BusinesSexy is about those fifteen, twenty minutes (or more) at the office when you’d rather be doing something else.
But instead of logging in to Farmville, Mafia Wars, or some other Facebook app that will surely get you into trouble with the bosses, BusinesSexy will fill you in on those lighter, funnier, sexier, more interesting things that happen around your cubicle.
Need advice for getting a better paying job? You might find it here. What NOT to say when closing a major deal with a client? You’ll find stuff like that here, too. Comic strips, videos, cool links, and other stuff that you’d rather look at instead of that weekly report? YES, DEFINITELY. We’re all about the lighter side of work–but we’re not going to dumb you down.
We’ll make your fifteen (or even just five) minutes count.
Got your own stuff to share or comments to make? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sexy Team
Vince is an adventure junkie from San Diego, California, who’s blissfully lost in the Philippines right now. He’s in search of his next big adventure, his next crazy story and the best beer in the world! Vince is a surfer at heart and loves hanging out at the beach with friends. He has always had a passion for writing and has articles published in Playboy, Meg, Status, Filipinas Magazine, San Diego Daily Aztec and more. He also has many blogs including http://www.VinceGolangco.com, which holds his favorite inspirational tales; while his travel stories can be found on http://www.WhenInManila.com, the first travel video blog from the Philippines.
Vince Golangco graduated from San Diego State University in California. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Communication with a minor in Business while also serving as president of his international business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. His professional experience is very diverse; he served in the United States Navy as an Information Systems technician, worked as a copywriter for Catalytx Advertising Agency, in Human Resources for the Veteran Affairs Hospital, as a Marketing Assistant for The Make-A-Wish Foundation, as a Senior Media Planner for Bright Box Media and many more. Today, Vince writes away in hopes of completing his first book while happily traveling and exploring the wonders of the world.
Quote Vince lives by:
“The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it,
but that it is too low and we reach it.” ~Michelangelo
Two favorites: Books
“The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss
“The Little Prince” by Antoine De Saint-Exupěry
Twitter – http://Twitter.com/VinceGolangco
Travel Vlog – http://WhenInManila.com
Humor Blog – http://www.MotivatedMonkey.com
Life Blog – http://www.VinceGolangco.com
Online Resume – http://www.Linkedin.com/in/VinceGolangco
Writer | Speaker/Facilitator | Poetess | Changemaker
When Niña is not advocating causes, evangelizing ideas, working with civic groups, or blogging and social networking, she is making vision boards, writing poems, conducting workshops, and enjoying the performing arts. A creative soul at heart, Niña established herself as a writer and communicator, having co-authored various publications for a long list of clients. She has written for MEGA Magazine, Entrepreneur Philippines, Cosmopolitan Philippines, METRO Magazine, Smart Parenting Starfish, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Inquirer Blogs, and Good News Pilipinas, among others. She also performs her poetry with Romancing Venus and Bigkas Pilipinas. One of her favourite activities is addressing young Filipinos about their potentials to bring positive change to the country through alternative means.
Niña Terol graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and a minor in Hispanic Studies. A student leader throughout her college days, she served for three consecutive terms in the Sangguniang Mag-aaral (University Student Council) of the Ateneo and was part of the pioneer batch of the Ayala Young Leaders Congress, the most prestigious leadership search in the Philippines. Her 10-year-career has spanned work in the private sector with Globe Telecom, in the non-profit sector with Venture for Fund Raising, and in the public sector with the Office of Senator Francis Pangilinan. She has also done consulting work for a wide variety of multinationals, SMEs, and non-profits.
Niña is married to percussionist and performance artist Paul Zialcita.
The quote tattooed on Niña’s back:
“Lo que mas me importa… es vivir (The most important thing… is to live)” – Federico Garcia Lorca, Spanish writer and activist
Two favourites: Authors
Paulo Coelho (The Alchemist)
Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point; Blink; Outliers)