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Let’s keep connected: a message from Deepak Menon
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Let’s keep connected: a message from Deepak Menon

The following is email sent to Toastmasters members  from President Deepak Menon due to COVID-19   March 24, 2020 My dear fellow Toastmasters and friends, The pandemic caused by the coronavirus is now affecting all aspects of our personal and professional lives with so many activities on hold. For us, as Toastmasters, this is unsettling...

All Work?
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All Work?

By Ninfa Flewitt, DTM, Division A Director We’ve heard the saying, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” At D25, it seems like your District Leaders are all work. Believe me that we do work… a lot! We work to make the District stronger for you! With Contest Season in full swing,...

Where Will Pathways Take You?
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Where Will Pathways Take You?

By Steven Timmons, DTM The real question to start with is, “Where Do You Want to Go?”. You see, it is always about having a goal and then creating a plan to get you there. Pathways is simply a tool and it is partly up to you (as with every tool) to figure out how...

Pathways Mentoring Program
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Pathways Mentoring Program

By Diana Wilson, SR4   Mentoring has always been a vital part of education in Toastmasters. Each club approaches mentoring in a different way. There are the casual mentors that take new members under their wing and help them learn the ins and outs of club membership. This kind of mentor is an integral part...

Corporate Membership Sponsorship
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Corporate Membership Sponsorship

By Alberto Pineda, TC2 I’m member of an open club, the “World Renowned Grand Prairie Toastmasters.” We are bold, we are proud, we are “World Renowned.” As an open club we don’t have a company sponsor that helps with the cost of an individual membership. What many people don’t realize is, just because your company...

My Journey as a Coach for Amon Carter Orators
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My Journey as a Coach for Amon Carter Orators

By Celeste Castro, DTM When I became a contest chair for Area 65 Division F in 2012-2013, I meet with Amon Carter Orators. Then I became Area Governor (which is now called Area Director) in 2014-2015, I started going to the club as a Helping Hand. It was a long journey to make them understand...