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ADRIANA GALLARDO FAILURE OR SUCCESS

Mexican Gisela Soto 33, 31 Laura Flores not know each other, but both attended the seminar self improvement entitled “Success or failure is up to you.”

At the end of Sunday event which attracted over five hundred people, mostly women at the Convention Center Long Beach, Gisela and Laura have well-defined and shared goals.

“I’m just in time to open my business next month now,” Gisela, originally from Guadalajara said. “When one goal is proposed, assess small successes”.

His first win on road to success has been to gather in one year $ 10,000 with which will open its office selling auto insurance in the city of Moreno Valley.

The figure has motivated him Adriana Gallardo, owner of Adriana’s Insurance.

Meanwhile, Laura, born in Chihuahua, looked at the conference where the engineer Carlos Cuauhtemoc Sanchez personal motivation to give meaning to his life participated.

“My husband Maximum drives me to it be a better wife and mother of my children (Violet, 8 and Max, 6),” he said. “I understood that when you are able to love everything comes alone, even money … That’s me.”

Adriana Gallardo and Carlos Cuauhtemoc Sanchez. Adriana Gallardo and Carlos Cuauhtemoc Sanchez.
‘Success is no accident’
Considered by Time magazine as the most important “ethical cultural guide” today, Carlos Cuauhtemoc Sanchez told his audience that there are no magic formulas for success.

“Nobody wins by chance … nothing is free,” said the author of over 30 best selling books on self-improvement, business leadership and family values such as “A Desperate Cry” or “The Force of Sheccid”.

“Every man is successful, but the difference is that some decide to do more in life … they are the result of their daily decisions; if you want to do well, think about how to do good to others. ”

Important to achieve balance
The difference between success or failure in a business, you know how to find the balance.

So defined Adriana Gallardo, owner of the emporium insurance Adriana’s Insurance, which has more than 300 employees, 60 offices in Southern California, one in San Antonio, Texas, and distance sales in four states, and has expectations to continue growing.

“I learned to not wanting to have control of everything,” he said the woman did not go to business school, but had life education to build a successful business for almost a quarter century. “I learned to seek balance, to let things flow by themselves and to trust other people.”

Turned into a figure who inspires all Latinos in the United States, successful woman wistfully remembers her mother Rosy, who was his most inspired to open his first business in a small room with two desks in the city of Fontana.

“She will be happy to see me happy, having achieved many successes,” he said. “What I have achieved is the result of his work in me, and I added to this discipline, courage and hard work.”

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