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5 Excellent Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur

5 Excellent Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com   In achieving to be a successful entrepreneur, sometimes, being business-minded is not only needed. Read below excellent traits to be a successful entrepreneur.   1. Enjoys his job and takes it seriously It’s a simple form of personal satisfaction when you love your job. If you do not enjoy what you are doing, most likely, the success of your business will affected. So, you should ...

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Surviving Life Lessons from ‘The Shallows’

Surviving Life Lessons from ‘The Shallows’

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com ‘The Shallows’ is a movie that taught us life lessons with its main character, Nancy Adams played by Blake Lively. Here are the ‘surviving’ lessons you can learn from the heart-racing movie. The story takes place in a secluded island in Mexico wherein only a few people go there for surfing. She’s still mourning with the loss of her mother, stopped her medicine school and went ...

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How to be a Millionaire in your 20′s

How to be a Millionaire in your 20′s

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com If you think you will only be rich when young marry someone rich or win the lottery, well, not anymore. Below are compiled tips to be a millionaire in your 20s. 1. Avoid common industries These common industries are professions that will require years of studying in a university such as Medicine or Law school. That will cost more money especially on your tuition, and maybe ...

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How To Stick to Your Budget If You’re a Struggling Millennial

How To Stick to Your Budget If You’re a Struggling Millennial

Maria Suzanne Plana | Negosentro.com Most millennials are struggling to save their income because of their ‘keeping up with the trend’ lifestyle. One way to save money is to make a budget. But it is often overlooked by many because, let’s face it, it’s a commitment. Here are some tips on how to stick to your budget, especially if you are a millennial: Make it accessible Write down your budget ...

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Earn and Save Money while Shopping Online

Earn and Save Money while Shopping Online

Maria Suzanne Plana | Negosentro.com Online shopping is tricky, it is so easy and accessible that you cannot help but overspend sometimes. If you are an avid user of online shopping websites, check out Shopback. With this cashback website, you can earn and save money while shopping online. Shopback is a well-known cashback website in countries like Singapore and Malaysia. The website works through the commissions gained from partner online ...

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Now Online: Microinsurance surges in the Philippines

Now Online: Microinsurance surges in the Philippines

Mitzi Ilagan | Negosentro.com According to a study conducted by conducted by the Geneva-based United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) and the Belgian-based Centre on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED), Philippines is one of the most disaster-prone countries when it comes to natural calamities. Because of this, most properties were affected and lives were put to risk. Just as how Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) slashed its way to the ...

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Be productive on a weekend

Be productive on a weekend

by Maria Suzanne Plana | Negosentro.com A whole day of sleeping might sound good on a weekend, not unless if you have a lot of workload under your sleeves. To save yourself some trouble, here are a few tips on how to stay motivated and be productive on a weekend: Wake up early Whether you like it or not, get out of your bed and wake up early. This makes ...

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3 Tips to Help Overcome Holiday Blues

3 Tips to Help Overcome Holiday Blues

by Maria Suzanne Plana | Negosentro.com | It is that time of the year again for sharing laughter, having good food, and singing happy songs of praise. Holidays is the season of joy but it is not all smiles for everyone. In fact, there is this phenomenon called the holiday blues when some people feel gloomier throughout the season due to unrealistic expectations and lack of time for oneself. Here are ...

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5 Steps to Smart Decision-making

5 Steps to Smart Decision-making

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com We make decisions every day, sometimes it does drags us down because we fail or we overthink too much. Here are few tips to weighing your decision-making skills. 1. Stay focused to your endgame The first step to decision-making is to stick to your mission. The best decision is when you are focused on the outcome on what you are achieving. James Simpson from Goldfire Studios ...

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Work Tips From a 25-year old Yuppie to a Fresh Grad

Work Tips From a 25-year old Yuppie to a Fresh Grad

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Congratulations! You made it through the four corners of the classroom, now, it’s time to for you to prepare for the a.k.a “real world.” Here are some of my tips for a fresh grad, I’ve been there, and the “struggle is real.” “Adulting”, this is becoming a dubbed term to growing up. It is not easy, it will be very challenging. You might think that the tough days ...

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Reasons Why You STILL CANNOT Quit your Day Job

Reasons Why You STILL CANNOT Quit your Day Job

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Want to live your dreams and passion? Take note of the red flags below why you still can’t quit your job to pursue your passion. 1. You don’t have enough cash Money is the most important factor to pursuing your passion. And if that passion requires starting a business, you need a lot of pesos to make it stable. You need to enough cash for the ...

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Topics you Should NOT share at Work

Topics you Should NOT share at Work

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com There are limitations of being a socialite at work. Certain topics should not be shared at work. Here things you should to zip your mouth about. 1. Salary Usually during orientation before starting a job, human resource officers makes it clear to new employees to not ask each other’s salary. Some companies are strict with this, it’s even in their company rule book. An admissions counselor at Marymount Manhattan College Samantha ...

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