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A Joint Effort Benefits Everyone
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A Joint Effort Benefits Everyone

by Ninfa Flewitt, DTM Program Quality Director Recently I was asked to present at the Burleson Midday Rotary Club meeting about Toastmasters.  Like us, our local Rotary Club is excited about the partnership with Toastmasters and Rotary International. Like any good Toastmaster, I brought a Toastmaster with me to do an evaluation, because we don’t...

“How to Uncover the Glory of Your Story”
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“How to Uncover the Glory of Your Story”

by Calvin Dorsey, DTM Speakers Bureau Chair Mark your calendar for October 10th at 10 am for “How to Uncover the Glory of Your Story” presented by Pres Vasilev, 2013 World Champion of Public Speaking. This one-hour Zoom presentation will teach you how to bring your stories to life and keep your audience engaged. You...

We Can Help You with Your Pathways Issues!
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We Can Help You with Your Pathways Issues!

by Greg Pick, DTM – Pathways Chairman The Pathways Learning Experience became the only game in town on July 1, 2020.  Whether you are new to Toastmasters or an experienced member who is finally engaging with Pathways, Pathways projects help us develop real-world, relevant skills.  The practical, flexible programs can help you in your career,...

SUMMIT IS COMING!
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SUMMIT IS COMING!

by Emily Murray, DTM Summit Chair Summit is coming, Summit is coming! Put it on your calendars now- save Nov 7th so you can spend the day with your friends learning and growing so you can take 2 Steps Forward. There are 3 parts to the day- We will kick the day off at 8:00...

Outstanding Member August 2020
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Outstanding Member August 2020

by Chris Raneri, DTM District Director Have you attended a TLI this summer?  If you have, you have probably seen this month’s Outstanding Member, Denise McConnell. Denise accepted the role of TLI chair figuring the district would have in-person training.  Afterall, virtual club officer training has never been done before.  Instead, Denise had to quickly...

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