excellence #6/7:

excellent discipline

Discipline in the Greek resemblance to the word “gemnatsu” where came the word gymnastic, which literary means, “the ability to subordinates the selves. Every successful person in the world read their biography, they are the people of discipline because there’s no shortcut to success. It takes perseverance to have discipline.

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It takes people who are not afraid of rejection. It takes people who will not afraid of failure because failure is not final therefore it is not fatal. Failure is an event it is not the person. Person who understands perseverance they will succeed because they are the discipline people. It also takes time to have an overnight success.

excellence #5/7:

excellent expectation

Excellent people have high expectancies on themselves. Losers never have it. Excellent people always think “what will I do to learn more?” Only excellent people force themselves to study. It’s not just to earn a degree but to learn and develop ourselves. One of the famous motivational speaker, Denis Waitley said “If you want to be a handicap for the rest of your life in the 21st century economy, be computer illiterate. Peter Drucker, the father of modern day management says this, “The 21st century illiterate is no longer the one who cannot read and write, the 21st century is the one who does not have the capacity to learn, relearn and unlearn”. Logical, an average human knowledge double every three and a half years, do you know that?

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Losers and winners, they have different expectation when it comes to money. Loser will always say “Pare, pera yata yan!” Winner will always say, “Pare, pera lang naman yan eh” Because winners understand there are more things important than money. Dignity of labor, word of honor, respect, faithfulness to the family, service to our country, those are the things money can’t buy.

excellence #4/7:

excellent motivation

Do you know what excellent motivation is all about? “It means letting your mind, and your heart dwell on the right thing”. There’s a shortcut word on it that is called INTEGRITY.

Sometimes integrity is only good to your ears, but it’s very hard to apply in real life. Well, if that's your philosophy I give you an advice, try to consult your bestfriend Merriam, whose last name is Webster and look up that word INTEGRITY and you will be surprise to find out what that word simply means, “a mathematical term that connotes wholeness” That is you’re the integral part of the whole. It means “NO CRACKs” It means our walk matches our talked, our life matches our lips. It also means “When I say I’ll do, I’ll do what I say. What I say I mean, I mean what I say”.

We are the only country that connotes to be, the only Christian country in the part of Asia that according to the United Nation survey, we are no. 2 in corruption. Maybe that would explain the reason why this country is still suffering from poverty right now. Maybe we are lack of the word intergrity.

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The greatest motivation that we can have is whenever we find our people trusting on us. It’s not just thinking of the salary or the money. I always believe that money will depreciates over time or will devaluate its value but character will appreciate over time. You’re reputation, your credibility and your name must be protected above the money. One thing about integrity is that you cannot mandate is, you can only motivate.

Any business along the way will fail but with excellent motivation you will never fail to have an absence of integrity. Perhaps integrity will always starts with the children. Children will not believe 100% you will say, but they certainly believe 100% they see. They do. Some people say “You can fool a fool, but you cannot kid a kid” That’s integrity is all about.

(Inspired by Mr. Francis Kong)