"Assignment Executive Summary
Closing your presentation with a humourous story ensures the audience remembers you, lets you reaffirm your message, signals the audience that your speech is over, and lets you exit with flair. The story must reemphasize the main point of your speech. Remember, humour must be unexpected. A successful humorous story leads your audience … Continue Reading ››
The Assignment Executive Summary
Fact finding reports are used to present information your audience need to make a good decisions. Keep the report focussed, explain the sources of your information, present the facts clearly and quickly. Close with recommendations for action. Often these reports will be followed by a question-and-answer session, so anticipate possible questions and … Continue Reading ››
Successful Club Series "Evaluate to Motivate"
Prospective Club Toastmaster Malta 27th May 2014
Evaluate to motivate: Is one of the Toastmasters' educational leadership speeches from “The Successful Clubs Series” that I've developed to include my own experience with the models and methods used within Cranfield Speakers Toastmasters International club. Much of that material was organised by Distinguished Toastmasters … Continue Reading ››
"Death, taxes and childbirth! There's NEVER any convenient time for any of them." Those words of Margret Mitchell (1936 Gone with the wind) sums up a paradox for us all. Inevitability and un-readiness. On the 6th of January, the day of the three kings or if you will Christmas Day in the Gregorian Calendar may … Continue Reading ››
Not Capt. Jack Sparrow's compass, but mine!! Life is a daring adventure. This my place to push at boundaries!