🎉【AkzoNobel Grand Dinner Host】🎉 Clown Emcee in the house tonight! Look at my fancy hair and guess what theme it is? I felt like I'm part of the colourful theme! It was an amazing moment we all had that night which involved a lot of games, performances, lucky draw and etc.
Once again, thanks for having me, AkzoNobel Paints (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd! 🎉😍 #emceebryan #professionalemcee #akzonobel #emceeofmalaysia
Did I mention how much fun I had emceeing the university of Ghana law school dinner?
It came with lots of pleasant surprises and just the right amount of fun for the weekend.
Thinking of what to do this weekend? How about you let yourself go and have some fun.
Cheers to the weekend guys from the emcee whose touch adds class to your event. @johndumelo1
it was a pleasure having you there.
It’s a wrapped hosting such a meaningful and important by the State Government - China Perak Government & Enterprises Collaboration Conference 2019 from 7am to 10pm!! (Conference to Dinner) 🎤
Thank you ABCi Singapore for having me and my Mandarin Emcee partner in crime Mae Long 😚
It’s been so long since my last emcee-ing with SOPs of international delegates namely China, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia and Taiwan and all the respective state gov. What an experience and it’s totally different arena as compared to lecturing in big crowd 😏
You’re right and they’re wrong. And you know it.
But if you tell someone they’re wrong or argue about why you’re right, then you’ll likely antagonize them. Cause them to be further entrenched in their position. Or even damage the relationship.
So, how can you be right without making others wrong?
Ask questions! If you want people to understand how you think, then first you have to understand how they think. And show them you want to understand how they think. Asking questions helps you accomplish this. “Can you help me understand what led you to that conclusion?” “Are there any alternative explanations you can think of?” “What additional factors might have contributed to the outcome?” “Would that still hold true if ...” “What might be an argument opposed to that?” “If I understand you right, then is what you’re saying …?” Asking questions like these conveys respect. You respect the other person enough to want to understand how they think. In his well-known book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” Stephen Covey wrote, “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” Because, to quote another well-known saying, “No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” Care enough to be curious about how the other person thinks. If they feel respected, then you might end up being right without making them wrong. Or you might surprise yourself and end up being wrong because you were curious enough to discover why they were right.
Make it happen.
"We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us." ⭐
Ice Holiday Sdn. Bhd, one of the leading Travel Wholesalers in Malaysia 🎉 It's truly an honour to host for their Annual Dinner! 😍
Once again, congratulations to Ice Holiday for making another excellent result in 2018 and all the best in 2019! Huat a 🎉
#iceholiday #travelwholesaler #emceebryan #professionalemcee