If you’ve cherished a career for so long, are in good terms with the company and actually like what you’re doing, getting laid off for reasons beyond your control can be a very painful experience. It isn’t something you can just sleep on and forget the next day. Like ending a relationship, it’s important that you grieve your job loss and acknowledge what you feel.
Part of upgrading your communication skills is instilling vocal and movement exercises into your daily routine. You may feel silly doing these exercises initially, but these help you become more familiar with your articulators and the muscles that you use to speak.
I gave a short talk on appearance, poise and behavior for the ushering and welcome ministry of Focus on Christ International Ministries.
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.