What I've Learned
 
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The former Ateneo coach teaches us about success, fighting again, and wanting to win.
 
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Washington SyCip, founder of SGV&Co. and the Asian Institute of Management, has passed away at the age of 96.
 
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Before he died, the Playboy king shared what life had taught him
 
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The multihyphenate artist on Coltrane, the philosophical paradox of jazz, and the profound simplicity of bread with butter.
 
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The original People's President on youth, nationalism, and his concern for the common man.
 
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The Vigan city councilor on destiny, business, and surviving assassination attempts.
 
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Today, on the fifth anniversary of his death, we remember the wisdom of a beloved public servant who died too soon.
 
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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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