Friday, March 22, 2019

"Dare To Follow Your Dreams "


I was browsing around 
looking for "Dream chasers",

Then I found this little village boy chasing a World Record Dream.

Kevin “The Silencer” Belingon has thrived as one of the most exciting bantamweight warriors to have ever stepped inside the ONE Championship cage.
Since making his promotional debut in March 2012, the bright lights, the big crowds, and the television cameras have not seemed to faze the 30-year-old veteran. With his hard-hitting style, he constantly gives crowds something to cheer about.
Getting used to the spotlight is never easy, and growing up amidst the forests and the hills in the Filipino village of Kiangan did not really prepare him for it. But what brought him to this point was a burning desire to reach the pinnacle of martial arts, and that has been cultivated by the trials he had to overcome in this environment.

A Much Simpler Time

Friends, family, and nature – these were all well at hand during his younger years.
“My life was like an adventure because I used to hang out with my friends, and we would always go fishing, hunting, and swimming at the river banks every weekend,” Belingon recalls. “Sometimes, I would help my father in the rice field.”
Belingon was introduced to the traditional wrestling style of bultong at an early age, as this was the game of choice of the kids in the area.
While younger martial artists from the Philippines nowadays are inspired by the rise of Manny Pacquiao, Belingon grew up during a time when information was not as easily accessible. Even if it were, he may have been more likely to be inspired by the Filipino boxing greats of his youth, like Luisito Espinosa, Dodie Boy Penalosa, and Rolando Navarette.
Instead, his hero was another cultural icon.
“I used to watch all the Bruce Lee movies when I was a kid, and he inspired me so much that every time I played bultong with my friends, I would always try what Bruce was doing in his movies,” he says.
The simple province life is not without its dangers, however.
The vast forest area of his hometown was a safe haven for bandits and militants, and clashes with the military were frequent.
At age four, Belingon survived one of these clashestogether with his family. It was a pivotal moment in his life that helped fuel his desire to pursue martial arts, and use his voice for the greater good.

Investing In Dual Treasures

While martial arts was a hobby growing up, it became a passion by his college years. At 17, Belingon found wushu in Baguio City. He was guided by a man named Mark Sangiao, and “The Silencer” would later become a key member in Sangiao’s Team Lakay, one of the best stables in the Philippines.
One of Belingon’s goals ever since his childhood was to rise up the ranks in order to become an inspiration that his compatriots can rally behind, the definition of a common hero.
However, this was not always the end goal for him. He trained hard to hone his martial arts skills, all while studying to complete his degree in Criminology at the University Of The Cordilleras.
“My ambition was to become a police officer, so I went to a university. But after graduating and passing the board examination, I pursued my martial arts career,” he explains. “I came from a place where few people went to university, so for me, education is a treasure that is never lost. It is the same with martial arts because I always have them forever.”

Making It To The Global Stage

After turning professional in 2007, Belingon tore through the competition put before him, amassing an impressive 9-0 record over four years.
ONE recognized his potential, and in 2012, he made his debut in the promotion against leg lock legend Masakazu Imanari. The Japanese icon lived up to his moniker, submitting the Filipino in the opening round via heel hook.
Belingon would fail to redeem himself in his next bout, as he lost by unanimous decision against Korean contender Soo Chul Kim, who went on to become the inaugural ONE World Bantamweight Champion two months later.

These losses did not discourage him, however. “The Silencer” avenged himself with back-to-back stoppages against Yusup “Maestro” Saadulaev, and “Aladdin” Than Vu of Australia. And after scoring a huge victory against former contender Koetsu Okazaki in December 2014, he was granted an opportunity to challenge for the world championship against current kingpin Bibiano “The Flash” Fernandes.
Unfortunately for Belingon, the Brazilian immediately grounded him, and forced him to submit via kimura with barely a minute left in the opening round.
“It felt awful to lose like that, after all the hard work I had put in to reaching that point. I made some crucial mistakes,” Belingon admits. “After the bout, there was nothing I wanted more than to get right back in there with him, and do things differently.”

The Road To Redemption

Following his loss, Belingon became obsessed with getting a second crack at the ONE Bantamweight World Championship, and he has been putting in the work to achieve that.
The Filipino started his climb back to the top of the contenders’ ladder with a unanimous decision victory over Muin Gafurov in October 2016. He followed it up with a pair of explosive first round stoppages of former world title contenders Toni Tauru, and Reece McLaren in 2017, before capping the year off with a unanimous decision win against Kevin Chung.
Belingon now finds himself on a four-bout win streak, and was recognized as one of the top Warriors of the Year in 2017.
“The title is within reach, I can see the path clearly. I have to keep winning,” he says. “After winning four straight, I know every victory from here will bring me closer to my goal. I am ready for the title, but I will beat whoever ONE Championship puts in front of me.”
On Friday, April 20, the main event of ONE: HEROES OF HONOR will feature Belingon facing off with another former world title challenger in Andrew Leone, and a victory could be the final push the Filipino needs to be granted a second championship opportunity at Fernandes.
“The Silencer” has worked his whole life for moments like these. The boy who grew up in the small village is now a man who thrives under the bright lights of the cage, driven by the trials he overcame.
“I never want anyone else to go through what I did. If my position in martial arts can help bring my people closer together, then I will continue to fight for my country, and to fight for our future,” he states.
“When the lights go out and the cage door closes, I am back where I belong. Fans will not be disappointed.”

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Teens Dreams: young adult's shortcut to start experiencing ideal life

Has Ageing Affect your dreams? "Lol" "yeah I know Its not polite to laugh about peoples shattered dreams or better still their teenage fantasy"

Do I have to tell my funny story too?... "Okey.."

Have you seen a guy that really don't easily get upset? "Yeah am one" There are times some of my friends felt they would give anything to see me burst in anger.

What they didn't know was that there are just one or probably two things that could make me flame up fast..

One of those things is being-mocked-at.
I really can't stand it.
And that is why I don't give them room for that.
For-example I don't tell story of me that will literally lead to getting tongue-lashing.

Am going to try as much as I can not to feel awkward as you reading this.

"I can't say how this make you feel"And I'm not liking it.

If you're like me some years ago.

I was wondering what life career to chose, worried about following through studies, Worried about getting my dream job  when am done studying, i was particular about passion for this work "is  it gonna bore me to death?"

What about my dream life? "Will i get to experience it?" 

Yes I was worried as a teenager and again I developed a serious social anxiety issue which I knew won't get me anywhere, and during this period I have seen guys in there 20's that struggling so hard in the real world and I can tell they are frustrated about life.

Some of this guys had expectations,when they where fresh graduate with degrees,feeling on top of the world, had jobs to chose from,had bunch of friends to call up for parties and hang out. 

They even figured out how wonderful their life will be 

  • With a satisfying job
  • They could start in the morning with a purpose and finish off with fulfilment at night
  • When their work doesn't feel like burden but fun. 
  • Where Mondays is as good as Fridays.

They expect raise,promotion,a wonderful woman to share the success with. Kick ass car and a fancy house.

"But even at 30 ? non of this things happened.."

And there i was thinking I was one of the special kid those days because I learnt how to read earlier on and I could see through the window of what adult sees,I was sure when I reach my 20's, I will be very rich. 

I wanted to have financial freedom,may be with couple of businesses that generate more money for me,I wanted to have time freedom so I could travel round the world, take my parent along a-times which literally means am taking care of their retirement.

Buy the kick ass sports car I wanted so i could drive around town and impress my friends.. 

"Heaven yes" even have my own nation where it is populated by my family,real friends and open minded people "you know" having a world of creative fun.

In my early 20's, life was not the way i had dreamed of it.. Every thing seems tough.. 

  • Same underpaid job.
  • Same bondage.
  • Same rules of 9-5 job.
  • Same boring life.
  • Same feeling of confusion at a latter end.
  • Same feeling of frustrations
  • Unfocused mind
  • Same rat chase and going in circles.

"Of-course" I counted myself lucky to have  this job I so.. complain of.

But again the "worst part?" I see myself

  • Working 15  horrible hours a day.
  • Accepting crap from customers, just to get peanut payment.
  • In same position without promotion for 5 years....
Hope my bosses are not reading this?

I wish I could buy my own freedom but I don't have the money or worst the time to do so.

I have no idea how I could create that extraordinary life I dreamed of.

Worst of all,I was scared I may not be able to find my soul mate at the right time because I needed time and money to start the process ,what 

about raising a family?... 

But then it doesn't have to be this way.

I realized that there are creative ways I could follow and achieve my dream,even faster than I can imagine,because the principle of success is the same every where...

I started :

  • Questioning work,money,my environment, my health and leisures,personal life,community,family ,God.
  • Researching about how others did it
  • Learning about powerful tools that could transform one
  • Reading blog post Buying books 
  • Being coached
  • Even had rich mentors that are living their passionate life.
  • Reading about psychology to change my state and performance.

What I found blow me away

Even though it took me about a year to find the missing recipe on my own.

Its opened up doors of opportunities in my life that I never would have imagined ...

"Where there is a will, there is a way. If there is a chance in a million that you can do something, anything, to keep what you want from ending, do it. Pry the door open or, if need be, wedge your foot in that door and keep it open."

I was able to leave my demanding job so i could start leaving my dream life.

I traveled out of my state to a new state where I never knew there was opportunity waiting for me to explore..

I wish I know about it as a teenager. However,It is never too late to achieve your dreams. 

If you find yourself in the same rut I was at worst.. "Know this"

 “Success is not built on success. It’s built on failure. It’s built on frustration. Sometimes its built on catastrophe.” — Sumner Redstone

With the right tools,the right mind set,you can achieve your dreams..

 You don't have to pay dearly to achieve it..

But there is a little prize to be paid Once you can find:

  • Clarity about what you truly want. 
  • The right strategy to achieve it faster
  • The needed skills.
  •  The right environment .
  • And of course the right mind set . 

You will blow off the lid.

The issue may not be in going after your Passion, what if your Passion flops and can't pay you enough to be contented? But about how you can learn simple skills that can shift every thing for you.. You will even be surprise how this skills turns out to be passion for you. Work don't have to be painful but fun..

I love music and sings,I thought music was my Short cut to leaving my dream life..guy was I wrong.. The first album launch I did was amazing but I pay off debt with everything I gain. And was stuck to bottom rock again..

  • What if you Could start and finish everyday with more Respectlove,success and mental stability?
  • What if you could start experiencing time freedom, and be contented with everything under your roof?
  • What if you could eliminate worries losing your job terrible anxiety that could cost affect your heath  and start living a healthy lifestyle with motivation to follow through on any thing and procrastination become a habit of the past?

Here is what you need to know.During my research and meetings.I learnt one powerful secret. It was really an eye opener.. If you need the presentation its free..check it out by clicking here so you know if it sound good to you.

I call this powerful secret "the shortcut to reclaim your childhood fantasy" yeah because I know bunch of creative guys that use this simple system to get in the game of experience the good side of life..

In the system, you will discover how all the top rich guys you know in the world has used just 3 step to get ahead and are helping bunch of other people get ahead.

What I find mind blowing was you don't even need to be a graduate to be a millionaire "what!!-are you kidding me?" 
"How could average guys that didn't even go to school become rich using an international recognized multimillion dollar program?" Its crazy mehn. But again there are myths around success.

I can not say if  shortcut to:
  • Get your ideal life
  • End your cubicle job
  • Stop depending on your parents for school fee
  • 10× your earning potential
Will be a good fit for you,however, what I do know is that there is cost of inaction. 

For anybody who is serious about doing this,the flat value for this program is anywhere between $2000 - #500,000 .
But you not investing that amount today,what am asking you to invest is just the time and energy you will take to consume a cup of coffee.

What it means is that you can get this program for a fraction of what the real value is.

For some of you, this program/course could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to your life. It has been like that for me. But all I’m going to ask you today is TAKE ACTION NOW