When I was in High School I remember our teacher in English asked us the difference between wish and want and when to use them accordingly. At that time, we thought we can use it anytime we want because they have the same meaning or shall I say they convey the same context. However, she […]
Hey! so I am following this Filipino teleserye (television series) of ABS-CBN called Ngayon at Kailanman. The story is cliche and predictable, the plot is very common like about rich versus poor, greed, deceit, and family feud but I’m still following it for entertainment (I’m so defensive on that part hahahaha). But this post is […]
With financial intelligence, it provides you more options and avoids obstacles, therefore, mitigating your risk as well. Life is like a game, we always gamble but if you are financially literate you play strategically.
Leaders are like shepherds, they tend or guide the herd to keep them away from any danger and to make sure that they are eating well. Leaders help the team or organization do the right stuff by setting direction, inspiring the members, look for opportunities, resolve problems and sometimes they are also a catalyst for […]
Last week I patiently line in a long queue for Comelec’s registration for this 2016 Presidential Election. But based on my observation I think I have to expect that my high hopes for a better election next year will just bring me frustration and disappointment. I went to the main office of Comelec to register […]
Be mature enough to accept rejections and failures.
In our daily encounter with life sometimes we stumble hard moments that we can say “life fucks me hard dude!” but instead of mingling, moving life backward and staying on it I personally realize that it is actually an opportunity for us to grow. Here are the 5 things that I have thought after all […]
We cannot learn without experiencing pain.
Success isn’t about how much money you make; it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives. -Michelle Obama
Do not educate your children to be rich. Educate them to be happy. So when they grow up, they’ll know the value of things, not the price.