13 Ways to Attract Success and Seriously Win at Life
A question was randomly asked online through Quora [https://www.quora.com/What-would-people-advise-a-hypothetical-22-year-old-college-graduate-to-do-with-his-or-her-life/?link=anchortext] on what would people advise a 22-year-old fresh graduate to do with his/her life assuming he/she could do anything, and while there were many who answered the question well, it was Evan Asano, CEO and founder of marketing company Mediakix.com [http://mediakix.com/], that gave one of the most profound respons
Parañaque Is Looking For You: Jobs In Ayala Automotive, BPI, and Koppel!
Metro Manila isn’t the only place bustling with jobs. Cebu City is getting bigger, and it needs a lot of great talent to help support its growth. Check out these jobs in Cebu City:Ayala Automotive Group —Sales Executive (Honda Cars Manila Bay) Ayala Automotive Group, with corporate name, AC Automotive Business Services, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ayala Corporation. It is the shared services provider for the following Ayala Automotive companies: - Honda Cars Makati, Inc. (Branches: Mak
Why This Young Filipino Left the Corporate Life for Government
As a young man studying Economics and Finance in De La Salle University, Francis Roque, or Frocks, as his friends call him, has always been an active student, both in academics and extracurricular activities. With his desire and drive to create change and being the change in the community, he simply knew, early on, that he was going to be a civil servant at some point in his life.Now, Frocks is a 26-year-old Project Manager of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center, a sector of the Philippi
6 Career Lessons We Can Learn From "A Second Chance"
Eight years ago, we were introduced to One More Chance, and it broke the Philippine box office records (and our hearts). This year, we were given A Second Chance, and Popoy and Basha did again. This time, teaching us all about the ups and downs of married life, achieving goals, and building a career around them. They delivered all the hugot lines we were expecting (and much more) but this time, they taught us a thing or two about how to make it work at work. Here are six things we can learn f