A Welcome Message from our Blog Chair, Eddie McMorrow

We all have our own ways to express ourselves and share our feelings, stories, and knowledge with others. Whether you like to communicate through writing, speaking, painting, or other mediums of communication our District 101 community wants to hear your voice. If you have Toastmasters-related content you would like to share with your fellow Toastmasters, please contact us at blog@d101tm.org.

Personal Growth

Unmute Yourself!

Unmute Yourself!

How often have you accidentally started talking in a meeting and forgotten to unmute yourself? And how often have you purposely decided to avoid speaking up, because you lacked the confidence to make your voice heard? That’s the idea behind our theme for the District 101 Spring Conference – Unmute Yourself!

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Topic: Table Topics

Topic: Table Topics

The ability to think on my feet, come up with a cogent response, and smoothly respond helps me on a daily basis. In business meetings, I’m seldom taken off guard when my boss asks for an ad hoc report on project progress.

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Member & Club Spotlight

Club Spotlight: Women in Product Toastmasters

Club Spotlight: Women in Product Toastmasters

Women product managers focus on “Empowering Every Woman’s Voice at the Table”. The club is an opportunity for women to develop product management skills, build and practice communication techniques and gain leadership experience.

Club Management

Pathways: Skeptic to Convert

Pathways: Skeptic to Convert

The educational curriculum of Toastmasters is the Pathways program. If you haven’t done so already, it’s past time to embrace the Pathways program.

BE A FEATURED BLOGGER

You can be a featured blogger! Did you know there is a popular assignment in most of the Pathways programs called ‘Write a Compelling Blog’? Share your Toastmaster experience and get credit at the same time. Submit your idea today!