The Power of Change, Chinkee Tan’s seminar is happening this Saturday, January 31! This seminar cost at a small fee of P599+VAT.
BUT — I’m going to be sponsoring 2 attendees to attend this seminar for FREE! Here’s what we need to do:
1. You are you reading this and we’re not really personally acquainted (yet), you’re qualified. :D
2. Send me an email to arnold.gamboa[@]gmail[dot]com and let me know why you need to attend this seminar.
I’ll be sending back an email invitation to you if you are chosen. (If you’re not chosen, that doesn’t mean that your reason is not good enough. It is because I can only sponsor 2)
So, there. if you want to attend this seminar for free, send me an email now.
How we embrace ‘change’ makes a the difference. Change is inevitable; it is also powerful that it can make or break you. But, you have the power to deal and adapt with change the right way. Instead of facing change with fear, welcome it as an opportunity to expand yourself, and to move from being stagnant to vibrant.
Join The POWER OF CHANGE by Chinkee Tan. He will walk with you and help you understand the process of change. He will also show you that there is so much power in change that if you’ll learn to embrace it, you will progress, find new perspective, and experience breakthroughs-your life will never be the same again.
Get inspired, renewed, and empowered as you unfold the exciting yet amazing process of CHANGE! Sign up today for The Power of Change on January 31, 2015, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Holiday Inn and Suites, Ayala Center, Makati City.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost. But I received mercy for this reason, that in me, as the foremost, Jesus Christ might display his perfect patience as an example to those who were to believe in him for eternal life.
-Apostle Paul (1 Tim. 1:15,16), and quite honestly, this applies to me and if you’re a follower of Jesus, to you, too.
Watching this video, I felt really bad. No, I felt guilty. With the line of beautiful places shown here, I probably visited and/or experienced only about 2 or 3. Not good especially if I live in the Philippines and is a Filipino.
Nonetheless, if you’re thinking about visiting a country this year, have the Philippines as part of your list. It’s one awesome place you’d surely enjoy. Watch this video and feel the excitement:
“There’s is a difference between optimism and hope. Optimism says ‘It’s all good, it’s all good, it’s all good’. Is it really all good? Maybe not. Hope says, ‘Yes, it’s bad. But I still trust God.’ Optimism is psychological. Hope is theological. -Rick Warren