Monday, February 27, 2012
Monday, February 13, 2012
English is only my second language. The first language I’ve learned and used (other than baby language) was Filipino specifically the local dialect Bisaya. During my childhood years, my spoken dialect has its distinct intonation that people from the city used to laugh at. I came from Siquijor so I also have a stong “Siquijor accent”, which is a little akin to the intonation of the people from Bohol. I studied college in Iligan City, where I have met different dialects. Since that time, my “accent” seemed to have a new flavor. Whenever I go back home however, it always amazes me how my tongue comfortably tunes back into its original intonation. I just simply love my own dialect! Read more:
English - The Second Language
Sunday, February 12, 2012
“Don’t wait for big things before you start.” This was one of the striking lines that seemed to flash in my memory after reading Bo Sanchez’s article. Every week, I keep on receiving emails from him for my Soulfood subscription. Early that day before I opened Bo’s article, I wrote a blog related to success but it was full of questions. I sighed in relief reading his teaching to reaffirm my ‘ideology’. Read more:
I Am Busy - The Lamest Excuse
I want to be an author. I want to be a singer. I want to be a rich businessman. And the list goes on and on. For sure everyone wants something in life, a dream.
I love to imagine myself having all or any of these dreams coming true. It gives me a little glimpse of what I want to see in the future. With a little tease of my future self, I find myself gaining a little more confidence of myself. Imagining however isn’t enough.
How to Become Successful