Neri Miranda gives inspiring words on starting a business, denies getting capital from husband Chito as accused by netizen

Neri Miranda gives words of wisdom about business to aspiring businesspeople, while answering a netizen's claim that she gets capital from her husband Chito Miranda.

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Neri Miranda gives words of wisdom about business to aspiring businesspeople, while answering a netizen's claim that she gets capital from her husband Chito Miranda.

On Instagram last Tuesday, January 12, Neri Miranda teased a new business project in the works and gave some inspiring words for aspiring businesspeople.

She started by telling people that feeling excited about a planned business is a good sign that you should go on with it.

“Kapag may maisip akong business idea, yung kikiligin ako everytime na maiisip ko yung idea na yun, para sa akin, magandang sign yun na ituloy ko. At talagang ginagawa ko, di ako natatakot na subukan,” she wrote.

The actress-businesswoman added that she does not think that her business will fail, and if it did, there is still something to receive from it.

“Syempre di ko iniisip na magfail ang idea ko, pero kung di man magwork, at least alam ko na may lesson akong natutunan,” she said.

She went on, recounting how she started from nothing but did not let fear get in the way.

“Hindi ako takot. Nagstart ako sa walang wala talaga. Kaya ano pa ba ang kakatakutan ko nung nagsisimula ako sa negosyo? Laki ako sa hirap, nangangarap ng malaki pero alam kong hindi imposibleng makamit,” she narrated. “Realistic naman ang mga pangarap ko pero hindi lahat madaling gawin. Pero dahil sa sipag at tyaga, naitatawid din.”

Neri said fear will be the first enemy to throw you off your game when it comes to starting your business, saying that if you don’t execute an idea, it will remain a dream.

“Sayang naman kung di mo susubukan. Magtiwala ka sa sarili mo na kaya mo. Importante yan. Kahit ano pa ang sabihin ng iba na di ka magiging successful, na babagsak ka lang, push yourself more,” she said. “Patunayan mo sa sarili mo na kaya mo. Wala kang kailangang patunayan sa kanila. Sa sarili mo lang.”

She concluded by answering some doubts of people when it comes to starting a business, including having money and business background.

“Ang tanong mo lang dyan, bakit hindi mo pa na uumpisahan ang pangarap at plano mo sa buhay? Walang pera? Mag ipon! Walang alam? Mag aral! Takot? Parte yan! Mahirap? May madali ba sa buhay? Maghanap ng solusyon, bawal na ang excuses kung talagang gusto mong umasenso sa buhay. Kung kaya ng iba, mas kaya mo!” she ended her post, accompanied by hashtags #WaisNaMisis, #WaisKahitDiPaMisis, and #WaisNaMommies.

In the comments section, a netizen said Neri can tell all those inspiring words because she gets her business capital through her husband, Parokya Ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda, while questioning if all people can get capital for business.

Neri refuted the netizen’s claim, saying she never asked money from her husband.

“3k lang po ang naging puhunan ko. Never akong nanghingi ng pera sa asawa ko,” she answered.

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