Showing posts from March, 2014

See What This Telco Did To Change These Families' Lives Forever [Short Film]

Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) will be remembered forever as a catalyst to global cooperation. Thousands of families have lost not only their homes but their lives and their families from the catastrophe that is why it makes my heart warm to be part of the launching of Globe Tattoo Village in Ormoc, Leyte.

Graced by the presence and support of Globe ambassadors, Georgina Wilson, Liz Uy and Mars Miranda, blessed families at Barangay Tambulilid can wake up to a new home soon.

With the mobilization and operational capabilities in community building by Gawad Kalinga, we can only hope that the partnership will spark a stronger, better Leyte and the rest of the country. Enjoy the short film!

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What Happens When Kids Are Taught The Basics of Fire Safety

For 10 days across different schools in the operating area of VECO, the electric service provider to Metro Cebu conducted enjoyable seminars to fifth graders aimed at fire safety, education against kite flying, personal defense, and practical first aid treatment. The Fire Safety Caravan fortifies the fact that kids learn when they have fun, understand its relevance and when they have complete hands-on experience. Enjoy the short film featuring the kids from Mandaue City Central School!

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#JayseeBlabs Closer Look on Corporate Social Responsibility For a firm that monopolizes a utility service, VECO as a brand is never perceived as an evil capitalist mainly because they genuinely care about their customers by having numerous activities, benefit programs and marketing strategy such as this. It is a mantra that is passed on from generation to generation that every enterprise, big or small, should give back to its community. Implementin…

Winning Against Yourself: Chasing Happiness

I have this practice of setting my expectations so low so I won't be disappointed and setting standards high because I deserve the best. Applying them to everyday situations is a balancing act but my point is for you to be an extremist to get the most out of every experience. I eat risks for breakfast that's why. hehe Apparently, that is my key to happiness.

Chronic stress has affected most people around me to the point that their careers and health has suffered, relationships in the family disintegrated and everything else eventually tumbled down. I must confess, I am workaholic too, and I am proud admitting that because I am truly happy with everything I do. 

But I always make it to a point to respect my body and to place restrictions on what tasks I can commit, events I can attend, gatherings I can grace, and projects I can start. There are so many things we must and can do yet this world never stops to present opportunities that constantly keep us on edge, keep us awake. Exp…

Through Loving Yourself The Most

It is no secret that we face adversaries of different degrees on a daily basis and there is only one reason to rise a million times, we actually have no choice but to... live. We owe it to our Creator to become better version of ourselves, to be happy and to be prosperous. 

That principle has been etched into my soul for quite a long time now, to the point that it was the first word I tattooed to myself. I don't even suggest you get one unless you fully understand the risks that it will cost your family, career and future plans. I could go on detailing the very moments that I've kept hidden to the world that ultimately lead me to do the unthinkable, but I'd rather not. Because I want you to go on your own personal journey and reconsider the very reasons why you live to this day. 

It has always been my cause to bring happiness and positivism into this world, if it is the last thing I would do. You should do this same as this world is exponentially decaying from anger, sin and…

Viral Video: Why Philippine Army Scout Rangers Are Plain Awesome

Ex-Navy SEAL Joel Lambert faces off against the Philippines Army Scout Rangers, with just 48 hours to escape the dense jungle. Over a distance of 25 kilometers, and with two trucks as their only asset, the Scout Rangers prove they are among the world's best at jungle tracking as they utilize their unique death defying skill set to stay hot on Joel's trail. But the harsh heat and humidity of the Philippine jungle and an unfortunately timed typhoon push Joel, the hunter unit and crew to the brink. Brace yourselves...

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Hooray for Today! @McDo_PH Celebrates 2nd National Breakfast Day with 1000 #freemcmuffin

After the success of the first National Breakfast Day last year, McDonald’s Philippines, together with thousands of other McDonald’s restaurants in Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa, will be celebrating the second National Breakfast Day.

On March 17, McDonald’s will once again be treating Filipinos to a free McMuffin. Close to 320 McDonald’s breakfast stores nationwide are joining the celebration to say ‘thank you’ to its customers who start their day at McDonald’s. 

Starting 6:00 AM, each participating McDonald’s breakfast store will be giving away free McMuffins to the first 1,000 customers at a first-come-first-serve basis –that’s over 315,000 hot and fresh McMuffins to be given away nationwide via Dine-In, Take-Out, and Drive-Thru.

 “We were so encouraged by our customers’ resounding response in the region last year, we are bringing back National Breakfast Day to remind people about waking up to better mornings with breakfast,” said Andrew Hipsley, Chief Brand Officer of McDonal…

How Cebu Provincial Gov't and CEMEX Makes A Difference After Haiyan

CEMEX Philippines, the leading producer of cement and other ready-mix products worldwide, officially partners with the provincial government, city governments of Northern Cebu and various non-government organizations to help the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda today.

According to Chito Maniago, CEMEX Philippines director for corporate communications and public affairs, the company’s new project dubbed as “Build Unity” is a “holistic, strategic and synergized community rebuilding program”.

A total of Php25M donated by the various CEMEX branches worldwide is intended to help the victims of the typhoon.

“It’s not the money but the partnership created. In unity, there is strength. We can’t do it alone,” said Maniago.
CEMEX Philippines tapped Task Force Paglig-on of the provincial government for the said project.

Atty. Ramil Abing, who appeared in behalf of Gov. Hilario Davide III, thanked CEMEX Philippines and other partners for their commitment and continued efforts in rebuilding Cebu.