We are ONE: A Seminar for the Benefit of Yolanda Survivors.
Are you looking for ways on how to improve yourself and at the same time help the Yolanda victims?
Good news! The Country's Best Speakers come together to give a Series of Benefit Seminars to raise funds for Yolanda Survivors.
Hit two birds with one stone! Be empowered in both your personal and professional life while helping our countrymen in the Visayas.
In this age and time when almost everyone owns a camera phone or tablet, you could see a lot of people online with their "selfie" shots. Indeed, one should learn how to express your "selfie."
Janette Toral will be sharing tips on your Selfie Journey .
In her session "Selfie Journey - Connecting And Engaging Online," Ms. Janette will share tips in expressing your “selfie,” building trust, creating a differentiation, attracting the crowd you like (and vice versa), owning a category, using the “rebel” in you, and defining a framework to sustain.
Janette Toral is a recognized, multi-awarded e-commerce and e-learning specialist in the Philippines. She is the author of Digital Filipino: An E-Commerce Guide for the Filipino, Digital Filipino E-Commerce Workshop, Philippine INernet Review and Blogging from Home.
You are welcome to attend We Are One Kick Off Event-- A Day of Empowering The Self (through Life and Skills-Building Talks and Workshops) this December 7, 2013 (Saturday) -- at the Vista Center, UG/F Worldwide Corporate Center (along Shaw Blvd. across Star Mall), facilitated by our country's bevy of esteemed empowerment coaches and speakers. You may call Vonj Tingson via 0917 311 8005 or +622-5477 for more details.
We Are One. Minimum Donation is P1,000 per head. You can register online at http://trainings.ph/weareone
Secretary General of Philippine Red Cross Gwen Pang will be one of the guests.
Participating speakers are the following:
Ricky de Vera
Janette C. Toral
Al Ian Barcelona
Boom San Agustin
Pocholo Gonzales and several others.
Note: This is not a paid post. I just want to help the group of my mentor Janette Torral to gather funds for the Typhoon Yolanda victims.