Jayme Del Rosario is not your ordinary girl. She is a traveler, blogger, entrepreneur, photographer, producer and a whole lot of things. In this video, she shares to us why she does the things she does.
Get to know more about Jayme Del Rosario here: http://jaymedr.tumblr.com/
Isa Garcia shares the moment that made her realize the importance of living a beautiful life.
Isa is the co-founder and managing director of The Better Story Project. It is a mentorship program for teenage girls.
Know more about Isa and The Better Story Project here: http://www.everydayisa.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/the-better-story-project/
Mark Ruiz shares his thoughts on innovation and why he bravely left his promising career at a multinational company.
Mark Ruiz is the co-founder and managing director of Hapinoy, a social business enterprise that focuses on developing micro-enterprises.
Learn more about Mark Ruiz here: http://ruizmark.com/
Charlene Tan shares what she saw in the world that pushed her to become a social entrepreneur.
Char is the founder of Good Food Co. She helps the farmers build a sustainable livelihood through fresh, healthy and yummy harvest. She developed Community Shared Agriculture, a system that helps build relationships between the farmers and shareholders that mutually empowers them.
Learn more about Good Food Co. here: http://www.goodfoodcommunity.com
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Watch this video done for the Japanese market in partnership with our community partner in Pasig City, Philippines
Krz Lopez is a girl with big dreams in her heart! She is part of the team behind the game-changing crowdfunding site — TheSparkProject.com.
Here she is with the Kwaderno Pacem Journal which was shot in her trip to attend a Startup event in Singapore.
Krz shares why she is passionate about the work she does for TheSparkProject:
What I’m most passionate about TheSparkProject is the amazement I always feel knowing that there are a lot of good ideas out there which are implementable, and which, if you give them full support, can even go beyond their limits. What amazes me more is that there are a lot more generous people who are open to these ideas and would really share their resources to make those spark projects happen.
What’s your advice for Filipinos who want to make their ideas but feel a lot of restrictions surrounding them to make it happen?
While it’s true that there [are] many uncertainties out there to make your ideas happen, one certainty you can hold on to is that there are quite a lot of people who can and will support you along the way. So, pitch your idea to as many people as you can and jump!
Check out www.thesparkproject.com and see how you can make YOUR idea happen!
Reese Fernandez-Ruiz shares how she chooses to live her life.
Check out her website rags2riches.ph/ to know more about her philosophy.