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Learn from modern queen and king of speech

A workshop with Esperance Luvindao with guest coach Paul Da Prince that will leave you ready for any stage.

When you have to give a speech, or talk at a meeting, on radio or on television, you have to ensure that you command your audience’s attention in such a way that they have no choice but to remember you.

That is lesson number one according to Esperance the poet, public speaking coach, motivational speaker, mc and host. In Summary, speaking is what she does.

 “I acknowledge the fact I do not know it all, but with what I know, I intend on changing the game. Being a good speaker is a requirement for all of us, because we all need it in one way or another.

From corporate such presentations and pitching business ideas to entertainment like radio and television presenting, proper speaking is your first piece of leverage says Esperance. Along with Paul Da Prince, a dear friend of hers, they will be hosting a public speaking workshop designed for everyone.

 The two will also be tackling branding and what it takes to build a noteworthy brand! The two are no strangers to the corporate and non corporate speaking platforms and have come together to host the first ever workshop under Esperance’s Public Speaking Class company called Speaker’s Globe.

The Workshop to be held on 23 February at the Bank Windhoek Theatre School from 09H00 to 15H00 will cost N$500. This includes lunch, refreshments, a gift pack and a free photo shoot. The attendees also stand a chance to win a free MC gig. This is going to be one for the books and it certainly will not be the last one.

Esperance will be having a workshop every two months in the form of a workshop, but those that would love personal and solo lessons are encouraged to register for classes under Speaker’s Globe. Esperance seeks to raise speakers, poets and brands even bigger than hers, because Namibia has the talent and it is time we groom it!


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