In any networking business the most common questions among prospective members is the reliability of the products and the company behind the network. Is the Supreme Wealth Alliance (SWA) Ultimate a scam or not. We will discuss the different proofs that the company, Supreme Wealth Alliance is a legitimate business entity and most of all a paying company.
The Supreme Wealth Alliance have already released the official documents needed in conducting an online business not only in the Philippines but worldwide.
There are rumors already that the Supreme Wealth Alliance Philippines is a scam because of the previous background of the company handled by Chavesnet Enterprises. Although the previous company have their failures but those alleged accusations were not proven by law.
Francis Chaves is one of the most recognized Filipino marketing strategist who made a name for himself as one of the few individual from the Philippines who have used his knowledge in network marketing to expand his business worldwide with the focus on helping fellow Filipinos.
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The Chief Admin and CEO of Supreme Wealth Alliance is Franco Renato Chaves but more popularly known as Francis Chaves who registered his company with the Department of Trade and Industry as the Chavesnet Enterprises.
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For the past few years I have not posted any reports regarding the achievements of different Filipinos worldwide. As a self-supporting blogger, It’s my passion to help the Filipinos informed the latest developments and achievements of Pinoy’s worldwide.
Due to the difficulty of posting every single article on my own, with the amount of time I spent to research regarding a particular Filipino Achievers, I have decided to stop posting.
I love to post but as an ordinary blogger, I also need to have a source of income for myself. As a former OFW who came back to the Philippines to put up a business, my time was my biggest obstacle to provide an article.
I have been blogging but in different niches that provide an income for myself.
With my business partner we came up with some news website which provided an income to us:
Currently we are in the process of building our own marketplace of applications and programs. For those who are willing to sell their products and applications with source code. You can visit:
Those are the things that keeps me busy.
But no matter how busy I am, I will still try to post the latest development and achievement of Filipinos worldwide as an inspiration.
Paulino Alcantara graced the front page of the official website of the Federation of International Football Association.
He was honored by FIFA after 100 years. Today marked the 100 years of his first ever goals in the seniors division of the European League playing with the FC Barcelona.
He was considered as the greatest Filipino and Asian player to play in Europe. His record while playing in Barcelona have never been broken.
Pinoyachievers, the owner of this blog site would like to inform our avid readers that some of our news especially regarding sports and information will be transfer to a self-hosted site at http://www.esportsinfo.com
For a longer period of time I was not able to update this blog for the reasons that it takes a lot of time and efforts to maintain a blog. We need sponsors for a site in order for it to prosper and for maintenance purposes.
I have collaborated with a former friend and came up with three different sites wherein we monetize to compensate our expenses.
Right now we are concentrating on three different sites, www.quotednews.com for latest news and information. www.pinoystarblog.com for latest celebrity gossips and www.esportsinfo.com for the latest happenings in sports from around the world.
If the three sites would be successful and will provide us with enough income I will rewrite this blog and make more updates. I would always love to share to you the things I’ve learned and compiled them to provide information for all of us.
Thank you and more power to my avid readers.
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For the past few months I haven’t updated this blog for the reasons that in order to keep this blog afloat i have to give more time and research about the topic that I’m going to post. The validity of my posting needs careful research and I have spent a lot of time in doing so. Although I try my best to keep this site well updated I cannot do it continously. For the reason that I need also to monetise my site so I try to focus on my other site Filipino Christian Achievers
I am so excited when I saw my earnings that a few cents have been added from day to day but not enough so I took advice from a friend of mine who have successfully managed a blog to collaborate with him and with experience he pursued me to become partner in his new venture website. The site keeps on getting attention everyday, although we haven’t monetise it yet. I know it will be earning soon.
As a Filipino I would like to invite you to visit our website.
To my fellow Filipinos and reader of this blog I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to all of you for visiting my site. Due to some inevitable circumstances I was not able to update this blog for it needs thorough research before I can post something worthy to become a Pinoy Achiever. Temporarily I moved my blog from wordpress to blogger for some reasons. As a Christian I now focused mainly on the achievement of my fellow Filipino Christian Achievers. If you have time just feel free to visit my site…
Born in Manila, Philippines, Cristeta “Cris” Comerford now works in the most famous house in the United States of America. Mrs. Comerford became the first woman to become the executive chef at the White House since the Kennedys appointed the position to a high- profile statement of personal style. She is also the first minority, a Filipino-American to hold the position. Serving as an assistant chef during the Clinton Administration, her consummate passion and talents proved worthy. Mrs. Laura Bush appointed her in August, 2005 and she has since showcased the best of American cuisines.
Mrs. Michelle Obama reappointed Cris Comerford because of her passion and emphasis for healthy eating. Her many responsibilities include designing and executing menus for official dinners, social events, and family entertaining. Some of her memorable events include the Governor’s Dinner because of the inclusion of culinary students. Mentorship and leadership has been a key to the success of the White House Kitchen.
Chef Comerford attended the University of the Philippines to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Food Technology. Her 26 years of culinary experience include fine dining restaurants in Washington DC, Chicago, Austria, Napa Valley and France. As a member of the Club Chefs du Chef, an association of chefs of heads of states,
she had continually pursued her growth in techniques, abilities and food trends.
Because of her strong belief in family and community, she had faithfully served as a church deacon and currently leading a home study group with her husband, John. They have both volunteered on humanitarian trips to an impoverished town in Brazil. Recently, she was a keynote speaker at an International Women’s Leadership Conference hosted by the Governor of Hawaii, Gov. Linda Lingle. Mentorship to younger culinarians lead her to speak to students at the Kapiolani Community College in Honolulu.
Her seven year old daughter Danielle had shown her culinary interest by writing their New Year’s Eve dinner celebration. They live in Columbia, Maryland in between visiting families in Seattle and Chicago.
Manuel Luis Quezón y Molina (August 19, 1878 – August 1, 1944) was 2nd and the first Filipino president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines under U.S. colonial rule in the first half of the 20th century, serving from 1935 to 1944.
Quezón is considered by most Filipinos to have been the second President of the Philippines, after Emilio Aguinaldo. He has the distinction of being the first Senate President elected to the presidency, the first president elected through a national election, and the first incumbent to secure re-election (for a partial second term, later extended, due to amendments to the 1935 Constitution). He is known as the “Father of the National Language”.
During his presidency, Quezón tackled the problem of landless peasants in the countryside. Other major decisions include reorganisation of the islands military defence, approval of recommendation for government reorganisation, promotion of settlement and development in Mindanao, tackling foreign strangle-hold on Philippine trade and commerce, proposals for land reform and the tackling of graft and corruption within the government. Quezón established an exiled government in the US with the outbreak of the war and the threat of Japanese invasion. During his exile in the US, Manuel Quezón died of tuberculosis in Saranac Lake, New York.
Quezón, was born in Baler, Tayabas (now Aurora). His Spanish mestizo parents were Lucio Quezón and María Dolores Molina. His father was a primary grade school teacher from Paco, Manila, and also a retired Sergeant in the Spanish colonial army, while his mother was a primary grade school teacher in their hometown. During the Philippine-American War he was an ayuda-de-campo to Emilio Aguinaldo. He rose to the rank of Major and fought in the Bataan sector during the retreat and surrender in 1901.
He received his primary education from his mother and school teacher in their home town and tutors, and later boarded at the Colegio de San Juan de Letran where he completed secondary school. In 1898, his father Lucio and brother Pedro were ambushed and killed by armed men while on their way home to Baler from Nueva Ecija, because of their loyalty to the Spanish government. He cut short his law studies at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila in 1899 to participate in the struggle for independence against the United States, led by Emilio Aguinaldo. After Aguinaldo surrendered in 1901, however, Quezón returned to the university and passed the bar examinations in 1903, placing fourth. He worked for a time as a clerk and surveyor, entering government service as an appointed fiscal for Mindoro and later Tayabas. He became a councilor and was elected governor of Tayabas in 1906 as an independent. In 1907, he was elected to the first Philippine Assembly, where he served as majority floor leader and chairman of the committee on appropriations. From 1909–1916, he served as one of the Philippines’ two resident commissioners to the U.S. House of Representatives, lobbying for the passage of the Philippine Autonomy Act or Jones Law.