or, the reverse, I decide on a lot of things all at the same time. I conducted a survey regarding the decisions millennials…

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What is Coaching and How Does it Differ From Other Helping Modalities?

Before undergoing my coach training, my view of a coach is limited to a sports and fitness coach and that what they do is to help you train and win (and for the other side to lose, if you are in a competition). Their emphasis is for you to do your best through rigorous training and discipline. They give you motivation and help you to be better at what you are trying to accomplish. The “coaching” I’m doing now is…

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Purchasing Our First Home in Canada

I’ve been busy for the past few months dealing with a lot of transitions in our life. I just got my G2 license, so I can drive now, I started my coaching practice and we purchased and moved to our first home in Canada. We were really blessed to have been able to buy a property amidst the crazy Toronto real-estate market.  Of course, it was not easy, but after 3 months of looking, researching and 2 failed bids, we…

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