A Welcome Message from our Blog Chair, Henry O. Miller DTM/PDG
Our varied backgrounds, philosophies, stories, and knowledge make us all unique. However, our mission is the same: Building a better world through better communication and leadership. Here is your opportunity to lend us your voice. Tap into the power of Blogging. Our District 101 community wants to hear from you, so send us your Toastmasters-related content to share with your fellow Toastmasters: emails content to: email@example.com.
Renewals have become a time of reflection for me to set new goals. Granted, goals are perhaps the most abused word in the modern world, but to me, goals have a different meaning. Your goal is a compass – the systems and processes help you to achieve your goals.
The reaction to these online tools and workflows has been amazing. Trello makes it fun and easy for club members to participate in Toastmasters meetings while building skills in new web-based collaboration tools.
What You Can Expect This Year: This year’s Fall Fusion is once again virtual and creates broader access to District 101 members. It is free to all who register, and we had over 200 participants last year. Our featured contests will be Humorous and Table Topics. In addition, special sessions will include The Solution Room, where you can learn and contribute with other members in facilitator-led, topic-specific rooms.
District 101 will feature you, our 101% Toastmaster, in podcasts to share their creativity and brilliance in starting a club.
Member & Club Spotlight
Ms. Mayuko Sato, the winner of the Spring 2020 Toastmasters International Japanese Speech Contest, was featured as the guest lecturer of the workshop that was titled, “A Recipe for an Impressive Speech.”
In less than two years in Toastmasters, Abhijeet Joshi has already won the District 101 Club Officer of the Year 2019-2020 award, become an Area Director … Oh yes, and he also has a full-time job as a materials engineer in Nvidia, specializing in batteries.
Our Club Spotlight blog series highlights District 101 clubs that are high achieving, unique or just plain fun. To...
Today, clubs have the opportunity to expand their reach to new members, organize and promote meetings and connect members through the use of social media.
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.
As a relatively new Toastmaster member, I wondered what options members have to pay their membership dues, given the...
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!