We’re all communicators. That’s what we do everyday, but some of us still love the feel of a pen in the hand as it scribbles through the paper. Others find happiness as the fingers hit the keyboard (just like me) and this is where I feel more at home than any other.
For years in Kuwait, I was able to fulfill my community service to fellow OFWs by extending help to the best that I can and making many things possible to reach their potential. I could say that I had the time of my life. I had the privilege as well to become an Emcee to a number of Filipino community events and that enhanced my communication skills.
But to be a professional speaker, one has to start somewhere. You can’t just say, “I’m a speaker” and then here you go. My first speaking engagement here in the Philippines is at iblog: The 12th Philippine Blogging Summit #iblog12 last September 16th. I was one of the panelists of Topic 3: Cybercrime Law: Bloggers and Social Media Users on Hacking, Anonymous Comments and Publishing.
I will never forget Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME) Kuwait Chapter as my Toastmaster family.
#iblog12 was held at Malcolm Theater, U.P. College of Law, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City.