Jonathan shares 2021 Business Prospects with ANC
Jonathan speaks at the 2020 Emirates Airlines Literature Festival
Held annually in Dubai, the Emirates Litfest is one of the most prestigious gatherings of authors around the world. In this interview, Jonathan talks about his inspirations behind his first best-selling book, “From Grit To Great”.
Philippines’ Best Work Spaces with Jonathan Yabut
In partnership with Rappler, Jonathan takes a tour of the Philippines’ first cashless office, the headquarters of Globe Telecom. We explore the benefits of using technology in enabling your employees to work smart, and not just hard.
The Entrepreneurship Journey of Jonathan Yabut with CNN
Jonathan shares his experiences as a millennial entrepreneur in this episode of CNN Philippines’, The Boardroom. As the managing director of JY Consultancy and Ventures, he also talks about the highs and lows of pursuing the millennial market in the consultation business.
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Too Many Things Happening In Life? It's time to practice TRIAGE!
If you’re a fan of medical TV shows like me (Grey’s Anatomy, The Good Doctor), you probably have noticed that doctors, nurses and paramedics practice an SOP whenever they’re overwhelmed by a surge of trauma patients. For example, in cases of a bus crash or airplane crash when there are too many patients asking for medical help, they must segment patients according to case severity and chance of survival. In this video, I talk about the best practice that we can learn from the medical world when managing so many things to do in the office or in life. We call it, TRIAGE.
You Can't Please Everyone At Work
Not everyone's opinions will matter for your success. Some are meant to make you better, and some are meant to simply hurt you. Let go of your urge to please everyone who criticizes you. You're not pizza, you can't please everyone at work!
3 Signs You're Working For A Toxic Company
Has work become an everyday torture? Perhaps you're working for a toxic company that's worth avoiding or leaving. Here are some signs to help you identify. Remember that before you conclude, validate your feelings: be observant, ask for advice, and keep too much drama at bay.