Last Saturday, March 28, 2009, I went to SM Mall of Asia to join the Earth Hour 2009 Philippines, and showed my support to increase awareness about climate change. This is of course in addition to the numerous text messages (or SMS) I sent inviting fellow Filipinos to switch off their non-essential lights, or dim those lights, or change to a lower watts light.
I took photos of the event and some short videos which you will see inside…
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A few days ago, I came across a blog post about How to Ruin Your Brand, which is about Boyet Fajardo.
Being a geek & nerd, I do not know who Boyet Fajardo is and I don’t care at all. I am just not into fashion, I’m happy as a child to have clothes to wear because deep inside I know how many people doesn’t have any decent clothes (whether it’s their fault or not). So I am happy with what I have.
But the post got me curious so I read…
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Many of us are fond of taking tests and quizzes found online for fun but we fail to realize that there are real tests out there when it comes to personality typing.
We have the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter-II, two of the most popular today. I always include my MBTI and KTS in my resume or CV, just in-case the company I’m applying for understands the importance of the Jungian Psychology.
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Many people entered the profession of “leadership” and few were successful. They did so because they had a mission, a vision, a dream, and a goal. But twelve months down the road it all failed, their energy and time wasted.
Then we ask, “What went wrong?”
There are many answers and factors why a leader fails and why the organization failed. But today, I want to concentrate on the leaders themselves – they are the ones who build up the group and keep the group moving. However, what makes a good leader? What must YOU, the leader, do to be successful?
Continue reading My Top 10 Tips for Good Leadership