With the goal of setting the world on fire, I’m slowly igniting flames — one conversation at a time.
Experts suggest that in order for us to carry a good conversation, we should make sure to ask more things about the other person and to listen more, because people (by nature) love to talk about themselves. Good conversations do not only touch on people’s strengths, though, but also on their vulnerabilities. Because a conversation is more than just an exchange of thoughts; it must be an exchange of trust.
BUT FIRST, LET ME INTRODUCE MYSELF.
My name is Ae Llantada, born and raised in a peninsula in eastern Philippines called the Bicol Region. I speak, write, and study about culture and the human side of work.
I earned my bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Development at Bicol University, and I work towards my master’s degree in HR Management from the same school. Currently, I serve at the coporate affairs department of a regional rural bank, where the goal is to contribute to the economic growth of the Filipino countryside.
Having been trained as an active student leader in college, I consistently push myself towards becoming a well-rounded and a socially responsible young professional. I support initiatives for LGBT+ rights, career development, and quality education for all. I have a passion for sharing knowledge and engaging people.
I keep a diary, and his name is Rocky.
NOW LET ME HEAR YOUR STORY
Enough about me, it’s time that you tell me your story. Perhaps I can do something for you or your group? Just let me know and let’s see what I can do. Reach me through firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the links below. Help me set the world on fire!
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