Broadcast journalist Karen Davila will share the story of how a furniture maker who grew up poor took inspiration from her carpenter father and put up a furniture business tomorrow (Sept 3) in “My Puhunan.” Believing that education would help her succeed in life, Anita Taruc had to work to support herself just so she could finish college. Instead of […]
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Karen Davila details how an entrepreneur finished school and became financially successful even after retirement by selling peanuts tomorrow (August 27) in “My Puhunan.”
Karen Davila tells the story of a former farmer and pandesal vendor who now runs a bakery with 28 branches tomorrow (August 20) in “My Puhunan.”
“My Puhunan” recently celebrated its first anniversary by sharing inspiring success stories and imparting knowledge and skills to aspiring entrepreneurs via a “kabuhayan caravan.”
Karen Davila shares the inspiring success story of a former delivery boy who got rich off skinless longganisa and other processed meat products this Wednesday (August 6) in “My Puhunan.”
Idedetalye ni Karen Davila ang kwento ng pagbangon ng isang negosyanteng iniwan ng kanyang mister sa pamamagitan ng paggugol ng atensyon sa negosyong sabon bukas (Hulyo 30) sa “My Puhunan.”
Karen Davila shares how a high school graduate who has shown entrepreneurial instinct since she was a child made millions in “My Puhunan” bukas (July 16).
Karen Davila shows how a former drug addict and alcoholic overcame his substance abuse to build a successful pastillas business and provide for his family in “My Puhunan” this Wednesday (July 9).
When he was a kid, trouble always found Lad Agustin. All this changed when his overseas Filipino worker father came home from the Middle East and started a barbecue business. Find out his story this Wednesday (July 2) in “My Puhunan.”
Broadcast journalist Karen Davila tells viewers how a housewife who can’t read nor write overcame an almost insurmountable challenge to establish the famous and successful “Lipa City Panciteria” in Batangas tomorrow (June 25) in “My Puhunan.” Natalia To grew up in a poor household and only finished Grade 2. When she was 20 years old, she was forced to marry […]