The Art and Science of Creative Writing

The common misconception is that creative writing is without structure. Some people believe that the great writers of history picked up their pen and paper and simply began writing ... Continue Reading →

Mastering the Art of Events Hosting

You hear your name called out and you make your way to the stage. The audience greets you with applause. The lights shine brightly on your face. The microphone quivers in your sweaty ... Continue Reading →

How to Ace the Beauty Pageant Q & A

While the QUESTION and ANSWER portion in a pageant is rather spontaneous, a contestant has to be diligent in preparing for this portion. What you say, how you say it, and the aura ... Continue Reading →

TalkShop’s Three-Step Approach to Managing Millennials

A term that has reached colloquial lingo, a “millennial” refers to a member of the present generation of youth to young adults born between the mid 80’s to late 90’s. Despite ... Continue Reading →

On Being Positive Part 2

COMMUNICATE CONSTRUCTIVELY In dealing with people and difficult situations, it pays to be objective and constructive with our communication. These would entail: SELF AWARENESS Admittance ... Continue Reading →

On Being Positive Part 1

BE PART OF THE SOLUTION, NOT THE PROBLEM Watch out! How do you react to people with whom you carry unfavorable bias? Examine your motives and reactions. The myopic tendency in allowing ... Continue Reading →

Fortifying Communication to Foster the Coaching Culture

  Fostering the coaching culture means fortifying the communication skills of individuals and teams.  Thankfully, the beauty in learning effective communication is that it applies ... Continue Reading →

Leadership Made Meaningful

Leadership is one of the most crucial yet vital qualities any individual could have, be it on personal or professional level. This lofty skill has always been a matter of perplexity ... Continue Reading →

Make Good Employees Stay

  One of the reasons a company encounters high employee turnover is the quality of management. While a competitive salary is a given factor, the leadership plays a major factor ... Continue Reading →

Times May Have Changed but Right Conduct Does Not

  Times have changed. The young are more assertive, more vocal. Hardly would you see young men offering their seat to women and the elderly. “Po and opo, mano po” are no longer ... Continue Reading →
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