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About Josiah Go

Bestselling author Josiah Go is the Chairman and Chief Marketing Strategist of Mansmith and Fielders, Inc. (the leading marketing and sales training company in the Philippines), President and CEO of Waters Philippines (the market leader in the direct selling of premium health durable products in the Philippines) and President and CEO of PT Noah Health Indonesia. He is Chairman / Vice Chairman / Director of over a dozen companies.

Q&A with Mercy Corrales on Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Q1: You were the first non-Japanese woman to be President/CEO of two significant–sized, publicly traded companies in Japan for two very visible iconic brands – Levi’s and Starbucks. What advise...
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Q&A with Inspirational Speaker Francis Kong on Personal Branding

Q1: As the top inspirational speaker in the Philippines, can you share with us how this path all began? I never knew I would go into the lecture circuit. But...
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Q&A with Jollibee VP-Marketing Harvey Ong on Marketing Big Brands

Q1. How did you get started in marketing? I’ve always been a numbers guy, and I was initially inclined to pursue a career either as a financial analyst or an...
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Pyramiding & Unregistered Investment by Josiah Go

My article, “Identifying Pyramiding Scams”, has become the most popular entry in my blog to-date.  As network marketing or multi-level marketing (MLM) becomes more popular, so are the numbers of unscrupulous...
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Q&A with Goldilocks New Business Group Director Pinky Yee on Creating a Compelling Value Proposition

Q1: Decades ago, Goldilocks had popular cake competitors like Rolling Pin, Merced and Joni’s – all of which are no longer active in the market. Giant Jollibee Food Group acquired...
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Q&A with Banyan (Boston) Partner Dr. Joshua Baron on Coaching Family Businesses

Q1: Your company deals mostly with generational transitions.  What are some issues confronting family businesses that are usually overlooked by families? To their credit, most of the family business leaders...
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Q&A with Mondelez Southeast Asia Group Marketing Director Pamela Takai on Being a Young Market Master Awardee (YMMA)

Q1: Prior to Mondelez, you were with Unilever, first as country brand manager, then regional brand manager, then global brand manager. Can you tell us what were the most challenging...
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Q&A with Manila Times President Dante ‘Klink’ Ang II on Finding Brand Relevance

Q1: Manila Times was the leading newspaper from 1945 to 1972 before it was shut down during Martial Law. Manila Times scheduled its relaunch after President Cory Aquino was installed...
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Q&A with Furniture Designer Kenneth Cobonpue on Preparation & Inspiration

Q1: Your mother was such a big influence on you as a child. She was a furniture designer with laborers at the back of your house. She made you construct...
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Q&A with Immigration Commissioner Fred Mison on Making A Difference as a Servant Leader

Q1: You graduated from West Point and is a co-alumni of former Philippine president Fidel Ramos.  What pieces of advice, experiences or lessons has he shared with you and other...
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