In this list-feature are inspirational ideas that give hope, motivation, advice, and insights from positive news advocates who can be our role models and be called our very own superheroes.
We recall this year’s most-read Inspirational Views on GoodNewsPilipinas.com pages, bringing you the best parts of these inspiring stories that you can bring into the New Year 2020 to help you stay motivated and to dream and believe in yourselves.
Included in the list are Filipino Pride advocates who give tips on how to stay positive: a beauty queen-lawyer who advocates women empowerment and gender equality, a YouTube celebrity who showcases his heritage, the founder of the country’s most popular homegrown food chain who inspired new graduates, men, and women who espouse positivity, a university basketball team that re-energized college varsity games, and a Pinoy-at-heart Irishman who has learned the secrets of being Filipino.
Here are the Top 6 Inspirational Views on GoodNewsPilipinas.com in 2019:
6. PINOY-AT-HEART MIKE GROGAN, Filipino spirit makes the best of situations
Pinoy-at-heart Mike Grogan, the Irishman who has learned the secrets of being Filipino, talks about “Why Filipinos Smile So Much”.
Mike Grogan’s discovery: The Filipino spirit makes the best of situations, displaying resilience in the midst of disasters and typhoons.
5. UP FIGHT FANS, Cheer until you can’t, Pray without ceasing
9-year-old Agnes Hannah Quadra Balibay wrote about her experience watching a live UAAP game of the UP Fighting Maroons and captured the hearts (views and likes, too) of the basketball-crazy community.
Agnes Hannah’s insight you can take to 2020: Cheer until the end and if you are stressed, start praying!
4. POSITIVITY INFLUENCERS Show optimism despite increasing pessimism
What is the common thing about BBC broadcaster Rico Hizon, wealth management expert Chinkee Tan, Positivitrix Trixie Esguerra, inspirational speaker Bo Sanchez, and author Wilson Lee Flores? They all advocate a positive mindset.
Together these Filipino Pride advocates show optimism despite increasing pessimism in the world.
3. JOLLIBEE FOUNDER TONY TAN CAKTIONG, The best is yet to come
Jollibee Foods Corporation founder and chairman, Tony Tan Caktiong, inspired graduates of the Asian Institute of Management in his speech that shared his life’s journey as the leader of the Philippines’ most popular homegrown food chain.
Chinoypreneur Tony Tan Caktiong shares his own 7 tips in life: dreaming big, his experiences with failure, the value of learning, working with people, making choices, giving back, and being happy. The Jollibee chief says, “the best is yet to come”.
2. YOUTUBER MIKEY BUSTOS, Good vibes about the Filipino and the Philippines
GoodNewsPilipinas.com’s youngest writer-advocate, Agnes Hannah, writes about being inspired by YouTube celebrity Fil-Canadian Mikey Bustos’ videos that combine music and comedy to send out good vibes to the world about the Filipino and the Philippines.
Agnes Hannah’s takeaway from watching Mikey Bustos videos: Getting famous while delivering entertainment with substance is a cool path indeed!
1. MISS PHILIPPINES ATTY. PATCH MAGTANONG, No woman should be left behind
The top inspirational view on Good News Pilipinas comes from Miss Philippines International Bea Patricia “Patch” Magtanong, who made the most of her platform to speak about women empowerment and gender equality.
The beauty queen-lawyer alumna of the University of the Philippines who passed the bar this year delivered this message: As society progresses, “No woman should be left behind” – a call for continuing the work towards enlightenment and justice.
These are just the top 6 and there are many more of these inspirational views on the GoodNewsPilipinas.com pages that can give you the much-needed push for a better New Year in 2020!
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