Category Archives: Pera-isipan

Diversity

Impact of cultural diversity in the workplace

Tuesday, 26 April 2016 | Written by
Diversity

“Strength lies in differences, not in similarities” ― Stephen R. Covey Cultural diversity may refer to gender, age, race, religion, socio-economic background, ethic group, personality, educational attainment, learning styles, work habits, expertise, organization responsibilities, tenure, and more.

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Things you need to do before investing

Monday, 25 April 2016 | Written by
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We all want to invest. We all want to grow and multiply our money. We want our money to work for us. However, investing always involve a risk and reward. Risk because you might lose the money you invested and reward because you can make your money work for you. So before you invest your money, here are the things…Read More »

gossip

Dealing with Office Gossip

Sunday, 24 April 2016 | Written by
gossip

Dealing with office gossip can really be nasty especially if you are the subject matter. But when we are not the object of ridicule, there is something about loose chatter that is so attractive. We just easily accept it as fact when we hear a juicy item and completely forget that it can hurt others… or that we can be…Read More »

Digital wallet

Digital wallet payment system

Saturday, 23 April 2016 | Written by
Digital wallet

Digital wallet, also referred to as mobile money, mobile payment, e-money, or digital money refers to online payment services made using mobile or other electronic devices. It’s a modern alternative payment method that eliminates the need to present the usual cash, check, debit card, or credit card. This mode of payment is increasingly becoming popular and catching up with buyers.

car key

Economy Wars II: Brand New or Second Hand Car? (Part 2 of 2)

Friday, 22 April 2016 | Written by
car key

Part 1 here. One of the reasons why Second Hand Cars (SHC) are considered the underdog is maintenance.  SHC that’s bought from people or institutions you don’t personally know or whose driving and car maintenance habits are as clear to you as mud, then there’s a higher risk of your car needing serious repairs sooner than expected.  This can make…Read More »

car key

Economy Wars II:  Brand New or Second Hand Car? (Part 1 of 2)

Thursday, 21 April 2016 | Written by
car key

Just about anybody’s bucket list includes having their very own car, one that they can really call their own.  Well, at least anybody who still doesn’t have their own car – and anybody who doesn’t have their own car who lives in Metro Manila.  With the very efficient mass transport system that we have here in the Metro, driving in…Read More »

fight exhaustion

How to survive your work day when you feel exhausted

Wednesday, 20 April 2016 | Written by
fight exhaustion

Do you often struggle to get out of bed because you lack energy? At the middle of the day, you find yourself stifling a yawn? You feel so tired that you find it hard to concentrate during meetings. It usually takes all your effort to get through a typical workday. If you always feel worn out, your productivity and efficiency…Read More »

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What is Time?

Tuesday, 19 April 2016 | Written by
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Time is one of the most taken for granted intangible item we have. Not all know that time is very important and that wasting time often results to massive loss. What really is time? According to Wikipedia, time is the indefinite continued progression existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. There were…Read More »

grocery

Economy Wars I:  Bulk Vs. Tingi (Retail)

Friday, 8 April 2016 | Written by
grocery

When I was a kid, which was like 10 years ago (kidding!), I would accompany my mom to the public market to buy food for the week ahead.  One of the most memorable things about such times was when she would negotiate for lower prices – “tawad” in local speak.  Most vendors she’d negotiate with would meet her in the…Read More »

Facing fears

Fears that prevent small businesses from growing

Thursday, 7 April 2016 | Written by
Facing fears

Business fears often became a hindrance to success. Fears can hold you back and prevent you from growing and reaching your business goals. Edgar “Injap” Sia II, founder of grilled chicken franchise Mang Inasal and co-founder of real estate firm DoubleDragon Properties shared on Entrepreneur.com that he believes in dealing with issues from the very beginning so he could properly…Read More »

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