Monthly Archives: March 2014

Vacation, Family or Dream – Toastmasters Meeting 3/26/14

Aloha DBA Toastmasters, At this past week’s meeting, Toastmaster Eric Taramasco asked us to share our dream or family vacation. Sometimes he said, family vacations are not dream vacations—they can be stressful. For the past 15 years, he and his family have gone to … Continue reading

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The Best Sports in the World: Toastmaster Meeting, March 19, 2014

Charles Churchill was our toastmaster last week, and he invited us to share our thoughts on the best sports in the world. It was standing room only for this sports themed meeting, complete with three prepared speeches: Rebecca Weatherford, Gaylord … Continue reading

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New Post: Actions are Words Not Spoken – Toastmasters Meeting March 12, 2014

Robert Wells, a new but distinguished ToastMaster from Portland, Oregon, led our meeting last week, with a thought-provoking theme to remind us of the importance of our non verbal cues in addition to our voice.   As ToastMasters we all appreciate … Continue reading

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Women’s Bags and Men’s Wallets: Toastmasters Meeting March 5, 2014

Brian Takahashi was Toastmaster for last week’s meeting.  The theme was about what a woman’s bag or a man’s wallet says about the person. Brian shared with us a few things about his favorite wallet and invited us to share … Continue reading

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What’s Your Driving Force in Life? – Toastmasters Meeting 2/26/14

Aloha DBA Toastmasters, First-time Toastmaster Shere’e Young conducted last week’s meeting with a light yet efficient touch, despite a full agenda of three speakers. (We even ended the meeting on time!) Shere’e asked us to share what was our driving force … Continue reading

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