Business visionary Dhey Bool just expected to have a quality home close to her office in the south. With South Residences' coordinated way of life — a shopping center, clinic and other basic foundations inside strolling distance — and devoted staff individuals who really care, she got a lot more.
As somebody who has worked energetically to set up LeatherDhey Enterprises, one of the nation's top car calfskin upholstery bunches that administrations vehicles and planes, Ma. Dhorilen de Guzman Bool knows the benefit of excelling. When her laborers show up and wave "hello," the organization president/CEO is as of now working at a speed that extends for quite a long time until the welcome transform into "See you tomorrow."
An entire hour before her workers punch in at 7 a.m., she is now in her office, tasting espresso and experiencing the rundown of assignments that she arranged the prior night.
Passing by her hard working attitude, it's reasonable for deduce that Bool is each piece the cliché corporate chief: socially separated, firm and difficult to reach. In any case, she's the direct inverse.
Dhey has been living in SM Development Corporation's South Residences in Las Piñas for a year. She moved there to be nearer to her organization's office and stockroom, which are only a 15-minute drive away. She lives alone; her folks and kin are in the area and her sailor fiancé is right now working. In their nonattendance, Dhey has discovered a family in her workers and the staff in her apartment suite and the shops at the close by SM Southmall.
Dhey talks with her collaborators as though they were her dear companions, since they are, alongside the staff at South Residences. By 4:15 p.m. on work days, she is headed to her townhouse by her driver. Rather than going directly to her unit, Dhey goes through in any event an hour in the hall for a routine "merienda kwentuhan" with the gathering and housekeeping staff.
She regularly brings hot dish de sal for sharing. At the point when she's bumped for a pizza victory with the sorcery words, "Ang ganda mo ngayon, Miss Dhey," she immediately dials the conveyance numbers.
Dhey has gotten especially near Gin of housekeeping, alongside safety officers Ate Cha, Ate Jeena and Kuya Felix. With her on evening strolls in the nurseries of South Residences is Kuya Rudy, a grounds-keeper who calmly addresses every one of her inquiries regarding plants.
"Naging importanteng parte na sila ng buhay ko kasi nakaka-relate ako sa kanila (They got significant in my life since I can identify with them)," Dhey said. "Alam ko rin kasi 'yung feeling na nanggaling sa wala. (I know how it feels to come from an unassuming foundation.)"
Unintentional business visionary
Dhey was brought into the world in Calapan, Oriental Mindoro to guardians who were the two educators. She is the oldest of seven kin. Dhey needed most to give her family a superior life, so she took the popular nursing course.
She at that point made a trip to Metro Manila with high any expectations of getting a good paying nursing position however wound up filling in as a server in her auntie's eatery in Ongpin, as a guardian in Cavite and as a taxi specialist for a lease a-vehicle organization situated at the air terminal.
She was searching for better open positions. During one of her outings to Cavite, Dhey went over a road notice declaring an employment opportunity in the promoting division of an organization producing cowhide seats.
Decisively, she arranged an application for the Cavite-based organization. She was acknowledged, however two years into her new profession, the organization collapsed.
Dhey got herself jobless by and by. This time, nonetheless, she had industry information and an important organization. Previous coworkers perceived her administration potential and they encouraged her to set up her own calfskin upholstery organization.
Following a month of thought, Dhey became tied up with the thought.
Dhey bought essential hardware and cowhide supplies, settling in a carport. She recruited three representatives to deal with the machines for sewing, cutting, and collecting. She came to her previous boss' customers. It didn't take some time before vehicles were rolling in for their upholstery needs.
Before sufficiently long, the business got ready for development. Dhey was drawn nearer by people keen on cooperating with her; she took them. Things didn't work out. A customer from the car business encouraged Dhey to set up her own organization and offered the monetary help. In 2013, LeatherDhey Enterprises was conceived.
With sole ownership, much better judgment and more noteworthy business shrewd this time around, the organization developed into one of the business' most perceived names, with customers everywhere on the nation. From 12 pioneer workers, the organization currently has 40. A leased distribution center can support up to 300 vehicles per month.
With her effective organization, Dhey has had the option to help her family and help others. At 43, she is simply beginning to put more zero in on her own life. She intends to wed her fiancé when he gets back from his oceanic obligations.
Dhey considers the individuals she has helped as her life's fortunes, alongside her one-room unit in South Residences. Another unit in South 2, is being prepared for turnover.
"Dahil sa kanilang lahat nakakuha ako ng pamilya dito (Because of them, I picked up my family here)."