Monday, May 30, 2011

Oprah Uses The Law of Attraction aka "The Secret"

The Secret

Thinking outside of the box.

Albay adds Climate Change to School Curriculum

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY— The provincial government of Albay and the Department of Education (DepEd) have integrated Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) in the curricula of elementary and secondary schools.
According to Manuel Rangasa, executive director of the Center for Initiatives and Research on Climate Adaptation (CIRCA), disaster risk reduction in education was pushed based on the results of the initial integration program implemented among pilot schools in the province.
Rangasa noted that the CCA is expected to provide students full grasp of climate change issues and its relevance to their studies.
The CIRCA also recently conducted a seminar for school mentors in laying out the preparations and foundation of CCA concepts, which will be used for this school year.
“We are now in full swing and the lessons will be given to all schools across Albay through CIRCA's supervision in partnership with the DepEd,” Rangasa said.
He also added that the integration of the program will be beneficial for the country in fulfilling the requirements of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) pursued by the United Nations, UN Development Program, Spanish Embassy and the Agencia Española de Cooperacion Internacional para el Desarollo (AECID).
Albay Governor Joey Salceda said the inclusion of the disaster risk reduction in the curricula is important as the province is under constant threat from Mount Mayon, categorized as an active volcano.
>By Marjorie Gorospe ynews

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Mikey Bustos

Canadian Idol
He placed seventh runner-up in the finals of Canadian Idol Season One in August 2003, despite Chart magazine's prediction: "If we were to lay our bets today, ChartAttack’s money would be on Toronto contestant Mikey Bustos, a slightly strange looking young man with a shaved head and the voice of an angel." From his very first audition where he floored the four judges, he won the hearts of millions, establishing the largest fan base early in the competition, and made headlines all over the country.
Mikey recorded with BMG Canada/Vik Recordings for the Canadian Idol Compilation album, which hit GOLD status on the Soundscan Billboard charts on second day of release, and ranked in the Top 5 best selling Canadian albums in its debut week, selling over 60,000 units nationwide.

In 2004, Mikey recorded, performed, and mastered his craft in New York City residing in Queens and Manhattan, collaborating and recording with acclaimed producer Glenn Swan (Madonna/Mariah Carey/Tupac Shakur/Notorious B.I.G./Jodeci) of the renowned Chung King studios.
In 2005, Mikey finally released his debut EP record entitled "Love Me Again" on May the 7th produced by Brent Bodrug (Alanis Morissette/Jack Soul/Sugar Jones) of B-Group Music, available at all HMV locations across Canada.
In 2006, Mikey continued to bring his music into the U.S. performing in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Las Vegas. He also began to take his music into the international market, traveling to the Philippines, where he was front act for the Pussycat Dolls. Mikey also had a series of guest appearances, interviews, and live performances on popular Philippine TV shows including TFC ASAP '06, and GMA's Eat Bulaga, Star Talk, SOP, S-Files, Unang Hirit, SIS, MTV Philippines, and even the country's first Philippine Idol. Mikey's radio performances and mall performance at Eastwood City in Manila were also highlights.
In 2007 Mikey was featured in a commercial for MTV Canada & was front act for Christina Aguilera in Philippines July 6th. Mikey's new music video released in the summer of 2008 of the single "IF IT FEELS GOOD THEN WE SHOULD" from his debut solo album "MEMOIRS OF A SUPERHERO", which was released on December 23, 2008.
In 2009, Mikey's single "If It Feels Good Then We Should" reached Top 20 for multiple weeks on Canadian mainstream radio, as well as Top 2 Music Video on the California Music Channel in the US. His epic music video single "All I Need Is Me" also played at Footlocker Stores nationwide. Mikey under Bustos Entertainment Inc signed with Universal Music/North Fontana Distribution in May 2009.
In 2010, Mikey was nominated for a Toronto Independent Music Award for Best Adult Contemporary category. His most popular song "Everytime My Heart Beats" from his debut album "Memoirs of a Superhero" since its release has become a Youtube phenomenon. He is currently working on his second album. Mikey was also involved in musical theater projects including a star role in the Summerworks production of "Prison Dancer: The Musical".

Early Life 
Mikey Bustos (born June 23, 1981) is a Filipino-Canadian singer who appeared on the reality television show Canadian Idol. He was known for his signature blue contact lenses. Bustos is from the Weston neighbourhood of Toronto. Before Canadian Idol, he worked as atemp at the Bank of Montreal.

YouTube Videos
Bustos was known because of his videos uploaded in youtube about Filipino tutorials, Like Eating Balut (an egg with a chick inside), Filipino dining, Filipino courting, Filipino CR and others. He was known also in his parody: Pinoy This Way by himself, Which is Born This Way - Lady Gaga parody. He was shown in Philippines in TV Patrol and Bandila, news shows in ABS-CBN and 24 Oras and Saksi inGMA.

for more Info. visit his Website:

Proud to be Pinoy!!

'5 million students to plant 1.5 billion trees'

( Updated May 29, 2011 12:00 PM  View comments

MANILA, Philippines (Xinhua) - The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has secured the support of more than 5 million students nationwide to kick off the government's plan to make the country a greener place to live in.
As part of the National Greening Program, students, officials and community leaders in 42,000 villages will plant 1.5 billion trees in 1.5 million hectares of denuded and marginal lands all over the country from 2011 to 2016.
Elementary students or those who are in grades 5 and 6 and high school students will focus on the denuded areas planting effort, while elementary schools will support the nursery efforts, the DENR said.
Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Ramon Paje said Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala will also mobilize the personnel of the Bureau of Soils and Water Management in all regions to support the greening efforts, particularly its biofertilizer requirements.
Paje said the program is also an economic program, complementing the country's goal of achieving food security and alleviating poverty.

And a Question raise by Gov. Joey Salceda of Albay >Until you start analyzing: 1. This means every student will plant 3,000 trees each. 2. 3,000 trees would need 7 hectares each. 3. And more critically, who would nurture those trees? Anecdotally yet believably, tree planting has 80% mortality. 4. Who would produce the 1.5bn planting materials? 5. Are these endemic species?.
and What can u say??? 

Dont Quit

 When things go wrong as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all up hill,
When the funds are low and the debts are high
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit,
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.

Life is queer with its twists and turns,
As everyone of us sometimes learns,
And many a failure turns about
When he might have won had he stuck it out;
Don't give up though the pace seems slow--
You may succeed with another blow.

Success is failure turned inside out--
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you never can tell how close you are.
It may be near when it seems so far.
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit--
It's when things seem worst that you must not quit.

Author: anonymous

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Cas Flow Board Games

Board games for the upwardly mobile
Aspiring tycoons around the world are playing the market with Robert Kiyosaki's game Cashflow.

SALEM, Ore. (CNN/Money) – On a recent evening I bought into a limited partnership, flipped a bed and breakfast for a quick profit, tripled my money on "OK4U" pharmaceutical stock. I also got downsized from my teaching job, bought a duplex and had a baby. 

After all of that, I managed to get out of the proverbial rat race. But my financial skills, or luck, were no match for Mitch.
"I have waited all of my life for this," said a euphoric Mitch when he realized that his investments in a handful of companies had finally paid off.
In real life, we're told to make the most of the cards we're dealt.
In "Rich dad, Poor dad" author Robert Kiyosaki's board game, Cashflow, the goal is to make the most of the financial scenario you're given.
The game, which might be described as Monopoly meets Dungeons & Dragons, has become a cult favorite around the world. To date, about 350,000 copies of the $195 game have sold, and more than 300 Cashflow clubs now meet to play the game and apply its lessons to real life.
The "Lazy Pig Millionaires Club" in Paris describes itself as an ambitious and dynamic group of people who, despite their club name, wish to improve all areas of their lives. The Achievers club in Harare, Zimbabwe, wants to make "massive passive income." In Toronto, the game's enthusiasts will meet later this month to learn more about the game and attempt to make the Guinness Book of World Records.
"We have it all in this group," said Ed Patisso, co-founder of a Cashflow club in New York, which meets every week at the Sony Plaza in Midtown. "Attorneys, accountants, corporate leaders, mailmen, police officers and music artists."

Teach them something
"I think of myself as the guy who didn't do well in school but knew how to make money," said Kiyosaki, who invented the game before writing his best-selling account of the contrasts between his highly educated "poor dad" and his best friend's bootstrapping "rich dad."

  A game like life
While Kiyosaki's unconventional philosophy has struck a chord with fans, it has also been the source of criticism among those who advocate "poor dad" strategies -- such as investing in mutual funds and managing financial risk. (Read "Kiyosaki Mania.")
I was never a critic, because that would have required actually reading the book. I will admit, though, that my eyes did roll every time someone told me about how the book changed their lives. And recently, that was becoming a pretty regular occurrence.
So I decided to play the game. Besides, slurping coffee over a board game for a few hours would be a welcome break from the, er, rat race.
Having found each other on Kiyosaki's site, six of us met at a local café to play a hybrid version of Cashflow 101 for beginners, and the more advanced 202. We introduced ourselves, then randomly chose our professions for the evening.
I drew the elementary teacher card, which meant that I'd initially earn $3,300 on pay day and pay about $2,200 in expenses. Vicki, the club's organizer, would be a police officer, while her 11-year-old niece, Charleen, happily accepted the janitor profile.
Mitch, a registered nurse in real life, was to be a secretary. Barbara, an office manager by day, drew the dreaded airline pilot card. Monte, an engineer, would be living the life of a truck driver.
We started the game in the "Rat Race," collecting income from our jobs, paying bills, hoping to not get downsized and trying to buy investments that would eventually pay enough regular income, or passive income, for us to say goodbye to our day jobs and move on to the game's "Fast Track."
One of the key lessons, said Kiyosaki, is that cash alone does not get you out of the Rat Race. That's why Barbara was not thrilled about her role as an airline pilot. She would need several times more passive income than the rest of us to quit her job and still pay her expenses.
Another lesson, according to Kiyosaki, is that low-risk, low-reward investments, like CDs, won't help you get out of the Rat Race. He believes that rental property, franchises and other business ventures are a better bet.
"The people who win are usually the ones who take risks," said Vicki. "Kids often do better than the adults because they're not as fearful."
Luck has a lot to do with who wins and who loses. Charleen, for one, spent much of the game having babies and getting downsized. Mitch won because he drew the right "opportunity cards."

It's just a game," said Kiyosaki when I asked him about whether Cashflow teaches anything about managing investment risk or analyzing stock.
The point, he said, is to get people excited about investing money instead of just spending it.
Driving home that night, I did feel richer, more optimistic and more open-minded -- and extremely wired from all that coffee. I read Kiyosaki's book cover to cover.
I can't say I'll be giving up my day job or my mutual funds or my emergency cash any time soon, if ever. But the next time someone tells me that Kiyosaki got them excited about investing, I might nod my head instead of rolling my eyes.
When my husband comes to me with his latest big idea, I might even try to think like a rich dad instead of a devil's advocate.

>By Sarah Max(repost)

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Friday, May 20, 2011

some Episode of Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

April 16, 2011-one

the Pipeline Story

This post blogs and videos for is just for personal use.. but if u find it useful for you fill free to share. The first video i found from an inspiring story on how to achieved more by doing more or less.


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