Showing posts from April, 2012

What is the Big Shift?

You may have probably seen "vague" posts from a page called "The Big Shift." Vague in a sense that you really can't determine exactly what The Big Shift is and what it stands for. For me, it's all about empowering people to move forward and take action. That's it. We share those photos, business articles, personal development quotes and videos for people to see that they can create a better situation from what they are currently in. They can shift. And it all starts with the right mindset and sound ideas which can spark their entrepreneurial spirit or hunger for success. 
 To quote the first few lines from our charter:
The Heart of Who We Are We shift the context and substance of people's lives and business. We transform everything including oneself
We lead and educate people to focus only on the essentials, the core of what makes people achieve extraordinary results.   The Big Shift goes beyond knowing the how-to's of business. It's about c…

Choosing to be Healthy, the Right Way

For as long as I can remember, I've always been this chubby little girl who eventually became an overweight adult. Friends may think otherwise, but I grew up to be a very insecure girl because of my weight. After several declarations that I can lose weight, I finally shed off the “baby fat” in college. I chose to be active. I exercised at least 5 times a week and I ate less to the point of starving myself at times. My baon in college was only enough for transpo, school materials and occasional splurges on food so being on a “diet” was the most convenient thing to do. I educated myself about terms related to weight loss- calories, types of exercise, fad diets. I even tried some of these fad diets. It was a success. After more than a year of vigorous exercise and dieting, the 185-pound teenager became a slender 120-pound woman.

Despite that weight-loss success, I still felt insecure. I felt that I still had something to prove and that it was never good enough. I always …