What I've Learned
 
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What I've Learned: Washington Sycip, 95, founder of SGV&Co. and the Asian Institute of Management
 
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The senator and chairman of the Philippine Red Cross on egotism, cowboy movies, and why Lancelot was always better than Arthur.
 
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"I’m not rich, but I’m very fulfilled."
 
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Life lessons from the statistician turned model turned editorial director.
 
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Ronnie Lazaro on the meaning of life, his acting career, and becoming a director.
 
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Bamboo Mañalac, Rico Blanco, Nathan Azarcon, and Mark Escueta on their old band, making music, and regrets.
 
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"The friendship. That would be my greatest regret. I think that’s on me."
 
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"What is next for me in the next 80 years? Many more things. Maybe I will learn how to play guitar."
 
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Big John on values, the importance of money, and the best thing he's done with wealth.
 
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"The best thing about being president is the fulfillment of your programs and to see the people you helped, especially the masses. As I’ve told you, whoever I am now, I owe it to the masses."
 
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"Hindi totoo iyong comedy = time + tragedy. Comedy is never pain."
 
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"I don’t think anyone can duplicate the life that I went through."
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