Fill the Missing Link

I believe in the power of *Fill the Missing Link*. After 20+ years of being employed, I decided to become independent and self-employed. It is so much different being self-employed from being employed. For exmple, being employed, the company brand is already there and will be given, regardless you like it or not. But, being self-employed, you must get one. "Fill the Missing Link" describes my belief and basic concept.


No matter what you do, even being employed or self-employed, life is like solving "zigsaw puzzle". You hope to have whole picture completed, but there is always a missing part. You do not want to give up your attempt, so you end up continuing to "Fill the Missing Link". If you "find the right piece of puzzle", you can "Fill the Missing Link". Then you see better picture of completed image, your picture will step ahead for completion. Or it becomes easier to find the next missing piece.

It seems to me that this theory applies not just for daily conduct, but for life or living. We have something missing for our entire life. But, we cannot leave them to be missing and open. We continue to find someone, something which can fill your missing part.

Either in life or in business, we all need someone who can help you "Finding a Piece of Puzzle" and "Filling the Missing Link". I would love to help you finding the piece and "Fill Your Missing Link". This is my goal of life and goal of my company's business. This "Fill the Missing Link" is not just concept. You will find this can be effective methodology for improvement of your daily conduct or life.

Here is the link for more information on this "Fill the Missing Link".

http://zheninternational.blogspot.com/2008/11/fill-missing-link_14.html

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