Tapulanga Foundation, Inc. was one of the seminar's beneficiaries, together with the Kalipay Foundation Scholarship Fund and One La Salle Scholarship Fund. Other speakers were Alex Lacson (Faith in the Filipino), Yeng Remulla (On Starting Something) and Lois Yasay (Starting a Passion Revolution) who were also applauded for their inspiring sharing. The crowd was given the task to make a survey of the things, traits or habits that they want to change and they want to achieve. It was an avenue in gaining tips and techniques establishing DISCIPLINE within Filipinos. Francis J. Kong emphasized that “good people do not retire, they refire” which inspired all especially the SFAS attendees.
“To attain success, I learned that I need to have more patience in life, be strong and do my best in everything I do.” – Ms. Elena Coja, Grade 1 Adviser
“I learned that discipline is the best factor to change. I especially like the three do’s: just do it, do it yourself and do business honorably.” – Ms. Maricel Navigar, Assistant Vice Principal and Preschool In-Charge
“I learned to have a positive outlook towards life no matter how hard it is.”
– Ms. Rosemarie Iglesia, Grade 3 Adviser
“I learned that I have to develop more character and aim high. Most of all, I learned that I don’t have to stop learning.” – Ms. Leda Ibugan, Grade 2 Adviser
“I learned that discipline is the road to success.” – Ms. May Santillan, School Librarian
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