Tag Archives: Speak without fear
Impromptu Speaking Helps You Grow
“Sometimes I’ll start a sentence and I don’t even know where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way.” — Michael Scott, The Office. Now you know why the head of Dunder Mifflin paper company is … Continue reading
Let’s Talk Food Stories
“Make your favourite meal for us!” If you’ve ever been asked to do that — in words, not beans and butter — you know how hard it is. But the folks who took on this week’s Table Topics question rose … Continue reading
Category 5 Toastmasters Tornado Meeting Hits Vancouver!
One of the most common questions children often hear is, What do you want to be when you grow up? A child who grew up in a family of doctors might say, “I want to be a doctor like my dad.” … Continue reading
How to Build Your Expertise with Public Speaking
When you have a professional meterologist on the roster, things heat up quickly. Heeeeerrrrree came….Giselle, capping a summer of weather like no other. A summer when Lytton, BC smashed the record for highest temperature in Canada ever — for three … Continue reading
Wednesday Recap: Public Speaking is Infectious!
Funny thing about public speaking: it’s infectious! In Toastmasters, sometimes a theme comes up and everyone seems to “catch it,” like a cold. And next thing you know everyone’s talking about it one way or another. Case in point: this … Continue reading
Toastmaster’s Event, Keynote by Peter Legge and Vancore Meeting Update
The month of February was declared Toastmaster Month by both the Province and City of Vancouver. District 21 celebrated with a Real Life Toastmasters Event at the VGH on February 25th, in the Paetzold Auditorium. With membership building always at … Continue reading