Like love, the word business is often overused yet not a lot of people fully understand what it really means. While others would think that it’s as simple as creating products and selling products, business is actually more than just that. In fact, if you want to be successful in the industry, it’s very important to learn all its quirks to ensure that your venture does not end in failure.
Most students fail to get into good universities because they did not develop a good plan. In this article, I’m giving you a road map to follow so that you have the best possible chance of getting into the college of your dreams.
The UPCAT is the most popular college entrance exam in the country, attracting over 70,000 applicants every year from all over the Philippines. For those who are dreaming of getting into the prestigious universities that are part of the University of the Philippines college system, here are a few things you might want to know.
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Here’s a little truth to dampen those highs couples always experience during Valentine’s Day: once you get married, it is typical for husbands and wives to lose a little bit – or a lot – of the romance along the way. The days when you were always curious and kilig will soon give way to a plateau: an expected (or rather, taken for granted) togetherness that feels safe, constant and, well, boring.
Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Unless you’re an adrenaline junkie, a little stability in life can be a great thing.
It’s a romance killer though, and that’s the hard truth. Which is why we’re giving you tips on how you can keep that spark of romance alive during the course of your marriage.
This is a reaction to Jesse Colombo’s Forbes article “Here’s Why the Philippines’ Economic Miracle Is Really A Bubble In Disguise” published here.
First things first, to make things clear, our recent economic growth is not a bubble. However, let me nuance this judgment – it is only good for a year. If the economy goes on a different trajectory (say, inflation spikes to double digits or real estate loans double in a year), or goes on with worrying bits of the current trajectory (say, liquidity continues growing at 30% annually), then the judgment will not hold.