Archive | May, 2010

Organize your life

31 May

Last Saturday night, i was invited to give a one and a half hour lecture to the Events management class of the KKB CAM & WAM workshop. My lecture was about timeline, checklist, Social Media’s role for marketing an event, PM Softwares and personal tips for being a P.A. It was a great experience speaking in front of  Ministry leaders, an engineer and people who have been into planning events, and just need the know-hows of the said practice. One thing i noticed was most of them have been in to events planning  and can relate to  what i am talking about. Continue reading

Passion Manila 2010: Make Him famous!

27 May

“Passion exists to glorify God-uniting students in worship and prayer for spiritual awakening in this generation.” If that is their purpose, then the Passion Manila 2010 organizers are making the right steps to fulfill it. It takes more than a Chris Tomlin, a Kristian Stanfill, a Louie Giglio, or 200-peso ticket to fill the Araneta Coliseum that night. God is really Great.

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KKB workshop teasers

22 May

KKB Movement recently announced that THE KKB WORSHIP AND CREATIVE ARTS SUMMER WORKSHOPS are back! This is the most awaited workshop by the movement and this time, streams are getting better and better.  The workshops will now cater eight God-centered vision-driven, non-profit,jump-packed and business-oriented Continue reading

A Citizen Reporter’s duty

18 May

7 days after the Nationwide Automated Elections have passed and we have more than a week to wait before the scheduled Presidential Proclamation (if there will be no People Power)  happens. Few days ago, I had no purple thumb primary photo for ‘Facebook’, nor a blog about who and how  i voted for National Elections. Well, aside from taking photos of the elections, i volunteered as  Bantay Eleksyon 2010 – Citizen Reporter last May 10 for our Province. As a response-able Filipino Continue reading

A brand new Blog brand

16 May

Response that redirect is the new and final title for this wordpress.com blog. It’s a parody of my  favorite C# code  that i use to open web forms or pages on object events.

For  example,  Response.Redirect(“http://www.akosiniko.wordpress.com”); will redirect your page to my wordpress blog. Continue reading