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Step Up and Step Out – Begin Your Leadership Journey
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Step Up and Step Out – Begin Your Leadership Journey

by Greg Pick In Toastmasters I have had many mentors who inspired, encouraged, and molded me into a leader.  The leadership skills I have developed are a testament to our Toastmasters tag line “Where Leaders Are Made.” I continue to serve in officer roles in my clubs.  Each time I serve in an officer role,...

Finishing the year STRONG and Satisfied
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Finishing the year STRONG and Satisfied

by Greg Pick Hi fellow members, It’s hard to believe we only have about 7 weeks until the end of the 2017-2018 Toastmasters year! Have you achieved the goals you established at the beginning of our year together? If you have, congratulations! If you’ve not reached them, there is still time! Perhaps take a goal...

Club Officer Training
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Club Officer Training

Were you recently elected as a Club officer? You can see the upcoming training dates and register for the first training date on our TLI page.

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Have You Elected Club Officers?

Do you know what time of the year it is? It is my favorite time of the year – a chance to develop new leaders. Clubs should have held their officer elections. Outgoing officers will need to enter the new officers into Club Central while they still have access. It’s your leadership journey; what is...

District 25 Awards Banquet
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District 25 Awards Banquet

Hi fellow travelers, It has been quite a Journey so far, but we are not finished, yet! Please make plans to attend our awards banquet on August 11th so we can celebrate one another’s successes together. At the ceremony we will be “Celebrating . . . Our Steps.” Registration will open in June. I look...

Pathways Pins
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Pathways Pins

VPEs, you can do something fun and reward the early birds from your clubs: give Pathways bling! Three Pathways Pins were given to each club VPE during the Pathway Guide presentations. These pins are designed to be given to the first three members in each club to log on to the Toastmasters International website and...

Greg Pick: My Service Journey
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Greg Pick: My Service Journey

It took me nine years to become an Area Director. By the time I made that decision, I understood the role of leadership – to serve others while accomplishing a mission. As individuals, we have many motivations for any endeavor we choose to do. One of my motivators is learning new things and becoming proficient...

Pathways Corner
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Pathways Corner

Common, relevant questions asked by members of their Pathways Guides! (Updated from the top) Following information posted 4/18/2018   Evaluations Q- For written speech evaluations, who should print the speech evaluation form? A – The speaker should print the respective speech evaluation form, bring it to the club meeting and give to their evaluator to...

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My Education Journey

My Education Journey Our Toastmasters journey is truly self-paced. My personal journey is an example. It took me 2½ years to complete my first 10 speeches and 5 years to earn my Old Competent Leader (now called Advanced Leader Bronze (ALB)). Another 8 years passed before I completed my Advanced Communicator Bronze (ACB). Once I...

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Pathways is Coming! Are You Ready?

District 25 Ambassador Visits to Start Hi, members of District 25. Change is coming! Change is coming! This past Sunday, September 10, 2017, our Chief Ambassador, Susan Gardner, provided the kickoff training to the assigned Ambassadors for thePathways Groups. The ambassadors for your clubs will be listed on our Pathways page soon and they will be...

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