Journeys of Conversation

Journeys of conversation

If there is one thing that I cannot do in a day, that is “not” to engage in a conversation.  I love to interact and engage myself in meaningful conversations. This is why I am a communicator.  I love communicating and sharing my thoughts with others.

If food serves as our physical nourishment, conversation caters to our intellect and emotions.  Why are conversations important?

Source of Inspiration:

If you are having a bad day, or you need someone to share your victories and triumphs with, having a conversation with peers or family serves as your support when things are not going your way and/or you are in a jubilant mood.

The advice you get from them will uplift and inspire you to be a better individual.

Source of Wisdom:

A conversation whether big or small will always be a learning experience.  The simple exchange of thoughts can spark new ideas or may lead to resolving some issues.  For as long as there is an exchange of thoughts, one will come out picking up something new and added knowledge. 

Conversations are so powerful that they can correct our misconceptions while enlightening and empowering us.  

Conversations are an essential tool to be an effective leader.  I believe in the power of conversation and this is exactly what led me to create Journeys of Conversations.

I wanted to have a platform where people can exchange ideas, views, and opinions on various issues and at the same time inspire and motivate each other through real-life experiences.  This Facebook Group aims to connect and engage people with a higher goal of attaining success for everyone.

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Amos Balongo

Amos has been a Corporate Motivational speaking sensation since moving to the United States from Africa. He has presented at several Leadership conferences and summits and traveled to over 32 countries motivating and transforming Leaders with his message. Organizations like United States Pacific Command, United Nations, United States Airforce, The YMCA’s of the USA, United States Navy and many others have hired Amos to speak. Amos is also a Philanthropist and has developed many initiatives in the United States and in Africa, empowering and equipping leaders through various leadership opportunities.