[vc_row type=”in_container” scene_position=”center” text_color=”dark” text_align=”left” overlay_strength=”0.3″][vc_column column_padding=”no-extra-padding” column_padding_position=”all” background_color_opacity=”1″ background_hover_color_opacity=”1″ width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]We often have doubts about a business person, a company or any entity that is in debt. It is as if being in debt automatically means that you have made some wrong choices and thus should be judged.

This is a topic very close to my heart, and I want to take some time to share with you some wisdom I have gained over the years. Yes, I was in a lot of debt at one point, and it was a difficult process. Nevertheless, I strongly believe that I was in debt because I chose to do the moral thing, and I do not regret it one bit.

Here is the story:

I was in the business of direct sales for more than 20 years when I lost faith in it, and left it behind to start a conventional business. In the first year of my new venture, many were supportive of me— 28 people invested into my business. I received RM55,000 from each of them in terms of capital investment, making a total of more than RM1 million.

Unfortunately, the new venture soon ran into problems—the supplier of the product I was selling decided to also supply to another company, putting me at great loss. A brand that I worked hard to build from scratch was suddenly taken away from me, and I was betrayed. There was no way I could continue the business anymore.

In the midst of this crisis, I decided that the only way for me to get back on my feet is to go back to what I am familiar with—direct sales. With that decision, I proceeded to inform all of my investors that my new business venture has officially ended, and returned all of their investment funds. That was the reason I was indebted.

But here is the nugget of wisdom: so what if I was in debt? I was at peace, and I knew I had a long way to go in life. I was in debt because I wanted to make sure that I could keep my head held high in front of people. Being indebted was the best possible decision I could make at that point, and I know I did the right thing. I had to be responsible for all those people who trusted in me.

I am no longer in debt now, and my valuable experiences in the past only serves as lessons for me to run Mon Space better.

Today I want to encourage everyone who is reading this post: do not be the person that sees flaws in everything. The more you actively try to seek out problems in what you do, the more you obstruct yourself from moving forward. Keep pushing, keep moving; do not let your financial crises or your debts discourage you. Keep your chin up, and know that as long as you are willing to take your problems head on, there is always hope on the other side.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column column_padding=”no-extra-padding” column_padding_position=”all” background_color_opacity=”1″ background_hover_color_opacity=”1″ width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]

各位朋友,别因为一次失败而放弃筑梦

许多人对于负债的人都有一个疑问:此人一定是做错了什么决定才会陷入如今困境。

我对”负债“这个课题感触良多,我想跟大家分享我的经验,希望对陷入瓶颈的朋友,有所帮助。

如果你问我,我为何负债呢?是因为我当时是做传统生意的,我做了二十几年的直销,我对直销已经完全失去了信心,于是我告诉自己,我不要做直销了,我转行做传统生意。

我转做传统生意时,有很多人支持我,大概有28为投资者投资我的传统生意,我大概收了投资者每人五万五千的资金,大概就有一百多万。

我在8月着手传统生意后发现,我遇上了瓶颈,我发现我的产品被供应商,擅自的卖给其他的公司,这个也就意味着,我幸苦从零到有打造的品牌一瞬间成为泡影。

我当时在想,我若要翻身,我还有什么方式呢?我知道唯一的解决途径就是,回去老本行——我做了二十几年的直销行业。

我跟我的投资者说,我没办法继续这一项投资项目了,于是我将所有投资者的本金都还给他们。

我是因为这样的情况负债。那负债又如何呢?我很坦然、我很理直气壮。我的负债是因为我的责任,我的负债是因为我要站在人前时是昂首挺胸的。

各位朋友,不要为每一件事找问题,这样只会为你自己扣分。而且,越多的问题,只能阻止你前进,它没有办法让你有能量的去前进。

我现在不在负债了,也因为拥有这样的经验,我才能吸取教训,让自己更有能量去发展Mon Space集团。

各位朋友,用心的去体会吧,只有用心,你才能体悟到人生的真谛。[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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