First Time Visiting Bangkok & I Saw This

After landing in humidity-filled capital, I was walking through a terminal, gasping for what it seemed like very little oxygen. Was the air-conditioning on at the airport? Highly doubt it. A rush of just hell hit me before going to a taxi rank (and luckily a good one) to get a taxi to my hotel.

Shortly after getting to the hotel, now known as Avani Atrium, there was a disruptive flight attendant (Etihad Airways) giving the check-in desk lady repugnant lip service. While all of that was happening, I saw two “working” women walking out of the hotel lobby to get back to the streets.

This is Bangkok.

The picture, which is shown as the default, was utterly shocking to me. Having just come from gorgeous Sydney, Australia, a place where the harbour is covered in deep blue waters — seeing such a river was soul-torching. The amount of remorse I had, at the time, when I complained about everything I didn’t have, was criminal. After seeing such a river, I walked towards the center of the CBD, and let me just say this, Thailand in 2012 was not a safe place as it is today. Hold ups, ransoms and other crazy ass stories (that the media would never put out there) were rampant.

I recall looking over my shoulder constantly because I thought people were trying to kidnap me. After reaching a junction, I was accosted by a man who was trying to solicit sexual services to me. I walked for another 100m and the man’s pushiness grew — all while passing a man who looked dead underneath a foot bridge. He began to hurl nasty adjectives at me and called me poor, although he was trying to get my money on commission. These types of things I couldn’t change and probably can’t change, but the fact and matter is I saw pure destruction. I saw children walking around with bare feet. I noticed a stench of raw sewage on the streets and people were eating at tables just inches from the bodily fluids.

These people, like other people scattered across India, Africa, Bangladesh, China and so many other countries, are in need of something. They don’t need money at the moment, because if they get loads of money, they don’t know how to save it. Conditioning needs to happen. The mind needs to change, and little by little, it could be done.

I know there are a plentiful charities out there that give food, but it just doesn’t equate to changing the condition. Since then, Thailand has minimized those slums and now they’ve cleaned it up, but where I’m typing this still remains a problem….just under these train tracks are one of the biggest red-light districts in Asia and both women/men don’t own up to the ridiculousness they’ve gotten themselves into. There’s not a man, nor an amount of money that could save any of these people….but conditioning can.

The Arsenio Buck Foundation Official Launch!

There are foundations that I won’t name that do more taking than giving. There are too many “non profit” organizations that ask for money, but then those givers have no idea where there money actually goes. Over the course of so many years of seeing blood donation centers asking for blood and NGO’s asking for money, I decided to do this on my own.

Throughout my life, and having been born in a country is very high (yes, America….and poverty harbours within the mind), I’ve seen what poverty leads too. It’s generational. From the African Americans who sit on generational welfare, to the trailer parks where Caucasian Americans get inundated with drugs like heroin and cocaine, I can make a change.

Having lived in Thailand for five years and seeing the things I have for the last 5 years, my life-work/assignment has always been to give back — to do more than what I’m paid to do just so I can build upon the amazing person I already am.

My Four Pillars

So, The Arsenio Buck Foundation, which has now launched, has four pillars.

Schools, companies, and organizations wishing to book my services (and I do this for free) will have an opportunity to get in contact with me (I do two of these volunteering projects a year — 2020 may change to a handful, though) at ArsenioBuck@icloud.com.

English Language Training

This isn’t your basic, dumb down, open a book and teach. This is for all language learner levels and for people all over the world. This is a very intensive/interactive 2-3 day language/confidence building pillar that will enable students to break away from their shyness, make mistakes while speaking, and develop confidence within a short amount of time. It will also have implements of personal development, too.

Technology

Because I know how important the internet is today, people don’t understand how they’re a profile/click away from being HUGE. Creating an Instagram and finding the correct hashtags is the quickest way to building notoriety. Making pages, communicating with people on LinkedIn (if you’re a business professional) and other grounds, is what this dimension brings to the table.

Personal Development

Because I train business clients all over Thailand in terms of personal development, this is another area that will be accessible for schools/organizations. Leadership, finding your purpose, passion, self control, pleasing personality, etc are available — among so many others.

Victim – Victor

This is the most intense project. This is a lot of in-your-face, being held accountable, and digging deep into the minds of a lot of people who seemingly can’t except the fact about what’s happening around them. The goal for this one is to have everyone alleviate themselves from negative self-talk, physical environment issues, overcoming hardships, bad neighborhoods, horrible friends/workmates/family, and more.

So with these four pillars now intact, please follow my facebook page 

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Vientiane, Laos: Part II & The End – Opinion Has Changed

So, I’m standing in this long immigration line and I couldn’t help but look and see who was around me.  Smokers from Russia over my left shoulder, smoking where everyone was standing; backpackers who had red eyes a couple of people in front of me who had slow reactions to everything, druggies sitting on the ground talking about what drugs they’ve experienced with on Koh Phangan.

Do I need to continue?

Ok, so Laos attracts the bare minimum of humanity.  No, I have no authority, nor do I like speaking negatively about people, but to see these types of people entering Thailand, it’s no wonder the visa laws have gotten strict to get these types of individuals out.

Ok, outside of immigration, what else?

Vientiane Luxury Hotel – 3.5 out of 10 stars

Staff unhelpful, pool bar advertised but doesn’t serve drink, unhelpful and unfriendly staff from different nations (they’re not Laos people, but more Vietnamese and Indian), dated hotel, elevator looks like a horror film.

Grr, I hate being negative, but this could help people with making a decision on coming here in the future.  Why did I stay here? Looked very nice in pictures with great reviews.  Outside of a slightly above average breakfast, walking through the lobby scares me because everyone is just RUDE.

You’ve Pointed Out Everything NOT About Lao People

That’s right. Lao people are amazing.  The restaurants I’ve gone to have been superb.  Excellent service just outside the main road in town at a small, but wonderful restaurant with some pretty good food.  Went to a burger joint in the evening on Thursday and had a DELICIOUS Aussie burger.  Staff was FANTASTIC! Yes, the embassy employees were rude, but who wouldn’t be? If you would’ve seen some of those people yesterday, you would be disgusted.  But if I can some this all up, lao people are unbelievably friendly, but the city is overrun by druggies, smokers, and the worst backpackers in the world.  I was walking to my hotel yesterday and an American walked by, suspiciously looking at me, wreaking of marijuana and wanting a conversation, although he could hardly even hold himself up.

I’m grateful for Laos and Lao people, but this is a place I can never come to again because the energy is downright depressing.  Seeing these foreigners here, drugged out and socially awkward (AS HELL), makes me cringe.

So long, Laos!

Positive Mental Attitude: Season 2 – Episode 21 – Quotient Analysis – Part B

We’ve got the second part of this coming up.

I initially separated these into three parts because it’s long and it’s going to take a lot of writing and time.  To get through all 16/17 right off the back, can be overwhelming.

7. Applied faith
(a) Do you have faith in Infinite Intelligence?

_____ _____
(b) Are you a person of integrity?

_____ _____
(c) Do you have confidence in your ability to do what you decide to do?

_____ _____
(d) Are you reasonably free from these seven basic fears:

(1) fear of poverty?

(2) fear of criticism?

(3) fear of ill health?

(4) fear of loss of love?

(5) fear of loss of liberty?

(6) fear of old age?

(7) fear of death?

_____ _____
8. Pleasing personality

(a) Are your habits offensive to others?

_____ _____
(b) Is it your habit to apply the Golden Rule?

_____ _____
(c) Are you liked by those with whom you work?

_____ _____
(d) Do you bore others?

_____ _____
9. Personal initiative
(a) Do you plan your work?

_____ _____
(b) Must your work be planned for you?

_____ _____
(c) Do you possess outstanding qualities not possessed by others in your line of work?

_____ _____
(d) Is it your habit to procrastinate?

_____ _____
(e) Is it your habit to try to create better plans for doing your work more efficiently?

_____ _____

10. Enthusiasm
(a) Are you an enthusiastic person?

_____ _____
(b) Do you direct your enthusiasm toward carrying out your plans?

_____ _____
(c) Does your enthusiasm overpower your judgment?”

11. Controlled attention
(a) Is it your habit to concentrate your thoughts on what you are doing?

_____ _____
(b) Are you easily influenced to change your plans or your decisions?

_____ _____
(c) Are you inclined to abandon your aims and plans when you meet opposition?

_____ _____
(d) Do you keep working regardless of unavoidable distractions?”

 

12. Teamwork

(a) Do you get along harmoniously with others?

_____ _____
(b) Do you grant favors as freely as you ask them?

_____ _____
(c) Do you have frequent disagreements with others?

_____ _____
(d) Are there great advantages in friendly cooperation among co-workers?

_____ _____
(e) Are you aware of the damage one can cause by not cooperating with co-workers?”

Excerpt From: Napoleon Hill. “Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude.” iBooks. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/success-through-a-positive-mental-attitude/id381618319?mt=11

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Sensitivity Breeds Perpetuity

I normally walk over a bridge to go home everyday — a pedestrian bridge.  When I get to the top of this particular bridge, normally there’s someone there sitting on the pavement — holding their hands to their face with a cup in front of them: “I need money.”  On some days, there’s an older lady there with what it seems to be a daughter/granddaughter.  These are the things that really upset me because those children don’t deserve to be included in the chaos.

Homeless.

A word and one of the most controversial topics.  I believe there are different degrees of homelessness.  We can’t compare homeless Americans to homeless Africans or Indians for the sake of governments.  In America, homeless people can get shelter every evening, meals, clothing and other things; in Africa, it’s a free-for-all.  Every man for themselves.

There was an interesting topic on a recent Ted video that sparked a debate (or what I thought was one) from a “therapist” (whatever that means).  A woman told me, “how about some sensitivity?”

Ok, I’m sensitive.

Now what?

Because of a collective and conjunction of bad choices, you’ve landed yourself on the streets.  I will jump in the defence of foster children, which is an incredibly detestable story.  However, everyone has different stories.  I’m not talking about homelessness in the likes of Somalia, India, Bangladesh and other places…..I’m talking about America.  Owning up and taking 100% responsibility for being in your position is the first thing you need to do.  This man on a Ted video said, “we should build homes for all homeless people.”  But, if you put a homeless person into a gorgeous home with a homeless mindset, the individual will still perpetuate a homeless lifestyle because he too, still has the homeless mindset.

In order to change the way someone is….you have to first change the mind.  The paradigm.  The habits.  I remember Charles Barkley made fun of Michael Jordan on an interview one-time — calling him “cheap.”  Michael Jordan didn’t give money to a homeless person.  Oprah Winfrey went on to comment, “well, I do agree because to a certain degree…you’re literally prolonging the hell with the individual.  If you give them money, they will believe that they don’t have to do anything.”

For example, I tried giving a homeless person food on a pedestrian bridge in Thailand — he denied it.  Yes, he denied food. The most quintessential gesture amongst homeless people here in Thailand.  Later, someone dropped some coins in the cup and he thanked them.

What does that tell you? Yes, the arguments such as “only some people deny this.  What about people in this country, and that country.  You’re not very sympathetic.  You’re not compassionate.”  Welcome to the University of Hard Knocks.  You’re homeless and you want other people to give you…..money.  Not food? “Only some people.”  I’ve heard that excuse already.  What if I go to a homeless person and give them….let’s say a book? Will he keep it?  Nope.  Although the book has everything he needs to get out of his rut — he denies that, too.

Napoleon Hill once took a man downstairs in his shop, unveiled a mirror after swiping away at the blanket that was covering it, pointed in the mirror and said, “that’s the only man that can help you.”

If I’m sensitive about the homelessness phenomenon in America, it won’t change the mind of homeless people.  One of my friend’s uncles said, “Arsenio, don’t make fun of homeless people.  They are quitters.”  Giving them homes will do what for them?  Changing their mind, however, can change their reality and the way they perceive it to be.  Clothe them, bathe them, do as you wish….but until the mind is changed, you’re perpetuating a global problem.

 

Lisa Nichols – Cultural, Economic, Gender, Geographical, Spiritual Blueprints

“To begin the process of eliminating any negative money beliefs, let’s go back through the five areas that influenced you in the first place: cultural, economic, gender, geographic, and spiritual. Take out a piece of paper and begin thinking back. What was happening in your household around money during childhood? How did your parents react to financial stressors? What did they do with their money? How did they spend it? How did they talk to you about money? Were you granted your requests for money or was there “never enough” for your needs? Were they “responsible” or “irresponsible” with their money?
And when you started earning an allowance or generating a small income from odd jobs, babysitting, or a paper route, what did you do with your money? Were your parents in agreement with your money decisions—or did they disagree with your actions?
Jot down your remembrances about money growing up—grouping your memories into the preceding five categories. Your list might look like this:”

Cultural Blueprint

  • The majority of the households in my neighborhood were on government assistance.
  • The parents were always at work, which meant the children were always engaged in activities outside their parents control.
  • The majority of my neighborhood were African Americans with the exception of a few Mexican families.
  • The two nearby complexes became saturated with gang violence.

 

Economic Blueprint

  • My father and mother both had jobs, yet the money was relatively scarce from 1995-1997.
  • The most notorious story of my life is when both my brother and I had to wear “water shoes” to school because we didn’t have enough money to buy regular shoes.
  • I would be the first one in line in 1999 (last year living with my father), at school in the morning to eat breakfast and the first one at lunch – this being because food was  a rare commodity in my household.
  • In the beginning stages of 2000, my mom would get clothes that were 5 sizes bigger than us from the homeless shelter she worked at so we wouldn’t be too cold during the winter.

 

Gender Blueprint

The only blueprint was that my sisters needed their own room because they were girls.  What Lisa Nichols wrote in her book “Abundance Now” was this…

  • My grandmother lived with us once Grandpa Joe passed on. She and my mom ran the household.•  I was very good at creating relationships with other girls, my teachers, and my neighbors.•  When I was a teenager, lots of employers offered jobs that were ideal for girls.•  My brothers teased me for getting A’s in math and science. Girls aren’t smart, they said.•  No woman in my family ever went to college. Some never graduated from high school but got married instead.”

Geographical Blueprint

  • I lived in a neighborhood where I heard gunshots at least once a week coming from “over the hill,” also named the “Westside.”
  • The bloods and crypts were around, but my siblings never got into that mess because we were more of the studious types throughout grade school.
  • My friends, in the 6th grade, would repeatedly cuss, skip class, and get bad grades.
  • My school had only Mexicans (50% were gangsters) and African Americans (60% gangsters)…..the women were already having sex at the ages of 11-13.

Middle school wasn’t difficult, though.  I’ll have to emphasize that because I had someone who left an imprint in my life my 8th grade year (story in my podcast).

Spiritual 

  • My family wasn’t very spiritual, but my mother did force us to go to church from time-to-time.  I used to pray to god every night up until about 2006-2007.

Other blueprints can be….

Our church actively helped the poor in our neighborhood with food and clothing.
•  My minister urged parishioners to tithe a portion of their paychecks every week.
•  Once, when a neighbor was too ill to work, our church members paid his rent for three months.
•  Once, when I mentioned I wanted to own a hair salon one day, my Sunday school teacher said girls should become mothers, not business owners.”

Next, circle or highlight on your list the one or two circumstances that have been the biggest driving force in your current relationship to money. Which have largely influenced your current actions and thinking around money?

In my household, for instance, small amounts received from our grandparents for birthdays or Christmas were spent as quickly as possible. As soon as we got the money, it was shopping time—and we didn’t stop until the money was all gone. I bought chili cheese dogs at the local car wash, bubble gum, candy, costume jewelry, sandals—anything fun.

I’d even treat my friends to fast food, buying them all lunch. Broke was level set. We were like lottery winners who not only spend all the money, but who are heavily in debt within a few years of receiving their winnings. I followed that pattern.
Later, I had to work hard to overcome this powerful driver. – Lisa Nichols

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Napoleon Hill – How To Overcome The Fear of Poverty

First, scissor up those plastic cards that lay either idle, or accessible in your wallets and purses.  It’s time to pay virtually cash for everything.  Oh, and this comment is specifically for my Thais here in Thailand – DON’T PAY OFF DEBT WITH CREDIT CARDS! Makes zero sense.

When you start doing this, the sigh of relief will be an overwhelming feeling of joy.  Breaking away from the worrisome and indebtedness so that you’re ready to revamp the habits in your mind and re-direct your course toward prosperity is going to be one of the best achievements of your life.

Remember, when you discontinue an undesirable habit, know that their will be a void or space in the mind that will need some accompanying.  If you don’t occupy that free-space, what will come back?

You guessed right!

The destructive habit that you kicked before.

I’ve talked about a couple of formulas which I told you to copy, paste, print, and recite aloud. There are more formulas approaching very soon…and these formulas will become a part of your mental machinery.

I’m assuming that because you’re reading this…you’re somewhat striving for financial independence.  No, I’m not talking about those ridiculous “how to become a millionaire and billionaire” over-the-top videos you see on YouTube.  I’m talking about the accumulation of money to where you don’t worry about your finances – period.  It’s not difficult to do after you master the Fear of Poverty and developed in its place the Habit of Saving.

The fact and matter is that the cold, cruel, relentless truth is that we’re in the age of materialism.  We’re in the age that showing cars, houses, and everything materialistic gives you an upper hand over other people.  Just look at it this way, if you see a man wearing a suit jut waltzing down the street, you would ask yourself “how much money does he have,” right? However, if you see a man walking down the street with his clothes unpressed, his collar is dirty, shoes scuffed up, and not clean-shaved…you’re probably thinking that he shows signs of impoverished finances.

This tendency to judge people by the money they have, or their power to control money, is not confined to any one class of people.  We all have a touch of it, whether we recognize the fact or not.  Egoism, which I’ll be going over extensively in the coming weeks, is closely related to materialism.  We have to learn to break away from the “I’m better than you because I have more money” bs so we can uplift humanity.

And before I close this out, a lot of men stumble and fall, never again to rise, because of lack of money in times of emergency.  Reserve Funds are essential in the success operation of business! These are all the topics and things I discussed in my podcast down below.  Enjoy!

Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/11814036

Napoleon Hill – The Slavery of Debt

Paying for something you can’t afford.  Ring a bell? You dig into your wallet and pullout that flashy master card, which has “debt-ridden” all over it.  You slide that card or insert it into the machine – little do you know what you’ve just done.

Debt, which is a merciless master, is a fatal enemy of the savings habit.

Poverty, alone, is sufficient to kill off ambition, destroy self-confidence and destroy hope. If we look at it from a realistic perspective, imagine a man.  His name is Joe and he makes $12,000 a year.  His wife, on the other hand, has terrible spending habits and lives a $20,000 year lifestyle.  Therefore, the poor fellow is about $8,000 dollars in debt a year. He has two girls and one boy who wants to go to college, but now that’s impossible because of the father’s debts.  The result makes the entire family miserable.

It’s a terrible thing to go through life like a prisoner in chains, bound down like you’re in solitary confinement.  The accumulation of debts is a habit.  It starts in a small way and grows into enormous proportions slowly over time.

Most men and women develop that notorious habit of spending and unfortunately they never come to their senses in time to save themselves, because spending is like quicksand.  It’s slow, but once it grabs hold of your legs, you have no way out.  You sink deeper and deeper until you’re way in over your head before suffocating.  Good metaphor, ey?

The Fear of Poverty is one of the most destructive of the six basic fears I’ve mentioned in my previous podcasts because it destroys self-confidence, ambition, and sinks you straight into oblivion.  On top of that, this particular fear can attract The Fear of Ill Health, and then that can attract The Fear of Old Age.  Before you know it, your hair is full of grey by the age of 40.  Does any of this ring a bell for you guys? Here, I’ll throw in a story how attaching identity to money is the absolute worst thing you can do.

A young man worked for National Bank of New York City long ago.  Because he had that destructive habit of spending, the debtors/creditors would follow him around like a rat nipping at your heels to embarrass and humiliate him.  Kind of like in America where the debtors start calling your job? It gets worse.  They followed him from city-to-city when he was trying to just escape them until he had accumulated enough money to pay off his indebtedness.  Sure enough, they found him again…..and one cold night he leaped off one of the top building on Broadway straight to his demise.

Debt had claimed another victim.

Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/11794402

Napoleon Hill – The Habit of Saving

Saving money is only a matter of habit.  So, we need to have a brief analysis of the Law of Habit.

Through repetition, any act indulged in a few times becomes a habit, and the mind appears to be nothing more than a mass of motivating forces catering to that habit.

When you have any thought fixed in the mind, a habit is formed and impels action.  For example, think about your daily route to work everyday or some place you frequently visit.  You had to implement the idea in mind that you had or have to go to this place based on obligation everyday; just as we brush our teeth, take a shower, comb our hair, and even and most destructively – turn on the news.

Millions of people go through life in poverty because they made destructive use of the Law of Habit.  Not understanding the Law of Habit or the Law of Attraction….you will remain in poverty  and not even realize what you’re attracting into your life.

Fix in your mind the thought that your ability is limited to a given earning capacity and you will never earn more than that.  The law will set up in your mind the definite limitation you’re calling into existence.  Your subconscious will accept that limitation and then you’ll feel yourself slipping.

How can you get ride of this?

First, through the law of Definite Chief Aim, set up, in your mind, and accurate and definite description of that which you want; including the amount of money you intend to earn.

Your subconscious mind takes over this picture which you have created and uses it as a blueprint, destroying the other blueprints that probably control your perception of money.

You can then start charting, mapping, and holding your thoughts and actions into practical plans for attaining the object of your Chief Aim, or purpose.  Through the Law of Habit you keep the object fixed in your mind and it permanently becomes implanted there.

This practice alone will destroy the poverty consciousness and set up, in its place, a prosperity consciousness.

Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/11785866

Napoleon Hill – Part II & Auto-Suggestion – Closing of Lesson II

Following up from what I talked about in my last Napoleon Hill podcast/blog, that man went on to become the president of one of the largest and most successful companies in America and extended business from coast-to-coast; Canada to Mexico.  That man who went into Napoleon Hill’s office wanting to meet the writer of Self-Confidence and got a hard dose of reality.  Remarkable, isn’t it?

Just a short while after that situation, there was a woman that walked into his office, too. She was a teacher at a public school in Chicago and while she was filling out a form that Napoleon Hill asked her to do, she stopped three minutes in and said, “I do not believe I will fill this out.”

He asked her why and she said, “to be perfectly frank with you, one of the questions in this form put me to thinking and now I know what is wrong with me, therefore I feel it unnecessary to pay you a fee to analyze me.”

After that, the woman left and he didn’t hear from her for two years.  She became a writer at an advertising company in New York.  Oh, and she sent Napoleon Hill a check to cover that analysis fee, because she felt that the fee had been earned, even though he didn’t render any services.

It’s beyond impossible for anyone to foretell what a very insignificant incident may lead to an important turning-point in one’s career.

There have been times that I met someone online and she made me fly all the way to her province before I accepted a job there and left the stressful and hateful environment I was working at.  Yes, someone I met online!

Even just chatting with a random girl from Japan back in 2006 on Myspace and her flying from Kyoto, Japan to visit me in Las Vegas.  When she did, I knew there was so much more to life.  And one night I promised that I would visit her.  Did I know how at the time? Absolutely not, but then that following year I woke up in the middle of the night with enough money in my pocket to fly to Australia to visit here; changing my life forever.

“Fear is the dungeon of the mind into which it runs and hides and seeks seclusion.  Fear brings on superstition and superstition is the dagger with which hypocrisy assassinates the soul.”  – Anonymous Philosopher

“Day by day in every way I am becoming more successful.”

That’s the sign that Napoleon Hill put on his desk and a skeptic walked by and said, “do you really believe that stuff?”

Napoleon Hill retorted, “of course not! All it ever did for me was to help me get out of the coal mines, where I started as a labourer, and find a place in the world in which I am serving upward of 100,000 people, in whose minds I am planting the same positive thought that this sign brings out; therefore, why should I believe in it?”

I bet this resonates with just about everyone who reads this who goes to a job that doubts just about everything you do.  From taking Herbalife, to hearing, “oh, I don’t listen to that American positive thinking stuff.”

Don’t condemn yourself to poverty, misery, or failure like those do.

Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/11749493