Tag: leadership by example

πŸ“° Pagbuwag sa drug trade sa NBP, hamon kay Bato – Lacson [Abante]


From Abante:Β Malaking hamon kay outgoing Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa ang pagpapatigil sa kalakalan ng ilegal na droga sa loob ng New Bilibid Prisons (NBP), ayon kay Senador Panfilo β€œPing” Lacson.Β  Continue reading “πŸ“° Pagbuwag sa drug trade sa NBP, hamon kay Bato – Lacson [Abante]”

Speech at the 4th Pahinis Festival in Laua-an, Antique

You know, on the way here, I was talking to several people. Nagtanung-tanong din ako about Laua-an, and I came to a conclusion, if only Laua-an is the Republic of the Philippines, siguro masaya ang mga Pilipino.

One reason – I learned na walang utang ang munisipyo pero mayroon pang surplus na P13 million for this year, kaya sinabi ko, kung itong Laua-an ay Republika ng Pilipinas, sana wala tayong binabayaran na trilyon taun-taon sa WB, sa IMF, sa mga creditor banks kung saan-saan, year after year. We’re suffering a budget deficit of at least P200 billion, ang ibig sabihin nito, not only us but our children, our grandchildren will have to pay for the deficit, for the debt that wala naman silang kinalaman, na wala tayong kinalaman, ito’ y hiniram ng ating mga iba’t ibang administrasyon, tayo ngayon ang nagbabayad, tayo ang nagsa-suffer.Β  Continue reading “Speech at the 4th Pahinis Festival in Laua-an, Antique”

Speech before the General Assembly of the Philippine Printing Technical Foundation Inc.

Manila Peninsula Hotel, Makati City

These are tough times we are living in. Every effort towards progress counts. And we must hurry as competition is kind only to the victor but cruel to the vanquished. Let us not be at the end of the line.

The print industry is a vital segment of the social structure and it can play an even greater role in the advancement of the nation. In the last 3 or 4 decades the Philippine print industry has turned into a shadow of its former glory. This may have been brought about by various extraneous factors but it also includes an amount of the complacency that gripped our nation after being one of the most advanced nations in the aftermath of the Great War.

We allowed other nations such as Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and now Malaysia to overtake us in virtually all spheres of life. Vietnam is steadily catching up with us and may overtake us sooner than we think. The only way for us to go now is forward and up.Β  Continue reading “Speech before the General Assembly of the Philippine Printing Technical Foundation Inc.”

Challenges to Leadership

Speech Before the Junior Chamber of San Juan, Inc.
San Juan Pinaglabanan Jaycees

Last Saturday, I was with the Greater Davao Jaycees for their induction, and today with you for your own induction, too. When it comes to the Jaycees, Davao is never too far for me to go, and San Juan is never too familiar to be taken for granted. It is always an uplifting experience to see the vigor and enthusiasm of Jaycees. Thank you for making me a part of Jaycee life.Β  Continue reading “Challenges to Leadership”