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Year of the Fire Monkey: Predictions For Your Career in 2016

We've finally finished the first month of 2016 (that was fast!), and we're pretty much overwhelmed with how January turned out to be. Let's just say it was a mixture of crazy, hectic good and bad days. Don't be discouraged though because if you're part of the Filipino-Chinese community, or at the very least, follow Chinese astrology,  you still have time to plan the direction of your lives this year as the Chinese New Year is fast approaching. So, before you say that this might not be your ye

The Newbie's Guide to Working in Makati

Before there was Bonifacio Global City (BGC), there was Makati City. Its famed Ayala Avenue was, and still is, a favorite corporate playground and one of the most sought-after business addresses of the Baby Boomers and the Millennials. In the past decades, Makati City has become a household name for career success, as more and more multinational companies and top businesses take root here. The Makati Central Business District (CBD) is home to over 62,000 establishments with leading business p

What I Learned From AlDub About Work Ethic

If you haven't heard of AlDub, there is a good chance that you actually live under a rock. The noontime supercouple has taken social media [http://www.rappler.com/technology/social-media/105153-aldub-community-viral] (and the EDSA billboard scene) by storm and it's safe to say that they'll be around for a while. What started out as an Eat Bulaga segment turned into a cult of followers watching, waiting for the couple's budding romance to unfold. The AlDub craze has spread all over the world [ht

Why Being Smart Isn't Enough to Make You Successful

When you think about people who are successful, what's the first thing that comes to mind? "Oh, he graduated magna cum laude in UP Diliman, kasi," or "She got a scholarship for an MBA abroad, that's why she's on top." It's easy to think that success only happens to people with brains, which inevitably leaves the rest of us in the dust—sometimes. But new research from Stanford University would think otherwise. Stanford University psychology professor Carol Dweck has spent most of her career st

Year of the Fire Monkey: Predictions For Your Career in 2016

We've finally finished the first month of 2016 (that was fast!), and we're pretty much overwhelmed with how January turned out to be. Let's just say it was a mixture of crazy, hectic good and bad days. Don't be discouraged though because if you're part of the Filipino-Chinese community, or at the very least, follow Chinese astrology,  you still have time to plan the direction of your lives this year as the Chinese New Year is fast approaching. So, before you say that this might not be your ye

The Newbie's Guide to Working in Makati

Before there was Bonifacio Global City (BGC), there was Makati City. Its famed Ayala Avenue was, and still is, a favorite corporate playground and one of the most sought-after business addresses of the Baby Boomers and the Millennials. In the past decades, Makati City has become a household name for career success, as more and more multinational companies and top businesses take root here. The Makati Central Business District (CBD) is home to over 62,000 establishments with leading business p

What I Learned From AlDub About Work Ethic

If you haven't heard of AlDub, there is a good chance that you actually live under a rock. The noontime supercouple has taken social media [http://www.rappler.com/technology/social-media/105153-aldub-community-viral] (and the EDSA billboard scene) by storm and it's safe to say that they'll be around for a while. What started out as an Eat Bulaga segment turned into a cult of followers watching, waiting for the couple's budding romance to unfold. The AlDub craze has spread all over the world [ht

Why Being Smart Isn't Enough to Make You Successful

When you think about people who are successful, what's the first thing that comes to mind? "Oh, he graduated magna cum laude in UP Diliman, kasi," or "She got a scholarship for an MBA abroad, that's why she's on top." It's easy to think that success only happens to people with brains, which inevitably leaves the rest of us in the dust—sometimes. But new research from Stanford University would think otherwise. Stanford University psychology professor Carol Dweck has spent most of her career st

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