Some of Jean Henri Lhuillier’s business philosophies came from playing tennis. “In business you have to have discipline. To get better, you have to keep wanting to learn. Understanding that there is a winner and a loser is also important. If you win, then good. If you lose, accept it and improve.”Read more "Game, set, match"
Dragon boat racing, a watersport that evolved from ancient Chinese rituals, is alive and well in the Philippines. Of the 20 teams under the Philippine Canoe-Kayak Federation, two are featured in this month’s spread: Drago Pilipinas and the Philippine Titans.Read more "Mother of Dragons"
“We’ll be bold enough to say that we had a lot to do with popularizing outdoor sports in the Philippines. We promoted the category, we supported the community, we baked the pie.” — Willy Sy, Primer Group of Companies co-founderRead more "The road less taken"
For nearly a century, girls’ high school basketball was the number one spectator sport in the state of Iowa, captivating fans and making heroes and celebrities of the young women who played it. Here is a piece of basketball history written by women.Read more "Iowa girls"
As it is in life, so it is in poker: those with little to lose will risk a lot. Butch Dalisay says that the key to getting ahead early is to take risks early.Read more "Winning the big one (almost)"
“I have heard all the excuses in the world. … I bring Gold’s Gym to them. How else can the enrolled members not work out?” — Mylene Dayrit, CEO of Gold’s Gym PhilippinesRead more "Between working and working out"