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Critical Mass Global Shares: It’s Never Too Late to Start

“With 2018 just around the corner, many of us are reminded of the fact that our current goals have either made it or break it. Did we follow what we set out to do in 2017? Was it accomplished? These questions arise in our mind due to the notion that the end of the year should be a significant reminder of success,” mentions Jherinson Almonte managing director of Critical Mass Global. At Critical Mass Global, we believe that all dreams are meant to be reached, and every single individual can reach their highest potential. It’s important to realize that one shouldn’t let their ideas, dreams, and aspirations go to waste due to reasons that should not be an excuse.


“The number one tip I would give someone looking to pursue their goals would be to realize that as we get older, we have less and less time. This realization affects the mind because we then want to accomplish more and cut out the negativity,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global. By being someone who understands that time gets less and less, you’re proving that it is never too late to start any goal. Even if its the smallest purpose ever, it’s never too late to start it and accomplish it. Look at the fact that life is just flying by and the only thing we have is the present moment to do what’s necessary to move forward. Time is more precious than money and anything else, once that sets in someone’s mind, you’ll realize that it is never too late to start anything.


Another significant factor towards starting your goals is understanding that patience is everything. There’s a particular beauty in struggle and virtue in patience. Understanding that both come with diligence and strength is true character. “Character is a strong part of what we do at Critical Mass Global. We believe that our firm and its individuals pursue their goals because they believe in themselves and value the aspect of making sure their dreams are accomplished, targets are reached, and goals are set. This to us is a strong character,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global. Always believe that you are capable of more than anything and that starting is the first step to reaching any goal.

Critical Mass Global Shares 3 Methods of Stay on Top

Dwayne Johnson had said, Success isn’t always about greatness. It’s about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come.” For Critical Mass Global, our only goal is to stay ahead and stay the best. No one gets successful overnight and leaders aren’t at the top if they’re always behind. “Success comes from maintaining a positive attitude, carrying your passion and results come towards by staying strong and focused,” says Jherinson Almonte, Managing Director of Critical Mass Global. We made a list to see what strategies help at our firm. We’ve come up with three of these ways to implement for our team and make sure everyone is getting some success. At Critical Mass Global, we firmly believe these have helped us stay on top and can work for you as well!

Mistakes are Inevitable


Everyone makes mistakes. But what are you changing to fix them? Are you learning from them? In the business industry, we have so many different ways of doing things. Sometimes not everything is a big hit. If you’ve been trying to stay on top but haven’t seen results, make sure you analyze what you’re doing wrong. “Mistakes help us learn and better ourselves not to make it again,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


Put Responsibilities First

What’s essential and priority? That should be on the top of your list. Which means you need a list, make a list of what is relevant on your goal list. Everything else under it doesn’t need to be done right away. Simple things such as, don’t spend money on things you don’t need. When you figure out what’s crucial to you and what isn’t you’re able to perceive things for as they are. It’ll help you accomplish success because that’s the only thing you’re focused on.

Be Realistic

Human beings are not programmed to be robots. We have professional and emotional lives to take care of. When an individual overworks as though you are a robot, they will burn out fast. It’s your responsibility to draw a line between too much and too little. If you find yourself getting 2 hours of sleep every night, then maybe you’re burning yourself out! We understand that pressure is a potent force, but take time to relax and clear your mind. “Be realistic towards your success,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


Critical Mass Global Shares 8 Quotes to Reach Your Full Potential

“No matter what you do and where you are, always believe that there is higher you can do. Many times, the majority of the population believes that they are where they are supposed to be. These individuals let comfort speak for success when success means pushing limits and getting uncomfortable. At Critical Mass Global, we believe in pushing limits. We believe in reaching the highest. We believe in our full potential,” says Jherinson Almonte, managing director of Critical Mass Global. We know that thinking big comes with a huge risk. Sometimes plans fail, but that’s not the type of attitude and mentality you should carry before you even let your idea have a chance.

“Believe in your ideas and intuition, because chances are they are great and worthy of hearing. The world is filled with ideas being thrown out, some are thrown out without even consideration but make it big in the world. Similarly, as a human being, you should challenge yourself to achieve what you couldn’t even imagine in your wildest dreams,” mentions Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global. Our crew at Critical Mass has come up with 8 quotes that they find represents and recognizes the benefits of reaching the highest potential. This is what we mean and think of when we think of inspiration and motivation!


“Everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you’re climbing it.” – Andy Rooney

“The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“What is the recipe for successful achievement? To my mind there are just four essential ingredients: Choose a career you love, give it the best there is in you, seize your opportunities, and be a member of the team.” – Benjamin F. Fairless

“The big challenge is to become all that you have the possibility of becoming. You cannot believe what it does to the human spirit to maximize your human potential and stretch yourself to the limit.” —Jim Rohn

“It’s not what you’ve got, it’s what you use that makes a difference.” —Zig Ziglar

“Find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible.” —Deepak Chopra

“I think everyone should experience defeat at least once during their career. You learn a lot from it.” – Lou Holtz

“Be what you are. This is the first step towards becoming better than you are.” – J. C. Hare & A. W. Hare

Critical Mass Global Shares 3 Rules to Reach Success

“Each day you set goals for yourself to aim higher. Perhaps it could be walking up the stairs instead of taking an elevator. Something maybe as simple as substituting tea for coffee. These are small ways to challenge yourself and build momentum for bigger things,” mentions Jherinson Almonte, managing director of Critical Mass Global. It’s essential that we’re always reaching high and being well-rounded. At Critical Mass Global, our representatives are always keen on making sure they are achieving daily targets and making long-term goals possible one step at a time. To be successful and reach high, one has to build different rules and regulations for themselves to follow.


“Just like there are rules in a game of basketball or football, there are rules that individuals should have for themselves when it comes to reaching for success. We’ve spoken about this at our firm, and we think that it comes to 3 key components and ways that individuals can try to do their best and reach high for success,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global. The number one rule you should have to yourself is never to lose faith or patience. “Patience is the pinnacle of achieving all great things. We get it, being patient is not fun — but the outcomes are amazing. Have you ever wanted something very much and you wait for it, when you finally achieve to get it you feel that sweet victory,” says Jherinson Almonte. This is the type of patience people need for success. The second key factor is never to waste time. Time is running after that anyone of us out there. Before we know it, it’ll be ten years, and you’ll still be wondering how far you’ve come to your goal. Keep time in your hands and make sure you use it as an advantage by not wasting it.


The third and final rule/way we noted down was confidence. “Confidence is the best thing you can wear to put your image out there. It’s the surefire way to achieve success, and even if you aren’t towards the point of success, confidence will get you closer,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global. We believe that these three rules and ways are sure to earn people their success and aim high. We do believe in the best for all humans and know that anything is possible once momentum is gained.

Critical Mass Global Shares 5 Strong & Spectacular Quotes to Live By

“We’ve all been given one life to live, and we get the opportunity to go on adventures and make the best of every moment. Sometimes individuals just don’t take advantage of wonderful opportunities and chances because they dread change or getting out of their comfort region. This is where you need to realize, that the time to act is now!” says Jherinson Almonte, Managing Director of Critical Mass Global. At Critical Mass Global, we believe that individuals should keep progressing. Every day you’re given 24 hours to be the best you can be. You may not know what the next 24 hours will have in store, but what you in front of you is your best bet. “Take chances, go beyond your destination and knowledge over the horizon. In everything that you do, no matter how big or small, understand that it counts as an opportunity towards greater things,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.

Our representatives at Critical Mass Global live by living fully and to the best! We have a few simple rules we follow, but they keep us strong as a team. We’ve collected a few quotes over the years to share.


In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.” —Albert Einstein

“The great thing in this world is not so much where you stand, as in what direction you are moving.” —Oliver Wendell Holmes

“The biggest risk is not taking any risk…. In a world that’s changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.” —Mark Zuckerberg

“Don’t allow your past or present condition to control you. It’s just a process that you’re going through to get you to the next level.” —T.D. Jakes

“The only wealth which you will keep forever is the wealth you have given away.” —Marcus Aurelius


Critical Mass Global Shares “Rohn: 7 Traits of the Most Resilient People.”


“Critical Mass Global we know that being an entrepreneur comes with ups and downs. Amidst the many upsides, a few downsides can occasionally occur because it’s life. This is where we place an importance on building resilience,” says Jherinson Almonte, managing director of Critical Mass Global. According to Jim Rohn’s article “7 Traits of the Most Resilient People,” he writes, “Resilience is the ability to return to the original form after being bent, stretched or compressed. It’s the ability to readily recover from illness, depression or adversity. How would you ever handle it if you lost everything you had today? What would your next step be? How long would you be depressed and upset and angry? What would it take for you to pull yourself up and start all over again? How resilient are you?Could you handle it? Could you learn from all of your disappointments and start all over again? What would it take? First, it would take a lot of self-discipline. It would take a lot of positive self-talk to muster up the energy to begin again.”

“Our representatives know that it takes of self-sufficiency to support yourself in emotional distress and negative situations. Whatever is happening with you presently, you can’t do anything about besides put on your strong attitude and tackle it one step at a mind,” says Jherinson Almonte, managing director of Critical Mass Global. Resilient people are excellent at many things because they know how to handle the negativity that is thrown at them and it’s something that is not taken for granted once they know how to battle it.


According to Rohn’s article some of the qualities resilient people have are:

1. Resilience requires insight.

You need to develop the ability to ask yourself tough questions and answer honestly. If you had something to do with your loss, be honest and responsible for it.

2. Resilience is independent.

As a resilient person, you can count on yourself to bounce back into life.

3. Although resilience is independent, it’s also tied to others.

The more people you are responsible for, the greater your motivation to begin again—the stronger the reason, the stronger the action.

4. Resilience calls for initiative.

You need to develop the ability to take charge of the situation, to take charge of the problem. You need to stand up and do whatever is necessary to get back on course.”


“Some of these traits are what build after individuals learn to battle their demons from within. Once you can push through and set your goals, you can too have these resilient qualities,” mentions Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


Critical Mass Global Shares 3 Ways to Work Smarter and Not Just More

“At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter if you worked 10 hours per day, what matters is what you’re getting in the time that you’re given, not over time. Over time should be kept for doing extra purposes,” says Jherinson Almonte, managing director of Critical Mass Global. At Critical Mass Global, we believe that whether you’re working at a traditional 9-5 job or something else that’s 8 hours, we know like many Americans, we all struggle with productivity. “Luckily there’s a cure for lack of productivity. This life-long struggle of trying to get things done has been tested and tried with some scientific theories, we did some research and found 3 ways to increase productivity. This shows that there are other ways to work effectively and not longer,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


Plan Ahead


The biggest time consumer we struggle with is that we’re not prepared. “Studies we read show that when you create a planned schedule and follow it, your brain is likely to make sure you stick to it,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global. Research shows that 71% had followed the plan and landed a successful strategy to implement whatever they had on their schedule.


Take Breaks


Studies show that workers that take breaks with co-workers they are friendly with or friends, in general, are more productive than those that don’t take any breaks. This study also portrayed that 36% of people were more productive than they would be. “It’s important to have a social break, we’re human beings and to unplug we need an outlet, other human beings become helpful in that aspect,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


Organize Yourself


Organizing yourself or decluttering really helps put everything together. Once you feel like everything around you is clean and straight — your plans will follow. Studies show that too much clutter causes brain activity to decrease. Your brain becomes distracted by other things — so simple things like keeping a clean space when working or organizing your workspace helps the flow of productivity.


Critical Mass Global Shares The Importance of Networking in Business

Networking in the business industry is a very valuable way to gain knowledge, learn from other like-minded individuals, and gain new clients/customers. It’s also an excellent way to expand by word of mouth or presence. “Networking is one the most important skills for business people and entrepreneurs. Just by being in an environment that has entrepreneurial perspectives and people that can help build strong relationships are the type of bonds that are incredible for growth in one’s career,” mentions Jherinson Almonte, managing director of Critical Mass Global.


There are a lot of benefits to networking. For starters, you’ll generate increased business. Which is how you meet new clients. It also opens the door for connections, or new people you can get to know professionally. If you really want to succeed and go further, having a source of valuable connections will make that happen for you. Attending networking events opens the gateway to speak with highly successful and influential individuals that you would not have the chance to do elsewhere.


“Speaking to like-minded individuals can also create value for yourself. You will get the chance to discuss matters on all types of levels. It lets you tap into expertise and get solid advice from people that have been there, done that — and actually know how to help you improve yourself,” notes Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


One thing for sure is that the people you hang around do make a difference on you tremendously. If you’re around individuals that are not capable of keeping the same drive and strive as you towards success, chances are you won’t want to keep that part of you alive. Being around and regularly networking pushes you to be near positive individuals that share the same goal. Their goal is to be successful, as well yours. “Have you ever met someone extremely successful, or an entrepreneur? They’re always radiant and positive; they look at everything with strength and that is the type of influence you need to be around to make it towards success,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


Last but not least, networking events let you socialize in a friendly manner. Through this, you get the opportunity to connect and perhaps make a life-long friend. Better yet, it counts as work because you’ll be marketing your business, as well as yourself while gaining the best connections in your field.


Critical Mass Global Shares 5 Quotes For Leaving Your Legacy

What you do in the world today leaves a mark for tomorrow. “Each day counts. Every action you take towards making yourself and the world a better place matters. We sometimes go through life thinking that our actions don’t affect others. The work we do doesn’t matter. That’s incorrect. Every type of work, every field, every career matters. We have to understand that there’s a connection between hard work and legacy. It’ll only happen once hard work is done and left it’s mark on the world,” says Jherinson Almonte, managing director of Critical Mass Global. Our representatives at Critical Mass Global are starting to leave her legacy mark on the world. All great individuals understand that if they do their best and work hard enough it can definitely be possible.


“Individuals such as Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and Bill Gates have left their legacy in the world. Some are retired, but they still make a difference every single day by the hard work and inspiration they left on others,” says Jherison Almonte of Critical Mass GLobal. Critical Mass Global has found some of the best quotes related to legacy and we’d like to share them for some inspiration to start your journey.


“All good men and women must take responsibility to create legacies that will take the next generation to a level we could only imagine.” —Jim Rohn

“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” —Shannon L. Alder

“If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” —Benjamin Franklin

“I think the whole world is dying to hear someone say, ‘I love you.’ I think that if I can leave the legacy of love and passion in the world, then I think I’ve done my job in a world that’s getting colder and colder by the day.” —Lionel Richie

“That is your legacy on this Earth when you leave this Earth: how many hearts you touched.” —Patti Davis


Critical Mass Global Shares 3 Things Successful People Do Differently

Critical Mass Global places an importance on being able to achieve your dreams. This only happens through hard work. “Those that have made it to being successful know what it takes and the amount of work that is being put in every single day,’ says Jherinson Almonte managing director of Critical Mass Global. The difference between successful individuals and those that are struggling are the fact that they think differently, act differently and take a different route to success when one doesn’t work. “Successful people have very similar qualities and patterns. If you notice individuals such as Zuckerberg and Gates, what was one similar attribute? Their ability to strive every day and never give up. That’s what makes those individuals successful,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global. So what else do successful people do daily and differently?


Strive for Consistency


People that want it bad enough are focused on reaching every aspect of their goals and direction. They have a steady schedule to follow and having this helps with priority and tasks needed to be completed on a daily level.


Emotional Intelligence


“Many people don’t associate emotional intelligence with success. They think one has to be fierce, mean and upright to reach the top. That’s wrong; the best individuals consistently add an important factor to wherever they are. For example, they use creativity, integrity and understand situations around them, they connect to everything,” says Jherinson Almonte of Critical Mass Global.


Positive View


Having a positive mindset is what leads you to your goals. How you think of an outcome is what will happen. This is why it’s so important to carry a positive mindset, understand that when you have a good action, good will come out of it.