Charo Santos-Concio talks about the ‘value of excellence’ in reaching dreams

Charo Santos-Concio talks about the ‘value of excellence’ in reaching dreams

- Charo Santos-Concio got featured in Toni Gonzaga’s latest vlog in “Toni Talks”

- The former ABS-CBN president shared about how she pushes people to help reach their dreams

- She instilled the value of excellence in pursuing dreams and standing out in the crowd

- Through the vlog, other facts about Charo have also been made known publicly

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Charo Santos-Concio opened up her world to the public and revealed the secret of helping a lot of dreamers in the showbiz industry to reach the top.

Charo Santos-Concio talks about the ‘value of excellence’ in reaching dreams
Charo Santos-Concio (Photo credit: @charosantos)
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On March 1, Toni Gonzaga uploaded her very special “Toni Talks” vlog, featuring everyone’s favorite drama anthology host, Ms. Charo Santos-Concio.

The “Pinoy Big Brother” host got to interview the former ABS-CBN President and Chief Executive Officer, using the latter’s autobiography book “My Journey: The Story of an Unexpected Leader” as a reference point.

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Among the topics they have talked about, the most interesting could be how the “MMK” storyteller has helped many people reach their dreams by pushing them toward excellence.

“What was that feeling like na you have the power to fulfill someone’s dream?” Toni asked Charo.

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Charo replied about doing it objectively.

“There are so many elements that leadership takes into consideration when we make decisions.
“At the end of the day, there are metrics that we have to follow. So, there’s nothing personal."

Then, the movie producer shared about how she does it personally:

"From my end, I think I push people to do their best. I mean, I would always talk to them about the value of excellence.” Charo answered.

The veteran host and producer talked about some of the reflections to ponder by people who want to make their mark and reach the top.

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“You want to stand out in the crowd? Be unique. Be excellent. Be different.
“What are you offering your audience? Why will I love you?.. We open the doors. At the end, what do you bring to the table?”

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Aside from this, Charo was also able to open up about how her parents molded her in good values, which sooner became her foundation in life.

She also revealed how she entered the entertainment industry, and from being a film actress, how she ended up behind the scenes.

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Charo Santos-Concio is a Filipina actress and media executive. She is also the host of the longest-running drama anthology in Asia, which is no other than “Maalaala Mo Kaya”.

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Since last year, ABS-CBN has been in a constant battle for existence as the network was denied franchise renewal in the Senate. Since then, a lot of its artists and talents have transferred to other networks.

However, there are also many Kapamilya stars who have vowed to remain loyal to their home network. One is Anne Curtis who promised to never leave ABS-CBN’s noontime show “It’s Showtime.” Vice Ganda’s heartfelt social media post about love and loyalty to the network also went trending before.

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