Monthly Archives: July 2013

on Foreign Investors

Photo Credit: Idobi In high school, I remember my friend mentioning foreign investors in a cautious tone.  Because of him, I’ve learned to view them in the same light.  But let’s qualify that. Foreign investment has benefited many nations with … Continue reading

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I wanted to write a post on Leadership after reading about Jim Skinner of McDonald’s, from Fortune magazine.  It’s uncanny that I read about him in May and then he just resigned last month. Photo Credit: Giorgio Martini Anyway, Jim … Continue reading

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Mistakes II

I participated in the EDSA II Revolution. It was an incredible, unforgettable experience.  It became one big street party that lasted for days. Photo Credit: I was making myself heard and collectively, those of us there had the power … Continue reading

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No Place Like Manila

Photo Credit: Pinoy Kollektor I remember one of my friends from high school telling me that Manila used the be the “Paris of Asia” and I was like, “What the hell is he talking about?”  At that time, I had … Continue reading

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