Article/News by: Angelina T. Agayon
Date Posted: May 2, 2018

Business Administration students major in Finance create the 1st Finance Ignite 2018 showcasing their brains and brawns last April 13, 2018 at SHC Rendu Cultural Gymnasium. Aptly themed “Strategized to Survived through Unity in Adversity, Unyielding Tenacity, and Igniting Team Spirit”, the one-day event paved the new thinking of the incoming JFINEX Officers attributing the mixture of brilliant mind and physique.

The morning session began with an opening prayer led by Ms. Shaina Malabuyoc and the delivery of opening remarks by Ms. Eloisa Arambulo, incoming VP for Finance,. Ms. Arambulo reiterated the goal of bringing out TLC – Teamwork, Leadership, and Camaraderie – from the students and to take a break from everyday work. The games started with cheers, yells and dance moves. Shortly after, simultaneous competitions in individual and group games in tsibog olympics, salong itlog, hilahang lubid, batuhang bola, basketball shoot-out, and basketball dribbling relay. Team Gray captured the championship while Teams Pink and Orange landed as the first and second runner up. All winners were given trophies. Mr. Prudenz Lorredo, incoming Executive Vice President for external affairs and project head of the event, closed the morning brawn session by thanking all who participated. In the afternoon session, the Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) conducted a seminar wherein the topic to be discussed is all about “Love, Success and Empowerment.”

The program started at exactly 1 o’clock in the afternoon with an opening remarks coming from Mr. Prudenz Lorredo, Project Head and incoming Executive Vice President for external affairs.

The guest speaker is Mr. Manu Respall aka “Mr. Speaks”, a graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Major in Industrial Design, an actor, a commercial model, Finalist of MTV VJ Search 2003, member of the World Dance Alliance, a Contemporary Dance Solo Artist (World Dance Choreographers Network), a model, and a Movement Designer for the Olympic Philippine Team (Synchronized Swimming). Mr. Respall started his talked about love, success and empowerment by sharing his own life experiences. He also added that he would never become “Mr. Speaks” without the challenges he faced and he will never experience happiness.

Mr Speaks said that love is the best antidepressant. He explained that the less love you have, the more depressed you are likely to feel, because one of the most common sources of depression is feeling unloved. To get love and keep love you have to go out and be active and learn a variety of specific skills. The second topic he discussed was success; he said that in order for you to achieve the greatest success, you have to embrace the prospect of failure. He explained that we we’re so focused on not failing that we don’t aim for success, settling instead for a life of mediocrity. He highlighted that the sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult. The last topic is all about empowerment, he said that there are empowering beliefs that will lead you to success. And beliefs have the power to create and the power to destroy. He explained that our beliefs control how we live our lives; we only have to remember that we have a choice of how we are going to live our life to the fullest. He further added that you don’t have to worry about if your beliefs are right or wrong, just be determine what the results will be if you act on them. This does take some practice but how long it takes depends on you! You just need to decide what you have to do that will support you toward a life of success.

To conclude the event, Mr. Cedrick Sy, the incoming Vice President for Internal Affairs delivered his closing remarks where he acknowledged those who attended the seminar and give thanks to the guest speaker who wholeheartedly shared and gave advice to the attendees. Ms. Monica Paola Noscal end the seminar by saying the closing prayer.

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