Showbiz

Mind your own business

08/27/2018

DAHIL hindi forever ang career sa show biz, most celebrities put up businesses as a fallback.
Here are the advice that four stars, who have businesses of their own, follow and practice.

Richard Yap
Nobody will earn money for you, you have to do it yourself. This means that in running a business, you always have to be on top of it. Be aware of what’s happening, and work hard. Relying on someone to run your business is not advisable, because there are very few people who will have genuine concern.

Ogie Alcasid
The best business advice I got is from the Bible: Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. Treat business as an opportunity for us to give and serve. The money comes after. It’s the bonus that we get, because our first intention is to share.

Ara Mina
Don’t start a business unless you’re doing something you love and are good at, unless you dedicate yourself to becoming an expert at it over the coming years.

Kris Bernal
Start something you’re willing to dedicate most of your time to. Start today. Making excuses won’t help you get ahead in life.

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Showbiz

Mind your own business

08/27/2018

DAHIL hindi forever ang career sa show biz, most celebrities put up businesses as a fallback.
Here are the advice that four stars, who have businesses of their own, follow and practice.

Richard Yap
Nobody will earn money for you, you have to do it yourself. This means that in running a business, you always have to be on top of it. Be aware of what’s happening, and work hard. Relying on someone to run your business is not advisable, because there are very few people who will have genuine concern.

Ogie Alcasid
The best business advice I got is from the Bible: Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. Treat business as an opportunity for us to give and serve. The money comes after. It’s the bonus that we get, because our first intention is to share.

Ara Mina
Don’t start a business unless you’re doing something you love and are good at, unless you dedicate yourself to becoming an expert at it over the coming years.

Kris Bernal
Start something you’re willing to dedicate most of your time to. Start today. Making excuses won’t help you get ahead in life.

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