THE STEPS I TOOK TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS FROM BEING A STREET CHILD TO WORKING IN OIL AND GAS PROJECTS

Notes: Are you a student? This is for you! Are you Intern or Fresh graduate? This is for you! You don’t have a Job? This is for you! Are you looking for a Job? This is exactly for you! Are you a Parent? This is for you and for your Children(s)! This is for all who are interested to read and learn! Where am I now? Going back in the year 1996, I was just from nothing like a rag. No proper clothes to wear, I used my clothes for 3 days without changing it, even a single penny to buy clothes, I have nothing. I went to school with only 1 notebook divided into 10 parts for all subjects! My mother died when at my age 9. I became the street child. No food to eat, no money to buy my own food. No permanent home to live. I was bullied by the boastful people. How did I survive on this wonderful planet? I will share you the steps I took to achieve from nothing into something. From being a Street Child, as a pedicab driver, a garbage collector, a bread seller, a janitor, a waiter up to being a student assistant, a student employee, an administration officer and working in the Oil and Gas Industries. “Everyone has a set of talents that we need to discover and to find the purpose in life”

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A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO NEW INTERN EMPLOYEES SHOULD HAVE

Are you new in the world of Industries? Did you just recently joined with the Company as an Office Employee? Are you looking for an advice on what to do during your first day in your job? You just joined the company but you don’t know how to start and what to do? Well, you are not alone! I was just like you before, the first time I joined to the company. To tell you honestly, the first time I worked as a library clerk in one of the most well-known school in our country at our province in Pangasinan, Philippines. The AIE College! The first E-commerce school in the Philippines! Established on the year 2004. 11 years ago, I started working as a Library Clerk. But before officially became a clerk, I was just a Student Assistant. I cleaned the toilet, I cleaned the classrooms, removing stains on the floor, mapped the floors, cleaning the surroundings of school campus. In short, I was a “JANITOR”. As time goes by, I was trained by the Professional Admin Personnel, like HR personnel, Marketing Officer, Cashier, Accountant, Dean, and other faculty members. In short, I became their “APPRENTICE”…

5 “Things” every new blogger should have

During the first day of your blogging, you felt excited, when you hit the "Publish" button. You are thinking and hoping that someone will check your published blog immediately. And then looking, watching, and waiting for the result of "UP, UP and AWAY" of your stats.... Sounds crazy. You are not alone. Honestly speaking, I … Continue reading 5 “Things” every new blogger should have

What is Blog?

From wordpress.org "Blog" is an abbreviated version of "weblog," which is a term used to describe websites that maintain an ongoing chronicle of information. A blog features diary-type commentary and links to articles on other websites, usually presented as a list of entries in reverse chronological order. Blogs range from the personal to the political, … Continue reading What is Blog?

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Widen Your Circle with Guest Bloggers

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Blogging isn’t just about publishing. It’s about sharing, commenting, and connecting. When we engage with one another, we strengthen the fabric that sustains the blogosphere and us as individual bloggers.

One way to both grow your blog and contribute to the community is with guest bloggers. More engagement? More readers? More conversation? Where do I sign up!? This week, we’ll talk about inviting guest bloggers into your online house; next week, we’ll look at how to find guest blogging opportunities for your writing.

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Put Your Money Where Your Blog Is: Should You Pay for Traffic?

To all bloggers!

This is very important. Worth it to read especially for newbies like me.

It’s our chance to express our thoughts. Credit to Madam:

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Even those of us who blog for purely personal reasons appreciate some validation, whether comments, likes, or just pageviews. Encouraging that feedback is one of the most frustrating things for many bloggers; when we hit “publish,” we want to see the little bar graph go up, up, and away and when we don’t, it’s discouraging. Sometimes it’s hard to tell what readers respond to — a labor of love sinks like a stone, while a five-minute rant makes the rounds on Twitter.

There’s plenty of advice on attracting and engaging readers (some of it from us), most of which requires time and effort without guaranteed success . . . although there is one foolproof method: pay for traffic. But is paid traffic the perfect way to bring in new readers, or does it undermine the point of a blog?

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