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|2001 University of San Carlos , BA , Bachelor of Arts History major|
Producer - Vator Event
Serendipitously fell into it...
Airbnb, Groupon, etc.
The most frustrating and rewarding thing about entrepreneurship is testing my patience. It's bitter but the fruit is sweet!
The No.1 mistake entrepreneurs make is expecting quick results. Easy come easy go. I feel more secure in a steady slow growth.
The top three lessons I've learned as entrepreneur is:
1. Listen to your inner voice, gut or intuition.
2. Focus on the end goals.
3. Enjoy the process.
I have been engaged as a web designer. graphic designer, virtual assistant, almost anything that can be done remotely and electronically.
This is just one facet of my being. I like to help entrepreneurs build their businesses on the web, and I take great pleasure especially when their business is thriving in this competitive world. I am up for the challenge. Bring it on! As long as I can help businesses carve their own niche on the web, I am here to stay.
I travel back and forth California and Cebu, Philippines. This is not an odd thing, since I have lived for the past decade in 4 continents: US, Europe, South America and Asia. I have learned a lot from each culture, and taken what is applicable to me and my life.