Archive for Personal Life
I receive quite a number of responses to my last email where I shared that I’ll be in Jack Neo’s new movie.
Many congratulated me and they look forward to watching the movie.
The movie will be out in late Jan, so please support local movie. Thanks.
Here’s another photo of me and Jonas with Director Jack Neo.
Jonas is busy checking out the Lion dance rehearsal.
Just before I reveal the secret of how you can become a movie star, I would like to share something interesting
Recently someone posted this on my blog.
I know of people who have attended countless seminar and training and they didn’t earn a single cent even after 6 months. So stop selling ‘snake oil’ to your list.
This guy is pretty direct isn’t it.
Well… do I care about this?
I know I am kind of late. But it’s better late than never : )
I took tons of photos when I was in Korea in Feb and here’s the videos that took me the whole night to create.
Video Part 1
Video Part 2
Usually at the end of the year, my friends and I will gather and pool our funds together to donate cash and food to the needy.
Last month we donated to Surya Home the following :
20 cartons of condense milk and 20 cartons of biscuits.
This is not a very big amount but it will definitely goes towards helping the needy.
A while ago I wrote about my MVP condition (Mitral Valve Prolapse). You can check out the blog post here. I went back for a check out to make sure my heart valve is still working fine.
I was pretty anxious to know if my condition has worsen. If it gets worse, there are only 2 possible scenario. It’s either I go for operation to replace my valve or in the worse case, I face death.
Here’s the video of the scan. You can clearly see my heart and my valve in the monitor.
After the scan, I am glad to say that my condition did not worsen.
And everything looks fine for now.
This is good news as it means that I get to enjoy life a bit more for now.
Time for me to plan out my 2012.
A couple of weeks ago, I was at a charity seminar called Learnathon.
For the unaware, Learnathon was a social media driven philanthropic initiative that is meant to raise funds for the victims of the recent flooding disasters in Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines.
When I was first contacted, I agreed to do the seminar without hesitation. It was my way of giving back with all the accumulated success that I have achieved over the years. And I am glad to announce that we managed to raise $132,850 for the flood victims.
Moreover, getting together 14 of Asia’s top wealth creation and motivational speakers was a fantastic idea to help do charity, and share the secrets to financial freedom at the same time.
While I was at the event sharing the secrets to my success, a lot of people approached me saying they were very inspired by my success story.
And while I was seated at the front seat listening to the other speakers (There are a total of 14 of us), I find that we all have something in common that separate us from the underachiever.
And that thing is “Taking Massive Action”
Now, we are all born with the same potential for success. There, I said it.
I am a strong believer in that.
People can argue with me and say things like:
‘Jaz, I am not talented in this…’
OR even things like:
As I reached home, I went to my room, freshened up myself and change to a more comfortable clothes.
After the usual routines I do at home, I went out to the balcony and refreshed myself.
“Wow! What a week this was!” I said to myself with all the smiles as I breathe in the fresh air.
I gazed around me to the vast surroundings that I can see. I never realized until today that I was living with all the dreams that I could only wish in the past.
Having my very own dream car….
To be able to travel around the world with the many opportunities my work has to offer and being able to do a lot of exciting escapades during holidays instead of just staying home.
These were merely wishful thinking to me before.
I often get asked this question – “Jaz, How Did You Get Started In Your Internet Business?”…
And “What’s Your Secrets To Success?”
Every time when I tell people that I am an ex-Fashion Designer, people are always ‘shock’ by my previous occupation.
They always wonder how I managed to turn from designing clothes to become one of the top marketing expert in Asia.
Well… if you are wondering as well, have a good read at this newspaper article about how I overcome all odds to be where I am now.
And the 3-Letter success principle that have stay with me till now.
Click on the image below to open up the newspaper article.
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