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Here is a website in another district that must have put a lot of time together to provide these overviews of each Pathway path >>

Here’s a good video I found that shows how to go through the Basecamp system to sign-off that you’ve completed one objective in the Toastmasters Pathways program so that you can advance to the next project.

Notable points from the video:

  • Click “More” instead of the right arrow to get more information.
  • When the “More” tab is grey, and you cannot click it anymore, that’s when to use the right arrow to go to the next section.
  • During the quiz, you have to choose what Toastmasters has identified as the correct answer, which might not always be what you know… Read Full Post »

Why Every Business Owner Should Join Toastmasters

Business Owners Make Money by Joining Toastmasters

If you own your own business, I personally feel like it should be law that you MUST join a Toastmasters club and participate as an active and involved member for at least one year. I believe firmly that if such a requirement was made, there would be far fewer businesses going out of business within their first three years.

Why am I so firm in this belief?

The answer is in three parts:

  1. I’ve Experienced the Results of Toastmasters for Myself and How Much Money My Business Has Made Since Joining.
  2. I’ve Seen… Read Full Post »

Denver Colorado big business building

According to a 2015 press release by Toastmasters International, nearly 1/3 of all Fortune 500 companies provided an active Toastmasters club meeting inside their place of business.

Coca-Cola, Apple, AT&T, Bank of America, Exxon Mobil, Google, Microsoft and The Walt Disney Company were all cited in their document. I happen to know that Wells-Fargo, U.S. Bank, Comcast and Boeing have at least at one time hosted Toastmasters clubs as well.

Clearly, if you are employed with a big company, there is a good chance an internal Toastmasters club meets in your building or at least somewhere nearby at another location… Read Full Post »

Gopi Kallayil speaking

If the corporate headquarters of Google was to suggest you do something, would you?

Gopi Kallayil is Google’s Chief Evangelist for Brand Marketing. In the April 2017 edition of The Toastmaster magazine, he was described as an active Toastmasters member for more than 20 years. The article also describes his reason for joining, “to become a more confident, articulate and persuasive communicator.”

Google sponsors nine clubs around the world. One is at its corporate headquarters. The article presented that so many Google employees are called on for presentations, that there is a high emphasis on communication training. Toastmasters is one… Read Full Post »