The Habit of Wealth – The Mental Attitude That Will Make and Keep You Rich and Turn your Life Around by Learnium Events
The Habit of Wealth July 29, 2017, Saturday from 9:00a.m.– 12:00 noon Palm Village Conference Center 125 Zodiac Street, Makati City 1211
The Habit of Wealth is an interactive financial literacy workshop dubbed as “Master of Money” to prepare your financial status into a meaningful one, to have an in-depth grip on how to handle money matters towards wealth success. Embrace the “Road to Riches” fundamentals with Mark Tier, an Australian author based in Hong Kong, is NLP Master Practitioner, and the author of The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffet and George Soros.
Change Your Mind: Change Your Life “What separates the rich from the poor and the middle class is not money in the bank but a mental attitude: The Habit of Wealth…. most people have the mental attitudes of the poor or middle class—and the associated beliefs and emotional reactions about money that keep them in a permanent state of financial insecurity.” Continue reading →
Essentials of Recruitment, Compensation and Disciplines for SME’s Strategic Human Resource Management Series Organized by Vertical Parallel
January 29, 2014 (Wednesday) 9:00AM – 5:00PM 6th Floor Executive Lounge DAP Building, San Miguel Avenue Ortigas, Pasig City
Program Overview This seminar is geared to equip every SME’s about the basics of the Human Resource Management. At the end of the training, SME’s should understand that aside from compliance reasons, having a strong human resource technical know-how improves the management operations and places every employee into their personal potential productivity.
Round-up on The 7th Search Engine Marketing Conference (SEMCON) 2013 Hotel Intercontinental, Makati City, Philippines
Internet Marketing Search Engine Optimization SEO Social Media Social Media Philippines Blogging Community Business Seminar
Organized by Fiera de Manila Inc.
Manila, Philippines October 30-31, 2013 Deiville’s first time to witness the annual Search Engine Marketing Conference (SEMCON) 2013 held here in the Philippines. Now on its 7th year, FMI invited top ranked speakers from different field of expertise to share an intensive discussion about 2013 trends on internet marketing, search and optimization. Deiville will run through topics with brief information sharing but limited to wide discussion. The seminar dubbed as one of the country’s SEO/Search trends in internet marketing has attract great minds in the digital field for several years. If you want to know more about SEMCON’s future gig, visit FMI webpage and try to reserve seats for next year! 🙂
Round-Up on Advanced Search/SEO Training Course Pre-Conference Training Course to the 7th Search Engine Marketing Conference 2013 (SEMCON 2013)
Asian Institute of Management Conference Center Makati City, Philippines
Internet Marketing Social Media Philippines Business Seminar Blogging Community
Organized by Fiera de Manila Inc.
Manila, Philippines October 29, 2013 Deiville will be sharing a few points of (but limited) discussions from what we had learned from this conference, most of the speakers engaged in highly advanced search and seo tactics. And it was worth attending FMI’s event to be able to grasp the real-time trends and behavior in internet marketing.
Investors in People (IiP) Philippines The Core of Investing In People
Business Seminar People Management Skills
Using People Management for Competitive Advantage Investors in People (IiP) Philippines recently held its first symposium in the Philippines concerning transformation of business performance investors in people standard. The seminar took place at the Asian Institute of Management’s Conference Center in Makati City. IiP Philippines aims to connect Investors in People Standard to businesses and organizations to develop handling middle management and people strategy.
Gerry A. Plana (CEO of Investors in People Philippines) tackles “The Challenge of Managing People Better” – What is good for the people is good for the business, hence more often people are expensed not “capitalized.”