Do the best thing that you can in every chance you get. – Jef Menguin
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I wrote a series meant for inspirational speakers. You may learn one thing or two from these 15 ideas. Find them here: http://jefmenguin.com/what-every-inspirational-speaker-must-remember/
Malaysia feels a little like home to me. They look more like Filipinos. They speak good English too. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is the 12th City in my list. I went there as an inspirational speaker and I intend to go back there as a touring inspirational speaker.
This time when I write my blog, I will be thinking of the people that I came in contact with in Malaysia. I will also write for them.
There are two places that I want to visit as a tourist and as an inspirational speaker this year: Batanes and Palawan. God willing, I will reach each soon. I also hope that leaders of these provinces will invite me to train them for at least a week. I can let go of the payment provided I am given the opportunity to experience the beauty of each.
Palawan is an island province of the Philippines located in the MIMAROPA region or Region 4. Its capital is Puerto Princesa City, and it is the largest province in the country in terms of total area of jurisdiction. The islands of Palawan stretch from Mindoro in the northeast to Borneo in the southwest. It lies between the South China Sea and the Sulu Sea. The province is named after its largest island, Palawan Island.
The two places that I want to visit are Coron Reefs and El Nido.
So if you are from Palawan, or you know how we can connect to the leaders in Palawan, I encourage you to make it known to them my intention to share my leadership seminars with their people. I know that I will have more invitation from that province as I have always been receiving inquiries. I am in no rush. But in God’s time, it will happen.
Visit my website – http://jefmenguin.com – or contact Ms Joy Buena through joy.buena@startisher when you are looking for a motivational speaker, leadership speaker, inspirational speaker, and team building facilitator in Palawan.
I have never been to Zamboanga City. There were two inquiries this year. One asked me to send a proposal for a leadership seminar. Another inquired for my rate as an inspirational speaker.
Mindanao is a beautiful place. One seminar attendee from Zamboanga said that I must go there if I were to truly appreciate Mindanao. I think I will be able to do that very soon.
So, no number yet for this city. But I will be inspiring people in Zamboanga. That is the least that I can do. I know they will give me more inspiration.
Maybe this is also a simple call to the Mayor of Zamboanga City. I want you to know that I am interested to visit your city. My programs on transformational leadership may help your city managers. Just send me an invitation and I will go there.
I have just updated another post – http://jefmenguin.com/?p=5273. I told the reasons why it was necessary for me to train more motivational speakers in Asia.
There was a time that I needed to go to Batangas every week. I was helping my friend Perla Rempe in developing her people at the Farm at San Benito. That was for six months. I told myself that one day I will be able to train every government official in Batangas. Someday, I know that will happen.
I was invited to Lyceum of Batangas twice. I have conducted a leadership workshop for the Supreme Student Coucil. The second time was a stress management workshop for the faculty of nursing. I have also conducted team building session for one NCLEX review center.
I have been to many beaches there too for more than ten team building programs. We even went as far as San Juan Batangas which took me four hours of travel. I was invited to Lago de Oro by the manager to see if the venue was also a good place for team building.
Yes, I have been to cities and municipalities in Batangas and I believe I will have more. Though I have been to other cities in Batangas, I will be including in my 100 Cities in Asia the city of Lipa. Lipa will be city number 11.
When you are looking for Filipino motivational speakers on leadership and personal development, I suggest that you look for our speakers. If you are in Visayas and Mindanao, contact us so we can refer to you speakers who are based there. I am based in Quezon City. I go to Visayas and Mindanao only when invited or when I have to conduct public seminars. Contact Joy Buena through email@example.com so she can help you book your next motivational and leadership speakers.
This blog does not really tell so much about what I do. I encourage you to proceed to http://jefmenguin.com/?page_id=2343 to learn more about the programs that I offer.
are not motivational speakers. They do not even market themselves as such.
I consider Gary Valenciano as a motivational speaker. You see the guy does not only sing. When he talks about his faith, he is so powerful that you will find yourself walking towards the stage to accept Christ as your personal God and savior. Sure, many people are doing that. But his personality, his authentic manner of speaking makes him move people.
I consider Mr Baraceros as a motivational speaker. He was my teacher in college and he motivated me to do my best – always – until I die. There was no motivational speaker in the Philippines who had motivated me more than Mr Baraceros.
I consider my Lolo as a motivational speaker. Though he never experienced speaking before a large group of people which other motivational speakers do today, my Lolo has the ability to make people feel good about themselves and make them look forward to a better day. When I am down, I only remind myself of the lessons that I have learned from my grandfather.
You see everyone can be a motivator. You can find them in the classroom, in churches, in offices, at home. It can be that guy sitting next to you. It can be you.
When you are looking for speakers on leadership and personal development, I suggest that you look for our speakers. If you are in Visayas and Mindanao, contact us so we can refer to you speakers who are based there. I am based in Quezon City. I go to Visayas and Mindanao when invited too. Contact Joy Buena through firstname.lastname@example.org so she can help you book your next motivational and leadership speakers.
I challenge you therefore to build yourself as a motivator. You can be a motivational manager, teacher, preacher, etc. If you want to become a motivational speaker, or an inspirational speaker (for that is how I see what I do), then train yourself in speaking too. You can visit a toastmasters club like the TOPS Toastmasters or attend a Dale Carnegie training. If I could be of help to you, you are also free to contact me through my website contact form http://jefmenguin.com/?page_id=228.
Enjoy your day. I hope you will get the desires of your hear.
So far, I have conducted one customer service training, three team building programs, one motivational speaking, and two leadership seminars in Subic, Zambales. Besides Batangas, Metro Manila, Cebu and Davao, Subic is the next place where I am likely go. In fact, I have two programs in the next two months which shall be conducted in Subic.
It is likely that I have not yet fully explored Subic. There are many more beaches and restaurants that I have not seen. I will keep on going back to Subic to deliver inspirational talks and leadership seminars. I am sure of that.
So, I am placing Subic as the 11th city in my count. Eigthy nine more cities and I shall be able to complete the list of 100 cities where I have delivered inspirational speeches.
How can you help? Bring us to your organization and refer us to company owners and events organizers who are looking for motivational speakers or inspirational speakers.
You may also share to them this page – http://jefmenguin.com/?page_id=2343 – so that they will see for themselves how we can provide the participants the biggest opportunities to grow and be inspired.
For your inquiries, you may contact Joy or Carmen through joy.buena@starfisher. com and email@example.com
You may also contact 0927 4292986
Let us see each other in Subic, Zambales
“Walking your talk is a great way to motivate yourself. No one likes to live a lie. Be honest with yourself, and you will find the motivation to do what you advise others to do.”- Vince Poscente
No more five pages of resume to introduce the speaker. That is a mild order I gave to my staff. I told them that for the last two leadership talks, the emcee did not bother to create their own introductions of the speaker. They read my resume and bored people to death.
Actually, I felt that they tried to hard to portray me as a very important question. What I know is that famous and really important people do not need long introductions. Long introductions are hard sell.
So, I showed this new introduction to my staff and told them to give this to the next one who will ask me to deliver a talk on leadership.
” Jef Menguin is a leadership and personal development speaker in the Philippines. His talks are lively, entertaining, and full of practical principles. In his talks, he aligns individual and corporate needs to produce positive bottom line business results.
He is the Visionary Leader of Growth Orientors HR Training Consultancy, a people development company that helps high performing organizations build People Excellence culture. A Distinguished Toastmaster, he has been coaching and mentoring people on effective communication and leadership.
After ten years of teaching, in 2004 he decided to pursue his dream of becoming an inspirational and leadership speaker. After seven years and more than a thousand speeches delivered and thousands of people inspired, Jef Menguin continues to educate, engage, and empower people in Asia through his personal leadership and organizational development programs.
His is a story of a humble beginning. Using real life examples and experiences, Jef Menguin shows his audiences that anyone can reinvent his future.”
This introduction was used last week. The emcee explained each sentence to the participants. I thought I should create a new one. I like my staff to give this to the next emcee.
“Jef Menguin helps people.”
P.S. Feel free to contact us when you are looking for a speaker in your next convention or conference. You may contact Ms Joy Buena or use the contact form you can find in my website – http://jefmenguin.com