The story of TrainStation began in 1994 when its President and CEO, Carelle Mangaliag-Herrera – a theater, tv and film actor since she was 9 years old, an aspring singer, host, clown, comedian, insurance agent, and a nobody with many failures – attended a seminar, got moved and said, “I want to inspire others someday”.
Starting as a Freelance Trainer and Consultant in 1994, she then incorporated her brainchild, Motivating Minds, in 2006. This company transitioned into TrainStation in 2011. As the company’s Chief Mover, Carelle moved through her stories of pain and triumph, into how she moved herself and her family forward. Through her story, she then literally moved people through laughter, fun, and energy – motivating people for better results. Exposed to thousands of talks and books on motivation, she was unsatiated with just “positivity” and wanted to know “how”. After initial self-study, she eventually learned from different mentors all over the world.Read more
She wanted to move people to Inspire Amazing!
Today, TrainStation, led by Carelle Mangaliag-Herrera, RR Herrera, Kevin Concepcion, Carlo Sainz, and Jacqueline Tan-Sainz – together with its partners in the Philippines, Singapore and Hong Kong, its corporate office team and trainers – with the convergence of their expertise in training, sales, theater, HR, film, sevice, finance, comedy, wellness, philosophy, improvisation, psychology, parenting, hospitality, events, marketing, entrepreneurship, leadership, acting, Strengths, communication, management, organizational development, neuroscience and NLP, continue the work of moving people. They work to tell stories that spell change. They create programs that offer that choice that people can want more, do more, and be more. They inspire in people that their work, life and relationships can be amazing.
They advocate that the word AMAZING can both be an adjective and a verb — that people can both BE and DO Amazing.
Today, TrainStation has become a group of Movers who dream of empowering more people to re-write their own stories.