About Me

I’m an author. I write. I do it because I love doing it. I found writing as my passion. If everything else in my life and and business would fall apart, I will still write. Writing is my passion.

I’m only 26 years old. And you’re right I’m still young. But at this age, I’ve already written 8 books on career and personal development. I’ve been speaking to more than 80,000 people every year. I’ve been consulting to business owners.

I'm the best-selling author of Is There A Job Waiting For You? and one of the most celebrated and highest-paid motivational speaker in the Philippines. Previously, I worked as Presidential Technical Assistant at the Office of the President of the Philippines.

I'm a regular columnist of The Manila Times, Kabayan Star (Hong Kong), Planet Philppines (Canada), GoodNewsPilipinas (Singapore), and OFW-Connect (Brunei).

I started my own business when I was 23. I named my company The LLOYDLUNA Communications.

My Books

Work History

Work History

Consultant

Department of Education
  • Designed event collaterals inclusing but not limited to posters, logo, and manual
  • Developed program for high school students
  • Spoke before students on camps and special events

Corporate Communications Manager

TNS Events
  • Co-conceptualized Youth Power 2005 Conference and Expo at the World Trade Center
  • Spoke during the event
  • Brought in some sponsors for the event
  • Invited several big personalities from the media, government, and private sector
  • Conceptualized and implemented Career Avenue 2005

Presidential Technical Assistant

Office of the President of the Philippines
  • Developed and communicated the Strong Republic Vision of the president
  • Organized youth groups all over the Philippines to support the re-election campaign of the President
  • Trained and spoken to youth leaders in major cities and provinces
  • Maintained and developed a databank of youth leaders as well as community organizers
  • Created the Network of Campus Journalists of the Philippines

Columnist

The Manila Times

Wrote regular Sunday column on career, business, and personal development in the Career Times section