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Thursday, December 31, 2009

How things should be Done!

How things should be Done!
Some things are better said than done! This New Year, let’s accomplish the opposite, by doing things always better than how they are said. If you put in the effort, it will be done as you desire for it.
I wish you all a more prosperous New Year in 2010!
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME /MBM; Http://

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

A New Year's Wish!

A New Year's Wish for all of You!
May the incoming year be more prosperous for all of you and us!

Monday, December 28, 2009

No to "Cut and try"!

No to “cut and try”!
A change to be made, whether in business or within the family requires much thinking and much simulation. A “cut and try” method, without assessing the possible consequences, can be highly risky for a business enterprise.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME/ MBM;

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Growing Up the Leaders of Tomorrow!

My book entitled, Growing Up the Leaders of Tomorrow is currently in Press and soon be available at Amazons. Author: Sanoy Suerte, RME /MBM

A new Tomorrow!

A new Tomorrow!
Many people continue to live in their past, and fail to move forward. Some are not even aware, they belong to such group. But onward must everybody go, and everyday is a new blessing and a new day. It is therefore necessary, that we let go of the past and live in what is required of us today. How? It’s your call. There are plenty of things you can do to free yourself from bondage. If there is a need to forgive (others or ourselves), then we must do it. It is only then that we free ourselves of past burdens, travel lighter, and be ready to face a new tomorrow.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME /MBM;

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Believing and receiving!

Believing and Receiving!
“Love like faith can move mountains.” Have you heard this before? Did you take it seriously? Do you know what Faith is like? Read this:

As earlier told by Christ, in an account of Matthew 17:20-“I assure you that, if only you have Faith as big as a mustard seed,…. You could do anything.” And in Mark 9:23-everything is possible for the person who has Faith; and in Matthew 21:22-“If you believe, you will receive, whatever you ask for in prayer.” In Mark 11:20-24, it was more emphatically and clearly stated and assured by Christ, “I assure you….and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done for him,…when you pray and ask for something, believe that you have received it, and you will be given whatever you asked.” Merry Christmas again folks. I don’t know if you came this far and had the time to analyze these biblical passages. I never did before, but have listened to these things from my elders, only that I never understood them in depth, including the promises until very recently. I hope You learned something to help you in your daily quest for a living. To me, it makes a lot of difference. I think, it will for you, too, if you believe.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME /MBM;

Wednesday, December 23, 2009


Not having a clear picture or assessment of our strengths and weaknesses as a leader or manager of our group, limits our capability to tap the opportunities laid down in front of us, and our ability to avoid or engage the day to day threats to our organization. By clearly knowing our strengths and weaknesses, we begin to appreciate better the opportunities and threats we encounter.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME/ MBM; Http://

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Problem Solutions!

Problem Solutions!
Of great concern, is the fact that some problems could have been prevented by more careful analysis and proper planning. There are situations of this kind in many problem solutions, and when such things happen, the occurrence may infer lack of foresight and lack of quality in the process of the formulation of the solutions. Can this be improved? I think, it should be. More experienced people, on a particular problem, may see what is forthcoming, based on their knowledge on problem solving, and therefore, should be counted in, whenever available when trying to resolve a problem. Another approach is to make a more thorough evaluation of the situation, prior to finalizing a problem solution, and to consider potential problems. This process is more commonly called, potential problem analysis. It is the analysis of potential problems “just as the name correctly describes it”; and it is the institution of counter-measures for each potential concern that has been identified. Should you have concerns on this matter, you may also consult the undersigned.(email to:
Written by: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME /MBM;

Monday, December 21, 2009

Specially for you!

Specially for you, my friends!
Ask and you shall receive. Seek and you shall find. Knock and the door shall be opened for you. Sounds familiar? I think you have heard these words, too. You may have even heard it several times. But, did you really reflect on these words? They are real and true. In fact, assurance was even given that everyone who asks, shall receive, and he who seeks shall find, and the door will be opened to anyone who knocks. (Luke 11.9-10). Do you have faith in this? Ah, that could be a problem, if you don’t. Faith is always a requirement and in prayer. Have faith my friend. It might spell out the big difference for you, and getting what you really need. It is not really taught by Christians. It is also taught by secular gurus and laymen well experienced in the business of this world. Written by: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME /MBM;

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Do You Know?

Do you know?
It can be agreed too, that matter is made of molecules, atoms, electrons, neucleus, neutrons, positrons and so on based on the latest discoveries in quantum physics. A quantum physicist writes now about the Law of attraction and about manifestations. He is in the internet. Look for Dr. Erik Amidi in the internet, and you can find him. There are also other books in the internet written about the Law of Attraction. Also, you can read the book of Mr. Napoleon Hill on similar account of the unseen material and the power of thoughts.
Written by: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME /MBM;

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Human resources!

The Human resource! -Not a peripheral Function.
Commoditization of the human resource, and treating it as readily replaceable anytime would surely make the skills competency level of a workgroup inadequate, no matter how great the assurances could be from the immediate foreman. Everything has a time constant, remember!; The learning curve could never be too fast or exceptionally good all the time, particularly so, when you are constrained by your hiring rate, geographical location, benefits system, kind of organizational politics, temperament and attitudes of leaders, and prevailing culture. Striking a perfect match with the make up of an outsider, and a newcomer would not take place in so short a time, demanded by the business all the time. I hope one would appreciate at this point, why the seemingly peripheral human resource programs that are people oriented are not peripheral at all, but instead are really main stream activities to enhance the creation of a satisfactorily performing community.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME /MBM;

Gases and Steam!

Gas and Steam flow metering!
When we are engaged in monitoring consumption or generation of gaseous materials, many people in management, or even among technical people, have the natural impulse of resorting to metering of the substance for purposes of budget monitoring and control. This in effect, results to either the purchase of sophisticated measuring facility with some computerized calculating functions for changes in the parameters on line, or inaccurate readings given by supposedly monitoring instruments that are put on line, but does not have the capability to measure instantaneous changes in parameters, like temperature and pressure.

We know for a fact that when temperature fluctuates, or when pressure does have changes, the fluid density also changes. Ordinary orifice meters and rotating-meters or displacement meters can measure volume, and mass based on fixed conditions as assumptions. These meters, in the absence of pressure and temperature corrections therefore are useful only for monitoring mass flow at fixed conditions. They become less useful and inaccurate with frequent changes in temperature and pressure over long periods , and can create confusion in the interpretation of metered data.

It is not easy to explain this to some management people. In this regard, other means of measurement have to be done in cases, where computerized systems for temperature-pressure corrections are not available. Usually, a competent operations man would measure fluid usage by indirect means, like measuring the tare-weight of containers or tare liquid level of tanks holding the gases or the water usage in the case of steam systems. These methods are far more reliable and accurate, than simply putting in the pipelines a non-correction capable meter.

Understandably, these appear crude to top management, but technically, it is more accurate. There is no sense in putting on line, a beautiful meter that will just create a confusion and a lot of inaccuracy and subsequent controversy. This explains, why you seldom see a metering device in a compressed air system, and a steam system output pipeline. If they are there, they are used more for short period experiments and tactical observation purposes, wherein temperature and pressures are monitored to be constant, but seldom used as an integrating system for a long period of measurement, unless corrective computational capability is also put in place. So, the next time you see a non-correction capable metering device in a gas or steam line, be cautious , be aware and knowledgeable of the limitations and manner of their usage or applications. An inaccurate device is no better than a seemingly crude method that provides accurate measurements.
Written by: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME /MBM; Http://

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Children and Parents!

Children and Parenting!
Children should be taught parenting. By parenting, it is meant here that children should learn how to take care of their love ones and people within their family, as well as their own child rearing. It is interesting that we don’t see much or hear much about a formal school for parenting. We even tend to believe ,because of such scarcity that there is no such thing. But parenting is learned usually, within a healthy family, where the kids are shown and modeled by daily examples, how to express their care and love for the less abled members of the family. This is the interesting part. Children, without being told learn to be loving kids, as love is being demonstrated and shown to them by everyday living, by the more senior members of the family.
Written by: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME /MBM;

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

What counts a lot for new supervisors/managers.

There are many things that a supervisor and a manager has to learn, in order to do and undertake his/her profession. Things like the basic functions of management of: Planning, Organizing, Leading and Controlling. Things and principles relative to the management of: people, machine, methods, materials and other resources. This is one area, wherein the theory of the man’s mind, being a “tabula raza” that evolves and develops overtime, based on experiences through the human faculties of: hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch is supported. How a man is prepared, therefore to fit his area of responsibility and required level of performance counts a lot.


Prayer and prosperity!
If they pray to me and repent and turn away from the evil they have been doing, then I will hear them in heaven, forgive their sins, and make their land prosperous again.
2Chronicles 7:14

Friday, December 11, 2009

The Lord the Protector!

The Lord is my protector, he is my strong fortress. My God is my protection, and with him I am safe. He protects me like a shield; he defends me and keeps me safe. I call to the Lord, and he saves me from my enemies. Praise the Lord!
Psalm 18:1-3

The danger of death was all around me; the waves of destruction rolled over me. The danger of death was around me, and the grave set its trap for me. In my trouble I called to the Lord; I called to my God for help. In his temple he heard my voice; he listened to my cry for help.
Psalm 18:4-6

Protect me, O God; I trust in you for safety. I say to the Lord, “You are my Lord; all the good things I have come from you.”
Psalm 16:1-2

Listening! Love of Organization!

Listening is a virtue that a leader should have to save a debacle perhaps, especially when nothing seemed to work in the past. The leader always sets the tone, and if things become ineffective, it is the leader’s responsibility to get things right and put matters back on track. Equally, the other members of the group should exercise their “loyal opposition” if they must. Quoting Galbraith, I must say, I totally agree with him under these circumstances, when he said: “These are the days when men of all social disciplines and all political faiths seek the comfortable and the accepted; when the man of controversy is looked upon as a disturbing influence; when originality is taken to be a mark of instability; and when, in minor modification of the scriptural parable, the bland lead the bland.” -J. K. Galbraith (1908 - 2006)-a Canadian-born U.S. economist.

Let’s love our respective organizations, and change how things are for the better, if they are not as they should be; when things are going haywire and there is something we can contribute; when our ideas are better, than what is laid on the table,- demanding to have the scrutiny it deserves; when the call for professionalism has been sounded by things that are not right; when pulling our heads together to arrive at the best ideas, more superior than the one at the table is being sought; when everything around us are in turmoil, and only a better idea can save the day for the greater majority, including the industry and the economy, where we are rightly situated to act and contribute our own ideas and talents. Please take note that knowledge is not a monopoly of one man or a few. That’s one reason, the very thing called organization, companies, groups, and teams have always been needed to exist among our midst. This we call a real need for teamwork!
Written by: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME /MBM; Http://

The king's request!

The king is glad, O Lord, because you gave him strength; he rejoices because you made him victorious. You have given him his heart’s desire; you have answered his request.
Psalms 21:1

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Sparrows! Man! God!

Sparrows and man!
Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul; rather be afraid of God, who can destroy both body and soul in hell. For only a penny you can buy two sparrows, yet not one sparrow falls to the ground without your Father’s consent. As for you, even the hairs of your head have all been counted. So do not be afraid; you are worth much more than many sparrows!
Matthew 10:28-31

Idealists and Idealism!

Idealism is often associated with the youth. It is a belief that perfection and principles are realistic and attainable. Why it is often associated with the younger generation is for reasons not without basis. Many individuals, as they grow older become too tempered by experiences that tend to compromise principles associated with values and perfection. Thus, we often hear the justifications, “to err is but human, and to forgive is Divine.” Whether or not the saying is used appropriately in different situations to justify mischiefs , is for you to interpret, judge, reject or accept. But, one thing is sure. Idealism is something that is good, and is probably there, because the youthful mind is less corrupted by compromising human experiences that values highly, “expediency” over “principles”, that demand things to be earned the hard and better way. People of age therefore, who share the idealism of the youth, remain forever young at heart and have dispositions worthy of emulation. Noteworthy to consider is the fact that compromises are often sub-optimal. They fail to satisfy both ends of the bargaining table, and at best, provide a middle ground that is ephemeral in nature. Youthful idealism, therefore is not without basis, especially when pursued peacefully in search for excellence in performance and achievements, in lieu of mediocrity.
Written by: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME /MBM;


GrowingUp the Leaders of Tomorrow:
Insights for everyday living and Leadership preparations in business management .
Author: Sanoy C. Suerte, RME/MBM
Vol.1, November 2009

This tract is written and dedicated to young people, ages 16-40 years old, who are paving their way to become leaders and managers of business today and in the not so distant future ahead of them. People, who may have the early encounter and inclination towards the call of business as a youngster, or student and college graduates/non-graduates alike, who have decided to explore the world of business and necessarily the principles of management that go right along with it. This mini-book is only one of a series to be written in several volumes, similar to an ongoing compilation of articles, written by an author for different fora to help build a new generation of well balanced, humane oriented management and business practitioners, highly aware of the needs of the common man and society in general for sustainable development, and sound business principles. Being more of a compilation of important thoughts and philosophies than a normal standard pedagogical textual material, the series is arranged more liberally as a loose compilation of wisdom, purposely deviating from the normal logic of the common text book type of organization. May the younger generation continue to build a better society than they have found it.

Friday, December 4, 2009

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Thursday, December 3, 2009

About the seed of knowledge and faith!

The Seeds that were sown!
“Listen, then, and learn what the parable of the sower means. Those who hear the message about the Kingdom, but do not understand it are like the seeds that fell along the path. The Evil One comes and snatches away what was sown in them.”
Matthew 13:18

Foundations for Nutritional Supplementation!

Nutritional Supplements!-USANA.
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Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME / MBM;

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Praises and Thanks!

Give thanks to the Lord, because he is good; his love is eternal. Who can tell all the great things he has done? Who can praise him enough?
Psalms 106:1-2

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

The Interview in Perspective!

I thought of these a lot these past weeks, seeing my kids and family relatives go through their interview processes, (new graduates and better opportunity seekers alike) and it made me wonder, whether or not schools are training their graduates, how to handle an interview. The art of participating in an interview...
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