Tony Robbins: Goldman Sachs + What To Do Next: Hidden Fees and Halfway Truths

Foreword about Goldman Sachs - By Jiun Ting Yong Do you know what is Goldman Sachs? A very well - known investment bank in Manhattan, Wall Street in New York, the USA. An investment bank that was well - known for their job in analysing economics and financial markets for investors and potential investors to... Continue Reading →

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Gary Vee: Facebook 101

Foreword I've done a heavy dose of Facebook advertising over the years.  When I launched my first YouTube video back in 2015, I sponsored the hell out of the video on my Facebook, which then turned into a few hundred likes and maybe a dozen views on the YouTube video.  To this day, that has... Continue Reading →

Gary Vee: Twitter

Listen, I was never -- AND I MEAN NEVER -- a fan of twitter.  Everyday back in 2010, when I was YOUNG, I would see one of the TV (that thing they call television) anchors always make remarks about Twitter (in a funny and joyful way).  I kept saying, "psshhh I'm not using that!"  Well,... Continue Reading →

Lisa Nichols’ Staircase Analogy

OH-EM-GEE! Yeah, I'm saying it like a 13-year-old belieber.  Here I am typing hashtags in my blog and listening to a live stream of my favorite mentor in the world - Lisa Nichols.  Then, something was said.  The staircase analogy....please, let me share this with you. Every individual on planet Earth has had personal problems.... Continue Reading →

Stephen Covey’s Four Dimensions of Renewal – Physical Dimension – Stop Being Lazy (Physically)

How can you preserve and enhance the great asset you have? Physical: Exercise, Nutrition, Stress Management Social/Emotional: Service, Empathy, Synergy, Intrinsic Security Mental: Reading, Visualizing, Planning, Writing Spiritual: Value Clarification & Commitment, Study & Meditation George Sheehan, the running guru, describes four roles: being a good animal (physical), a good craftsman (mental), a good friend... Continue Reading →

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