A Man of Value

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A Man of Value

When you focus on becoming a person of value rather than chasing money or success, guess what will show up?

You’ve got it! Success!

Why? When you give value in everything that you do, people will notice it.

People tend to do business with people that they like, respect and trust.

A man of value.

Live Long and Prosper. Peace.

Ivonne Teoh


Are you the next Steve Jobs?

Are you the next Steve Jobs?

Steve Jobs Apple

A lot has been written about Steve Jobs and his success with Apple.

There’s even been a movie about Steve Jobs where Ashton Kutcher played Jobs.

Steve Jobs started from his garage like Bill Gates. What is it about those garages in the 1970’s?

  • Did you drop out of college too?
  • Did you start a new company like Square, Twitter or Pinterest?
  • Did you build up your company, was a terrible CEO and got fired?
  • Did the company goes down the tubes after you left?
  • Did you get with the program and returned to the same company and proceed to turn it around?

So what can you do from your garage?

Perhaps Steve Jobs may be looking over your shoulder and he’d whisper, “Call it – Mango!”


Jack Dorsey was tipped to be Steve Jobs 2.0 but something happened instead.


PS. Actually, the secret is not in the garage as many people run small businesses from their garage and they never grow to the size of Apple, Microsoft, etc. It’s the Founder who counts and their ideas to change the world!


Useful facts

Other people who have started million dollar businesses from their garage!

Michael Malone started IiNet from his parent’s garage in Perth in 1993.


Can you Screw It like Richard Branson?

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Can you screw it like Richard Branson? Actually, he’s now a Sir and well deserved too for his many contributions to the world!

Unlike Steve Jobs, so far there’s no movie about Richard Branson yet.

Richard Branson has written several books; the first one being “Losing My Virginity.”


The latest one I read, “Screw it, let’s do it” is a small book and quite easy to read. I read it in one go! He talked about how he started with the Student magazine, then Virgin Records and Virgin Atlantic plus his many adventures with air balloons.

In this book, he talked about having fun, being bold, how to challenge yourself, stand on your own feet, live for the moment, valuing family and friends, to have respect for everyone and doing good. His mum taught him a lot about life and how to deal with challenges.

His success has been a result of his unique leadership style and other factors.

He says that having fun is really important to him. If he doesn’t enjoy it, he’ll stop.

Sir Richard Branson has certainly entertained all of us with his adventures, shocked some people with his crazy ideas like stripping naked for one of his ads but people still admire him. He stands for the Peter Pan in us, playful, impulsive. But the difference with Richard is that he calculates the risks when considering to do it (or not).

He can tell within 60 seconds if he likes an idea or someone. So far, his intuition has served him well!

I’m sure that Sir Richard Branson will continue to surprise us!

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Bob Proctor and Paradigm Shifts


Listen to Bob Proctor

If you’re not happy with any area of your life, it’s due to your belief systems or paradigms.

For example, you want to be successful but you keeping failing. Something is sabotaging you whenever you get close to success. You do something stupid or something happens…

Paradigm Shifts

Bob Proctor explains how paradigms work with this short meditation.

It’s actually one of my favourite meditations as his voice is soothing and calm…

#BobProctor #ParadigmShifts

Read more here about paradigm shifts and how it affects your success (or not).