Life has made us all slow down a bit, take a step back, find new ways to connect, and see things through a fresh perspective even when things are not favorable. It all comes down to what you make of it, and sometimes all it takes is a fresh perspective to create a fresh experience.
While embracing a new normal, people at home began trying new things. Although we do things in isolation, sharing our experiences with friends and family makes them even better.
Passionate people are ones who always thrive. They enjoy what they do and nothing can rain on their parade.
Actor Dominic Roque is the perfect example of discovering and pursuing one’s passion. He says he misses the racetrack, but he channeled his energy into his newfound love for photography – something he can surely use to help build his business.
“As for myself, I am continuously learning more about photography each day. It gets more exciting everyday,” shared Dominic, as he took part in Heineken’s #FreshExperience campaign recently.
When he started his company, Domo Caps, Dominic also learned that there’s always a fresh experience waiting to be discovered.
Now the business has grown more than he ever expected it to, and he is exploring different ways to be productive.
Blogger Kerwin King says you might be feeling stuck at home right now, but he’s learned there’s always a fresh experience waiting to be discovered. He has recently found time to reconnect with two of his old passions: collecting comic books and vinyl records!
He won us over with the photo he posted of him finishing reading a comic book in one sitting, while listening to one of his favorite artists.
Jumping on the fitness bandwagon, Brazilian model and actor Daniel Matsunaga decided to try a new workout routine, using the keg as workout weights. Camille Co also got creative when working out. “No gym? No weights? No problem,” she said.
All she needed was a 5L keg of Heineken to improvise her home workout. After consuming the keg with friends, she used it as a substitute for weights.
When one pushes oneself to keep learning, that’s when a person becomes a better version of himself/herself.
Vladimir Grand says he is not the type of person who’s fond of reading books…He shared, “it takes me forever to finish one.” He improved his English vocabulary and pronunciation through reading, but he says reading books also taught him to be more patient, persevering, and organized.