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Free Webcast: Your Baby is Ugly! Toggle navigation Business 2 Community. Image: 7 Tips for Nonprofits by Dave Sutton. Sep 27, Sep 3, Aug 12, Aug 6, Jul 31, Jul 26, Jul 22, Jul 13, Jul 6, Jun 28, Ted looks at The Navigator - an important document for introducing members to the Pathways educational programme.
How to Dress at Toastmasters. Paul introduces the subject of how to dress at a Toastmaster meeting in different circumstances - and it is not as straightforward as you might think. Published at 4pm on Mondays Contact us : email: "info irishtalkers. Tips on Changing the Way you Feel. Introduction: Word of the week: Metanoia Quote of the week: Robert Brault - "Enjoy the little things for one day you may look back and find they were the big things".
Visiting other clubs - or joining another club? Have you ever visited a club other than your own? Moira introduces the topic for a lively discussion. Sounds in Speeches. Intro: "The well balanced, intelligent speaker Introvert or extrovert? Moira introduces the subject of personality profiles and why you need to know what your profile is as well as your audience. How much fun is your club? Note: you may have to log in first.
Intro: "Little strokes, fell great oaks" and "Perspicuous". Part 4: Getting started in Pathways.
Moira talks about how you can get started in Pathways if you need that little push to get you going. Part 3: Focus on Your Audience. Prompted by this article in the January edition of the Toastmaster magazine, Paul talks about how you can focus on your audience. Part 2: Interview with Aaron Leung. Contact us : email: "info irishtalkers. Intro: "Live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive" and Expiate.
How to hook your audience. Moira introduces the subject of how to hook your audience in the first 60 seconds. Quality clubs. Following the visit of Dan Rex to Dublin and a workshop he gave, Paul introduces the subject of what is a quality club. Donovan Livingston's graduation speech. Donovan Livingston's graduation speech to Harvard class of , followed by a discussion on the speech. Intro - Pablo Picasso "Action is Props and how to use them. Visitor to Toastmaster Meetings.
Paul introduces the subject of visitors to Toastmaster Meetings -who can come, what is their experience, how does the club treat them etc. Interview with Eddie O'Mahony. Impromptu Speaking Techniques. Moira discusses various techniques for giving impromptu speeches.
Online Meetings. Paul brings up the subject of attendance at online meetings and the things that one has to think of to make the experience good for both you and the other attendees. Booty and Mark Twain on preparing for good impromptu speech.
Thought for the Week: Mark Twain - "It usually takes me three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech". What if you invented Toastmasters today? Paul introduces a speculation as to what you would do if Toastmasters didn't exist today and you invented it Word of the Week - Ideation Thought for the Week - " May you never forget what is worth remembering, nor ever remember what is best forgotten" an Irish blessing.
https://cripaknuresmiss.ml A Toastmasters Club in Prison? Paul introduces the rather unusual subject of whether there are any Toastmasters clubs in prisons and should there be clubs in Irish prisons. Terri Trespico: Stop searching for your passion. How can we can connect emotionally online. Paul O'Mahony muses about how can we can connect emotionally online. Word of the Week: Plaudit Quote of the week from Alfred North Whitehead: "No one who achieves success does so without the help of others. Toastmasters worldwide.
You hear how Toastmasters is represented worldwide. This episode is prompted by a report in the October edition of Toastmaster Magazine. Plenty of statistics in this episode. You hear Celeste Headlee present "10 ways to have a better conversation" - a TED Talk 1 Don't multitask - be present - in that moment 2 Don't pontificate - assume you have something to learn 3 Use open-ended questions - who, why, what, how Brouhaha and If we have the attitude Thought for the week: Catherine Pulsifier - "If we have the attitude, 'it's going to be a great day', it usually is".
Moira O'Brien introduces the Projects. The Toastmaster Magazine. Word of the Week: Lynchpin. Thought for the week: James Humes - "The art of communication is the language of leadership". The Golden Gavel Award in a local club. Paul talks about the Golden Gavel in Blarney Toastmasters. Pat Johnson, past president of Toastmasters International.
The Pathways Mentor Program. Moira introduces the Pathways Mentor Program and discusses the four projects that it includes. Your Pathways Icebreaker. Paul introduces the subject of the Pathways Icebreaker and what we might include in it. Keith Ferrazzi - "What holds us back from success in the workplace. Ted introduces Keith Ferrazzi, the recipient of the Golden Gavel award from Toastmasters International for , with "What holds us back from success in the workplace.
Ted Mellamphy introduces a quotation from that famous author "Unknown" - "It is not happy people who are thankful. Evaluating the World Champion. Paul and Moira talk about a special meeting held by Par Excellence Toastmasters where the five speeches all came from the finals of the World Championship of Public Speaking and members evaluated each of the five speeches including the winning speech. Achieving Distinguished Toastmaster. Paul and Moira talk about the quote for the week - "Your best teacher is your last mistake" from Ralph Nader - and the word of the week "Smarmy".
Toastmasters International Member Support. She is only the fifth woman to win the championship and only the second African-American to win. In addition, second and third places were also won by women - a first in the 80 odd years of the contest. Thought for the week: Anon: "Gratitude turns what we have into enough" Word of the Week: Surrepticious.
Effective Evaluations. Ted discusses how to evlauate effectively. How to Delegate and be a Better Leader. Paul takes a look at delegation and becoming an excellent leader. Thought for the week: Marcus Tulius Cicero: "Gratitude is not only the greatest virtue, but the parents of all others.
The crew talk about the Toastmasters International Convention. Interview with Lorraine Taylor. Lorraine answers these questions: 1.
What brought you to Toastmasters? What's been the greatest benefit of Toastmasters for you? What's been your biggest Toastmasters challenge? How did you find the online club "Firebirds Collective"? What keeps you coming back to Toastmasters? Interview with Distinguished Toastmaster. Programme 42 Introduction. Word of the Week: Virile. Thought for the week: Steve Jobs - "Be a yardstick for quality - some people aren't used to ab environment where excellence is expected.
How to make a speech humorous. Tips by Charlie Houpert. Introduction from Episode Quote for the week from Henry Ford - "Don't find fault, find a remedy". Word of the week - Discombobulate.
Bad Language - words not to use in public. Protocols and Governing Documents relevant to Toastmasters. Huge topic introduced by 'persuasive' Paul O'Mahony. Is this the most boring subject ever discussed on the show? Paul highlights key points from the Articles. Do we like the new District Newsletter? Moira gives her view.
Ralph C Smedley is mentioned. Thought for the week: "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect" Mark Twain. Introduced by Moira O'Brien. Sell your book - with the help of Toastmasters. She tells how Toastmasters helped her.
The book is the story of a Polish swimmer who survived Auschwitz. This was recorded after her keynote speech to The Firebirds Collective in May Thought for the week: "He who wants to persuade should put his trust not in the right argument but in the right word. The power of sound has always been greater than the power of sense.
These two projects are very similar - Moira compares them and discusses the implications of doing both projects.