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Are you ready to take your business to the next level? Get this Diploma Program now!


Philippine Association of Management Accountants (PAMA) in partnership with Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) launched yesterday the CIMA Diploma in Performance Management which aims to provide support for all people who does the decision making in business.


CIMA’s very first Diploma Program was designed for business professionals of ALL background to learn how management accounting can help support crucial decision making in all business functions.



Program details:

 Face to Face classes (40 hours in 5 Saturdays) with CIMA Trainers
 Diploma in Performance and Risk Management will be issued and awarded by CIMA
 CPD Credits
 Certificate of Accredited of Management Accountants of the Phillippines (Module 1 and 2) awarded by PAMA
 Class starts on October 5, 2019



Are you ready to take your business to the next level?


I’m the one wearing a blue coat with floral shirt 🙂



Course Syllabus:

















[Payment terms]

Educational Investment is P68,000.00. Get a 10% discount if you fully paid until September 30, 2019!
You could also pay through Installment.
Here are the terms:
– Settle P20,000 downpayment before your classes would start on October 5, 2019.
– Reserve your slot and pay a minimum of P 5,000. This is to be deducted to the downpayment that you’d be paying
The rest would be paid in five weeks supported by Post Dated Check.
Installment Payment dates:
P 9,600 for five Saturdays starting October 5 to November 2, 2019.

How would you know if your business provides value? Answer this important question from Josiah Go.

I finally got the chance to meet Mr. Josiah Go last Saturday at Philippine readers and writers festival. It was an unplanned trip actually, I came from SparkSolutions training when I saw the post of National Bookstore.




Before the start of the seminar, I got the chance to talk to Mr. Go and shared to him about how much I look up to him. He has influenced me a lot! I read his books and blog, my favorite so far is The Rainmakers and currently, I’m at the middle part already of his latest book the Mavericks.


I just love what he does. I want to be Josiah Go for a day and get the chance to talk to a lot of CEOs. I love learning and through his books, I got to learn from his interviews.

I’d like to share with you one thing that I learned from the seminar that really caught my attention.




How do you define value proposition? Personally, this topic is vague for me before.  When I joined Pitch Party organized by Tag Cash, this is the question that I wasn’t able to answer.


A value proposition is a promise of value to be delivered, communicated, and acknowledged. It is also a belief from the customer about how value will be delivered, experienced and acquired. A value proposition can apply to an entire organization, or parts thereof, or customer accounts, or products or services. – Wikipedia


Mr. Go shared that in order for you to know if your product or service is giving value, you have to answer this question.


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According to him, 9 out of 10 businesses fail to answer this question. He stressed the importance of answering this question.


It was a night full of learnings. I can’t share every detail here but you could attend some of his seminars at Day8.


Meanwhile, I just want to share that I’m helping businesses gets funding. If you need a debt or equity funding, connect to me through my LinkedIn.



Business gathering every Thursday – You don’t want to miss this!

So yesterday, I attended a businessmen lifegroup at Starbucks 32nd street BGC and it’s so refreshing to meet fellow business people who share the same world as I do.

We gather to discuss life, business and God’s word. We disconnected from the social media world by not using phones during the 2 hour meeting and it was totally fun!

We started with playing a game called Two Truths and One Lie. Each one would share three statements about themselves and the group would guess what is the lie about it.

It was fun!

It was then followed by a sharing of God’s word by Christopher Hernandez, one of the partner of Tentmakers Construction. He shared about Moving on.

Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. – Philippians 3:13-14

He shared the importance of forgetting what is already behind. As Businessmen, we have to continue moving forward. There might be humps along the way, but the prize God has prepared for us is surely worth it.

The group had an intimate sharing time.

All of us realize the importance of being in a community that supports one another. Well, what happens in the lifegroup stays in the lifegroup.

If you happen to look for support system then this is the community that I suggest you to go. They meet every Thursday at Starbucks 32nd street, BGC, 7PM.

See you there!