Friday, February 15, 2019 – Guam Museum, Hagatna, Guam
The 2nd Professional Symposium, Your Future Unleashed, was hosted at the Guam Museum in commemoration of Junior Achievements centennial celebration.
Pinki Lujan opened the symposium with the introduction of the event. Energetic Presence Founder and JA Guam Chairperson Meg Tyquiengco then presented on the topic of What do you want? which concentrated on self review and provided an insight on path through life’s progression.
JA Guam’s Keynote Speaker Larry Farrell, Author and Founder of The Farrell Company shared the Entrepreneurial Attitude, a book he published in collaboration with the centennial activities of JA Worldwide. He spoke about the life cycle of all companies, as he entertained the attendees in the auditorium through his interviews with top entrepreneurs worldwide.
Holly Rustick took the stage to present the topic on Setting your compass. Discussions include discovering, taking action, changing your mind set, continuance of resetting oneself towards the path to success.
Developing Smarter Goals was the topic of discussion by Rasmeet Daschej as she unleashed the power of planning combing her experience with goals she wrote.
JA Guam’s 2019 Company of the Year, Astraea, was featured prior to the break. They presented their on-stage presentation in preparation for the JA Asia Pacific Company of the Year Competition which will be held in Manila, Philippines in March.
The Rosario clan represented their personal achievements and views on leadership and responsibilities. Siblings Jesse Rosario, Judy Rosario and Jessica Leon Guerrero teamed up for the first time and introduced branding, self-efficacy, competence and Team Work.
The topic of Creativity and Innovation was presented by Michelle Crisostomo. Cora Yanger Bejado shared her Lifetime of Perseverance, overcoming odds, and lessons learned in life and as an entrepreneur.
Mr. Farrell then touched up on his book The Entrepreneurial Attitude. He stated that the purpose of the Book is to celebrate JA’s 100 years, honor alumni, thank stakeholders, support JA students and teach everyone. This includes JA “It’s my business” and JA “Be Entrepreneurial” books for middle and high school programs.
Jane Ray closed the symposium with the next steps providing information on Small Business Development Center. The event concluded with raffle drawing, a photo session and autograph signing by Farrell.