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BC&P International Welcomes Media Experts

“In our day and time, everything is fast-paced, moving quickly and changing constantly. It’s important we keep up to date with everything that’s going. We welcomed Media Experts at BC&P International, and we were excited to catch up and see how they are benefiting us,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. Media Experts, Social Media, and Content have become the most influential forms of marketing. Making it useful in a business setting can establish a stronger presence for our clients, and help us become more recognizable. Many companies get down all areas and criteria in their firm, but sometimes customer service and marketing lack. This is where media experts come in to strategically focus on what we can do together to make sure our work is being reached to the general public.

 

“The main purpose of getting involved with media experts on your team is because they establish a connection between audience and company. Marketing can make people feel a certain way through a brand and any type of connection. This is where social media can be helpful as well!” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. When we meet these media experts we made sure to establish different areas we want to focus on and make sure we’re reaching the goals we want each month. For us to see what’s going on it’s important to us that the face-to-face meetings are conducted. By doing this, we can convey a smooth flow of information, knowledge and skill.

 

At BC&P International we respect and know that media experts love different platforms to work on. To get more people’s attention, make a brand stronger, develop an always fresh, everlasting relationship with clients; these are all the different areas in which they can lend a hand. “By having media experts at our company and making sure we work together, we can establish the best service and run everything strategically as well as cleverly,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

BC&P International Shares 3 Things to Do Before You’re 30

Napoleon Hill had said, “Do not wait: the time will never be ‘just right.’ Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command and better tools will be found as you go along.” “Before we know it, our life will in front of our eyes. Everything we do makes an impact on our future and present status. We look to those that have lead the way towards greatness when it comes to continuing this journey of life and make sure that we’re steady in the same aspect,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. In the business industry, a lot of hustle, work, and rate is involved when it comes to success. It’s important because we know that we need to work hard. “However, we shouldn’t forget that we will all be old someday, we mustn’t forget to live,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

Our representatives at BC&P International made an excellent suggestion in one of our creative team conversations. They suggested that turning 30 is a huge deal and there should be a bunch of things and accomplishments you can at least start before you’re 30 to continue them later on also as life continues. “Time doesn’t wait for us, so we have to make it our friend and utilize it efficiently,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

Start a Side Thing

 

Starting something on the side is a very excellent and savvy idea. It could be something as simple as a small freelance creative option. “Something that interests you and you know there’s a talent for it. Something such as Photography,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

Work on your Negotiation Skills

 

Acquiring a way of speaking is always essential for growth. Communication and negotiation skills make or break us in the business world. By learning these skill sets, we’re able to grow and keep these as lifetime tools.

 

Education

 

Being a lifelong learner is what sets successful individuals apart from others. Studies show that learning continually keeps our mind active and keeps you prosperous for yourself always.

 

BC&P International Share Why Creativity Is Important

Walt Disney once stated, “Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious…and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” At BC&P International, curiosity to us means creativity. Most people associate creativity with just artists and painters. They believe that the utilization of creativity only happens for that genre of work. This is not true at all. “In fact, creativity is known to derive from a quality that can create. Innovation, technology, business, and marketing they require creativity. The use of brilliant new ideas, strategies, and mindsets in a growing world,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. At BC&P International, we know that the best version of creativity is to be the best at what you do.

“Take notice of some of the greatest individuals in our previous and current history: Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and much more; all these individuals have one common factor. They have created concepts and made them into reality for other human beings to use and get used from,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. Similarly, at BC&P International we try to use every ounce of creativity in anything that we do. We instill that mindset on our business partners and representatives. The dictionary literally defines creativity as “Ability to make or think of new ideas,” and we know that any, if not all individuals are capable of creating fantastic new things. In the business world, we need new tools, ideas and minds to come up with other new things. By using critical thinking, analysis and creativity we can do amazing things. It’s pretty certain that creativity isn’t just used in the fine arts field. We place an importance on this very much so. We use it on an everyday basis and love that individuals can bring new strategies to the field,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

Steve Jobs once said, “You have to be burning with an idea, or a problem, or a wrong that you want to right. If you’re not passionate enough from the start, you’ll never stick it out.”  We agree and find that the best way to keep your creativity alive is by being a lifelong learner. Never stop questioning anything, read a lot, take new classes, learn new skills and keep yourself educated in every aspect and field. “This is what makes individuals all-rounders. It’s what makes you creative and that’s one of the intellectual qualities and tools an individual can have,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

BC&P International Shares How To Keep a Budget

Everything has gotten pricey and expensive nowadays. Individuals that work know what it’s like to spend money for necessary or leisure needs. Many times people underestimate that money can go away so quickly. “For example, your savings account might have $5,000, but if you are not careful then it will be gone quick,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. According to a recent book, we are reading, “Wealth Can’t Wait” the authors David and Paul talk about different strategies that outline the necessary tools required to build weather. Their site reads “avid Osborn and Paul Morris, two of the most famous and celebrated wealth-building minds in the game today, have mastered the art and science of sustainable wealth creation through entrepreneurship, passion, and a relentless focus on growth, success, and fulfillment. In Wealth Can’t Wait, they share their decades of knowledge, debunk the myth that building wealth is often difficult, and demonstrate how you can create horizontal income streams to enjoy more financial freedom throughout your life. Osborn and Morris’ tested and proven five-part strategy outlines what is required to build wealth—from making the initial choice to dealing with setbacks—and details how to cultivate the mindset, habits, business, and momentum to secure the greatest results. The book’s valuable tips, building blocks, and lessons from the author’s’ own experiences will inspire you to start achieving your financial ambitions today.”

 

“Not only is this book valuable, but it’s informative. So many of us need help in our expenses, and by following some simple strategies and rules, we can do just that,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. One aspect of discussing this topic we liked in the book was the matter of commitment. David and Paul write “commitment is a knowing that permeates your being such that it becomes a part of you. It is a willingness to do whatever it takes. It’s a way of weaving that knowing into your fiber so that it goes with you on each step you take every day. If you commit to something 100%, it’s virtually certain to happen—unless you change your mind or die. That’s how steadfast we can all be in our commitments as we walk around each day. That doesn’t mean that we don’t take days off, or procrastinate, or have moments of doubt, but our willingness to reignite our long-term vision and our commitment to our journey never wane.” At BC&P International, we value these words tremendously. Not only because they are correct, but it is also because to save money or be smart in anything, commitment is necessary.

 

Anything can be done once your mind is put to it. It’s important because people just assume they know how to do everything but in reality them not listening to other people’s advice gives them a loss. We wanted to discuss this topic because in today’s society everything is more expensive, so if we and anyone else can learn from this read/book and implement these strategies into their lives, it’ll be something worthwhile.

BC&P International Shares 8 Quotes for Strengthening Your Mind

At the end of the day, all you really need is a powerful mind and mentality. By having this, no one can really stand in the way your goals. “A powerful mind is one that makes decisiveness and good choices. It’s a mind that is focused on goals and genuinely of the good for others,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. BC&P International puts a strong focus on having an awesome mindset, positive flow and happy nature. Without this, the entrepreneurial world lacks great individuals.

 

“Our representatives at BC&P International were asked about their favorite quotes that inspire them. They gave us 8 of the best ones in hopes that our readers will also find motivation and inspiration!” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

“Mental toughness is spartanism with qualities of sacrifice, self-denial, dedication. It is fearlessness, and it is love.” ―Vince Lombardi

“It takes energy, mental toughness and spiritual reinforcement to successfully deal with life’s opportunities, and to reach your objectives.” ―Zig Ziglar

“Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.” ―Thomas Jefferson

“It’s when the discomfort strikes that they realize a strong mind is the most powerful weapon of all.” ―Chrissie Wellington

“It is the business of little minds to shrink.” ―Carl Sandburg

“Throw away all weakness. Tell your body that it is strong, tell your mind that it is strong and have unbounded faith and hope in yourself.” ―Swami Vivekananda

“I honestly believe that with a strong mind, you can literally ‘will’ the ball into the hole.” ―Ray Floyd

“Strength isn’t about bearing a cross of grief or shame. Strength comes from choosing your own path, and living with the consequences.” ―Jenny Trout

 

 

BC&P International Shares 4 Ways to Overcome Fear & Breakout Your Comfort Zone

Overtime all of us get stuck in a routine. We find that place that makes us safe and we are afraid to venture out and see how far we can go. “Fear is natural, that’s understandable. It’s also an essential part of growth. Each time we get out of our comfort zone, we make our experiences more varied,” says Gustavo Rodriguez managing director of BC&P International. Our representatives at BC&P International were asked about different ways that they use to combat fear and be courageous. They gave us 4 top ways to overcome fear and go out their comfort zone:

 

Try Something New

 

“We’re so caught up in the idea of comfort, that we forget to try new things and broaden our horizon. We forget to try a new food, take a different route to work, or try a new activity. These are all part of growth and make us stronger individuals,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. Try a new thing until it becomes comfortable, then move forward to trying another new thing and so on.

 

Switch Up Your Routine

 

Routines are the pinnacle of comfort. We’re used to our everyday life — that’s a routine. When you move beyond that and change it up, that’s when you learn what you’re capable of.

 

Ask The Hard Questions

 

Address concerns and complaints in the workplace professionally. “Not only will it make you look professional but addressing this makes you aware and mature enough to handle situations such as this. It pushes you to see beyond what’s in front of you,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

Keep a List Goals

 

As soon as you know what you want, make a list of it. Cross it off one by one. It’ll help you live to the fullest, as well as accomplish things beyond your comfort zone.

 

BC&P International Are Excited For The Soccer Season

BC&P International are excited for the soccer season to start! “Many athletes are aware that putting in the work leads to results. Soccer season has come up recently and we’re excited to see which players have improved and which have been working hard. It’s evident because they do better in the field,” says Gustavo Rodriguez managing director of BC&P International. It places an importance on how much they worked on themselves and their skills during offseason. It’s important to understand that there is no offseason when it comes to learning and getting better. This implies to athletes and individuals in the business world.

 

“The wonderful thing and similarly between sports and other goals are lessons that can be learned. Sports teach us that having a mentality of being the best and doing the best is something that every individual should inhibit,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. At BC&P International, we made a list of 3 lessons that can be learned from soccer or any sport.

 

Practice, Practice, and Practice

 

When you realize that you could do better, something inside you will let you know that you have not worked hard enough. You can be better and because of this, it’s not about being perfect it’s just about improving your skills. We’re sure that Sergio Ramos of the Spanish football/soccer team didn’t get amazing overnight, he had to practice consistently to be where he is at today.

 

Focus

 

Make sure to focus in on what you can improve, don’t burden or injure yourself in trying to do crazy things just to get better. In moderation, make sure you establish the grounds of setting a mindset to focus on our weak points, from there create a regiment to improve.

 

Team Player

 

Sports teach us how to work together with other people. Sometimes, the primary player will take everything and think that just because they are good, they can carry the team on their back. This is wrong. Make sure you’re finding a balance between doing good and working with your team to let them do good also!

BC&P International Shares 5 Motivational Quotes About Improving Yourself

“There’s a certain art in improving yourself constantly. This means you want to be better. That you are putting in the effort to make sure everything is going smoothly with your habits and your efforts in the pursuit of success. Ultimately the goal is to win and do it better than anyone else in your league. At BC&P International, we know that this is tough. To be better and constantly try. But we believe in the effort and process,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. Is there a secret to improving yourself? We believe that the the best thing to do is just start! “Everything will follow once you make the decision to start and stick with your habits,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

Our representatives at BC&P International we believe that self-improvement happens with you putting in the work and taking action. We accumulated five quotes that’ll motivate you to work on everything you want to about yourself, and it’ll happen one step at a time!

 

“You’ve got to have rules to live by, and one of mine is always say yes. Put yourself in danger of something amazing happening to you.” —Tom Bilyeu

“Growth is actually contagious, so if you want to reach your goals, you’ve got to get around people who are going in the same direction you want to be going, and you will catch the success.” —Dr. Henry Cloud

“Beginning today, set an intention and a relentless focus on living your life as the greatest person you can be, in all situations.” —Brendon Burchard

“The dreaming has to be backed up by the doing.” —Carrie Wilkerson

“When you are at that intersection in the road and you’ve got two paths to go down, because of the impact of certain people in your life, you’re able to choose the right path.” —Jason Witten

 

BC&P International Reviews ‘15 Reasons Every American Should Learn Spanish’

According to an article on HuffPost, ‘15 Reasons Every American Should Learn Spanish’ describes the important aspects of what it means to be bilingual. “It’s not just something that makes you more diverse, but it’s also an excellent skillset that is fastly growing to be used in today’s world,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. HuffPost writes, “Spanish is the second-most spoken language in the United States, after English, and is the dominant language in many of our neighboring countries in the Western Hemisphere. It also happens to be an extremely beautiful language that is as useful as it is melodic.” “This basically means that it’s uses are extraordinary. You’ll be that person that keeps your mind sharp and explores a new culture with establishes a new skill for yourself professionally,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

Here are some reasons the article offers:

 

Standing Out in a Job Market

 

According to HuffPost, “A rising number of employers prefer individuals who can speak Spanish fluently. A 2013 survey of high-level managers and executives conducted by Strategy + Business found that 96 percent of respondents “thought language skills are either “very important” or “somewhat important” for professional success in the current business environment.” “I myself value the fact that I can speak 2 languages. Being bilingual has provided to be helpful in the business world and I do believe it gives you an international type of edge,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International.

 

Possibility to Work Abroad

 

Being able to speak Spanish could land you job opportunities outside the USA. Which means it’ll broaden your horizon to amazing opportunities. The article writes, “If working abroad or traveling for work is one of your career goals, learning how to speak Spanish fluently will help you get there. In an increasingly global market, being bilingual will help you speak with international clients, negotiate business deals abroad, and collaborate with experts across the globe.

 

Improves The Brain

 

Knowing 2 or more languages shows that your mind can handle learning new things. Whether later on, you want to learn something else, you can because you have conquered learning another language! Studies show, “That speaking being bilingual improves cognitive skills unrelated to language.” This essentially means your brain will stay sharper for longer as you age.

BC&P International Discusses How Positivity Makes You Healthy & Accomplished

The biggest obstacle to positivity derives from keeping your mindset strong. When an individual faces challenges and setbacks, it’s hard to stay optimistic. “It becomes hard to stay motivated and focus on the good when things aren’t going your way,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. Whenever we face setbacks and challenges, we’ve all received the well-suggested advice to ‘stay positive.’ As human beings, we tend to focus more on threats than on the bright side of things. Not only is negativity and being fearful is terrible for your outlook and goals but it’s also terrible for yourself and being. “Being pessimistic is bad because when you can be confident, you’re choosing to look down on your situation. We’re sure that if you focus a bit harder, you’ll notice the positive aspect of any situation,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez, Managing Director of BC&P International.

 

In an article by Success.com states that studies have proven contributions to how positivity makes a huge difference in health. “Martin Seligman at the University of Pennsylvania has conducted extensive research on the topic. Seligman finds much higher rates of depression in people who pessimistically attribute their failures to personal deficits. Optimists, however, treat failure as a learning experience and believe they can do better in the future. To examine physical health, Seligman worked with researchers from Dartmouth and the University of Michigan on a study that followed people from age 25 to 65 to see how their levels of pessimism or optimism influenced or correlated with their overall health. The researchers found that pessimists’ health deteriorated far more rapidly as they aged.” Other researchers have also found the same type of correlations when it comes to determining how pessimistic views impact your overall health. They found that positive people had significantly stronger immune responses than pessimists.

 

“Based on this research, we are confident that being positive impacts various areas of life. Not only is it just good for your health, but your performance and aura enhances also,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. “In one study, in particular, he measured the degree to which insurance salespeople were optimistic or pessimistic in their work, including whether they attributed failed sales to personal deficits beyond their control or circumstances they could improve with effort. Optimistic salespeople sold 37 percent more policies than pessimists, who were twice as likely to leave the company during their first year of employment.” The main key to understand is that your brain needs help putting in the right mindset. When you identify your positives and ride over the negatives, it’ll instantly help you realize how important positivity is so helpful in life.