Nang Magising si Juan – A New Edutainment TV Show!

We have been very blessed with a number of organized learning events and seminars plus a handful of invitations from respectable institutions this second quarter of the year. One of the events that we were invited to attend is the launching of the new Filipino education-entertainment TV show Nang Magising Si Juan to be aired on GMANewsTV.

The objectives of the TV show are to:

  • Engage – Educate – Inspire Filipinos to be wealthy
  • Relay the message “Money is easy to handle.”
  • Make accessible practical advice from financial experts

Tackling common money issues every Filipino can relate to, this edutainment show not only teaches practical and doable financial management, but also promotes positive values and to correct wrong mindsets in and beyond the topic of money. Continue reading Nang Magising si Juan – A New Edutainment TV Show!

Putting Service at the Center of Being a Call Center Agent

I never had a full time work as call center agent but I have been involved in a BPO (business process outsourcing) sector for several years. My wife was also a call center agent and a customer service executive for the most part of her short but meaningful professional life.

In both occasions, we have learned the importance of knowing how to serve your customer best.

Being a call center agent means being the voice behind a company. As such, all call center agents should have a strong commitment to providing topnotch customer service. Continue reading Putting Service at the Center of Being a Call Center Agent

Educating Our Financial Freedom Defenders (Financial Readiness Initiatives)

When we conducted the F.I.T. (Financial Intelligence Training) for our Philippine Air Force soldiers, we had in mind the importance of championing the financial literacy cause to the key persons of this organization. We believe that educating our troops on a one-day sit-class is not enough. The effort and the project should be continuous.

Our fellow financial literacy advocate and Air Force rescue helicopter pilot, Maj. Badong Dee, thought of presenting this project to the Board of Directors of the Philippine Air Force’ Airmen Club.

On May 8, 2014, it’s the turn of Fitz Gerard Villafuerte (Ready To Be Rich) and Joey Tayaban (Truly Rich Club) to convince the PAF Airmen’s Club Board of Directors.  The Airmen’s Club is the umbrella organization of all Enlisted Personnel. The mission is for the club to initiate and ask for the need of financial literacy for the Philippine Air Force troops. The proposed program is dubbed as Financial Readiness Initiatives. Continue reading Educating Our Financial Freedom Defenders (Financial Readiness Initiatives)