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The Rule That Governs This Business

Work smart, be honest, and follow the Golden Rule: “Do Unto Others As You Would Have Them Do Unto You.”

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Have Faith > Follow The Path > Never Give Up

“If you concentrate on small, manageable steps, you can cross unimaginable distances.” - Shaun Hick

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Building Extraordinary Lives For Ordinary People

Only one thing matters to us: to make your world a better place. TangiWorld is our final project.

We all need a mental shift to succeed.

If you like our Mission and want to help us pursue it, the first thing you should do is think about what you can give. Not what you can get.
If you want to be one of those “ordinary people” who will soon enjoy an “extraordinary life,” first, you need to help some other people. Only then someone will help you.
It’s a universal law: you can’t receive without giving first. And you can look for all kinds of excuses to skip this law. But none of them can help you. The law remains.

To give or To receive. What makes you happier?

To give or To receive. What brings more joy?
The essential point is that receiving should always be a consequence of giving. If this happens, both actions are equally satisfactory.
Ok, but “giving” and “receiving” what, exactly?
Keep reading, and you’ll understand what I mean.
I’ve clear in my mind as if it just happened, this enjoyable experience I got a few years ago.
I was walking alone in the ancient city center where I went for a distensive walk.
It was one of those periods when…

Replies To Slanders

When a Company starts to be successful often attracts enemies. This annoying fact may happen for many reasons, such as envy, jealousy, unfair competitors, personal interests, or people who previously had some terrible experiences somewhere. Many times, they are just simple people involved unsuccessfully in any other sort of thing. So, they use to act

The will to do it

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, in the 1960s, before starting the Apollo space program, asked Dr. Von Braun:  “what would it take to build a rocket that could carry a man to the moon and bring him back safely to the Earth?”  Dr. Von Braun answered,  “The will to do it.”  Von Braun knew that Humanity has