"Move fast and break things. Unless you are breaking stuff, you are not moving fast enough." -Mark Zuckerberg
This evening we invite everyone to -figuratively- break things. Whether it is ice, a neck, the news, or whether you choose to break down mentorship advice for your fellow Toastmasters. We will even break with a convention and start with the Table Topics, before doing the prepared speeches.
Tip of the day
Word of the day
Table Topic Master
1st Table Topic Volunteer
2nd Table Topic Volunteer
3rd Table Topic Volunteer
4th Table Topic Volunteer
5th Table Topic Volunteer
Persuasive Influence 1. Icebreaker
Seeking my way
Deliver a speech on any topic as an introduction to the club using any style that appeals
Roger Hessel DL1
Dynamic Leadership 4. Connect with Storytelling
Why did I almost break my neck?
Present an established story, a story about the speaker's life, or a fictional tale of the speaker's own creation
Presentation Mastery 3. Introduction to Toastmasters Mentoring
Present a speech about a time when being a protege; share the impact and importance of having a mentor; avoid reporting on the content of this project
Competent Communication Manual 9. Persuade With Power
Persuade listeners to adopt viewpoint or ideas, or to take some action; Appeal to the audience’s interests; Use logic and emotion to support the position; Avoid using notes.