IMB: Practical Tips for the Innovative Mind in 31 Days by Amb Juan

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The Author personally conducts the Lecture-Workshop in your Country. She lives in Tagaytay City, Philippines. To Reserve a Workshop Date in your Venue, please call her directly: Local (Philippines): 09295197788 or International: (63) 9266787938.E-mail: wellnesspilipinasinternational@gmail.com. E-mail: ambassadorzara@gmail.com

ARRANGEMENT & FEES:
Professional Fee: (Philippines):
P10,000 per talk provided the Organizer will fetch and bring back the Speaker in Tagaytay City.

For Companies Without Transportation Arrangement, Speaker's Fee is P15,000 for Private Companies

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INTERNATIONAL Professional Fee: $1,000 USD per talk
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FYI: Ambassador Zara Jane Juan conducts the Training herself to fund the Peace Missionary Programs of Sailing for Peace because she doesn’t receive donations to prevent corruption.

PEACE VIGIL Programs are:
Initiating Peace: Interfaith Interracial Intercultural Worldwide Prayers to End Terrorism
Educating Peace: Wellness for Peace Education on Climate Change Worldwide
Innovating Peace: Climate Change & Peace Building Eco Forum and Symposium

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IMB: Practical Tips for the Innovative Mind in 31 Days by Amb Juan

  1. 1. THE INNOVATIVETHE INNOVATIVE MIND & BODYMIND & BODY Practical Tips for the Innovative Mind in 31 DaysPractical Tips for the Innovative Mind in 31 Days byby Amb. ZARA JANE JUANAmb. ZARA JANE JUAN
  2. 2. MindMind BodyBody VoiceVoice
  3. 3. Mind is theMind is the workingworking machinerymachinery
  4. 4. Body is theBody is the windowwindow displaydisplay
  5. 5. Voice is theVoice is the sum total ofsum total of everythingeverything
  6. 6. MINDMIND
  7. 7. Practical TipsPractical Tips for thefor the InnovativeInnovative Mind in 31Mind in 31 daysdays
  8. 8.  Strive forStrive for perfection all theperfection all the time. To do it:time. To do it: Treat everythingTreat everything that you do, saythat you do, say and think asand think as holy. Yourholy. Your activities are allactivities are all sacredsacred  Day 1Day 1
  9. 9.  People who have morePeople who have more than enough are detached.than enough are detached. While, People in need areWhile, People in need are usually attached… thus,usually attached… thus, loosing own self in theloosing own self in the process. Stay away fromprocess. Stay away from the habit. Think Rich!the habit. Think Rich! Day 2Day 2
  10. 10.  Full Moon comes inFull Moon comes in full circle. Befull circle. Be emotionally preparedemotionally prepared & enjoy it!& enjoy it! Day 3Day 3
  11. 11. To get the bestTo get the best result, master theresult, master the art of perfectart of perfect timing. Trusttiming. Trust your instinctyour instinct Day 4Day 4
  12. 12. DisciplineDiscipline your money!your money! Day 5Day 5
  13. 13. Don’t sayDon’t say things youthings you don’t mean.don’t mean. Be sincereBe sincere Day 6Day 6
  14. 14. People will stopPeople will stop you but keep onyou but keep on working…working… Maintain yourMaintain your focusfocus Day 7Day 7
  15. 15. Organize yourOrganize your thoughts.thoughts. Develop an HourDevelop an Hour Vow of SilenceVow of Silence everydayeveryday Day 8Day 8
  16. 16. Deal withDeal with traffic that istraffic that is favorable tofavorable to your healthyour health Day 9Day 9
  17. 17. Put morePut more PassionPassion instead ofinstead of AmbitionAmbition Day 10Day 10
  18. 18. InnateInnate Beauty isBeauty is LovingLoving KindnessKindness Day 11Day 11
  19. 19. Be Sensitive.Be Sensitive. Sail for PeaceSail for Peace every time.every time. Respect one’sRespect one’s existenceexistence Day 12Day 12
  20. 20. Think on howThink on how to Work forto Work for good returnsgood returns (or good(or good karma)…karma)… Day 13Day 13
  21. 21. One way is to thinkOne way is to think of Good Intentionsof Good Intentions Good IntentionsGood Intentions produce Goodproduce Good ThoughtsThoughts Day 14Day 14
  22. 22. GoodGood ThoughtsThoughts produce Goodproduce Good WordsWords Day 15Day 15
  23. 23. Good WordsGood Words inspires peopleinspires people around you…around you… thus it gives youthus it gives you good returnsgood returns right away!right away! Day 16Day 16
  24. 24. The inspirationThe inspiration for people tofor people to work is visionwork is vision (or something(or something to achieve into achieve in the future)the future) Day 17Day 17
  25. 25. While theWhile the motivation formotivation for people to work ispeople to work is benefits (or whatbenefits (or what will they get fromwill they get from doing it at thedoing it at the moment)moment) Day 18Day 18
  26. 26. To continueTo continue workingworking for vision withfor vision with given benefitsgiven benefits is HOPE.is HOPE. Day 19Day 19
  27. 27. To fix theTo fix the hope is tohope is to draft yourdraft your own personalown personal visionvision Day 20Day 20
  28. 28. Your VisionYour Vision is somethingis something you lookyou look forward to...forward to... Day 21Day 21
  29. 29. Now, toNow, to continuecontinue hoping is tohoping is to draft yourdraft your own missionown mission Day 22Day 22
  30. 30. Mission isMission is your basis foryour basis for working on...working on... Day 23Day 23
  31. 31. Conflict ariseConflict arise when vision iswhen vision is inconsistentinconsistent with missionwith mission Day 24Day 24
  32. 32. Thus, StressThus, Stress followsfollows afterwards…afterwards… Day 25Day 25
  33. 33. So Be good toSo Be good to yourselfyourself Day 26Day 26
  34. 34. ReconcileReconcile your ownyour own mission &mission & vision.vision. Day 27Day 27
  35. 35. Be at PeaceBe at Peace Day 28Day 28
  36. 36. Avoid beingAvoid being angry!angry! Day 29Day 29
  37. 37. Love yourLove your SelfSelf Love yourLove your Body…Body… Day 30Day 30
  38. 38. One way ofOne way of loving your bodyloving your body is to be extremelyis to be extremely cautious of yourcautious of your body’s nutritionbody’s nutrition everydayeveryday Day 31Day 31
  39. 39. BODYBODY
  40. 40. PosturePosture
  41. 41. CatwalkCatwalk
  42. 42. DifferentDifferent Body ShapesBody Shapes
  43. 43. Apple ShapeApple Shape – big top– big top and smalland small bottombottom
  44. 44. Apple ShapeApple Shape  CutCut  -go straight-go straight  -avoid frothy blouses-avoid frothy blouses because they add bulkbecause they add bulk  -wear tops w/ V-neck or-wear tops w/ V-neck or asymmetric (irregular)asymmetric (irregular) colorscolors  -straight knee-length-straight knee-length skirtsskirts  -straight cut jeans-straight cut jeans
  45. 45. Apple ShapeApple Shape  Do not use skin-tightDo not use skin-tight fabricsfabrics  for gown use silk &for gown use silk & satinsatin  use capes to drawuse capes to draw attention to your backattention to your back instead to your tummyinstead to your tummy  colors for men: deepcolors for men: deep khakis & muted (pale)khakis & muted (pale) pinkpink
  46. 46. Pear ShapePear Shape – small– small top & bigtop & big bottombottom
  47. 47. Pear ShapePear Shape  A-cut skirtsA-cut skirts  use tops that ends inuse tops that ends in the hiplinethe hipline  concentrate onconcentrate on accessories from waistaccessories from waist upup  use big earrings,use big earrings, necklaces or shawl ornecklaces or shawl or hats to steer focus onhats to steer focus on toptop
  48. 48. Pear ShapePear Shape  wear stretch fabricswear stretch fabrics that holdthat hold  don’t wear printed ordon’t wear printed or high gloss fabrics ashigh gloss fabrics as bottombottom  stay away from allstay away from all white, pencil skirts orwhite, pencil skirts or flat shoesflat shoes
  49. 49. Tall ShapeTall Shape – straight– straight all the wayall the way
  50. 50. Tall ShapeTall Shape  -beware of fit-beware of fit  -use long scarves for-use long scarves for womenwomen  -use oversized tweeds-use oversized tweeds (fabrics made of wool)(fabrics made of wool)  -use big floral prints-use big floral prints  -use light hues on top-use light hues on top and dark colors onand dark colors on bottombottom  for gown: use chiffonfor gown: use chiffon
  51. 51. Tall ShapeTall Shape  try long loose topstry long loose tops  use glitzy sandals foruse glitzy sandals for womenwomen  use boots for menuse boots for men  stay away fromstay away from jumpersjumpers  stay away from ultrastay away from ultra short dressesshort dresses  stay away from ultrastay away from ultra short shorts for menshort shorts for men
  52. 52. Petite ShapePetite Shape – small– small top and smalltop and small bottombottom
  53. 53. Petite ShapePetite Shape  -For long skirts - show-For long skirts - show at least 3-4 inches ofat least 3-4 inches of legslegs  -use zip front jackets-use zip front jackets  -use monochromatic-use monochromatic huehue  -limit prints to tops-limit prints to tops
  54. 54. Petite ShapePetite Shape  -stay away from large-stay away from large multi-color printsmulti-color prints  -stay away from maxi-stay away from maxi (big) skirts or big pants(big) skirts or big pants  -stay away from big-stay away from big jacketsjackets
  55. 55. GENERAL RULEGENERAL RULE DRESSDRESS PROPERLYPROPERLY FOR THEFOR THE OCCASSIONOCCASSION
  56. 56. FALSEFALSE IF YOU HAVEIF YOU HAVE IT, FLAUNTIT, FLAUNT IT..IT..
  57. 57. TRUETRUE HIDE WHATHIDE WHAT YOUYOU ALREADYALREADY HAVE ANDHAVE AND ACCENTUATEACCENTUATE WHAT YOUWHAT YOU DON’T HAVEDON’T HAVE
  58. 58. BECAUSE THEBECAUSE THE OBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE IS TOIS TO MAINTAINMAINTAIN BALANCEBALANCE
  59. 59. FashionFashion
  60. 60. ……isis StylishStylish DressingDressing
  61. 61. exploreexplore
  62. 62. create…create…
  63. 63. discoverdiscover ……
  64. 64. YourYour artistryartistry withinwithin ……
  65. 65. COLORSCOLORS
  66. 66. 6am-11am6am-11am white / bluewhite / blue (light shades)(light shades)
  67. 67. 11am-2pm11am-2pm yellow, lightyellow, light brown, pinkbrown, pink (light shades)(light shades)
  68. 68. 3pm-5pm3pm-5pm orange, gold,orange, gold, dark browndark brown
  69. 69. 6pm-8pm6pm-8pm purplepurple
  70. 70. 8pm onwards8pm onwards blackblack
  71. 71. 3pm-5pm3pm-5pm orange, gold,orange, gold, dark browndark brown
  72. 72. 6pm-8pm6pm-8pm purplepurple
  73. 73. 8pm onwards8pm onwards blackblack
  74. 74. A Tour for HealthA Tour for Health ByBy Miguel CamusMiguel Camus Zara Jane JuanZara Jane Juancould havecould have been anything she wanted. A former Miss Hawaiianbeen anything she wanted. A former Miss Hawaiian Tropic International finalist and Bb. Pilipinas, she isTropic International finalist and Bb. Pilipinas, she is beautiful and statuesque—the kind of person youbeautiful and statuesque—the kind of person you would expect to be gracing the covers of fashionwould expect to be gracing the covers of fashion magazines, and hosting glamorous events. Lastmagazines, and hosting glamorous events. Last week, however, Zara was hosting the “Health andweek, however, Zara was hosting the “Health and Wellness Tour” sponsored by Ceaco, a 13-year-oldWellness Tour” sponsored by Ceaco, a 13-year-old society devoted to promoting and protecting thesociety devoted to promoting and protecting the diverse aspects of Filipino life such as culture,diverse aspects of Filipino life such as culture, environment and health. With July being Healthenvironment and health. With July being Health Month, Ceaco thought that it would be more effectiveMonth, Ceaco thought that it would be more effective to target government offices as they should set anto target government offices as they should set an example for the rest of the people. “We would like toexample for the rest of the people. “We would like to start with people in the government as we view themstart with people in the government as we view them as role models,” said Zara, who is also Ceaco’sas role models,” said Zara, who is also Ceaco’s spokesman, at the National Commission for Culturespokesman, at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the first of several governmentand the Arts, the first of several government institutions they plan to visit. While it was Ceaco’sinstitutions they plan to visit. While it was Ceaco’s first press conference, the program it put togetherfirst press conference, the program it put together was very well-organized and featured speakers fromwas very well-organized and featured speakers from the various fields of expertise, such as MD Rebueno,the various fields of expertise, such as MD Rebueno, an environmentalist who gave a spirited talk on thean environmentalist who gave a spirited talk on the abuse we deal to the environment and how,abuse we deal to the environment and how, ultimately, this will impact our well-being. A human-ultimately, this will impact our well-being. A human- resource expert from Shakey’s, Leo Gellor, discussedresource expert from Shakey’s, Leo Gellor, discussed the healthy pursuits that companies can promote,the healthy pursuits that companies can promote, such as exercise programs and sports events thatsuch as exercise programs and sports events that are common to Shakey’s. This was followed by aare common to Shakey’s. This was followed by a short talk by Jojie Cordero, Ceaco’s proponent. Renoshort talk by Jojie Cordero, Ceaco’s proponent. Reno Nalda of the Philippine Business for Social ProgressNalda of the Philippine Business for Social Progress gave a talk on kicking the very unhealthy smokinggave a talk on kicking the very unhealthy smoking habit. The World Health Organization predicts thathabit. The World Health Organization predicts that about 1 billion people will die from smoking-relatedabout 1 billion people will die from smoking-related deaths this century, and that over 80 percent of thisdeaths this century, and that over 80 percent of this will be coming from the developing world. Presentwill be coming from the developing world. Present also was Buds Convocar, president of Artistalso was Buds Convocar, president of Artist Association of the Philippines, who explored theAssociation of the Philippines, who explored the subject of art in the context of wellness. “Painting issubject of art in the context of wellness. “Painting is good for forgetting one’s problems; it eases thegood for forgetting one’s problems; it eases the stresses in life,” he said. Zara then briefly recountedstresses in life,” he said. Zara then briefly recounted her experience as a stroke victim. She explained theher experience as a stroke victim. She explained the mission of Ceaco and its commitment to health,mission of Ceaco and its commitment to health, especially among the youth. She underscored thatespecially among the youth. She underscored that much of one’s state of health hinges on making themuch of one’s state of health hinges on making the right food choices, and she exhorted governmentright food choices, and she exhorted government employees to choose natural foods over processedemployees to choose natural foods over processed stuff. She also emphasized the need for foodstuff. She also emphasized the need for food education, such as teaching kids—and some adultseducation, such as teaching kids—and some adults —how to read nutrition figures such as fat, sodium—how to read nutrition figures such as fat, sodium and sugar content. Finally, the last guest to speakand sugar content. Finally, the last guest to speak was Perla Esguerra, the head dietician of thewas Perla Esguerra, the head dietician of the Philippine Heart Center. She spoke on thePhilippine Heart Center. She spoke on the importance of a balanced diet. No nutritionist will everimportance of a balanced diet. No nutritionist will ever end a speech without the “ apple a day” adage andend a speech without the “ apple a day” adage and Esguerra happily indulged the assembly gathered.Esguerra happily indulged the assembly gathered. “An apple a day is OK, but two apples are better,”“An apple a day is OK, but two apples are better,” she quipped. Translation: When it comes down toshe quipped. Translation: When it comes down to one’s health, you can never have too much of a goodone’s health, you can never have too much of a good thing.thing.
  75. 75. Prayer as aPrayer as a tooltoolInquirerInquirer First Posted 02:38am (Mla time) 03/07/2007First Posted 02:38am (Mla time) 03/07/2007 In this techno age when every day is a race againstIn this techno age when every day is a race against time, for better lifestyletime, for better lifestyle and social status, it’s a must that one is equipped withand social status, it’s a must that one is equipped with all the necessaryall the necessary survival tools. A practical tool one should never partsurvival tools. A practical tool one should never part with is prayer. Yes!with is prayer. Yes! Seek ye first the Kingdom of God through deep andSeek ye first the Kingdom of God through deep and sincere dialogue withsincere dialogue with Him.Him. Upon waking up, before uttering a word or drinkingUpon waking up, before uttering a word or drinking coffee, just stay stillcoffee, just stay still and talk to God. The conversation will not only blessand talk to God. The conversation will not only bless you, it will also giveyou, it will also give you a sense of direction on how to deal with the day’syou a sense of direction on how to deal with the day’s pressure andpressure and requirements. If you can wake up an hour earlier sorequirements. If you can wake up an hour earlier so much the better; but ifmuch the better; but if you’re not used to it yet, a few minutes should beyou’re not used to it yet, a few minutes should be enough to draw you intoenough to draw you into God’s circle.God’s circle. Start with praise and thanksgiving, then submission ofStart with praise and thanksgiving, then submission of self, say yourself, say your request, seek forgiveness, then ask for guidance andrequest, seek forgiveness, then ask for guidance and protection. Continue ZARA JANEZARA JANE JUANJUAN
  76. 76. ZARA JANEZARA JANE JUANJUAN Wellness SeriesWellness Series

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