Filipino to me means being humble yet competitive, hardworking yet industrious, perseverance yet well-rounded, family oriented to create a legacy, cultural diversity to assimilate with other cultures and experiences.
Corporate Vice President, Executive Consultant to Fortune 500 Companies (Microsoft, T-Mobile, AT&T, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Boeing and Costco) for over 14 years
Entrepreneur and Digital Marketing Business Owner for Financial Advisors and Wealth Advisors
Podcast Host of the “Diamond Entrepreneurs in the Rough” Show
Vice President/Co-Owner of MuuvSport (Sold Business)
Harvard University Law School Executive Program on Negotiation
Canadian Football League (CFL) Registered Football Sports Agent
John C. Maxwell Certified Leadership Coach & Speaker
Ironman 70.3 Triathlete Finisher (Swim 1.2 Miles, Bike 56 Miles, Run 13.1 Miles)
Ultra-marathon Athlete Finisher (50k - 30 Mile Run)
One of my biggest motivation to keep going is my faith and belief of the thoughts and emotions that show up in my heart and mind are the unfulfilled dreams that I was put here to accomplish. The other motivation is my wife and family. Everything I do is for them and to leave a legacy.
1. Treat people how you would like to be treated
2. Education is key
3. Faith and family is everything
4. Help the community whether through church, community outreach, homeless or through philanthropy work
My work ethic and the ability to inspire others. The reason why is because I practice what I say. I have been in the trenches and I use examples of prior real world experiences. Leading by example is one of the reasons why I believe I have climbed the ranks relatively quickly in the corporate environment. It’s worked for me and based on other leaders that I admire and follow it seems to work well for my personality type and how people respond to getting things accomplished. At the end of the day it’s a win-win for you as a leader and for the employees and colleagues that you work with.