Over the years, Joseph Bismark has been on both a successful business and spiritual journey. I believe he not only guides the people but also leading in every facet of their life. As summarized on the blog, We Don’t Love These Hogues
, a successful business will lead you to a successful spiritual journey, as long as everything in balance brings peace and harmony.
Joseph Bismark lived with monks in the mountains of the Philippines since from the age of nine until seventeen. His journey to the business world was different than most. It is my belief that everyone has the prospective of being successful. This belief, together with understanding that achieving a balance in everything is essential, is what has led Joseph Bismark to success. One of his biggest opportunities was being the managing director at Qi Group. Over the years, Bismark managed to infuse an aspect of social leadership and personal responsibilities into the corporate world.
It wasn’t enough to simply lead employees in a healthy lifestyle and service to mankind. Joseph Bismark felt that the whole company needed these philosophies. These values helped establish the corporate social responsibility branch of the Qi Group
besides stirring the corporation to venture into the wellness and organic food markets. Later on, with the help of the company, they embarked on an ambitious plan to open the Quest International University Perak in Malaysia. The university equips students with research on global impact and comprehension of their effect on the earth and fellow human beings.
The concept of success held by society is a state of being that is temporary. The real measure of success is found in helping others gain from one’s knowledge. Bismark shares knowledge by writing books and being a motivational speaker. His blog, Gems of Wisdom
, is effected with the view to uplifting those struggling in the business world. I strongly believe that true happiness lies in understanding of our real identity as spirit souls and not the physical body.
Everyone has the potential of making it in life through doing extraordinary things.
We can sign papers to change laws and enact emancipations but that won’t change people There has been laws passed, papers signed, marches, demonstrations, sit-ins and sit outs in regards to race relations. But the truth of the matter is we cannot change the situation and reality of our world without a change of people’s hearts. Juneteenth celebrates its 150th anniversary and now more than ever it stands significantly in the wake of things that are going on in our world. Juneteenth which is a combination of “June and nineteenth” was established for the emancipation of black people from slavery in the United States first celebrated on June 19th 1865. Although this article goes into details about this holiday and about freedoms I want to shed light on the fact that although these things show progress and they are making a difference in how things are done and how laws are set, one thing is undeniable and that is no piece of paper, no document signed into law, no declarations will ever be able to change the heart of a person. This is something that has to happen through the teachings of parents, teachers, mentors and anyone else we obtain lessons from. No one is born to hate someone or born to dislike someone for their race or their religious beliefs. These things are taught they’re inherited and passed down, so if we want to really celebrate Juneteenth, if we were to really make a difference we have to start in the individual lives, communities, towns and States. Insidermonkey and James Dondero recommend that one small act of love, acceptance and kindness will make emancipations and declarations a reality of love in action when our hearts are changed.