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Posted 27 January 2006 - 10:22 AM

wow may CD ka na pala ah. galing hehehe

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Posted 27 January 2006 - 10:38 AM

wow ! interesting toh , make money work for me, how? , meron na kasi ako rich dad poor dad book , pero inaantok ako pag binabasa ko , cguro tong board game mas effective sa kin, wer can i try dis for free??

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Posted 27 January 2006 - 10:56 AM

and oh... just to add:

the things RK wrote are applicable in the phils.

Just read Larry Gamboa's "Think Rich Pinoy" ... he explained everything pinoy style ... he is cool and all, except that he NEVER replied to my little "fan mail" ... oh well, i guess i just have to wait for him to send me a fan mail someday then *lol*

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well i trade stocks.. and basically i have employed a technique (which is my secret) to pick the best stocks.. and it works for me.. its not written in any book or in any documentation..just pure trial and error and experience what does it form me..

i actually lost in stock trading after reading the kiyosaki book.. so my suggestion.. DON'T always follow it.. actually the book is just a guide.. kiyosaki says buy speculative stocks..oh yeah right! easier said than done.. then afterwards your money is gone..

kiyosaki says.. buy real estate from the bank..its cheaper.. oh yeah right.. here if you buy an apartment that was foreclosed by the bank the apartment has already been chopped to pieces by the previous tenant.. and you may actually have to shell out a bigger amount to renovate that..

what applies to the US does not apply here in the Philippines.. try to follow everything in kiyosaki book and perhaps you will lose money and learn from your experience.. that is what Kiyosaki is trying to imply..

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Posted 01 February 2006 - 06:12 AM

di ba merong e-game si kiyosaki na cashflow 101. baka naman meron kayo nung program. pa post naman para malaro namin tnx :cool:

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Posted 04 February 2006 - 09:54 AM

wala ako CD ng e-game niya

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Posted 08 February 2006 - 10:52 PM

may alam ba kayong nabibilhan ng cash flow 101 ni robert kiyosaki dito sa pinas at kung magkano yun?...
you can pm me for details or you can post it here...tnx :D

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 12:11 PM

would you start ur own business or franchise?

whats the best business to have w/ this amount of money?

me and my sister are planning to put up a business. tig 500k kami pero till now ala pa kami maisip and we are also considering na ang economic situation natin medyo di maganda.

tama na ba ang 1M para mag simula?

i hope yun mga experienced na sa gantonmg situation makapag bigay ng advice.

thanks!!

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Posted 01 March 2006 - 04:09 PM

i hope you succeed in whatever endeavor you plan to get into.

in times of economic uncertainties, it is best to start a business that will satisfy the basic needs-- food, clothing, transportation, etc. dealing in luxury items will not give a good turnover unless these items are also necessities.

as to the initial capital of one million, this depends. for example, if you plan to open a soft ice cream stand in front of an area where there is enough people traffic like in front of an ecozone exit for instance, your invested & working capital will probably be a on the vicinity of a quarter of a million.
if you want to open a clothing store in a mall you will probably need more than double that. if you want to go into transporting office workers you may need to buy a van for more than a million if brand new.

you also have to consider competition. try thinking of a unique product or service that has not yet been offered by others so that you can price to sell at your convenience.

you can opt to franchise or you could start on your own. franchises are more or less surefire ventures but could cost more than the million you initially are considering.

starting on your own would require anything from P50k upwards depending on the kind of venture but would need a great deal of luck & hard work on your part. there are of course unlimited options to success but the key is to start small for manageability and always improve and/or innovate on what you do.

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Posted 01 March 2006 - 05:02 PM

Franchise for only P15,000. burger stand,dimsums,waffles,pack rice,hotdog stand,shawarma and many more. Package includes trainings,uniform stall.initial inventory. And best of all YUNG SISTEMA.

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Posted 01 March 2006 - 05:24 PM

Franchise for only P15,000. burger stand,dimsums,waffles,pack rice,hotdog stand,shawarma and many more. Package includes trainings,uniform stall.initial inventory. And best of all YUNG SISTEMA.

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interesting. i heard about this and i wanna try this out.

1M is a big investment. and with the economy, i think it would be best to start small first.
that way, if things go wrong ( not being negative, just realistic ), your money out is too small to even say 'sayang'

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Posted 01 March 2006 - 05:49 PM

Franchise for only P15,000. burger stand,dimsums,waffles,pack rice,hotdog stand,shawarma and many more. Package includes trainings,uniform stall.initial inventory. And best of all YUNG SISTEMA.

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nga pala email me at info@acquastation.ws for more info.

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Posted 02 March 2006 - 05:18 AM

i think the best is nga yung franchise kasi they already have their own system. and di mo kelangan ng 1M kasi alam ko yung franchise ng Zagu around 100k kasama na ata yung mga gamit dun...

and if you want you can start your own water refilling stataion...

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Posted 02 March 2006 - 02:51 PM

bembrat well said!! thanks! im still thinking of buying from outside the PI and sell it here. sa ghills! we are planning to got to china to buy RTW then sell it here. hhmmm pag walang pera ang laki ng problema pag may pera problema pa din. hehehe

thnks thrall, lady mariko and coldfussion.

food business?? im still thinking about this one. but my sister is thinking about clothes eh, well we are still in the process of planning mahirap naman mag invest ka agad sa negosyo na di pinag planuhan.

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Posted 02 March 2006 - 05:10 PM

(I have a vision :) )

If you prefer not to bother administering for 6 days a week, try nga buying franchises like:
Food - Andok's, Julie's Bakeshop, Scott,...
Non-food - Ink Man, Netopia (12 computers lang muna), Ricky Reyes Salon(?), Lavandera Ko

Pero kung into the challenge of building and growing an owned business, I prefer siyempre yung gamay na gamay.
1) Put up a cooperative - invite members na tig-100k ang share. The nature of the cooperative will accord to you and your members expertise.
2) Sole-proprietorship. Hire freshly grad professionals. (cheap labor pero 'professionals').

Meron din mga simple kahit hindi gamay pero malakihan ang pera kung nakuha ang sistema like:
1) Bottling/Distribution - Asia Brewery, San Miguel, Coke, Pop
2) Pwesto sa Palengke (gulay, isda, baboy, beef, manok)

Lahat ng yan pwedeng pumatok basta tamang lugar (Market Location) at ok ang supply ng products/service.

I suggest dun sa katabi ng SM North may ginagawang Mall ng MRT. Kuha kayo ng lugar at magtayo ng business na patok sa bumabyahe ng malayuan (at foreigners) na hindi na kailangang tumawid sa kabila (SM) para bumili. Bottled water, snacks, E-load, payphone service,...

Maganda rin magtayo ng Association ng PUV para sa mga commuters na North-bound. Mag-invite kayo ng mga interested parties. Gamitin niyo 1M as assurance to pay para makapag-loan ng 5-7 units ng FX o Corolla. Tapos i-merge niyo kung pwede yung association na nage-exist dun sa West Ave corner EDSA. Wala rin silang magagawa kasi mawawala na sila dahil meron nang bagong pwesto at yung tinitirikan nila ay mahal ang lease kumpara sa MRT Mall station, wala rin silang budget na makapag-lipat dahil on-going ang procedures (tumatakbo ang pera) at ang mutrity ng lease, unless merong ipon ang association na mukhang malabo.

Unahan lang yan. Palabasin muna North-bound traffic ang biyahe, na eventually magiging everywhere North.

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Posted 02 March 2006 - 11:03 PM

that is the good thing about getting a franchise...
kelangan lang attend ka ng mga seminar nila tapos kung ok sayo bili kayo ng franchise nila...
you don't really need to plan pag franchise ang kukunin nyo...
tapos di nyo na din kelangan gumawa ng feasibility studies kasi ginawa na yun ng mag start yung bussiness nila...

balitaan mo na lang kami kung ano magiging business nyo ng sister mo... malay mo bumisita kami dun tapos hingi kami ng discount sayo :D :thumbsupsmiley:

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Posted 03 March 2006 - 02:53 PM

maganda sa franchise SISTEMA ang binibili!!

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Posted 03 March 2006 - 03:15 PM

bembrat well said!! thanks! im still thinking of buying from outside the PI and sell it here. sa ghills! we are planning to go to china to buy RTW then sell it here. hhmmm pag walang pera ang laki ng problema pag may pera problema pa din. hehehe

thnks thrall, lady mariko and coldfussion.

food business?? im still thinking about this one. but my sister is thinking about clothes eh, well we are  still in the process of planning mahirap naman mag invest ka agad sa negosyo na di pinag planuhan.

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YES!!! Great post, bembrat!! I'm sure you changed the perspective of many, especially me! I was always an advocate of "Business = Sugal", which is why I never ventured into taking that FIRST step.

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Posted 04 March 2006 - 04:46 PM

WOW whata bright ideas i got from you guys!!! sige ill tell my sister about this. pero di ko sabhin na sa MTC ko nalaman hehehe. baka ma curious eh pumunta dito.

salamat ng marami!

i hope some other guys here will give ideas din

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Posted 04 March 2006 - 04:51 PM

nope mag ma migrate na lang ako sa canada hehehe. gagamitin ko syang show money at pocket money na rin.

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Posted 06 March 2006 - 08:23 AM

Kahit san ka sa mundo importante winning attitude.




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