November 18, 2011 2:35 pm I ran the other day and it was a hard run to get through. It was hot, I still haven’t lost the extra pounds, and my lower legs were still sore from strength training two days before. I also wasn’t feeling too motivated. I’ve been in a funk recently and I woke up that day realizing that I’ve been waking … Continue reading What Matters Is How Many Times You Kept on Running
January 18, 2012. 8:08 pm. When you get in touch with your passions and those that have naturally been motivating you, the next question is: Now what do I do with them? Here are some of the things I’ve seen, learned, and throw back to my class (and anyone who asks): Passion & calls aren’t just about what you feel like doing or just self … Continue reading I Think I Know My Passion. Now What?
February 2, 2014 Someone asked me that recently in the office. The conversation (the way I remember it now) went: “Why do you teach in school & continue to teach here at work? Why are you always teaching?” (In the blink of an eye with a smile on my face — knowing that the answer would be personal & instructive at the same time… or … Continue reading Why Do You Teach?
When I started teaching the class called “The Call to Leadership” in the Ateneo Graduate School of Business, the guy who designed the program told me to share my personal stories. As I ended the class this term, I found that I needed to tell them how I re-discovered my sense of purpose. “A former student of mine, she used to sit there where you … Continue reading I Forgot My Passion & Purpose
This was a talk I shared during the IMMAP Digital Youth Conference in October 12, 2016. This was the first time I put down how I saw my 20 year journey of finding out what I really wanted to do and figuring out how to do it. ______________________________ What happens when you think about the things you are passionate about? Every time I’ve asked that … Continue reading From Passion to Purpose: My 20 Year Story