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Welcoming Mang Cha-a Kalibo With Open Arms

September 25, 2013

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Kalibo is a provincial capital that should have applied for city status a long time ago. It is the gateway to Boracay, one of the Philippines’ prized beach destinations, and the only island with white sand so fine, it is likened to the Filipino dessert, the Polvoron. Kalibo, being the bustling portal municipal and provincial […]

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Perang Padala: How To Transform Remittances Into Profit

April 22, 2013

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By Lila Villa There are three types of Global Pinoys: The first type are the overseas contract workers who find themselves in short-term exile in a foreign land by virtue of their work contracts. They are very frequently found in the Middle East and other countries in the East or South East Asia. The second […]

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Writing, Outsourced Services And E-commerce

April 19, 2013

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By Lila Villa There are plenty of ways to engage in e-commerce depending on your interest, skills and resources. You can trade physical products, retail/distribute digital downloads or outsource services.  Jay Castillo did a brilliant job of bringing real estate to the level of e-commerce through his website for foreclosures and auctions. Which just goes […]

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So You Want To Succeed In E-Commerce? Don’t Make These Same Mistakes.

April 2, 2013

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By Lila Villa I find it extremely interesting to reflect on cautionary tales because they provide more insight and warning into what to do and what not to do in business than all the classes and theoretical readings on the subject I’ve ever had in my whole life. There are many factors that go into […]

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Drop Shipping? Who, Me?

April 2, 2013

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By Lila Villa   Drop shipping was a most wondrous concept I had not heard of up until my enrollment in the Ecommerce 102 Fast Track program. Certainly drop shipping has been around for as long as e-commerce has existed, but to Pinoy entrepreneurs and wannabes, this may be a little known concept. (For more […]

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Traditional Business Or E-commerce? The Answer Might Surprise You.

April 1, 2013

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By Lila Villa You’ve heard it said before: if you’re experiencing bad business, you can jumpstart it back to life by using e-commerce. But e-commerce is not a magical pill that makes all your bad business problems go away. First there’s a matter of doing e-commerce right. Then there’s everything else. Eireen Diokno Bernardo of […]

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LiveWealthier Library Maiden Launch: “An E-commerce Primer for the Global Pinoy”

March 23, 2013

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We say time and again that Live Wealthier is here to help you learn how to live a richer, fuller life. We do that by sharing with you valuable stories relevant to this. We even share our own stories about things we learned from personal mistakes and failures. We also share with you stories of […]

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Real Estate Investment: Factors In Building Successful Rental Properties

November 2, 2012

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I recently made an introduction to real estate investment in LiveWealthier.net’s Resources area. In that article, I made an overview of what real estate investing can mean for you. The reason is that, by the day, I’m realizing what a lucrative business boarding house or dormitory rentals can be. I live in a beautiful, new, […]

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The Humble Soup Stall: A Story Of The Filipino Dream

September 24, 2012

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The Filipino survivor’s spirit is truly worth admiring. How many stories have we heard, or even told, of parents working hard selling fish, managing a “sari-sari store” or home-based mini-mart, just to put their kids through school and give them a different, better future? If the American Dream is the “Freedom to receive and act […]

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