The KLM Central Expo was held on June 24-26, 2016 at the Philippine Trade Training Center in Pasay City. Organized by the Kingdom Living Ministry (KLM) together with AIB Training, the expo featured a trade and job fair with over 50 exhibit booths for existing and aspiring entrepreneurs.
The highlight of the event is the series of onstage talks from some of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the country, speaking about various topics on marketing, entrepreneurship, personal branding and sales.
Pocholo “The VoiceMaster” Gonzales was one of the speakers on the third day. It was a not-the-usual-type of talk for the VoiceMaster as he shared the stage with AIB Founder Al Ian Barcelona, who gave an introduction about the VoiceMaster. Pocholo talked about his humble beginnings as a voice artist, and how he discovered his passion not only for voice acting, but also for inspiring and motivating other people. He also shared his experience as a youth advocate, reminiscing his younger days with Ian when they were starting to carry out their passion through motivational speaking. The VoiceMaster left the audience in awe as he started doing his voice impressions of cartoon characters and famous personalities.
Pocholo then called onstage Voice Care Philippines Executive Director, Ada Cuaresma, who shared what they do in the organization. She shared her own story on how she discovered her passion for helping other people through the use of her voice in what they do. Ada discussed Pocholo’s program and book “Voice Care for Teachers,” and the importance of voice in fulfilling one’s passion and vocation.
Shortly after, the country’s youngest motivational speaker – Patrick Gabriel Gonzales – came onstage to do a short inspirational speech. As the son of the VoiceMaster, Patrick shared his own experience in voice acting, broadcasting and motivational speaking. Like father like son, he did a quick sample of his voice impression of Russell from Disney’s “Up.”
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