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Be a D25 Club Coach

Club rebuilding is just as important as club building. District 25 is taking this opportunity to spotlight a key tool instrumental in club rebuilding! It is the club coach program.  Low-member clubs can be given a shot in the arm by having a coach (or two) who is passionate about bringing Toastmasters to more people....

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Preliminary Realignment Proposal

Each year the Alignment Committee develops a preliminary proposal that realigns clubs within District 25 boundaries to allow clubs and members to be more effectively served by the district leadership and area governors. Clubs are best served when an area governor is assigned between four to six clubs. To further facilitate service to the clubs...

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Club Coach: Guiding a Club to Success Brings Rewards

Ask people to reflect on who were their most influential mentors, and many will say that a coach in junior high, high school, or college had a strong influence on their  lives. Coaches motivate people to achieve their highest performance, to be dissatisfied with anything less than their very best. A great coach’s influence touches...

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Do You Take a Tablet to Toastmasters?

  No, not a pad of paper, but the electronic kind of tablet. From palm-size to wall-size, video screens have become our ubiquitous servants. From our doctor’s offices to our car dealer’s service bays they are providing instant services never thought of a mere five years ago. In 2014, is the pace of “instant” video communication about...

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Club Renewal Policy Change — Now It Takes Eight

A successful club attracts members and keeps them engaged. All of us want our clubs to be successful. How many members should a club have to be successful? After conducting a survey of members’ satisfaction and an analysis of the Distinguished Club Program, Toastmasters International has changed the minimum club membership level from 6 to...

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Taking the Sky Bridge to Jacobs Engineering

Lt. Governor Marketing Cindy Hinckley with Bill from Jacobs Engineering. On October 29th, a band of intrepid Toastmasters met in downtown Fort Worth at the Jacobs Engineering firm. Braving downtown traffic, parking garages, valet parking and sky bridges they arrived a little before noon. Introducing themselves around as the room filled with employees of thecompany,...

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My Day with the RA

Linda Williams Linda Williams, Region 3 Advisor, paid us a visit last month. A Region Advisor (RA) oversees several districts’ worth of Toastmasters clubs, providing support and advice to district officers mostly by phone, but also making one visit in person each year. Since these visits are so rare, it’s important to make the most...

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Opportunities Are Waiting!

I would like to introduce our newest Marketing Team member, Dan Chisum, who has accepted the position of Club Support Chair. He will be in charge of Club Coaches and Helping Hands. Read more about these roles here. Here is a list of opportunities for those ready to commit to giving back to others by serving as...

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Spreading the Word

Mariam Durrani is taking full advantage of winning our Region 3 Advisor Linda Williams’ personal Toastmasters cup at the Marketing workshop. She is talking up Toastmasters to her teammates and supervisor.The teammate Mariam carpools with took this picture after learning how Mariam won it. A supervisor commented on the “new addition” to her mug collection,...