We’re back at it again! Earlier this year, I intentionally took a hiatus from conducting speaking engagements so I would focus more on the various business aspects of The Thrifty Pinay. As you should know, a lot of brainwork and practice go behind closed doors when preparing for webinar slides and scripts. Moreover, the speech anxiety and overwhelmingness of virtually standing in front of a crowd can unlock your stage fright and trigger your memory block! Yes, it can happen if you let fear get the best of you!

But I think I sort of missed the adrenaline brought by such a performance, most especially the great honor when the audience are tuned in and when they give the warmest feedback of how they have learned something new from your sessions.

So last July 28, I was invited to speak for an Advertising Agency called “The Huddle Room”. The topic I chose was fostering WAIS TIPS to help everyone survive the rising Inflation rate in the Philippines. It was a fun session indeed as I tried my best to include some activities to promote audience engagement.

“Fast talk” with their Q&A session

Without a doubt, sharing my wisdom and pragmatic views is something I truly enjoy. I am always grateful for companies trusting me as their speaker. In return, I do my best to deliver promptly and accordingly, and of course, impart unconventional knowledge that you wouldn’t normally learn on mainstream social media and through word-of-mouth. And this wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for the help and guidance of God!

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By Ameena Rey-Franc

Recognized as one of the Top Finance Blogs in the PH. Ameena Rey-Franc (founder of TTP) is a former Banker and BS Accountancy graduate turned Blogger, Keynote Speaker, and entrepreneur. Currently an RFP delegate, she is also the Author of a book about Financial Resilience and has held seminars for reputable companies like GrabFoodPH, Pru Life UK, VISA, JPMorgan Chase& Co., Paypal, Fundline, Moneymax, and many more. The Thrifty Pinay's mission is to empower women to LEARN, EARN, and be FINANCIALLY-INDEPENDENT no matter what life stage they are in.