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Master of Ceremony or Master of Roller Coaster

Updated: Dec 4, 2018

Let’s face it, you have a nice job or maybe not. Everything is well but there’s a sense of emptiness in you that you can’t quite put a finger on.


Perhaps you are looking for some excitement. Perhaps you want to experience a glimpse of the entertainment industry. Perhaps you want to get out of your comfort zone at least for once in your life.


Well… here’s a path for you to explore on.


Being a Master of Ceremony will help you to fill up that little emptiness in you. It gives you a whole new level of experience and it surely drags you out of your comfort zone. Like seriously…


Forget about the long, lengthy, boring lecture. Studying a short course to be a Master of Ceremony is like riding a roller coaster. Your cart is being pulled uphill and you look at the ground getting further and further away. You look at the twists and turns and loops and you can’t help but to think of running away. It gives you the fight or flight moment. But you stay on because your gut feeling is telling you that this will be the greatest ride of your life!


The sinking feeling in the gut and that obsession for an adrenaline rush is what a master of ceremony feels like every time. You need to manage the crowd, charm your audience and handle unexpected situations. Doing a good show and making sure that the programs run, as smoothly is what a master of ceremony professionally does.


Master of ceremony means you’ll be having tons of fun and excitement. So, are you ready to get on the best ride of your life?

For more information, please contact MCJO ACADEMY . Your shine begins here.


by,

Wendy Cheong

Wendy discovered MC JO Academy in 2017 and she became an emcee ever since. Blogging her heart out about her passion and experience as an emcee gives her so much freedom in expressing herself. She enjoys learning and indulging herself in rapid aggressive challenges such as speaking in front. Spotlights and microphones are her essential accessories to make a difference on stage.

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