Discovery: Being in Toastmasters has given me the platform and community to discover abilities like coaching and creativity that had laid dormant, just waiting to be set free. My time in TM has helped me to evolve into a new more vibrant version of me.
Toastmasters gave me my first chance to lead adults, having been a middle-school teacher and sports coach. Leading adults is both challenging and rewarding. Challenging, because you need to think two to six months ahead. Rewarding, because you see people achieve great things after you’ve coached them.
I have built confidence from the many different opportunities to give presentations in front of diverse audiences, with different professions and experiences, and to learn by observing proficient speakers who have benefited from the Toastmasters training.
All posts must be completed by the January 15, 2020 deadline!
Final touch: Add a link where people can find out more about Toastmasters: your club, or D53 - https://toastmasters53.org/guest/
If you’re just not into social media... you can email your photo to Sara Nowlin, D53 Public Relations Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be entered into the drawing for the mugs.
When you post your #GiftsofToastmasters photo your name will be entered into a drawing to win a Toastmasters Mug.
AND the District Grand Prize will be awarded to the member who gets the most engagement (likes, shares, comments) on their post!