Monday, March 19, 2012


There is no absolute truth.
That's what they say.
But if I were to think of one...if there is one...
...It is that there will always be a time in a person's life that he or she will want change.
The routine, for most, it appears is --
Grow to be a kid with big, seeming impossible dreams...
Be a student and graduate to become a person with ideal, seeming reachable goals in life...
and then, eventually...
Become an employee with more realistic targets and take on life.

I'm not saying that all employees are unhappy with their lives...please... don't get me wrong...
I'm just saying that sooner or later... every employee, whether or not they're contented with their lives, will have that ONE CRITICAL MOMENT where they will be re-evaluating what he or she has become.

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Monday, March 12, 2012


Business owners often pay thousands for a study on their target market.
Surveys, feedback forms, interviews are just some of the things business moguls do to get a feel of what their customers want.
Small business owners, though, lack the resources to conduct such an in depth study of their clientele.
Often, it takes them years and a couple of costly mistakes to know exactly what their clients want.

Here's how I hurdled this dilemma.


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Tuesday, March 6, 2012


I've said this like a thousand times before...
Running a business has its ups and downs.
Most of the time, I walk the talk and I actually focus on the ups.
There are even moments that I'm TOO positive...(I think) people around me already want to vomit.


I am not always the "focus on the ups" kind of girl.
There are times like "the episode" I just had recently...when I just want to cry non-stop 'til all the frustrations go away.
When you're in that zone, it's hard to stop.
In between the sobs, the running nose and the tissue, you can still find a way to rant...and rant...and rant...
Believe me...
That's exactly what I did and it seemed like I would never stop.

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