Tag: personal development

Empowering Others By Giving Them A.I.R. To Breathe

Flight Emergency v2 by Patrick Cheng In a previous blog post, I talked about empowering individuals with double As. The idea came up from the concept of lithium powered batteries that power up electronic devices: appreciation and affirmation really do empower individuals. This past week, I was listening to an episode of the EntreLeadership podcast where […]

Revisiting Your Past For A Better Future

The past, present and future are all interconnected – Dr. Bill Gould – I had the opportunity to spent the last Christmas and New Year in my home country, the Philippines. And every time I do get the chance to go home, I try to create memorable events for both me and my family. I […]

What A Technical Review Process Taught Me About Leadership

The past couple of months have been very busy for me. Aside from work-related travel, I have been preparing and studying for the Microsoft Certified Master for SQL Server 2008 certification, something that I haven’t really thought about and planned for until last August (that’s left for another blog post.) But one thing that really […]

When Your Brain Gets Stuck

No, I’m not talking about autism nor OCD (although most people think I have both.) I’m talking about those times when you’re not in your most creative moments and nothing just seems to get your juice flowing. Some call it a “block,” whether it’s for writers, painters, musicians or sculptors.  It happens to everybody and I call […]