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15 Ways to Learn from

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  1. Learn with me. Keep a journal. Examine your experiences. Write about the topics that I share. When you feel like you want to talk something else, by all means write about that. You are on your own shoes.
  2. I blog almost everyday, but I promise to send to you an online newsletter at least once a week, preferably on Mondays, 7AM Philippine Standard Time. Create a folder in your email inbox so that you may read the newsletter anytime you want.
  3. If this is your first time to meet me and my ideas, visit the library. You will find articles on motivation, public speaking, team building, leadership, and personal development.
  4. Create your own blog about your own leadership. Start a new discussion on Facebook.
  5. Quote lines that made a positive impact on you. Create a digital poster. Share it on Google+, Pinterest, or Facebook. Write your explanation. I ask you to do this so that more people will aspire to become better leaders. Spread the hope.
  6. You can republish some articles in your newsletter. I’ll appreciate if you would tell me where and when.
  7. Submit your articles. Guest posting is highly encouraged. What posts are welcome here? You can submit work-related posts. I welcome ideas that will help everyday leaders in private enterprises, government organizations, civil societies, student leaders, and almost from anyone who has something to share.
  8. Interview a person who demonstrates positive leadership in your community. Write about him or her. Or send a video of your interview. I promise to post videos worthy for people to know.
  9. Express yourself. Speak your mind. Use the comment section to share your thoughts, expand ideas, and converse with those who also like you took the time to express themselves. You and I cannot build a community unless you participate and invite others to join us too.
  10. Start your Malasakit Projects. I create small projects to help others. For example you can help buy tsinelas for kids who go to school barefoot. In some far flung areas, wearing shoes are not advisable. Sometimes, it is free training to school teachers or offering livelihood seminars to informal settlers. These are small projects which your donation can be of big help.
  11. Send your questions about leadership, learning, living and leading. I will find time to answer your questions either through this blog or your email. You can always win some prizes. You may also ask me anything here.
  12. If you have attended one of my workshops, tell people about your experiences. You can find the descriptions of my training programs at the seminars page.
  13. Some people read ten and twenty articles in a row. Come on, have a life. Wash your dishes too. You can print some articles and read them first in the morning or before you sleep at night. I encourage you not to cut more trees.
  14. There are people who find it fun to correct someone’s grammar and misuse of words. If you belong to this wonderful kind, why not have fun doing it here. I encourage you to email to me anything that makes my writing less than clear. You do not have to write in the comment section. It will become useless when people read it because by the time that they are reading my posts, I will have already followed your advice.
  15. When you want to learn more about me, get more ideas at the about page. For my current projects, go to NOW.

About The Author

Jef Menguin

Since 2008, Jef Menguin delivers at least 30 speeches each year on leadership, teamwork, customer service, entrepreneurship, and intentional influence. He also runs leadership bootcamps, masterclasses, workshops, seminars. He has trained thousands of leaders in the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Taiwan. He resides in Los Banos, Laguna.