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Alex Nubla
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#dotherightthing  Others do things to get it right. I do it to prevent things from going wrong.
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Not all #fears  are bad. They are there to build up your constructive ideas and prevent you from facing destructive criticisms.
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Everything has a #purpose  -- positioning you for that perfect moment. That time, that way.
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Often asked by my boys. Dad what do you really do? Started in IT, that's how I was known in the technical community in the 80's & 90's (yes before there was World Wide Web). Did not accept a job for Microsoft in 1988 (very dumb!) Went through a series of occupation in the IT world from media, banking, investments, manufacturing and settled today in Healthcare. I have gone through titles like Programmer, President, MIS Manager, CIO, CTO, Executive Director and now Solutions Architect. So what does that mean? You have a problem, call me. I'll find you multiple solutions.
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I am ME, my own mind, my own soul. I choose to be my own Master. I am not a copy, I am an original. I honor everyone's opinion. I listen. I serve the society by living happily and radiating this. I am accountable for my actions so others will not feel sorry for me. I am a man of my word. I plan my day and will never be... a prisoner of urgency. Everyday, I have a choice. Today, I choose to be me.
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A proud American, born in the Philippines. Wrote a bunch of technical articles back in the 80's and 90's. Known to be a geek who dressed up like a model to most of my friends. An avid proponent of P90X - it's just amazing how one can really transform your body in 90 days.

Three years ago, I started writing poetry, motivational notes and quotes again. A passion I did when I was younger. 

Are you in my circle?  If so, then you're are invited because I deem you find interest in daily motivational  quotes. A push I know everyone needs to have once in a while. If you so happen to disagree with what I have to say in my quotes, no worries, you are entitled to do so. It's not a crime to disagree. But if you like and feel inspired by what I write, don't hesitate to share and spread it. 
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Nothing to Brag yet. My life is not over and there are still a lot more things to accomplish.
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i am an Executive Elite member of National for several years and have been since 1995. i travel Portland almost 3 weeks a month for a couple of years now. Here are a list of my observation for National Rental Car in Portland. 1. Cannot anticipate number of cars needed Two weeks every month, they consistently have queues of at least 10 people waiting. 2. I have seen them give out executive cars to non executive members. They have two aisle - one for Executive and Non Executive -have people line up on a proper queue. 3. Selection of cars -numerous occasion, the staff wants me to drive a mini van. In the two years I have been renting from them - I never rented a mini van, why would I start now. The only incentive to rent there is their staff are friendly. Here's how you improve on it. 1. Proper queuing -Reward your executive members. 2. Anticipate your customers based on their arrival. Request arrival time in your website. This way you can forecast the demand. 3. Split your cars properly. Tell your staff to place the car in the proper aisle based on the demand 4. Manage your staff better. Managers are reactive instead of Proactive. 5. Use your customer database properly - You should know the type of cars your Executive members want - use your two aisle properly to meet their demands. 6. Split your compact, midsize, full size, trucks and mini vans. You have two large aisle, use it properly and label the section in your aisle properly. This way, if the reservation is for compact car, you don't give up full size. 7. Move your returned cars back to your inventory quicker. Properly clean your cars after return I rent from Oakland, Portland, Maryland and Denver National - I can say there's a lot of room for improvement for National
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