How A 9-5 Job Can Change My Life

22 07 2011

Sorry it took me a while to write a new post on Lifestyle Scientist again. For the past few weeks, I have been busy with my new job. It’s quite stressful because I always work from evening to morning and when I get home, I’d sleep the whole day to regain energy.

I’m working as a customer service associate or a call boy(Male prostitute in the Philippines–It’s a metaphor, okay?) for one awesome company here in the Philippines. If you were browsing Lifestyle Scientist you would see that it’s one of my goals to be a customer service associate. It’s not the best job in the world but I applied for one reason, habit. Read the rest of this entry »





What American Idol Taught Me About Personal Branding

16 06 2011


This post has been long overdue. Recently, I was having “DNS”  server problems(It Sucks) with my connection where it will only last for 10 minutes  then my Internet slows downs and an “Error Page”  appears. As I result, this post has been on my drafts folder for almost a month. 

As you may know, I am a huge fan of underlying lessons. I can take any form of media from cartoons, commercials, movies, news headlines and turn it into a life lesson, a personal brand tip or any thing that can help me improve my life.

I actually think this is a disease, I developed 2 years ago.

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Important Business Lessons I Learned the Hard Way

13 06 2011

Only 5% of out  every person that joins a Network Marketing Company becomes successful after a year. Sad to say, I was part of the 90% that failed.

Exactly  1 year and 8 months ago, I joined my first Business Opportunity. I found investors, attended the trainings but ended up failing after a year. Read the rest of this entry »





The Process We Call Change

3 06 2011

Lifestyle Scientist

In the past month, I have been trying to figure out, What kind of blogging voice will Lifestyle Scientist have? What topics should be posted  here? What kind of audience should it cater to? What is my long term plans and goals for LS?

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