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15 Tips to Become a Successful Entrepreneur

 People dream of someday becoming an entrepreneur. Being in the business would give them a great opportunity of becoming rich. Others say that they rather be employed than to be an entrepreneur. It is because in the business, you have to take all the risks.  You can succeed or you may fail and lost your business. I wrote this article to inspire people that in the business, there’s just information they don’t know yet. So these tips will help them acquire knowledge to become successful entrepreneurs:

Allan Pineda: An Apl of the Pearl of the Orient Seas


“I'm proud of my culture.. I'm always proud of who I am”- Apl.de.Ap

WHEN PEOPLE WOULD SAY that someone famous internationally has a Filipino blood, I was often disinterested. At the back of my mind, I can’t help but think “Totoo ba yan? Sus. Makikisawsaw na naman tayo. ” My reaction was the same with Allan Pineda, more commonly known as Apl.de.Ap.
 
Back then, I always thought that if someone is a Filipino, just let him say so himself. Sometimes I feel as if we’re just forcing them to admit their roots, when in fact, they don’t really want to acknowledge it. However, this man did more than I expected. This man showed me what a real Filipino is like. He is even more Filipino than most of us. Let’s get to know him more, shall we?

10 Commandments in Human Relations

 
1. SPEAK TO PEOPLE – There is nothing as nice as a cheerful word of greeting.
2. SMILE AT PEOPLE – It takes 65 muscles to frown, only 15 to smile.
3. CALL PEOPLE BY NAME – The sweetest music to anyone’s ear is the sound of his own name.
4. BE FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL – Be ready to extend a helping hand, especially to your friends.
5. BE CORDIAL – Speak and act as if everything you do were a genuine pleasure.

Social Science: Practical Applications

Social Science: Practical Applications

This article determines how Social Science can be used to address social concerns as it demonstrates an understanding of the role of Social Science in the real world and illustrates situations and contexts in which Social Science can be applied.

Structural-functionalism, an approach in social science, recognizes that as one part of the system changes, other parts of the system have to readjust to accommodate the change that has taken place elsewhere. A change in one part of the system may have manifest, latent, and dysfunctional consequences. An example of a change that has had a number of consequences is the addition of lighting at Chicago’s historic Wrigley Field. Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is the home stadium of the Chicago Cubs professional baseball team. All games at Wrigley Field traditionally had to be played during daylight hours because the field did not have lighting for nighttime games. In 1988, lights were added to the field as a result of a lengthy and contentious process aimed at generating income and reviving the economy in the immediate area of the field.

Studying the Lake View neighborhood around Wrigley Field as a social system allows application of a functionalist perspective to this situation. Nighttime games can now be played at the field. This one change resulted in a number of other complicated neighborhood effects (Spirou and Bennett 2002). The Cubs have a more flexible schedule and can take economic advantage of televised evening programming, thus achieving the manifest function of lighting the field. A number of other manifest and latent functions can also be noted.
 

Free NAT and UPCAT Reviewer: Philippine Institutions and Sociology

Free NAT and UPCAT Reviewer: Philippine Institutions and Sociology
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Jose Rizal, Marcelo Del Pilar, and Their Social Theories

  © 2013 by Jensen DG. Mañebog (@jensenismo)

“You will remember that, walking on the Pascode Recoletos … I told you: "Watch out, for some fine day we shall wake up quarrelling without knowing why."  You laughed at my witticism and so did I … that occurred to me without reason as a vague presentment.”– Marcelo H. Del Pilar’s letter to Jose Rizal (July 20, 1892)

ALSO KNOWN BY HIS PEN NAME Plaridel,Marcelo Hilario del Pilar y Gatmaitan was a Filipino writer, lawyer, and journalist. A prominent figure in the Propaganda Movement, he was a co-publisherand the second and last editor of La Solidaridad, the society’s publication.

He was born on August 30, 1850 to a wealthy family in Cupang (now Barangay San Nicolas), Bulacan, Bulacan. His father, Julian Hilario del Pilar, was a three-time ‘gobernadorcillo’ (municipal mayor) and his mother, Blasa Gatmaitan, was a descendant of the renowned Gatmaitan clan. The ninth of ten children, Marcelo’s siblings, among others, were: Toribio (a priest deported to the Mariana Islands in 1872),Fernando (the father of General Gregorio del Pilar),and Hilaria (who was married to Deodato Arellano, elected secretary of Jose Rizal’s La Liga Filipina).

Ways to Become a Responsible Adolescent Prepared for Adult Life

Ways to Become a Responsible Adolescent Prepared for Adult Life

Online Personality Tests in OurHappySchool.com

Online Personality Tests in OurHappySchool.com

Brief Lecture: The Importance of Taking Personality Tests In Choosing A Career And In Setting Life Goals

Creative Visualization: A Helpful Part of Personal Development Plan

Creative Visualization: A Helpful Part of Personal Development Plan

Creating a Mind Map

Creating a Mind Map

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