About David Bonifacio

Entrepreneur, social worker, writer, artist, manimal, and value hunter.

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  • David shared from Business Secrets from the Bible: Spiritual Success Strategies for Financial Abundance by Daniel Lapin
    Our true wealth is other people. You must start loving other people and giving them the respect they deserve. They are your everything. Love them. Respect them. Value them. Every single one of them. No matter how irritating or inconsequential a person may seem, you need them. People, collectively, are your wealth. This is why our ability to make money depends on how well we connect and communicate with others.
    Note: Really good business insights from the Bible.
  • David shared from Business Secrets from the Bible: Spiritual Success Strategies for Financial Abundance by Daniel Lapin
    The business professional also must value his employees as well, for they are his most valuable asset. He must attend to their welfare. Recognizing them as spiritual beings with their own divine aspirations, he must not only endeavor to compensate them fairly but also help them find transcendent meaning in their work. Ancient Jewish wisdom prohibits an employer from instructing his worker to perform meaningless work. For example, he may not hire the worker to dig a hole one day, fill it the next, and thereafter repeatedly dig and refill it. This prohibition applies no matter how generous the pay...
    Note: Great reminder to prepare for the upcoming week. #db #reading
  • David shared from Business Secrets from the Bible: Spiritual Success Strategies for Financial Abundance by Daniel Lapin
    God created us with an urge for the infinite. We need to embrace it and never surrender to the seditious and spurious summons of contentment cowering in the sanctuary of security.
    Note: Never settle for security. #db #reading
  • David shared from Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg Mckeown
    In this example is the basic value proposition of Essentialism: only once you give yourself permission to stop trying to do it all, to stop saying yes to everyone, can you make your highest contribution towards the things that really matter.
    Note: Essentialism. #db #reading
  • David shared from Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir Eyal
    “For example, participants with depressive symptoms tended to engage in very high email usage…Other characteristic features of depressive Internet behavior included increased amounts of video watching, gaming, and chatting.” The study demonstrated that people suffering from symptoms of depression used the Internet more. Why is that? One hypothesis is that those with depression experience negative emotions more frequently than the general population and seek relief by turning to technology to lift their mood.
    Note: Interesting...
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