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3 mos.. but i’m not counting..

Last May 12, marks my 3rd month at work, I must say that this work, made me think through things a lot. It has helped me learn about humility, discipline and even more, PATIENCE. For my friends, they know i studied design, but at my work, i don’t even do design. All i face everyday is papers.. and lots of it 😀 I admit, i didn’t see this happening, but i had this gut feeling of applying either way, and I got the position, set aside the salary and benefits, the environment is very relaxing and stress may come at times, but not most of the time.

I am with new people again, new faces and attitudes to deal with ! 😀 hahaha..

but overall, even though this work is routine for some, i find it challenging because at the end of each month we had to reach a certain numbers for sales, so that’s a bonus!

and I thank God, i now open my eyes as to why He has put me there, everyday i try to see it in His perspective why.. I now know I can face each day with Him by my side.

Thank you God! I know and believe you have a purpose, and i just have to find out what it is.

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#life #hustle and etc..

I am quoting a well known person here in the Philippines, because I believe that what he said is to be true.

There are good inspiring leaders; there are weak and poor managers. I’ve worked for them and worked with them. Guess what? I learned from all of them. Inspired by the good ones and challenged with the not-so-good ones too. So here is my conclusion: Just because I am employed I should never deceive myself into thinking I am working for somebody else. What we become, learn, do and develop is what we get out of our work. And good or bad management….well, they are just part of the equation and the day I stopped blaming them is the day I start growing up.#PassionPurposeProductivity

-Francis Kong

Masungi Georeserve Experience

It is situated in the mountains of Rizal.

Baras, Rizal Baras is located in the island of Luzon, close to Metro Manila. The municipal’s name was derived from the word “barras” referring to the two pieces of wood where a horse is harnessed in between. Another version takes the name from the word “barahan” used in sea ports referring to “a place of anchorage.” Today, Baras takes focus on growing itself as an organic town. It is also the home of Sikaran – known as a form of traditional Philippine Martial Arts.  

Source: http://www.masungigeoreserve.com/destination/the-area/

A definite must go to see place ❤ though it’s a bit hard for me at first, because i had to conquer my fear of heights, by height meaning the pathways that you are walking on is not flat, so that made it even harder for me to walk, but all in all experience, +1 for me

Here are the photos that were taken at the place

 

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