The Mindset of an Entrepreneur
Philippine Economy is Weathering High Inflation
There is nothing good in surging inflation. When prices of basic items rise, it erodes the purchasing power of consumers. But I believe high prices are temporary—they will go down in the near future and restore the currency’s lost purchasing power.
Seek Your Bliss
A phenomenon amplified by the pandemic is the so-called great resignation. It refers to the extraordinary number of employees quitting their jobs starting 2021. While primarily driven by the pandemic, experts noted that its roots can be traced way before Covid-19 hit the globe and upended everything we know about life.
Badge of Honor
Andres Bonifacio was born 159 years ago on the 30th of November 1863. That was a long time ago and the circumstances were radically different. But somehow Bonifacio’s thoughts and writings still remain true today. Let us celebrate Bonifacio Day by reflecting on some of his words. I have learned in life that the answers to the many deep questions we have can be found in the past.
News About MBV
Manny Villar Among Forbes' 'Heroes of Philanthropy'
MANILA, Philippines — Billionaire businessman and former senator Manny Villar was hailed as one of Forbes Asia’s “Heroes of Philanthropy” for the year 2020, which highlighted outstanding 15 altruists in the Asia-Pacific region.
No Private Jets or Fancy Cars for Manny Villar – 5 Ways the Philippines’ Richest Man and Former Presidential Candidate Lives Modestly
Once an impoverished child who sold seafood, now the Filipino tycoon behind the Villar Group is worth US$5.6 billion through his interests in real estate, malls, hospitality and education – but he stills flies cabin, drives a Toyota and works remotely from a coffee shop.