From maid to made: Multinational CEO Rebecca Bustamante shares her story

I have nothing to post today for on my own.  I just wanted to share this story. The story of a Filipina who became from maid to made a Multinational CEO. During her childhood, she was just like me, she sold pandesal, ice buko, and ice candy. At age 19, she worked in Singapore as a maid to support her brother and sisters for their education. The seventh of 11 siblings, Bustamante grew up in poverty. She was 18 when her mother died, forcing her to leave her hometown of Dasol, Pangasinan and work in a factory in Bataan to put her younger brothers and sisters through school. Their father had no steady job. Even when she was in high school, Bustamante worked to earn money for her schooling.


Rest, and Trust God’s Timing

“Rest in the Lord; wait patiently for him to act … Don’t fret and worry — it only leads to harm” (Psalm 37:7-8 TLB). Proverbs 19:2b says, “Impatience will get you into trouble” (GNT). It’s frustrating when you’re in a hurry and God isn’t. God is never in a hurry! The Bible says a day is like a thousand years and a thousand years like a day to God. One of the most useless things to try to do is to speed up God. When we try to take matters into our own hands and help God out, we get in trouble.


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”


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”…


This is a unique story on how the oil and gas was found and built. It is very rare in the oil and gas industries to release the stories and pictures of the plant due to the protection of its assets and for the safety puspose(s). If you are reading this article, then you are very lucky. I will show you the step-by-step on how the Oil and Gas were built, from scrap materials of steels, to fabrication up to installation, proper inspection when installed, up to commissioning, testing, and operation of the instruments and running the live plant. The Oil and Gas is our common needs in the daily lives, from using a kerosene gas for our lights at home since from the past centuries, from using it for our gas stove to cook for our daily foods, it is used also as gasoline for our Motorcycle, Car, Bus, Jeep, Airplane, and for any kind of transportations. For running the water plant, power plant, et cetera. The Oil and Gas is our basic needs for our daily lives.

Don’t Fear in God’s Delays

“Do you remember how the Lord led you through the wilderness for all those forty years, humbling you and testing you to find out how you would respond, and whether or not you would really obey him?”(Deuteronomy 8:2 TLB). Dreams are never fulfilled immediately. There’s always a waiting period. The Israelites were brought out of Egypt and then wandered around for 40 years before they went into the Promised Land, even though the trip shouldn’t have taken more than a few weeks. Just like the Israelites, sometimes we are delayed by design. Every dream has difficulties. God uses delays to get us ready for those difficulties.


“Life, misfortunes, isolation, abandonment, poverty, are battlefields which have their heroes; obscure heroes, sometimes greater than the illustrious heroes.” – Victor Hugo Kathleen Maddox ran away from home when she was 15. Her mother was strict, overbearing, and cold. When Kathleen’s father would try to be affectionate toward his wife, she would push him away, telling him he was “vulgar.” After years of suffocating under her mother’s control, Kathleen had enough and ran away. Now that she was finally free, she could do whatever she wanted. She drank too much and had promiscuous sex. When she was only 16, Kathleen found out she was pregnant. She ended up having a son who never knew his father or had a real father figure. Kathleen was a terrible mother. She would leave her son and disappear for days or weeks at a time. Eventually, she was convicted of armed robbery and was sentenced to 5 years in prisons.


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