I have always been a believer of destiny–a destiny that is passionately made over time with faith, hard work and dedication. Becoming an author (in National Bestseller) is the least to my priority, though writing is something that I cannot live without doing.
Before I started writing the book last year, it was just a plain idea. While observing the people coming in and out of the mall, I asked myself: “Is there a job waiting for these people?” Well, I think I was referring to the students that time.
After 15 days, working 3 hours a day (waking up at 5am and writing ’til 8am), the book is done! Discipline could best describe it.
What I found out that while doing the manuscript is that in life, it’s not about an immediate answer to our questions that matters. That’s why it has always been my philosophy to look for the reason, not for the answer, because reason automatically gives the answer.
“Is There a Job Waiting for You?” is a question I never had to ask myself because I found my reason. As early as 20, I was already a correspondent of The Manila Times which would invite me as a columnist at 23. I was in my fifth year when Malacañang Palace appointed me as Presidential Technical Assistant for Youth Affairs.
I want to help young people (by age or by heart). All I have wanted to do is to make other people better than I am. I want them to realize their aspirations. I want to help them achieve their ultimate dreams.
My book was written with 9 proven effective weapons to make jobs look for you. For once, stop thinking like looking for a job. Trust me, if you don’t have competitive advantage, might as well not to compete. Stay away from the 95% of people who looks for job. Let the jobs look for you. That’s it.
This is the link of the books website so you can understand what such “mini-bible” according to JobsDB.com.ph is all about:
Join me in promoting this humble contribution of mine to our future workforce, and for the country. Let us bring back the smile on each and every face in our generation. Join me in bringing back the hope, and then together realize it for us, in our time, and for the generations to come.
[Pass the good news. Already out in bookstores nationwide. With distribution reaching the United States and Europe.]