The Life of Dax


Dax Alejandro is an Actor, Physique Trainer, Life and Spiritual Mentor, and Life Speaker. But there is more from his life…

Madami na syang pinagdaanan bago nya maabot ang estado na ito. Simula 17yrs pa lamang sya, nag trabaho na sya bilang isang messenger. Habang sya ay nagtatrabaho, hinimuk sya ng mga kaibigan nya na subukin ang pag aartista.

Sa kabutihang palad, may mga nakakita sa kanyang potential sa larangan ng pag arte. Nag teatro sya, lumabas sa telebisyon, nag karoon ng ibat ibang commercials at nag bida ma rin sa mga indie films.

Ngunit sa kabila ng mga ito, mas pinili nya na lumiban sa pag aartista. Naging humble sya at pinakita nya ang pagiging totoo. Inilaan nya ang kanyang talento sa pagiging Life & Spiritual mentor.

Mas pinili nya na mapalapit sa tao at tumulong gamit ang kanyang talento. Ipamahagi ang kanyang mga nalalaman at mag inspire. Sya ang itinuturing na lucky charm ng mga taong nakaka trabaho at nakaka salimuha nya.

Ngayon ay isang napakagaling leader at top earner sa isang newcomer na negosyo sa larangan ng networking. In fact, he is the Top 2 earner ng na kompanya. Subaybayan natin sya at maiinspire kayo sa kanya.



Super-important habit of successful people like Bill Gates demonstrated even as a kid


In a recent Forbes interview, Bill Gates’ dad reveals what the Microsoft billionaire was like growing up.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the young Gates was an extreme bookworm:

Just about every kind of book interested him — encyclopedias, science fiction, you name it. I was thrilled that my child was such an avid reader, but he read so much that Bill’s mother and I had to institute a rule: no books at the dinner table.

That Gates loved to read as a kid is hardly surprising. Today, his personal blog “GatesNotes” features upwards of 150 book recommendations for everything from scientific histories to novels.

Among the world’s richest and most successful people, a passion for books and for lifelong learning is hardly uncommon. Author and self-made millionaire Steve Siebold has interviewed more than 1,200 of the world’s wealthiest people over the past three decades and has noted that reading for self-education is a common thread among them.

Investing legend Warren Buffett reportedly spends about 80% of his day reading, and continues to include book recommendations in his annual shareholder letters.

In 2015, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg resolved to read a book every two weeks, and even started a book club called “A Year of Books” so that he could discuss those books with the Facebook community.

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey selects a book every month for readers to discuss online as part of “Oprah’s Book Club 2.0,” and when tech billionaire Elon Musk is asked how he learned to build rockets, he reportedly answers, “I read books.”

Experts say reading is crucial for anyone in a leadership position. Writing in The Harvard Business Review, author John Coleman argues that reading can make you a better communicator and more empathetic.

Meanwhile, Scotty McLennan, a lecturer in political economy at Stanford Graduate School of Business, suggests that novels can boost leadership skills by showing readers reality in a way that case studies and business books can’t.

Obviously, there’s no one secret to becoming wildly successful. But a weekly trip to your local library is an almost surefire way to increase your knowledge and your effectiveness in business settings.