I’ve been in radio for fourteen years. I started out as a student jock, became a traffic reporter (after my segment producing stint), worked at Mellow947 for a decade, had a short stint on News FM and now, handling executive producer and announcing duties for NOW XD. Radio may seem like a fun and easy job (I do enjoy it) but there’s a lot of things that go on off-air that contribute to the mounting of a radio program. With social media and video being a huge factor now, it’s no longer just the audio output we consider. In this short VLOG, I’ll take you through our week-long radio training held at Cebu.
In this vlog, I take you through a full day of teaching classes at John Robert Powers in Quezon City. Also, since the branch is freshly-renovated, I thought it would be fun to give you guys a tour.
A little break from the travel vlogs. This is what I shared with the young adults in Hungary (hence, the greetings). In this message I talk about boyfriends (LOL), crying over guys, asking God about marriage among many others. Coming to terms with the single life didn’t happen overnight. It was a process and I thank God for His patience and how He’s led me throughout.
Here’s the VLOG of the career talk I gave to sophomore, junior and senior college students of Poveda. I taught them the importance of having a professional image, gave them job interview do’s and don’ts and told them to be mindful of their character and behavior.
Some scenes from my speaking engagement at Sto. Nino Parochial School. Thanks to Charmee and Team Procast for another successful activation. It’s always a joy to speak to the younger ones and inspire them.
I had a great time talking to the 3rd to 7th grade students of Colegio Sta. Rosa in Makati. I’m thankful to God for the wonderful opportunity to impact and influence the younger generation, to help them have a better perspective of their lives and a healthy sense of self. Check out the video below:
I had the wonderful privilege of coaching these artists from Viva Entertainment.
A few snaps of me and some of my fellow instructors at John Robert Powers after a meeting.