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Feedback is how we find out blind spots

Lesser known by outsiders, as ToastMasters we learn the power of giving and recieving feedback.  I don't know about you guys, but this is one of the only place I get consistanly real and actionable feedback.  I though you all might like to see my general evluation of today's ToastMasters@MIT meeting:

Evaluation of ToastMasters@MIT – Toastmasters@MIT (wordpress.com)

Posted: Toastmasters@MIT, 18 Mar 23, 01:07 by LizG2    Comments:

How to tell a powerful story

The tech sector often overlooks the power of using personal stories to build culture and clarify brands. The ability to tell a moving story can impact a leader's ability to get team members to answer a call to action. Using a pro tips like vocal variety will drastically increase your ability to use a story to deliver inspiring messages.

Check out this article on my top three pieces of advice to tell a great story:


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Posted: Toastmasters@MIT, 12 Mar 23, 17:00 by LizG2    Comments:

How to effectively introduce yourself

Introduction is an art form and as Toastmasters, we have many opportunities through our Toastmaster journey to introduce ourself and reintroduce ourself with each new path. As we work on perfecting our messaging, timing, and connection with the audience, its really amazing to see how a personal introduction changes over time. My good friend and fellow Toastmaster, said a really good speech is like clay being molded.

Check out my blog on some tips to effectively introduce yourself



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Posted: Toastmasters@MIT, 23 Feb 23, 03:07 by LizG2    Comments:

Descriptive language speech example
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Posted: Toastmasters@MIT, 20 Feb 23, 15:21 by LizG2    Comments: 0
Today's prepared speech on leadership styles
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Posted: Toastmasters@MIT, 17 Feb 23, 15:23 by LizG2    Comments: 0
What to expect at your first Toastmasters@MIT meeting
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Posted: Toastmasters@MIT, 11 Feb 23, 13:36 by LizG2    Comments: 0

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