This weekend, on June 2, 2012, Yeng Remulla, author of the highly acclaimed book, PRODUCTIVE PINOY, will be in General Santos to headline a seminar based on his book.
Mr. Remulla who has been an entrepreneur for over 15 years is the founder of Blueacres Land & Development – a thriving real estate company managing a portfolio worth P105M. Aside from that, he is also co-founder of Spark Consultancy – the next-gen training firm.
Previously, he has worked both as an independent contractor and supplier in many different industries.
In his book, he shares how one can be highly productive in the workplace and yet still enjoy a life with meaning. A local bestseller, “Productive Pinoy” has garnered 18 positive reviews as of date and has reached 23,000 likes on Facebook. He has since then travelled all throughout the country talking about insights from his book.
And so, on Saturday, June 2, 2012, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm, for the first time ever, Yeng Remulla will be in GenSan in the aptly named “How to be a Productive Pinoy” Seminar.
In the seminar, Mr. Remulla will touch on the following topics:
- Learn the success of Facebook, Angry Birds and distinguished entrepreneurs.
- How to set and achieve your goals in business, career or life.
- What it really means to be a Productive Pinoy (and it’s not just about working hard and doing more).
- Learn how to pick a career or a business to start.
- Prepare an “action plan” for an upcoming business or dream.
The topics alone are worth the very minimal registration fees of P300 and P200 (for students). According to event producer Occasions First – “You are assured that the insights you will learn from the seminar is worth your pay. Please do consider this as an investment that will benefit your perspective and lifestyle, in general.”
To join this seminar which will be held at the KCC Events and Convention Center, you need to register online by clicking here.
For more info on the “Be A Productive Pinoy” Seminar, call or text 0942-2553335, 0910-8326906. You may email Occasions First at firstname.lastname@example.org.