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3 things men are driven in their lives

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3 things men are driven in their lives.

I remember once reading Steve Harvey’s book “Think like a man, act like a lady”. It’s about love, rekationships, intimacy and commitment.

He says “Men are very simple and that women should understand that they can never be first in a man’s life without understanding and accepting that men are driven by: Who they are, What they do and How much they make”

Steve Harvey dropped his career at Ford with US$ 25,000 salary for his new career.

A day after his resignation, he came to a comedy club and doing stand up for just a $ 24. He made his BUSINESS CARD written Steve Harvey, Stand up comedian. Years to have come. He became someone he had dreamed of, a man of his own passion.

“As a man, we need our name, what we do and how much we make regardless how less it is. At least you need a self-recognition to start a new life”

Herewith I stand on my own passion, starting a professional career as a facilitator of my own legacy called Dinergy.

We help people discover their own potential in making their career path through Social Media & Public Speaking.

And tomorrow is a brand new day for Dinergy, starting its first session of “Indentifying and conquering fear of public speaking”

Our first commercial project of “How to deliver excellent presentation” for a big Brand Activation Corporate. So excited and thrilled.

In God we lay success, through the passion that drives us to get where we want to be.

I don’t care how far I will have on, I’m just gonna enjoy the ride.

Because I agree with one thing that Steve Harvey says too:

“But remember what drives a man; real men do what they have to do to make sure their people are taken care of, clothed, housed and reasonably satisfied, and if they’re doing anything less than that, they can’t be men of their true lives”

Welcoming a new energy; Dinergy.

Bismillahirrahmanirahiim.

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