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DTI Bulacan Business Forum

by Rudolf Z. Gado


Many of us are business enthusiast and we are dreaming to attend a business seminar under Mr. Chinkee Tan, a very prominent but 

expensive motivator/speaker who can really drive you to push your limit into the business world.

The excitement was there when we are invited to attend the Bulacan Business Forum and a seminar entitled “Success Principles of an Entrepreneurial Mind”. Last April 27, 2016 we were luckily invited by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) at the Pavilion, Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center Provincial Capitol Compound, Brgy. Guinhawa, City of Malolos, Bulacan.

After all the messages during the program, I was impressed with the audio video presentation as part of the resource speaker’s introduction. The moment that we are waiting for’ are yet to come true, yes our resource speaker for that day is no other than Mr. Chinkee Tan himself.

According to Mr. Chinkee Tan we Filipinos are raise with wrong perceptions, we believes in so many traditions and beliefs that hindrance our success. He said that our parents and elders raised us with fears and they inculcate to our mind not to go beyond our boundaries because we might fail. He tells us that we Filipino go to college just to be employed after graduation, unlike the Chinese people they go to college so that after graduation they will manage their family business or putting up their own business.

Some of the best Filipino characters are being resourceful, creative and innovative and this is what a true businessman must be possessed. All we have to do is to be brave enough to face our greatest fear which is failure. In a very positive way failure is the door for success, because the moment that we fail we learn, because what matter most is not how many times that you failed but how many times that you stand. You have to deal with your failures by using all your learning and the door for success will widely open to you.

The question is “when are you going to start your own business?” 

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