*papunta pa lang tayo sa exciting part.”*
Heard of this line?
Yes, maraming struggles sa work, family, and finances.
Sad, but that’s our reality, regardless if you’re rich or poor, single or married.
Trials and challenges will always be there but that should not make us throw in the towel.
Better days are ahead.
The best things are yet to come.
Sometimes we need to fight through bad days to earn the best days of our lives.
Our rock bottom can be used as a solid foundation to rebuild our lives.
Be strong and remain patient.
Just like Myles.
She used to work as a food and beverage supervisor, administrative officer, call center agent, and call center supervisor.
She hated the struggles and hassles of commuting to work every day.
She shifted into freelance VA and loves it.
It was not an easy freelancing journey, like others, there were several setbacks like power interruption, internet issues, and noisy neighbors.
She also faced and endured several rejections.
But she didn’t give up.
She chose to work even harder and learn more.
She is now earning Php 50,000-60,000 a month from her client of four years and a recent part-time client.
Age and setbacks didn’t stop her from learning and upgrading her skills.
She really adheres to the adage “learning is a never-ending process.”
Her hard work, patience, and determination led to her success.
Join us in our JasSuccess, on Wednesday, November 23, 2022, at 2:30 PM.
See you then!