What If Leadership Meant Learning?

One day I was at home, inside the house, and my younger brother, about four years younger than me was playing soccer with some neighborhood kids outside. Some of those kids were also my friends and of the same age. I was about 12 years old I think. But then, I heard loud cheering noises … Continue reading What If Leadership Meant Learning?

The Importance of Diversification

If you are one of those employers who like to hire only people that look like you, dress like you, think like you, walk and talk like you, same race like you, came where you are from, and all that, allow me to remind you of the importance of diversification. You might have learned about … Continue reading The Importance of Diversification

Lessons Learned From the Art of Persuasion and Making Sales

If you look at my resume, you will see a background in Pharmacy, Marketing, Accounting, and Finance, and yet none of them are my passion. Those are just the paths I took to realize my true passion which is being an entrepreneur, a published author and writer, to teach and have a voice in writing, and public … Continue reading Lessons Learned From the Art of Persuasion and Making Sales

Get a Fish Net, and Learn to Fish

A friend of mine a month ago Whats-app and asked me what’s my shoe size so that she could buy me shoes. She knows that I love shoes and that’s why she wanted to buy me shoes as a gift again this time around. It’s not the first time for my friend to buy me … Continue reading Get a Fish Net, and Learn to Fish

Communication is a Two-way Street

There was this time I used to really misunderstand a colleague and a manager I used to work with. Our HQ was in another country therefore most of our communication would be through email, Skype, and sometimes through cell phone. Basically he would write something to me through email, and it would sound somehow displeasing … Continue reading Communication is a Two-way Street

The Importance of Delegating

  Delegation is a skill that must be applied and properly used, or else we may not be as much as effective and successful as we want too in our lives. The basis of delegation is to free us to do what we are best at, and focus on our zone of geniuses and talents. … Continue reading The Importance of Delegating

Working in Teams and Good Teamwork

Let’s read first the book of Mark chapter 3 verses 13 to 19 from the New International Bible version (Mark 3:13-19 NIV). And this is what it says, “Jesus went up on a mountainside and called to Him those He wanted, and they came to Him. He appointed twelve that they might be with Him … Continue reading Working in Teams and Good Teamwork

There is no Shortcut to Greatness

“Then James and John, the sons of Zebedee, came to Him. “Teacher,” they said, “we want You to do for us whatever we ask.” “What do you want me to do for you?” He asked.  They replied, “Let one of us sit at your right and the other at your left in Your glory.” “You … Continue reading There is no Shortcut to Greatness

Servant Leadership

Honestly, I am a kind of person if I see something in someone that is of good example, I may not have the gut sometimes to compliment in person, but I will surely notice it, and try to find an indirect way to let that person know. I have been very lucky to have some … Continue reading Servant Leadership