Trade barriers have fallen. The only barriers left are the barriers you have in your mind.
Why I consider myself in social entrepreneurship? Because I am in the business of building people.
Full time employment or be a Solopreneur? The right choice will be determined by your purpose, moral support of family and money in the bank.
The mark of a true entrepreneur is having the courage to rise above adversity- John Gokongwei Jr.
I hope to blog about John Gokongwei’s life and inspiration in the future. Mean time, I hope this value adding quote will inspire you
Being a mentor myself, this quote caught my attention. I find it worthy to have a have a place in this blog
Another value adding quotes from Filipino entrepreneurs, this time on the subject of talent management
As expected, the “Ube” (Purple) Fire Engine parked near our building is gearing for action. This fire truck is maintained by a private company and being commandeered by volunteer firemen who are employees or staffs of Eng Bee Tin, a known “hopia” and chinese deli factory in the Philippines
Here’s a collection of quotes about “passion” from well known Filipino Entrepreneurs.
I can tell you right now that when you have your own business, 24 hours is not enough. You need hard work to keep your business going
Satisfying customers make every business thrive. Here’s what are Pinoy Entrepreneurs have to say about customer happiness.
Entrepreneurs have tendency to focus too much on their business that they end up neglecting other aspects of their life, specially those that matters most.
Here’s a collection of quotes about “innovation” from respected and well known Filipino Entrepreneurs
We read or heard one or two definitions of success. But let’s contextualize our understanding with these success quotes from Filipino Entrepreneurs
I bumped into this article from the company’s intranet portal, effort has been made to provide the URL of the article from Philstar but unsuccessful.