Do 1000% Platonic Friendships Exist?

I HAD A FEW GUY BEST FRIENDS IN MY LIFE I was fortunate to have a few guy best friends at different times who came into my life. When we met, we just clicked. We shared the same wavelengths. For one or two, we shared similar interests. We could talk for hours and hours about […]

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Life Lesson: When a Son Brings His Family Deep in Debt

The source of drama this week was care of my daughter’s yaya (babysitter). Our yaya is hre family’s breadwinner and supports her Mindoro-based unemployed husband and her five male children, one of whom is already working in Batangas. The eldest is 21 years old and is working in a feeds factory in Batangas. Yaya was […]

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Why is Social Business and Entrepreneurship the Next Big Thing by Dr. Sadia Kibria

Why are businesses failing? Socialpreneurship is the next big thing. Where is the next life cycle in a business? What makes a brand livable? Microsoft announced that they will be carbon negative by 2030. And by 2050, all the carbon emissions they gave since 1975 will be eliminated. They will use Microsoft technology for customers […]

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Super Intelligence: Inspire your Marketing by Salvador “Salvarock” Lopez

Designing your Customer’s Emotions in the Key of Rock Is Marketing more of an art or a science? Marketing is more of an art with strategy. Some of the biggest businesses in the world got there by intuition. Musicians work with emotions. 95% of all human decisions are taken in the realm of the unconscious […]

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10 Things That Kept Me Busy During the ECQ

Over the last month, our family has spent a lot of quality time with each other as we generally followed through the government mandated Expanded Community Quarantine (ECQ). 1. I worked… The first two weeks, I closed the 2019 ledgers which are long overdue. I never got the chance to do this before since I’ve […]

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My 1st Time at the Salcedo Auctions

Last March 14, Saturday, I was fortunate enough to attend the Salcedo Auction‘s Important Philippine Art Auction that was held at the NEX Tower. There were around 202 items that were to be auctioned, and many of the works of the great masters were up for auction. My father was a great lover of art, […]

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Highly Recommended: Hapag MNL, A Celebration of Filipino Tastes in a Pretty and Organic Package

For our post-Valentine’s Day date, hubby and I tried out a new private dining restaurant in Katipunan. To be honest, I’ve been trying to het a reservation at Toyo Eatery but their times are always inconvenient, so it was very lucky for us to see Hapag MNL open. The Hapag MNL team was very responsive […]

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Highly Recommended: 10 Locations in One Day via the Beautiful Tanay Group Tour

I enlisted the Tanay Group Tour for our company outing this year. My father-in-law said that Tanay was very similar to Baguio, and looking at the photos, I was intrigued by the fact that a slew of activities can be done in just one day. We departed Manila on time at 4am. It was still […]

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10 Things I Love About Davao City

I have just returned from a brief trip to Davao, and these are the things I love about the city. 1. The taxis are pretty honest. Compared to Manila’s dinky taxis, most drivers here use the meter and don’t get you lost to charge more money. If they overcharge you, you can report them to […]

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