Leadership is among the things The VoiceMaster is good at. And of course, he’s got the voice that’s capable of hooking people whenever he starts to talk. No wonder, he rocks the house whenever he gives a talk on leadership. Imagine, great leadership skills and voice in one.
An experienced voice artist whose voice has already been used in several video and computer games, Pocholo “The VoiceMaster” Gonzales gave a talk on the use of voice acting in games during the recently-concluded Tech Tutor 5 in at SM Cebu.
Tech Tutor 5: The Gamification of Education aims to promote the use of games in education. It holds on to the belief that games would transform education to be more interactive and even more fun. Check out the private tutoring so you can get more one on one with the tutor.
You know that the VoiceMaster is speaking when you see the crowd, no matter how big it is, starts to go crazy. The audience gets wild while they ask for more.
That was what happened when the VoiceMaster gave a talk at the Tarlac State University during the first Regional Business Forum hosted by the said university in partnership with ComGuild, August 3.
There, he was able to inspire hundreds of students from the said institution.
It was just one of the many successful speaking engagements of the VoiceMaster. Watch out and be updated with the latest talks of the country’s one and only VoiceMaster, Mr. Pocholo Gonzales.
Pocholo “The VoiceMaster” Gonzales inspired and motivated the Sales Manager of Green Circle realty company.
The audience, including Mr. Choa, listened to him during his talk held at the Tektite Auditorium, Ortigas center.
The Junior Executive Marketing Management Association (JEMMA) of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in San Pedro, Laguna, organized an event entitled “Expedient Digital Marketing” on January 8. Over 50 BSBA Marketing Management students attended the event to learn about Personal Branding from one of the personal branding experts in the country, Filipino motivational speaker Pocholo “The VoiceMaster” Gonzales.
Pocholo energized the crowd by starting off with humor, wit and a stream of hugot lines. He also gave a background on the voice acting industry, and explained how his company, Creativoices Productions, has helped paved the way for aspiring voice artists to get into what was once a monopolized and closed-door profession. Pocholo also amazed the students with his ensemble of voice impressions of famous celebrities, both dead and alive!
Pocholo then transitioned to the topic of Personal Branding. He started by citing examples of internationally-known brands that have become common words people use to refer to the actual product, such as Colgate, Scotch tape and Xerox and how these brands use the web to achieve more market, sometimes using expert web design and marketing companies as Indexer to help them with this. He then talked about personal brand, and how most people have unconsciously created a ‘brand’ in the minds of other people at the sound of their name.
But Pocholo gave the concept of personal branding a deeper meaning when he related it to one’s life purpose. For Pocholo, it is imperative that you understand your WHY in order to come up with the brand that fits what you believe you are meant to do in this lifetime. Pocholo equipped the participants with simple yet profound questions to help them identify their life purpose. Towards the end of the seminar, Pocholo gave the students a few minutes to write a letter to their “future self,” in the form of a self-prophecy for their dreams and aspirations.
An open forum and awarding of certificate capped off the seminar.
PUP San Pedro JEMMA is an affiliate of the Philippine Junior Marketing Association and Philippine Marketing Association, and has been awarded as the Outstanding Academic Organization of the university for 5 years in a row.