Monthly Archives: February 2015

Get Real and Create an Empowered Authentic Self

Being Authentic is always the best credibility.

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By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach

Demonstrating an authentic self is a challenge every now and then to many individuals. Oftentimes, they pause and think on how they respond when presented of an inquiry about their authentic self. Many are very gullible but will be short of authenticity; the flaws are evident.

Creating real illustration that will project credible image beyond the usual events is by establishing an authentic self and relationship; about who you are, your capabilities, demonstrating your competency, your business and your organization or team, sharing your knowledge through real conversations beyond hand-shakes and exchange of business cards, including your networking abilities.

There are plenty of creative ways in showing your authentic self through activities that will package your professional expertise. Real self-empowerment transcribe opportunities at your disposal, however hard works, time and efforts are your investments.

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Gaining results through networking require unselfish willingness to invest on your time; establishing…

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Is it good or bad question: “What have you been working on?”

A question to be accurately considered at a given setting and environment yet culturally. Inexperienced individuals use this question as a direct comouflage to their excuse of can’t think of anything else to say or contribute into a conversation.

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By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

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Sharing us your perspectives will provide insights about the etiquette of asking certain types of questions at specific events. Everyone is welcome to give their ideas and situational perspectives. Feel feel to share it via the reply area at the bottom of this article. Thank you.

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