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Are you a Villain or a Hero?


In my journey to life I realize that heroes contribute a great deal in a person’s success. And I’m not talking about the heroes who gave our country freedom. I’m talking about the respective hero that each person looks up to.

In my case, my heroes range from great business people like Robert Kiyosaki, Warren Buffet; Motivational speakers, Robin Sharma, Bo Sanchez, Jack Canfield, Robert Allen; Marketing and Sales Experts, Seth Godin, Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy; and many others.

In addition to that, I also have business heroes that I personally meet. They are my wedding God-fathers Mr. Larry Kilayko and Mr. Henry Gualberto. Both men inspired me to start becoming an entrepreneur and soon become a local multi-millionaire just like them. If not for their supportive words, I would not have taken this path at all.

Our own heroes play such crucial influence in our lives. If our own set of heroes are the “wrong” kind of people then our future is very clouded.

A very good example of this are the kids at the slums. They grow up to be irresponsible people because at an early age they look up to the wrong set of heroes. Although not every kid from the slums turn out bad, but the most common result is what I mentioned above.

So go look for the great heroes in your life. Better yet, look for a mentor. Heroes will only inspire you but a mentor will actually be there to correct you and guide you on your way to success. (Let’s talk about this more in the future)

Well, see you in my next post.

Live your life to the fullest.

Jake Bere

One day let us all become great heroes for the next generation to come. And that starts with your family. Be a hero in your family and you’re a hero for life.

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