Archive | September, 2013

Royalizing from Abu Dhabi to the World!

26 Sep

I joined Royale Business Club way back 2010 here in Abu Dhabi, UAE. My colleague invited me for a sort of Business presentation, not a formal one, we just met in AL Wahda Mall ordered some pizza and discussed about the business. I was hesitant at first, because I was thinking that it’s just another MLM Company that after some years of existence, it will be vanished on it’s own.


That evening I studied the marketing plan, compensation plan, the product, the whole business itself. Then I decided to give this Royale Business a chance. Who knows I might be successful in this kind of business.

After I signed up they give me the kit which consists of Wellness and Beauty Products. I tried to sell the products to my friends and after just less than a week the products are sold out. I’m very proud of Royale products very effective, the product really speaks for itself, no need to make a flowery sales talk to your client.

Royale Kojic Papaya Soap and Royale Gluta Soap are selling like a hotcake and Glutathione Capsule are girls best friend. Because of these products, It boost the sales of my online store.


During 2011 till 2012, we decided to lie low in the business… there’s a problem in managing the stocks, since all the products came from the Philippines, it took a lot of time for orders to arrived in the UAE aside from that the courier charges is very high.

Thanks to the management of Royale, they see the potential of the UAE Market. After a year of planning and market research, they opened their very 1st branch in UAE. It is conveniently located in Unit 305 New Century Tower, same building with Day to Day (opposite Deira City Center). Abu Dhabi branch will be open very very soon… Can’t wait to see our new office :).

I’m eager to share the business with all of you, for those who want an extra income during their spare time, to  those who want to achieve their dreams. You may contact me for a business presentation and how can I able to help you to be successful with this kind of business. Royale offer it’s member free training courses, seminar that can truly helpful and very informative.

If you want to be a member of Royale Business Club or just want to order products don’t hesitate to contact me at below details:


uae: +971 557382574

Royale ID: 64533709

11 Reasons Why We Love Royale:

1. 100% Filipino owned company.
2. The management team is committed to the company’s MISSION and VISION.
3. We have our own headquarters/building.
4. Balanced compensation plan (Hybrid MLM-Unilevel-Binary)
5. Wide range quality products.
6. HIGHEST SEALS of approval.
7. World Class packaging.
8. We are SUPERBRANDS –accepted in 88 countries.
9. We own branches, not business centres.
10. First Filipino Company to have business personality in different countries ( UAE, Taiwan, Singapore and soon in UK and South Africa).
11. Certified STABLE –built to last company.

THIS IS ROYALE!!! Royalizing the world…

R- Real
0- Opportunity for
Y- Young & old
A- Active
L- Leaders and
E- Entrepreneurs

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Arabic 101 for Filipino Expat

23 Sep

I’m always amazed when I encounter fellow “kabayan” who are very fluent in speaking Arabic language. It is common to the people who work at home those who deals with the Arabic family 24/7. They need to learn their language because most of the family member is having a hard time speaking English.


Expatriates like me usually didn’t bother to learn Arabic, because almost all the conversations and transactions is done in English or Arabic English or Indian English. Words like insha’lla, mabrook, shuhada are some of the common arabic words you can hear from most of the Filipino. I think we need not to limit our selves for these few words only. It is imperative for us to know the language of the country we are living.

I came to realized that when I rented out our villa in Abu Dhabi few years ago. Our landlady doesn’t know how to speak English, I ended up hiring looking for a translator just to convey my message to her. Most of the time, I’m struggling talking to our nator (watch man) when we need maintenance or repair. At times I shell out payment for the service of the maintenance company who fully understand what needs to  be done at home.

Now I am eager to learn Arabic, even not so fluent but at least I can have simple conversation.

Ok! for the start let me know how to count in Arabic.


The numbers from 21 to 99 are formed by saying the ones digit first, then wa (and) followed by the tens digit. For example, waHid wa ashriin (21 [literally: one and twenty]).


You should read Arabic numbers in the same order as English numbers, from the largest to smallest place,except for the ones digit, which comes before the tens. So 1964 would be read “one thousand, nine hundred, four, and sixty” or alf tisa mia arba wa sittiin.


So that’s all for today… See you on our next lesson! Shukran!

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Charity Flea Market at Sheraton Hotel!

19 Sep

Charity Flea Market at Sheraton Hotel!

Hi! Guys… I’m cordially inviting you all to visit our booth at Sheraton Hotel Corniche Road Abu Dhabi this coming Saturday, September 21 2013, from 9 am to 3 pm. We’re participating in a “Second Hand Charity Flea Market” Event organized by Starwoods Hotels and resorts. The proceeds for this event will goes to “Road to Awareness 2013 Project” to support the education of Children in Cameroon and Nigeria.

See you guys! Mark you calendar!