There’s been an alarming number of racist articles going viral around the net which talk about Filipinos in a disturbing and derogatory manner. We don’t think this is going to end any time soon, so it might be a good idea to create a framework or a set of guidelines for many of us who are frequently caught up in the emotional tempest these pieces provoke. In this article, we’re giving you three ways you can deal with racism against Filipinos on the internet.
So what do you do when your child comes to you and tells you he’s gay? A lot of Filipino parents actually use this as an excuse to star in their own brand of soap opera, with enough ranting, crying, and screaming to make the stars of The Legal Wife look like complete amateurs in the drama department. In this article, we’re giving you a step-by-step guide on how to deal with having a gay child, with minimal fuss and tears.
It is true when they say that it takes months, if not years, to build a business and just one unhappy customer to destroy it. Customer satisfaction has been considered one of the strongest factors for business success, especially because it drives sales and promotes brand loyalty. However, not a lot of entrepreneurs realize the impact of keeping customers happy, and end up committing mistakes that slowly bury them in failure.
“Good service is good business,” a Siebel advert once stated. No matter how small your company is, it’s extremely important to find ways to keep your customers happy, as they’re the lifeblood of your business. You don’t need to be a genius to do that. You just have to follow these three simple (but difficult) tips:
This is the first in a series of posts on investing in stocks. In this article, we will be discussing one of the most popular financial ratios used by value investors: the price-to-earnings ratio.
First, a disclaimer. Any advice we give on this blog should be taken as guidelines only, and should not be considered as set-in-stone rules. (Actually, that should be your general mindset on practically all advice given to you.) Please use some discernment in determining whether the advice we’re giving is applicable to the given set of circumstances you’re in, and act accordingly.
The Philippines is bracing for another natural calamity this week, with PAGASA announcing that the superstorm Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) is expected to make landfall this Friday. In preparation for the storm’s coming, and for future reference, we’re giving you ten tips on how to prepare for a typhoon.