The Most Powerful Wealth Building Secrets Known

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After spending over 31 years researching, studying, analyzing, and identifying the most powerful and critical business systems and profit generating mindsets.

I’ve discovered that all incredibly successful pre-eminent entrepreneurs, business-builders, innovators and nationally recognized professionals all share a specific mindset.

And it is this mindset that is the single biggest cause for their brilliant achievements.

I’d like to share with you 9 of the 26 mindset that all these great masters of business building and life mastery have possessed.

1. Setting And Playing By Their Own Rules. The successful people I have studied did what they wanted – the way they wanted to do it! They didn’t hold back. Nor did they follow the status quo.
2. Easily and Effectively Overcome Obstacles. No matter what the setback (financial setbacks, health problems, cash flow difficulties, lack of education) EVERY successful person managed to triumph over their obstacles (and everyone of them had at least one).
3. Turning Negatives Into Positives. The super achievers I studied did one thing better than anyone else they competed against. They reframed every problem or disappointment they faced into a solution or opportunity for greater success.
4. Persistence. Everyone falls off the horse. But the people I studied got right back up, dusted themselves off, and tried again and again until they succeeded.
5. Ethics. The people I’ve studied have the highest ethical standards of anyone I’ve been exposed to. They took firm stands on what they believed in and did what was right. They didn’t compromise, they didn’t sell out, and they didn’t lower their standards.
6. Belief And Commitment. Persistence does not work without a clear, strong belief in your unalienable right to have the goal and reward your after.
7. Focus And Unstoppable Drive. Persistence, belief and commitment are all essential to success. Yet, without clear focus and unstoppable drive, you’ll only accomplish a fraction of your true potential. Focus is the ability to never let diversions get in your way. It’s the ability to cut to the “bottom line essence” in everything you do.
8. Risk Taking. Super successful entrepreneurs know when and where to take astute risks. They know how to take them for maximum yield but minimum down side. Most people I meet however are afraid to take risks.
9. Fearlessness. The sky will not fall …the world’s not collapsing …you won’t go broke or look stupid as long as you continually take forward action. Actually, doom and failure only go to those who stay in the status quo.Simply being aware of these 9 mental factors will make you far more prone to success, starting right now.So take the time to commit these to memory first, and then incorporate them into your being.
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JATROPA (Tuba-Tuba) Farming

JATROPA (Jatropha curcas L.) Locally known as tuba-tuba is one of the most promising sources of bio-fuel today. About 30 percent of the tuba-tuba nut is composed of oil. This oil can be easily processed into fuel that can replace or mixed with petroleum based diesel to save on imported oil and most importantly increase local employment and help the economy to grow. The tuba-tuba has been planted for quite sometime but it was mainly as fencing. It is also known in the Tagalog region as “tubing bakod” and”sambo” while the Ilocanos call it “tawa-tawa” while it is called “tagumbao” in Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan. In the Cagayan Valley, it is known as “kalunay” and “kasla” among the Ilonggos. In the Lanao region, it is known as “tangantangan”.

Jatropha is a drought-resistant perennial shrub with an economic life of up to 35 years and can even extend up to 50 years. The shrub has a smooth, gray bark which exudes a whitish color, watery latex when cut. The size of the leaves ranges from 6-15 cm in length and width. It sheds leaves in the dry season and rejuvenates during the rainy season. Continue reading

Resin Lamination

Lamination is used to preserve pictures and documents. It has many uses but the most common are lamination of certificates, diplomas and pictures.
Tools and Materials:

• cellophane plastic sheet (bigger than the flat wooden frame)
• 200g white glue
• 200g pre-mixed resin
• 4g local MEKP hardener
• 30″ gold lining
• rubber squeegee
• brush and sponge
• disposable mixing cup
• disposable stirring rod
• 9 .5″ x 7.5″ flat wooden base
• 13″ x 10″ wooden frame slightly larger then the base
• 8.5″ x 6.5″ Certificate
• white sheet or bond paper