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Ricafort eager to bring energy, help motivate Maroons

first_imgOSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene PH’s Rogen Ladon boxing flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS) PLAY LIST 03:30PH’s Rogen Ladon boxing flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)01:02Fans fill up Philippine Arena for SEA Games opening03:34PH’s Carlo Paalam boxing light flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award DAY6 is for everybody Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Trump tells Curry that White House visit is off; LeBron reacts Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “I guess it’s a good thing because every time I just step on the court I really just want to bring the energy and motivate everybody,” said Ricafort Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.The UAAP eligibility board initially deemed Ricafort ineligible to play as he will reach 25-years-old, the league’s age limit, in January of 2018 but UP argued that the basketball tournament is long over by the time the forward reaches that age.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogIn the event that the TRO expires and the UAAP’s decision stands, the victory against La Salle, and other wins Ricafort takes part , may be forfeited.But amid the legal hoopla, Ricafort just wants to focus on playing as hard as he could for the Maroons. “I just want to contribute as much as I could and be better especially that today was my first game,” said Ricafort who had two points and one assist in 10 minutes of play. “We beat La Salle, and they are the no. 1 team and that says a lot about our team.”And Ricafort wasn’t shy to tell who among teammates got lucky every time he got to the floor.“I guess I feel lucky when I stepped on the court, because every time I’m in there, Paul [Desiderio] starts shooting the lights out!” exclaimed Ricafort.Desiderio seemed to relish Ricafort’s blessing as he finished with a career-high 30 points, 18 of which were from long range.ADVERTISEMENT How to help the Taal evacueescenter_img In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. View comments MOST READ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Photo by Trista Tamayo/INQUIRER.netRob Ricafort couldn’t help but feel like the lucky charm after University of the Philippines plucked its third win in the UAAP Season 80 men’s, a 98-87 stunner of La Salle, on Saturday.The 24-year-old played his first game for the Maroons against the Green Archers after he got a temporary restraining order against the ineligibility ruling by the UAAP.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hourslast_img read more

Lemar turned down Arsenal, says Wenger

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger takes his seat for the English Premier League football match against Liverpool August 27, 2017LONDON, United Kingdom, Sep -Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger revealed that a deal to sign Thomas Lemar from Monaco broke down due to the player rejecting a deadline-day move.As the transfer window was slamming shut, the Gunners were linked with a move for the France international to replace Manchester City-bound Alexis Sanchez, but neither move materialised. “The player has chosen to stay at Monaco,” Wenger told beIN SPORTS.“I know we live in an era of transparency but at some stage, to respect everybody, you have to not talk too much about that. You have to respect what happens on the negotiation side.”Wenger has insisted that the Chilean’s move to City “was not very close” in any case, as the window closed on a relatively quiet offseason for the Gunners.Only Sead Kolasinac and Alexandre Lacazette have arrived at Emirates Stadium, from Schalke and Lyon respectively, although the final days of the window did see Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain leave for Liverpool.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

11 Ways Your Startup’s Workspace Matters

first_imgTips for Selling Smart Supply Chain Solutions Will Development Eventually Make Itself Obsolete? scott gerber How OKR’s Completely Transformed Our Culture Tags:#Contributed#Office#startup#Work Environment#yec center_img Related Posts Guest author Scott Gerber is the founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council.Your startup’s office environment isn’t just the physical space you inhabit. Small, large or shared, it’s what you do within that space that can influence everything from overall employee happiness to daily output.We asked 11 successful founders, all members of YEC, what kind of workspace they prefer, and how that impacts the culture of the company they run. Their best answers are below.1. Space Is the Body Language of an OrganizationSpace is the body language of an organization. It not only reflects a company’s identity, but it also changes the way that your team works and influences the outside world’s perception of you and your brand. Location, design and selection should be carefully considered based on what you do, what growth phase you’re in, what image you are going for and what you can reasonably afford. A two-person hedge fund and a small app development startup don’t share the same space requirements. Likewise, big and small companies that do the exact same work also have different requirements for their workplaces.Christopher Kelly, Convene2. Comfort is KeyEven though we’re an organization that communicates mostly through our computers, we put a lot of emphasis on having a comfortable, bright working space for our team. Recently, we moved into a new, significantly larger office space with tons of natural light, and perhaps most critically, more alternative work spaces. These spaces, such as a bed-like couch in the back, or our living room area, provide our team with opportunities to change-up their environment. Also, the addition of new common spaces increases face-time our team has with each other, which is key given that we’re a company that mostly communicates online.Lauren Friese, TalentEgg3. Environment Is CriticalOne of my favorite startup quotes is actually an African proverb: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” To me, the most important aspect of the startup environment is the way it allows the team to interact. Regardless of how great your idea might be, the thing that is as important as the idea is the team you pick to execute it. You have to provide an environment that will allow for team members to optimally operate together. How will they interact? How will they bump into each other? How will they share ideas? Ask for feedback? The way your environment is set up can foster an incredible ecosystem for your team.Sarah Schupp, University Parent4. Space Affects MoraleI think every startup needs to go through phases of growth and a sense of achievement in order for people to truly appreciate the growth of the company. For example, our company was started at home and continued to be that way until we could justify the expense of getting an office. There were days I didn’t want to work from home and would work in a cafe or maybe a temp office. But I knew that once we had an office, it would let my employees know that our hard work made us able to afford this new environment.Derek Capo, Next Step China5. Startups That Work Together Succeed TogetherThe space you work in definitely matters. We are in AOL’s Fishbowl Labs in the DC area and work to ensure only top-notch startups make it into the space. We want to make sure that not only our culture is great, but also that we are surrounded by startups with great cultures. It makes a huge difference. We also try to hire locally; there’s a lot of value to having everyone in the same room. No matter how great remote working and collaboration technology becomes, it can’t beat those invaluable, impromptu hallway conversations that happen when everyone works in the same office. That said, expecting 100 percent of your staff to be in the same office is unrealistic. Ultimately, you need to find the best talent wherever it is, and some of our top engineers work remotely.Danny Boice, Speek6. Home Is Where the Heart IsIt definitely matters what kind of environment a startup runs in. I believe strongly in the concept of a corporate headquarters. It allows team members to come together under one roof and feel unified in the work that they’re doing. It fosters communication and a sense of family among the team members that simply can’t be replaced with any form of technology. Although we are flexible in our work hours, I want our team members to be with each other the majority of the work day. However, it is crucial to allow the flexibility of working remotely. With startups, employees are constantly traveling to promote the brand and are sometimes needed full time in certain regions that are key markets for the company and its clients.Ted Murphy, IZEA7. An Office Keeps You SaneI love working from home, and we have a lot of virtual team members who do just that, but I absolutely crave the social aspect and collaboration that comes with having an office. Whether it’s a co-working space or a group of people working together at a coffee shop, I think it’s particularly important to stay connected with other people early on in the startup process. You need the support of having people around to bounce ideas off of rather than holing up at home and creating in a vacuum.Allie Siarto, Loud Pixel.com8. Feeling Matters More Than StructureThe FEEL of the office is far more important than anything else. How do people feel? What is that feeling that’s in the air that you can’t necessarily describe, but everyone knows it exists? That is what start-ups need to focus on. Harnessing the right energy matters more than anything else. If you have the right energy, and people agree that it feels right and passion is floating in the air, then all you need to do is make sure people can focus and “crush it” and the rest will play out!Sean Kelly, HUMAN9. Startups Can Exist AnywhereThe beauty of a startup is that it can essentially run in any environment. The type of environment that it runs in does not matter as long as it fits the startup’s essential needs at that stage. In the infantile stage, it is great to run a startup out of a home or cafe because there is no overhead and the hours are flexible. Once the startup has a proof of concept and raises a small amount of funding, it might want to consider a flexible office space, such as an incubator or shared workspace like WeWork. It is a great way to portray a professional image without breaking the bank, which investors love to see. As the startup progresses and becomes more stable, it might want to progress to an environment where it can establish and promote its own company culture and build a home base.KevinTighe II, WeBRAND10. People Matter More than the LocationIt doesn’t matter if you have your own office, work from home or work in an incubator. The important thing is that you seek out people who challenge and inspire you and who you can learn from. Many years ago, I ran my company on nights and weekends while working at a venture capital and private equity fund. What I learned from seasoned entrepreneurs I met through my day job as a VC taught me valuable lessons that I apply each and every day to my own company. Seek out people who have been there before.Chuck Cohn, Varsity Tutors11. Freedom Is KeyIt depends on the culture you’re trying to create and the problem you’re trying to solve. Freedom is a priority of ours, and we structure our business around it. San Francisco and New York City are our two home bases, but we travel three to six months every year outside the country. Last year, we went to Buenos Aires and Berlin. This year, we’ve been to Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia, and we’re currently back in Berlin. Our employees can work anywhere, as well, and we use cloud-based tools to keep our team working together, including team meetings on Google Hangout. We also believe in the value of personal relationships. When we’re in cities such as San Francisco and New York City, we spend a lot of time building relationships with partners and potential clients.Leah Neaderthal, Start Somewhere End-of-Life Software: Keep it, Update it, or Fi…last_img read more