Patrick Mabilog

Patrick Mabilog's core passion is leadership and passion. His goal is to train 10,000 people to become leaders in their respective areas of influence.

How To Discuss Money as a Couple Without Committing Murder

Every June and July, Ces and I go through some heavy expenses— insurances, property taxes, tuition, etc. When these times come, we plan a schedule to pay them. The conversation gets heated as all good conflict should be. Sometimes, our helpers and kids think we’re in a fight, but we’re really just “passionately discussing” our …

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How to Eliminate Tasks From Your To-Do List and Still Achieve More

Not everything on your to-do list needs to get done, or to be done by you. Blake Straton . “Focus on This” Have you ever looked at your to-do list and give out a hopeless sigh? Many people today struggle with managing piles of work load regularly but still feel like they aren’t getting anything …

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“Good Samaritan”: On Civil Discourse and Social Media Bashing

Anyone who’s seen my social channels in recent days will know that I’ve been posting a lot about civil discourse and its importance in the hyper-connected digital world we live in. Nowadays, it seems that social media has done more to divide people more than connect. There are divisions in political, religious, social, medical, and …

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Persevering through Crisis: What Separates Flimsy and Storm-proof Christians

These days have been some of the roughest ever in history. With the global pandemic came a health crisis, a global economic downturn, waves of depression, and many other tragedies of epochal proportions.  The truth of the matter, my friends, is that we are not yet out of the woods. How I wish I could …

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