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Am I Sharing FanBox Which Is A Scam?
November 15, 2012. I started re-sharing FanBox again via flyers which says “I’m willing to help you start an online livelihood”. For some of the new people they are amaze to the message which they know this kind of opportunity exist but they don’t just know how to start. I got positive feedback from those flyers which few responded. Within those flyers, I put a value of my services averaging $60(Php 2500) for helping them to set up their own account into full 100% completion here in FanBox for 10-15days. I explain that the amount I’m charging them is fair enough for my travel, load and coffee assessing them for full hands on services.
For me! This is the most effective way to discern people with interest to do the FanBox opportunity or not . Otherwise, if you don’t do this kind. You will end up with the people who are just wasting your time effort and money. As they always say “charge to experience”.
Just five days from that helping activity when some good friend came to approach me and asking for the conformity of this site. If FanBox is a scam or not. I ask; why you ask that? And she said. “I got an info that you are campaigning scam company in town” which she referring to FanBox. I feel sad to hear feedback that came from old friend which I’m use to help before. Sometime, when people cannot use you anymore or suck you for their goodness, they began to damage you at your back. The irony of friendship.
I just keep myself cool and quit as I begun to hold my temper and voice so that people within that restaurant cannot be disturb. Of course I don’t want to be next AMALAYER Star (Thanks to AMALAYER Lesson). So what happen is, I try to explain that FanBox is a real site and just starting to improve everything within the system. I witness how this site grows way back 2007 till our current time. It’s true that you can read some scam issue about the site but when you look at date of publication among those articles online. It’s the old issue wherein FanBox struggle before in building the site. Today is a different story, the beginning of the new opportunity. I said:
To satisfy her curiosity, I decided to show sample of cash out via bank;(Image below)!
I was able to break noise thru that image above and silent hold us for few moment. Then I told her, a person commits mistakes, companies too. Let’s not judge someone to their error/failure in life. Let’s look into positive perspective and their dedication to support life through their endeavor
Last month May 19, 2012. I was invited by a good friend Dean who is use to do blogging and an online selling as his family business. I was delighted by the young speakers who use share their passion of blogging and sharing their experience in the online world. I was amazed to find out that online industry is a huge multi-billion dollar industry which is still un top by most of our current population because of the mind setting of our traditional education system that only secured job is located in employment industry.
As a new innovation of technologies in our current world, our population had embraced every technology that comes out. I’m referring to mobile gadgets and computers as well as the innovated technology programs that allow people to earn online. My mind is flying when I attended the conference, new various ideas popping up in my mind knowing the feasibility of online opportunities. I wish I got all the name of those great young speakers so I can share with you so you can have the ability to explore their passion online too.
The conference is great, they introduce and talk about Facebook, Google plus, Twitter, Foursquare, online selling, Blogspot.com, Adwords, AdSense, WordPress.com, Amazon, Ebay, Buyandsell.com, Ayusdito.com, Sulit.com, Alexia.com, Friendster, YouTube, Online Trading, and so many others stuff about onlines. I’m just so curious about the end of the seminars. I didn’t hear from any speaker’s mentioning about “FanBox” yet they almost mention huge numbers of social site?
Should I say that they don’t discover yet about FanBox? The answer is “Yes”. Even Coach Dean who invited me in this event is un aware of the existence of FanBox until I ask him once to have a glance if my discovery of FanBox is good or not. After few days, I’m happy to hear from him saying that the site is cool and wonderful.
Now, should I say that we are far lucky who are in FanBox this time? The big answer is yes. Out of billions population across the globe! who are struggling for a Job. We are among the few who joined the FanBoxRevolution. The New eras of Technology that soon help a millions of people live.
Few things I learn from those great bloggers.
1. 1* Built Your Identity Online: He suggested that you should only use one name one photo in every profile you made in Twitter, Facebook, BlogSpot or WordPress, youtube. I would add “FanBox” then. Reason, you’re be easily located or searchable online when people want to connect with you.
2. 2* Blog your passion, meaning what you love to do such as foods, travel, stories, ideas or something that you are good at so that when your visitors ask you, you know how to handles the quarries of your blog post.
3. 3* Be watch out of what you post online to avoid a misconduct and wrong information.
4. 4* As much as possible, be original to your article not just a copy and paste without giving credit to your own source.
As I end this post, I want to thanks Mr. Dean Cuanso the owner of Watwatworld.com, to the organizers of the Cordillera Bloggers Conference. The great young speakers of the said event. The Sponsors of this event as fallow; Smart Communication, Sun Cellular, Uni Lab, Jumps Store, Azalea.com and the rest of the sponsors.
Ignoring your success coach?
Ignoring your success coach is like ignoring your success to learn and get fast progress in your FanBox account. You lost the opportunity being guided by someone who has already ahead of you learning the system of FanBox. You don't pay your coach, they are free of charge being given by the system to teach and guide you for your own progress. You can ask them questions about FanBox so they can guide you well. Just be polite in communicating with them as simple courtesy of helping you. They don't bite nor eat you so you are free to ask.If the Coach introduce him/her self, try to respond by introducing your name, your location, your job, hobbies and other interest
LORNA: An Igorota Coral of young professionals in Thailand:
by Abel C.
HERE's an article written: t'was long time ago.. but i though of sharing it here as well..
“I don’t necessarily need to hold a position to lead,” she said. She’s known in Bangkok for her small yet fruitful efforts in helping some Filipino community organizations in Thailand. She arrived in Thailand in 2007 after living for six straight years in Cambodia. Half of her first year in Thailand was spent in involving herself to various community programs. She was first introduced to the Filipino community by the wife of the Philippine Ambassador to Thailand Mr. Antonio Rodriguez. And in just a very short span of time, her accomplishments in the Filipino community are truly remarkable.
In December 2007, she was introduced to various organizations like the United Filipinos in Thailand (UFT), Philippine Ladies Group (PLG), and Association of Filipinos in Thailand (AFT), Association of Cordillerans in Thailand (ACT), Filipino Educators Council (FEC) and Siam Pinoy Aperture Society (SPAS). Much of her voluntary time and unselfish effort was devoted to some known Filipino organizations like the Philippine Ladies Group (PLG), the only Filipino organization registered as a charitable institution in Thailand, having elected as the program officer; the Association of Cordillerans in Thailand (ACT) as an active member; the Filipino Educators Council (FEC) being one of the council members of the core group; and the Siam Pinoy Aperture Society (SPAS) as the group’s treasurer.
“My involvement with the Filipino community in Thailand is motivated with my goal in helping those who are in need. I joined the Philippine Ladies Group because I wanted to reach out with the orphanages in Thailand. With the Association of Cordillerans in Thailand, it is my wish to help my fellow Cordillerans to be more exposed in various activities to help boost their self confidence. My part of share with the Filipino Educators Council came into view because I was and still am a teacher. I worked as a kindergarten teacher in an International school in Cambodia as well. Finally, my hobby is into photography thus my active participation with Siam Pinoy Aperture Society,” she explained enthusiastically.
This huge involvement with “politics” is worth it, and her time and effort with the various organizations are her “precious moments” as she described it. She always set her priorities in order to equally respond to her responsibilities. A few of her accomplishments are credited with her contributions with the “Summer Dance” charity program with PLG; by helping in purchasing native gongs for the first year anniversary of ACT and by facilitating its recognition with the Philippine Embassy; by helping in organizing the Thai Culture training which happened to be the very first meeting of a very big number of Filipino teachers through the FEC; and by allowing her photos exhibited during the Philippine Independence Day with the SPAS and AFT to name a few.
Real success is not an easy thing to achieve and indeed her accomplishments were coupled with challenges. But the challenges paved way to a better understanding of her strengths and weaknesses. She became stronger and more mature in dealing with other sorts of people. She learned to embrace more positive “aura” rather than crying over failures.
This development of her personality was due to her devotion in helping street children in Cambodia for five years. Remarkably, her singing and teaching career in the place gave her the opportunity to establish her charitable connections which provided her the access to help street children and children with AIDS by visiting them every Sunday and providing them with basic necessities of life. In fact, she spent her December holidays distributing food and clothes to orphans.
“The dire situation I saw and experienced with the street children in Cambodia made me realized what ‘poor’ exactly means. People in well to do countries who described themselves ‘poor’ should think twice. To me, being ‘poor’ are people especially young children who have nothing to eat, no clothes, no parents and no place which they call home. I exactly remember joining a group of photographers in Cambodia and we worked with the UNICEF to document the poor situation of the street children. I was truly inspired by a young girl who was taken advantage of by her own father. Despite the problem she’s into, she continued to struggle earning money for her family and for her young siblings by selling whatever things she think could bring food on the table. I saw the courage in her. I became more open and patient, and showed more appreciation to other people’s lives. Every time problem occurs, I just have to remind myself of the story of this 7 year old girl and that gives me the courage to deal with even the most serious problems. She became my inspiration. She is now being taken cared of by the government and it’s very heartwarming to know that she’s in a better living condition,” she divulged.
Her contributions in Cambodia and in Thailand placed her in a position in giving some useful tips to her fellow young professionals who desire to help others. She strongly advised them to set their objectives in a given time.
“All should be time bound. This helps you in prioritizing the WHAT and WHEN of whatever you wish to do. Second, always be yourself and be honest. I hate those who are hypocrites and those who still have the “crab mentality” thinking. I described myself as a “dragon” in terms of my strengths. I am a very kind person and friends tell me that I am easily trusting and emotional but if someone bites me, I burn them. Third, do not expect anything in return. When you help, you help. It doesn’t mean that when you are helping, people will automatically like you. It is difficult to please people. Pleasing people is not an easy task so better stop pleasing them and do what you have to do. Finally, always stay diplomatic, neutral and open. You are always on top of your game when you avoid having enemies. It is always nice to weigh things properly before judging others.”
Something that makes her special to a few people is her values towards friendship and trust. To her friendship is literally through thick and thin. She regards her friends more than her brothers and sisters. Thus it’s not a joke when she utters the word “friend” for she believes that it is a deep camaraderie founded by trust.
“I always tell the words ‘trust me’ to people because when I was given the responsibility and the task to do something, I always make sure to bring the bacon home with me. And my friends understand this value very well. If they can’t trust me then there’s no reason to continue the friendship. I never doubt my friends as well. I will definitely fight for them and so I always expect them to be very supportive and honest at the same time in return.”
To date, she is busy with her hobby in photography. Recently, she made her first solo portfolio called “Lotus” and now aims to come up with more of her crafts of nature, flower and animal themes. Thanks to Michel, who actually gives her the highest form of inspiration and moral support. And in the future, she hopes to have her own business and she sees herself still involved with charity programs.
“….and I’m Lorna Coral, 32 years old and a proud Igorota in Thailand,” she finally said with her brightest smile...."
She a good friend who are in Australia working in some fashion industry but remain helpful to work those who are in need.Where ever you are now, we wish you having a good life and be blessed more so may continually shine on
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