Archive for the 'Corporate Life' Category


Friday, July 20th, 2007

It was a typical busy work day at the office, people running around, while I was trying my best to concentrate on my Outlook Inbox, reading e-mails and making sure I liquidate all to-do items. My goal: a clean slate by the end of the day. Then, an email popped in. It was […]

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Success Is The Best Revenge

Thursday, February 8th, 2007

Have you suffered from a setback recently, particularly caused by insane people who maliciously harm you for whatever reason? Then don’t let yourself add to the tension — don’t harm yourself further with seething anger, tensed muscles, and irritated nerves. (”Ang wrinkles! Mahal si Belo!”) Channel your energies somewhere productive.
Remember, success is the […]

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Credibility and the corporate world

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006

Is your workplace homophobic? Do you have a work environment that is less than optimal for gays? There is no point in waiting for something to turn it around — we ourselves should be the change agents. We should do something about it. The effectiveness though of such environment altering, culture […]

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Success At Work: 3 Truths

Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

In my career, as a gay man and as a corporate citizen, sometimes I get bogged down with, by hindsight I would say, trivial stuff. It is reality though, especially here in the Philippines, that gays are still subjected to undue discrimination and prejudice. I am a believer though that we should always […]

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Climb the Ladder of Success

Thursday, September 21st, 2006

When I see gay men succeed in their chosen fields, I secretly rejoice. I feel some sort of nonbelligerent and kind vengeance for all the inequalities and discrimination our lot has experienced through the years. So dear brothers (and sisters?) go and be successful in whatever you do! In my world, the […]

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Corporate Fashion: Interviewing

Monday, September 18th, 2006

Gays are known for great fashion taste. Number one rule in corporate fashion is NOT to stand out by being too loud. In interviewing, a good set of rules is in order.

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Are gay leaders better?

Sunday, September 17th, 2006

Gay male leaders are succeeding where many are failing in today’s business world. Their employees are happier, their companies are thriving, and they are proving to be shining examples of how to lead the 21st century workforce — across industries. (USC Business Professor Kirk Snyder)
Early this year I was browsing through Harvard Business Review’s recommended […]

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