Archive for August, 2011

Little Words To Live By

I value the friend who for me finds time on his calendar, but I cherish the friend who for me does not consult his calendar

By: Robert Brault

2 hours transit time, that’s all I had in Los Angelos en route to Arizona. Patiently waiting for me at the arrival hall was 3 acquaintances I met early this year in May. 60 minutes to be precise the waiting time. I wasn’t sure if they would come since I was late, delayed with the immigration crowd.

Upon arrival, I was greeted with warm smiles and huge hugs. One, that felt like family. Inexplainable feeling, I could only describe that as moments in my life that I would cherish and remember for eternity. It was hectic, running from International arrival hall to domestic departure to my next check in.

The journey on the path way, few words were exchanged but the spoken thoughts were lined goldenly in our hearts. After checking in, we finally rested at the coffee house in the next building. Only to realize I had only 10 minutes to spare. Naturally, we spoke less and took more actions. Eating and snapping photos away, leaving trails of our brief airport encounter.

We parted at last with mutual joy and possibly a mutual desire of meeting again in the near future. The road is never too far to see a friend. Moments I know I have found friends for life. Thank you Rose, Marilou and Ben.

Little Words to Live By

The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears

By: Native American saying

I journeyed back to the past years and found some memories, I described in words – http://bit.ly/ndQu8B

Made a video to share the photos. Enjoy.

Little Words to Live By

If I have the belief that I can do it, I will surely acquire the capacity to do it, even if I may not have it at the beginning

By: Mahatma Gandhi

A chinese man appeared, I believed he looked like my age. I didn’t pay much attention to him as he spoke words of richness. The subject was on how he made his millions on the Internet. I knew of many individuals as such, I knew there were ways to make money online. Naturally, I was not interested because I knew if I wanted to earn online, I could do just the same – I have the skills, with my 1st class Bachelor honors in Computer Science, I was arrogant with my knowledge.Little did I know I have the knowledge but not the wisdom to apply it.

Months passed since our first encounter. The day arrived where we meet again in an Affiliate Profit List seminar. Patric introduced himself by sharing the story of his life. His roots. I started to listen. A young man with nothing in his hands but yet only a desire to succeed. He didn’t have a choice as he was not blessed with a formal education. In my definition, my dictionary would labeled him as a “C” student, one which is doomed with no future. I am ashamed I felt that way. Education has ruined me on that matter for I had the belief that getting a formal education was the only way to wealth.

To sit in Patric’s seminar, one must have the grounds of patience. Interesting content is given when you pay attention and I occasionally find Patric’s Malaysian slang and dry jokes a humour. New things are shared on each occasion we meet in his seminar.

The most valuable attribute about Patric – he is 100% a giver. An attitude I learnt to respect truly. Subscribing to his mailing list although cluelessly I followed his instructions blindly. Literally. I know of this man through his voice on email. Info-pioneering his core strength. I used his valuable material shared to get started online. I had nothing, no product to sell.

Even to this date, I am still building websites using his valuable material content ! He shares his system, all one need to do is follow it diligently ! Humble as he is with his fortune, I know he is still building his own sales page. How do I know ? The grammar mistakes is still visible ! Despite the mistakes, he makes money still, tons of money.

My life was transformed because I made a decision last year. Internet marketing was introduced to me by Patric Chan, a mentor I am proud to rub shoulders with as a friend.