As we get our well-deserved rest during the holidays, it might be a good idea to pause and think about how we can improve the way we work for next […]Continue reading
The Foreign Language of Financial Literacy
What is the official language of the Philippines? Your answer would be Filipino, right? You’re correct. But did you know that English is also considered an official language of the […]Continue reading
Let’s Get Honest About Our Money Problems
Struggling to budget and manage finances is common — but talking honestly and openly about it isn’t. Why do we hide our problems around money? In this thoughtful, personal talk, […]Continue reading
What is Imposter Syndrome and How Can You Combat It?
On more than a few occasions, I’ve met talented people who can’t seem to realize their full potential. But not because there’s lack of opportunities for them, but because they […]Continue reading
Are You a Specialist or a Multipotentialite?
In my speaking engagements, I normally share the story of how I used to be a civil engineer who decided to become an entrepreneur, and later on a financial planner. […]Continue reading
Entrepreneurship Lessons from a 16-Year-Old Inventor
Sixty percent of people with dementia wander off, especially at night, causing much stress for both patients and caregivers. Today, I’d like you to meet Kenneth Shinozuka, a teen inventor […]Continue reading
The Author of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ Talks About Failure After Success, And Why It’s Okay
Elizabeth Gilbert was once a struggling waitress. For six years she had no success as a writer, that is until her book ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ became a global bestseller. From […]Continue reading
On Japan, Chinese Doctors, and the World Map
The way we think and view the world is mostly a product of the environment we grew up in. But that doesn’t mean we are limited to what we see, […]Continue reading
What’s the Perfect Experience? This Industrial Designer Has a Great Answer.
A went to the house of a friend the other day. When I got there, he texted me that he just went out for awhile and will be back in […]Continue reading
How Two Decisions Made In Five Minutes Changed One Life
We make decisions everyday. The first one – whether we should get up and start our day, or stay “five more minutes” laying on our bed. How did you make […]Continue reading
This Video Will Make You Look At Stress In A Different Way
We don’t like stress, especially work-related stress. And studies have already shown that stress is connected to a lot of health problems such as diabetes, heart ailments, clinical depression and […]Continue reading
Lisa Bu: How Books Can Open Your Mind
When was the last time you read a book? I’d congratulate you if you’re reading one now or just recently finished one. For most of my friends, and many others […]Continue reading