Category Archives: Pera-isipan

personal finance

Personal Rules for Personal Finances (Part 2 of 2)

Thursday, 31 March 2016 | Written by
personal finance

Part 1 here. NEEDS VS. WANTS More than just the spelling, these two words are worlds apart when it comes to meaning.  Yet, many people can’t seem to tell the difference between the two.  Why?  It’s not because their brains don’t understand it – they perfectly do!  The problem is the other brain that usually takes over – the heart!

personal finance

Personal Rules for Personal Finances (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 | Written by
personal finance

The Law applies to all, otherwise none at all.” – Former Manila Mayor Fred Lim As much as our culture seems to abhor any semblance of strict implementation of laws due to memories of martial law, the law is actually a good thing. It becomes bad only when used by really bad people for their advantage.

Fight boredom

How to turn your boring job around

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 | Written by
Fight boredom

Countless people are out there looking for a job. You should consider yourself lucky to have one. Don’t let a boring job drive you to quit your work. Here are some tips that may help turn your boring job around.

wedding finance

Personal finance for married couples

Monday, 28 March 2016 | Written by
wedding finance

When two people unite, the two become one. Not only will there be a physical union, there will also be a marriage of their personal finance. Both of them co-own each other’s assets. I remember a friend (who is not saving at all) who once told me that he will start saving only when he is married because his income…Read More »

spending

Bad Spending Habits of Most Filipinos Today

Sunday, 27 March 2016 | Written by
spending

Most of us Filipinos just want to enjoy ourselves. We want to experience what life has to offer. We want to buy things that make us happy. We want to experience things that will satisfy our belongingness. Some say that you cannot bring your wealth to your grave when you died and that is why Y.O.L.O or You Only Live…Read More »

Toxic worker

How to deal with different types of toxic co-workers

Saturday, 26 March 2016 | Written by
Toxic worker

Patty, a merchandising officer has been with the company for six years. She never complained about her work. In fact, she enjoys what she does. She gets along with her manager and colleagues. Everything seemed perfect until her boss introduced a new member in their team. Patty’s world suddenly turned upside down. In her mind, she calls him the “colleague…Read More »

investment

Foundations for Investing

Friday, 25 March 2016 | Written by
investment

Lots of new buildings – high rise ones at that – continue to sprout like mushrooms in Metro Manila and other key cities all over the Philippines.  One thing you’ll notice is they do seem to grow like mushrooms – they “grow up” relatively fast.  But what you may have not noticed is how long the buildings were actually constructed. …Read More »

graduation

After Graduation, Now What?

Thursday, 24 March 2016 | Written by
graduation

March is the traditional month of graduation for students. Graduation, especially for college, marks the end of the academic journey of a student beginning with age five. Realistically, graduation is just the beginning. What we learned from school for the past twenty years will be put to practice in the real corporate world. All the things we have done in…Read More »

Firefighter

5 Tips to Protect your Business from Fires

Thursday, 10 March 2016 | Written by
Firefighter

Despite being celebrated as the Fire Prevention Month, March has more fires recorded than any other month of the year. Heralding the start of the Summer or dry months, March is often characterized by a certain dryness in the air and this lack of moisture often lead to dry plants and fields, making areas more susceptible to fires. Having been…Read More »

Customer satisfaction

Measuring customer satisfaction

Monday, 7 March 2016 | Written by
Customer satisfaction

Customer satisfaction is a term widely used in marketing to refer to the degree to which customers are happy with the products and services provided by a business. Customer satisfaction is an important factor in the success of a business especially when there is strong competition. It is a leading indicator of consumer repeat purchase intentions and customer loyalty.

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