In July, I accepted the role of Toastmasters C3 Area Director within District 17. One of my clubs is a little remote though. It's in Karratha - 1,500 kilometres North of Perth, where I live.
Toastmasters can be a very enriching experience, and it's nice to be able to give back. Today's blog is my story of giving back, by agreeing to visit Karratha Toastmasters Club. Check this out now!
We all like to hear a great story, but are you utilising stories in your speeches to ensure the audience understand your message quickly and efficiently?
Today I'm going to be looking at three books that make the most of this concept of telling a story to make a point. Check these out in today's blog!
Do you want to be heard, when you give a speech but conclude that no one is listening? Is it because you haven't yet worked out how to project your voice in a way that commands attention?
Today I'm going to be looking at three techniques that you can use to ensure your audience hears you. Check these out in today's blog!
Most Toastmasters members will be given the same body language recommendations, but are these always appropriate and why do so many of the professional speakers break them?
I'll look a highly successful professional speaker who doesn't always follow the tried and tested rules of body language when giving a speech. Why is he able to do this? Read today's blog and find out!
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