Thinking about your New Year’s resolution may be the first thing that challenges you. Setting a goal tries to keep you abreast of your current capability and capacity. Sharing your plans to your friends excites you. What really happens is that you think and write the resolutions and goals, then forget about them after a … Continue reading Turn Your 2013 Resolutions Into Goals and Summons
Many companies like Facebook are results of disruption. But we need a new revolution. It’s not a war that some lawyers, friends and colleagues think the way it is. Since U.S. President Obama was first elected, he mentioned several times that he wants manufacturing back to the U.S. We all know that the manufacturing industry … Continue reading Why We Need A New Revolution
To start off, social media must conceive with a concept… We watch the UAAP and the NCAA basketball games. We analyze who the strongest team is in the upcoming season. We talk about the players who are coming in and graduating from the leagues as well as the coaches who are in red alert and … Continue reading Social Media At The Right Time: “The Love for Basketball and The Internet Nuptial”
Changing the mindset doesn’t necessarily mean changing the culture. It is a way of re-engineering one’s tacit knowledge and steering his explicit knowledge with a specific purpose. Wanting to change the world is easy to say but overwhelming to think. An urgent call to change the society challenges the people from different walks of life. … Continue reading Changing The Mindset
It’s nothing more amazing than meeting and talking to other people, listening to their opinions and different views, figuring out what’s important to them, and envisaging the dreams they share. Regardless if they’re telling the truth or not, the consequences happen when actions are pursued. Nevertheless, it’s still entertaining! It depends on how you … Continue reading So What Happened?
Started the year right with Prayer and Fasting (“Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do amazing things among you.” Joshua 3:5). I honestly say that I asked God’s provision for the year ahead. I primarily prayed for the continued guidance of our businesses, excellence in health, and wonderful relationships. In as early as the … Continue reading Started the Year Right with Fun
For those who are lurkers, artists (and feeling artists), creative (and feeling creative), new startup founders, service providers, crazy ones, rockstars (and wannabe rockstars), confused, lazy to set personal goals, hate new year’s resolutions, rich and not famous, cool professors, afraid to start a new beginning, newly grads, about to get married but no job … Continue reading Roadmap for 2012: Personal Branding and The S-Curve of Life