Become a Paid Speaker and Toastmasters Accredited Speakers

Part 2 of our conversation with Sheryl Roush, DTM, and AC (what’s AC?) On the Sunday Brunch programming for the District 10 2016 Spring Conference on becoming a paid public speaker. Sparkle and Market Like a Pro™  Sunday Brunch District 10 and Sheryl are adding a new feature to this …

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Introduce Millennials to Toastmasters – Sheryl Roush

Sheryl Roush on Millennials

Just when I think I know everything about Toastmasters, someone comes along and proves me wrong. Today, we have Sheryl Roush, DTM, PDG and Toastmasters Accredited Speaker.  She’s the keynote speaker at District 10’s Spring Conference.  We’re excited to have her, but I think she’s more excited to come to …

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Conference Comradery

 Conference Comradery with Jenilee Taylor Today On the Table, we’re talking with Jenilee Taylor, District 10’s lt. governor education and training.   Toastmasters districts around the world offer conferences for their members. Today we’re chatting with Jenilee about why Toastmasters should attend. Kim Krajci:  Jenilee, do you go to conferences other …

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Episode 3: Reciprocity – A Key to Leadership

Intro A confession: This was recorded in July, not September, so when I say Grabenhorst in this recording, think Taylor.  Yes, our Jenilee got married to Todd Taylor, our Area 14 Governor. Congratulations to our newly-wed District 10 officers and from everyone here – may you have many happy years …

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7 Reasons to Be a Conference Education Session Speaker

Let’s play tic tac toe.  Toastmasters tic tac toe. This game is played twice a year by whoever is in charge of the educational sessions at the district conference. Toastmasters International suggests that there are three topics that ought to be covered at every conference:  leadership, communications and Toastmasters. When …

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