The best part about my career as an International Youth Motivational Speaker is the opportunities that open up for me in line with my true calling – to help young students and professionals identify and utilize their highest potential. This August, I had the privilege of being part of an amazing Youth Conference- the 4th University Scholars Leadership Symposium as a keynote inspirational speaker that was conducted in the Philippines at the grand Philippine International Convention Center in Manila. My interactive keynote address was 45 mins long followed by another 45 mins of a Q&A Session. This was a young, energetic and multinational audience who had been in the Philippines listening to some of the top humanitarian motivational speakers over the course of the last 4 days. It was both a challenge and an opportunity for me to deliver the closing keynote address. My designed my keynote speech to summarize and build upon what the speakers before me had said. My keynote was segregated into 3 main messages to avoid information overload and to make my message stick. As a professional public speaker, it was a great learning experience for me too.
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