Don’t quit now. Finish the race. Be that great successful person you are destined to be.
According to Napoleon Hill, most great people have attained their greatest success just one step beyond their greatest failure. If you have had your missteps and stumbles lately, you are just a door away from your biggest opportunity.
If there’s one lesson young adults ought to learn, it should be Maturity: maturity in loving. Maturity not to be bitter when things do not work out. Maturity to understand that life could be unfair, and maturity not to make things worse.
Let’s accept it. Life is sometimes fair, and sometimes it is not.
The years go by and we learn that life throws us enough challenges for us to overcome. We level up in maturity and wisdom as we face each challenge squarely. The trick is not to run away but to use each and every talent God has given us to overcome life’s curve balls. The bonus? We get more learnings which are turned into additional weapons or tools to face life the next day.
The concept of a Pay-per-use air-conditioner is now possible in the Philippines — via IoT — the Internet of Things.
In a talk by Earl Qua, VGice President of top Philippine semiconductor company Ionics EMS, during the PSECE 2016 conference, he said that this business model is now in the works through a partnership with Concepcion Industries.
IoT is a framework that consolidates various machine-to-machine technologies that links them together through the Internet. This connection with machines — a.k.a. things — allows for a seamless and faster movement of data that brings better analytics for companies to be able to deliver more cost-effective ways to sell to customers.
Narito na muli ang June 12 — Araw ng Kalayaan ng Pilipinas mula sa mga mananakop noon na Amerikano (at Kastila). Naisip kong nararapat lamang na may maisulat akong piyesa para sa mahalagang araw na ito, na sana’y tumimo sa mga kabataan at tinaguriang milenyo (millennials). Heto na po.
In a Facebook post, former DENR Secretary Mike Defensor shared his thoughts on the announcement of Presumptive President Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte on a plan to put four leftists on his cabinet.
Understandably, reactions on social media were quite mixed. With a nation divided by various dialects, ideologies, and religions for decades and even centuries, today’s so called millennials may have a common ground on, “why not?” for the sake of peace.
THE office is one place where millennials and Gen Xers come together. But differences in perspectives can make the workplace a battleground, filled with frustration and confusion. How do millennials and Gen Xers see themselves and each other?
In the 1940′s, a series of political jokes always began with “You have two cows…”
To explain the various types of socio-econimic systems the world currently has, Visual.ly brilliantly crafted an infographic to depict them. It has become successful and so popular that it made the rounds of social media — especially for the financially literate.