Eduardo A. Morato, Jr., DPA, is a full professor and former Dean of the Asian Institute of Management. He has written eleven other books on topics ranging from development management to entrepreneurship, finance to creativity and intuition, strategic planning to handbooks for local government executives. Dr. Morato is concurrently the President of ABS CBN Bayan Foundation, the Chariman of ACE Center for Entrepreneurship and Management Education, the Chairman and President of FREED and the Chairman of the Philippine Renaissance Institute for Societal Metamorphosis. He has held top positions in government and financial institutions. He completed his AB Economics, cum laude, at the Ateneo de Manila University and his Master in Business Management, with high distinction, at the Asian Institute of Management. He obtained his Doctor in Public Administration degree at the University of the Philippines. He serves as senior management consultant for many private and public corporations and teaches subjects across diverse fields of interest.
Self Masteryby Eduardo A. Morato, Jr.
Self Mastery is the most elusive of all human quests. A lifetime is never sufficient for most people. Learning to be the best that you can ever become demands the full faculties of the brain, the heart and the spirit. This search for the ultimate self begins with learning to think, using both rational, analytical and critical mind and the associative, creative,… See more details below
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Self Mastery is the most elusive of all human quests. A lifetime is never sufficient for most people. Learning to be the best that you can ever become demands the full faculties of the brain, the heart and the spirit. This search for the ultimate self begins with learning to think, using both rational, analytical and critical mind and the associative, creative, systemic and integrative mind. It then conjures that other way of knowing without knowing why you know. This is learning to intuit. Separate, but equally powerful, is the emotional mind, the one that feels and empathizes. Learning to feel brings the self to its sensitive, sensual and stimulating dimension. Next, learning to do puts into action everything that one thinks, intuits and feels. This is followed by the need to transmit and receive messages, both trivial and important, in learning to communicate. Raising the level of the self to assume greater responsibility and accept personal accountability for other is learning to lead. Finally, there is full self actualization and total human development in learning to be. At this height of personal excellence, the five pillars of being and becoming conspire to transform the self towards transcendence. These elevating pillars are wonderment, a wider world view, wisdom, walking the way of the spirit and the will to live.
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