#TINQ30 Day 6: Podio for Projects

Multitasking is definitely a skill, but without proper project management, multitasking will bring you no good. Handling various Investment projects of the Inquirer Group, I had to learn how to manage my time and priorities to meet my deadlines.

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#TINQ30 Day 5: Heartbreak Story

To be honest, it’s a challenge to have an entry each day, but since I have committed myself to this, I am really trying to post an #TINQ30 entry, no matter how short it is.

Last year, around late April 2016, the walls of Inquirer became a witness of a major heartbreak that I’ve had. HA HA HA. I went to office crying, I cried while working… Imagine it. Imagine the break-up drama. As much as I really find it funny now (LOL), for the most part, Inquirer got its eyes with that experience.

For letting me cry in my office, on my desk, and in the bathroom, thank you, Inquirer! 😉 🙂

#TINQ30 Day 4: Staying True @ 32

Today, the Philippine Daily Inquirer celebrates its 32nd anniversary with the theme, Staying True at 32. What more, the broadsheet produced a 172-paged supplement for today’s issue, which is the thickest issue yet!


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#TINQ30 Day 3: Beyond Limits

“Don’t limit your challenges. Challenge your limits.”

That is the Inquirer spirit. In a span of two years, I have learned more of the things that I am capable of doing. I have lots of “I never thought I would be able to…” scenarios. It felt wonderful, because despite the many failures that I have had before, in Inquirer, I was able to get back to my feet and feel that I can always shine if I just push myself to the limit, or even beyond.

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#TINQ30 Day 2: Audit & Investments Family

Sometimes goodbyes can be the hardest when you are the one leaving. And yes, I am feeling it now. Although I am moving onto what I believe is for the betterment of my professional growth, I can’t help but feel the sepanx it brings.



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