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Why We Often Struggle With Material Things

Hot sports car, a huge sub­ur­ban home, a toned body, high­er edu­ca­tion, six-pack abs, an ele­gant wed­ding, an expen­sive cloth­ing, top-of-the-line gad­gets, and lux­u­ri­ous trav­el. What do these things have in com­mon? They are all mate­r­i­al things that we often want to have…

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My IMG Convention Experience

Abra­ham Lin­coln once said, “The best way to pre­dict the future is to cre­ate it.” Last week­end, a friend invit­ed me to attend IMG’s Gala Night and Whole Day Train­ing at Mall Of Asia SMX Con­ven­tion Cen­ter. But hon­est­ly, I’m not get used to attend­ing con­ven­tions like…

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What The Richest Man In Babylon Taught Me About Luck

I firm­ly don’t believe in luck not just because the Bible was clear­ly por­trayed it as a lack of faith in God, but there’s more rea­son for it. I used to believe in luck because my fam­i­ly or my par­ents and grand­par­ents believed in it. I remem­ber when I was young, my…

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Where Do Broken Hearts Go?

It is not yet Valen­tines Sea­son to write about this sort of thing but it seems love is always in the air. We have those friends who are hugotero and hugotera (per­sons with deep pro­found say­ings about love) that makes it eas­i­er for us to laugh beyond our pain. It is…

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Live in the Present

Last week, I just deliv­ered anoth­er speech project in our Toast­mas­ters Club. I talked about the Inter­net of Things and how the world and economies are shift­ing to a fast-paced envi­ron­ment and how big cor­po­ra­tions are invest­ing a lot in the inter­net and tech­nol­o­gy that…

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Living in an Empty Pocket

Dur­ing the time when I was rent­ing an apart­ment some­where in Makati, my usu­al rou­tine for a week was to leave home either Mon­day or Tues­day. I know now how it feels like miss­ing home because when I’m home, there was a plen­ty of food,  and I don’t have to wor­ry about…

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Forgiving the Unforgivable

Have you for­giv­en a per­son that hurts you so much that you promised to your­self you won’t for­give him or her  till your very  last breath? If yes, that was awe­some, if not, I hope and pray that the moment you are read­ing this, you would re-think to rec­on­cile with this…

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Pokemon Go and Life

Being born as a mil­len­ni­al in 90’s, I’ve been an avid fan of Poke­mon. I remem­ber when I was young, me and my broth­er was so excit­ed to go home after school just to watch this car­toon show, and togeth­er with our friends, we used to sing it’s song and played the role of…

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