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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #40 on: November 08, 2009, 08:24:37 PM »
Nawad-an ni sila sa focus bay Proc...nakalimot ug unsa diay ilang tuyo paglangyaw....nabutaan sa tawhanong kahigal......
sa akong kaugalingong panghunahuna ang kasagaran nga mahitumpawak sa pagpakasala, kadto dili manggi-ampoon.


Importante kaayo sa matag-adlaw ang pag-ampo nga magiyahan tas bisan unsay atong mga bulahaton nga mahi-angay sab sa IYANG kabubut-on....sa ingon niining paagiha, kuli gyud kaayo kang motulibagbag..


Kadtong wala makaila ug Ginoo maoy kasagaran makahimo ug salaod. Subra naman ang kwarta mao daghan kaayo ang possibilidad nga ma tintal ug lulinghayaw.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #41 on: November 08, 2009, 08:28:32 PM »
With adequate education, mabuhi ra man tingali ta comfortably in our own country. Kon daghan kag gikinahanglan aron malipay, lisod jud hinuon.

Candz, parehas diay mog pilosopiya ni John Stuart Mill who said: "I have learned to seek my happiness by limiting my desires, rather than in attempting to satisfy them."
 

Mao jud Manoy simple ra jud ahong pangandoy sa kinabuhi. Di pud ko materialistic nga pagkatawo. Ug unsay maabot sa ahong pinanginabuhian mao ra pod aho. Ingon ani man gud pud ahong mga parents.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #42 on: November 08, 2009, 08:32:04 PM »
Maayo gyud tuod ning mang empleyo sa gawas kay dagko man ug kita kumpara sa nag nagtrabaho lang sa atua.....
pero subo lang sab palandungon nga tungod sa temporaryong panaglagyo sa asawa ug bana, daghang pamilya ang nabungkag, kay hayan ang asawa nagduwa ug kayo o ang bana nag sawo-sawo pud ug baga....ang luoy ang mga anak intawon.
Mao ni ang sakit kaayo nga realidad..

para asa man diay ning atong daghang kwarta nga kinitaan,???



Usa na sa rason Sir Bugs nga di ko moabroad.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #43 on: November 08, 2009, 08:34:37 PM »
Usa na sa rason Sir Bugs nga di ko moabroad.

Sakto bitaw ang kang bai Hubs......kinahanglan nga makontento lang gud kon unsay naabot.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #44 on: November 08, 2009, 08:34:39 PM »
What a nice plan Lorenz.

Good luck!

Thank You, Friend.
Looking at the present situation, it is only logical.
We are yet still young. Job is 23, Albert is 23 and I am 24. With ample networking in medical pillars, we need to facilitate a business plan and blue print, acquire investment through capital downpayment. Purchasing land and establishing political relations with the government in that particular land will be of optimum prerogative. That is why I am targetting either Cebu-Bohol-Ilongo because of our family relations and ties. Land is no problem for me because my family owns hectars of land in Bohol.

In point of view lang, I do not think I want to work as a clinician in the United States all my life. For some time, yes.

But my heart has always longed to go back to The Visayas.

My heart will always be in Cebu-Bohol.

Cebu is the 2nd largest city in the entire RP, and the fastest growing economy in the entire country, and Bohol also a growing economic power, and voted one of the most peaceful provinces in the entire RP. Resources are available, it now requires time and capital for the acquisition of the goal.

Fortunately, my friends and I are not the only ones that dream of going back to the Philippines and setting up a practice back home or establishing a hospital. I have never settled for 'small things' or little things.
If I will go back to open a clinic in Philippines, it will not be a small clinic. It will be a large hospital, with western and philippine trained physicians working on a daily basis providing the best medical care for the people.

Investment and planning, must be acquired. Fortunately, time is in our side.


Thanks.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #45 on: November 08, 2009, 08:34:47 PM »
Mao jud Manoy simple ra jud ahong pangandoy sa kinabuhi. Di pud ko materialistic nga pagkatawo. Ug unsay maabot sa ahong pinanginabuhian mao ra pod aho. Ingon ani man gud pud ahong mga parents.

Bitaw, Day Candz, unsaon man nang sobra. Ingon bitaw ahong amigo nga karaan kaajo ang model sa celfon, "Motawag ka nako, makatubag ko. Motawag ko nimo, kadungog ka nako. Unsaon man nako nang celfon nga daghang kuskos-balungos? Kon labayay, pildi ka kay mas bug-at ning akong celfon!" ;D 

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #46 on: November 08, 2009, 08:39:38 PM »
Bitaw, Day Candz, unsaon man nang sobra. Ingon bitaw ahong amigo nga karaan kaajo ang model sa celfon, "Motawag ka nako, makatubag ko. Motawag ko nimo, kadungog ka nako. Unsaon man nako nang celfon nga daghang kuskos-balungos? Kon labayay, pildi ka kay mas bug-at ning akong celfon!" ;D 

Hahahah....Halos puro China phone na ang gipamalit sa mga tawo dire sa Mla. Manoy kay brato ra kaajo unja daghan man gihapon ug features ug di pud masnatch. Ang mga sosy ra jud ang mamalit anang mga mahalon nga orig.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #47 on: November 08, 2009, 08:41:42 PM »
Diha ko'y kainom gabii....3 sab ka Pinoy,ang 2 naghisgot ug dagkong sweldo...nindot ug sakyanan pero tungod sa pagtrabaho nila's diri's gawas, broken family ang labas....
Sayod ko nga sa ilang sipa kaayo nga bahakhak kay daghan nag nainom, nagpahipi ang kahapdos ug kasakit sa galamham tungod sa personal kaayo nga mga problema...

tsk, stk, tsk... :'(

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #48 on: November 08, 2009, 08:44:33 PM »
Diha ko'y kainom gabii....3 sab ka Pinoy,ang 2 naghisgot ug dagkong sweldo...nindot ug sakyanan pero tungod sa pagtrabaho nila's diri's gawas, broken family ang labas....
Sayod ko nga sa ilang sipa kaayo nga bahakhak kay daghan nag nainom, nagpahipi ang kahapdos ug kasakit sa galamham tungod sa personal kaayo nga mga problema...

tsk, stk, tsk... :'(

hahaha.ajaw hilak bai

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #49 on: November 08, 2009, 08:46:07 PM »
Diha ko'y kainom gabii....3 sab ka Pinoy,ang 2 naghisgot ug dagkong sweldo...nindot ug sakyanan pero tungod sa pagtrabaho nila's diri's gawas, broken family ang labas....
Sayod ko nga sa ilang sipa kaayo nga bahakhak kay daghan nag nainom, nagpahipi ang kahapdos ug kasakit sa galamham tungod sa personal kaayo nga mga problema...

tsk, stk, tsk... :'(

Kalooy pud unja labi na ug gipangwaldas ra pud ang ilang mga kinitaan sa abroad sa ilang mga palamunin dire sa Pinas. Pastilan!

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #50 on: November 08, 2009, 08:47:21 PM »
milyonaryo na si vito nakakuha ug perlas sa isla berde...


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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #52 on: November 08, 2009, 08:48:55 PM »
milyonaryo na si vito nakakuha ug perlas sa isla berde...

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #53 on: November 08, 2009, 08:49:11 PM »
hahaha.ajaw hilak bai

ayayyy...'kita gyud noon ko'g moon.....tagak sab mga tiki.....hehehe

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #54 on: November 08, 2009, 08:49:12 PM »
Bugsay,

The key to economic security and financial stability, despite one's profession, is: Financial appropriation.
If person X gets paid so much, he should take half of his salary and save it. It must not be touched. At all. The other half shall be used, appropriately.

How say person X was an engineer in Saudi, getting paid $2,000 a month.
In 5 months time, Engineer X would have saved $5,000; untouched. With more saved in his checking acount from the unused appropriated half. Right?

Now lets say after 2 years, time, Engineer X would have already saved $24,000. Untouched, with interests growing. Amazing eh?

Now after 4 years time, Engineer X would have saved close to $48,000. Untouched.
Very nice investment.

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It is what I call living by one's means and fiscal conservative measure.
It is easy to spend money, and see it blown away.
It's harder to save finance, but much sweeter to see how much God has granted you through hard work and guarded sensibilities.


Lorenzo.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #55 on: November 08, 2009, 08:51:02 PM »
ayayyy...'kita gyud noon ko'g moon.....tagak sab mga tiki.....hehehe

hahaha.lingin ba ang moon bai.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #57 on: November 08, 2009, 08:52:45 PM »
As for me:

It is ludacris for anyone to drink to get drunk or to smoke.
Personal biase and prejudice in my part.

I have friends who are alcoholics who spend close to $200 a week on drinks.
Thats equivalent to $800 a month.
Equivalent to $9,600 a year. Wasted.

You loose money and at the same time develop fatty hepatic liver, with reduced liver enzymes, and the increased risk of developing liver cancer.

Lorenzo.

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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #58 on: November 08, 2009, 08:57:42 PM »
Bugsay,

The key to economic security and financial stability, despite one's profession, is: Financial appropriation.
If person X gets paid so much, he should take half of his salary and save it. It must not be touched. At all. The other half shall be used, appropriately.

How say person X was an engineer in Saudi, getting paid $2,000 a month.
In 5 months time, Engineer X would have saved $5,000; untouched. With more saved in his checking acount from the unused appropriated half. Right?

Now lets say after 2 years, time, Engineer X would have already saved $24,000. Untouched, with interests growing. Amazing eh?

Now after 4 years time, Engineer X would have saved close to $48,000. Untouched.
Very nice investment.

----

It is what I call living by one's means and fiscal conservative measure.
It is easy to spend money, and see it blown away.
It's harder to save finance, but much sweeter to see how much God has granted you through hard work and guarded sensibilities.


Lorenzo.

Binisaya lang ko bai Lorenz kay...mao lagi namayabas ra man gud ko sa una sa grade 1 pa ko...hehehe..

kini'ng imong gihisgutan bai, sayon kaayo litokon pero lisod kaayo buhaton.
Magkadako ang imong abot o kinitaan, magkadako sab imong gasto...mausab ang lifestyle ug ang level sa pamuyo...
Tungod kay dako nag sweldo, dili na motor ang sakyanan..ilisan nag trooper....ang humba ilisan nag beefsteak...heheh
Tinuod ni Bai...di gyud ni ikalalis....

Mao nga ako, bilib ko sa asawa o bana nga nakatigum gyud...luyo sa sakto-sakto ra sab nga kinitaan....kay dili baya pod tanan nga ning abroad ang dagko ug kita...


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Re: Working abroad or employed locally?
« Reply #59 on: November 08, 2009, 08:58:29 PM »
milyonaryo na si vito nakakuha ug perlas sa isla berde...

 

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