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Be lazy, indulgent, and prone to relax


and take things easy
Avoid taking risks
Go along with wishes of the group
even if, personally one wants to do
something else
To be oversensitive to criticisms.
Lack of perseverance and
persistence.
Be fatalistic
Put one over each other

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1.Pakikipagkapwa values promote


the ideals of entrepreneurship.
-Concern (hiya)
-Pakikisama
-Pakikibagay
-Pagmamalasakit
-Utang na loob
-Amor propio
-Bayanihan

2.Many Filipino values promote


risk-taking or lakas ng loob
Bahala na
Gaya-gaya (copycat)
Pakikipagsapalaran(sense of
adventure)
Close family ties

3. Katapatan as a value promote


ethical business practices
4. Our values promote harmonious
labor-management relations
Malasakit
Damayan
Samahan
Madaling makagaanan ng loob
Pakikiramdam

5. Our values promote social


mobility
Sipag (diligence)
Katipiran (thrift or frugality)
Pagkamatiisin (patient with
endurance)
Pagtitimpi (self-control)

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1.Tradition child-rearing practices


hinder the development of an
independent, entrepreneurial
spirit.
2.Belief in the existence of allpowerful forces that control a
persons destiny may destroy
entrepreneurial initiatives.
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3. Amor propio makes the Filipino

refuse to take full responsibility for


his action when he fails
4. The bahala na attitude, if not
tempered by intelligent judgment
and planning, may lead to
imprudent decision making

5. Our family and relatives may be a


very supportive group, but they can
also do harm to the business
enterprise.
6. Colonial mentality impedes the
development of a self-reliant
entrepreneurship
7. Crab mentality is particularly
destructive to entrepreneurship .

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1.Entrepreneurs were brought up in


an atmosphere of self-reliance and
freedom
2.Entrepreneurs learn an early age
craft or trade at home
3.Entrepreneurs had an early
exposure to business.

4. Many entrepreneurs
come from migrant
families.
5. Many entrepreneurs
are the first-born in the
family.

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He had become acquainted with many


entrepreneurs and businessmen through his
early growing years.
He had the opportunity to work.
He had the opportunity to practice
He had the opportunity to exercise attributes
and behavior and gained support.
He had the opportunity to know costumer,
supplies, distribution, and source of
assistance.

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1.Learners dont just listen and


learn passively, but practice
actively in deciding what they
want to learn and how do they
learn.
2.Teachers must behave as fine
examples or models of
entrepreneurship.

3. The learning environment


must be one where initiative
is encouraged.
4. The learning mode or
method must be one that will
allow learners to face
uncertainty.