Not going in the Book

Less than 1% of all Toastmasters ever finish their DTM requirements, so there are a lot of misunderstood facts about the program. This post list the requirements, plus some of the myths and facts about the program. The Distinguished Toastmaster award is a difficult to attain and meaningful program for any Toastmaster to complete. It’s challenging, but if you have the time and the desire to serve and improve, you will increased your confidence, experience and skill.

Tomorrow I’m going to the SCORE workshop here in Wichita. It’s a session on starting and growing your own small business. In my case, a one person consulting, training and speaking business. Mostly, I want to be sure I’m familiar with whatever is unique about being a business in Kansas, and I hope to make some good
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One facet of my involvement in Toastmasters is that I periodically attend meetings as a member of our District 22 leadership team. Tomorrow, we’re having our District Executive Council (DEC) meeting in Kansas City. Missouri or Kansas you ask? Doesn’t matter, since it’s a three hour drive either way. I guess I should find out though,
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Have you ever come home from a day in the life, and realized your tank was pretty much empty? If I could pay $2.39 for a gallon of thought right now, I’d be all over it. I’m torn, though, between rambling on to see if you’ll stay with me, or admiting defeat and going to
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