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This site is a meeting place that provides members of Bisayan and Friends Cultural Society with a shared calendar, discussion forums, member profiles, photo gallery, file storage and more. We encourage you to upload your photo, complete your profile and participate!

We hope that you will participate with the rest of better our lives and the lives of our peers.

Located in Calgary, Alberta, CANADA.

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MOST ACTIVE MEMBERS

  • Elmer
  • Michael
  • Alain Lawrence
  • Bhong
  • Carlito
  • AlpineScramble

RECENT BLOG POSTS

  • Leave the Nest to Start Your Company? 8 Signs You're Ready

    Posted by Michael / on 03/05/2012 / 0 Comments

    Daydreaming about leaving your day job? See if you fit the profile of a successful entrepreneur--or if you're better off staying where you are.

    So, you have a great idea for a business. You believe in it with all your heart. (On your better days anyway.) Furthermore, you are really tired of the 8-to-6 grind. (Hey, didn't that used to be 9-5?) On some days you are absolutely certain that it's time to follow your dream and take the plunge into entrepreneurialism. But on other days the doubt, and yes, even the fear, are enough to make you pack your ..

  • How To Follow Up On A Job Interview

    Posted by Michael / on 02/28/2012 / 0 Comments

    Following up on an interview is a critical part of the job search process. We talked to three career coaches about the most effective way to do it. Sarah Stamboulie has worked in human resources for corporations and nonprofits and is now a career consultant in New York. Roy Cohen is a career coach who specializes in financial services and wrote TheWall Street Professional's Survival Guide: Success Secrets of a Career Coach. David Couper is a coach in Los Angeles and author of Outsiders on the Inside: How to Create a Winning Career Even When You Don't Fit In. Here is ..

  • Dreading work? You can do something about that

    Posted by Michael / on 02/28/2012 / 0 Comments

    What are you afraid of at work? Becoming redundant? Your Freddie Kruegerboss? That you’ll show up at the weekly team meeting without pants? That no one will notice?

    While we may be reluctant to discuss what frightens us (fear of looking weak or vulnerable), fear affects our behaviour and can seriously block our career path.

    There are multiple reasons why people feel anxiety in the workplace, and they are usually less obvious than a bully in the corner office. Alan Kearns, career coach and founder of CareerJoy, says one of the most common fears his clients have ..

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