Category Archive: P02: Organize Your Speech

May 03

Future of Talking

Joshi P2

Speaker: Shrijan Joshi   Good Evening Mr Toastmaster, fellow Toastmasters, and most distinguished guests, The title of my speech today is: Future of Talking   Do you sometimes imagine a future 50 years from now? I wonder what it would be like? Will there be flying cars? Will it be like Star Trek where we …

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May 01

The Counter State of Embarrassment

Joseph P2

Speaker: Joseph Ch’ng   I was at the Star Vista mall the other day, and I was looking for the toilet. Being in a rushy state, and rather desperate as well… I almost walked into the ladies’ toilet.   And I was “caught”… because a lady was coming out of the toilet… Luckily she didn’t scream… but …

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Apr 28

Rule #5: Harden the F Up

Sandip P2

Speaker: Sandip   Good evening toastmaster of the evening, fellow toastmasters, guests, ladies and gentlemen. I am Sandip and today, I’ll be embarking on my second project with a speech titled Rule #5: Harden the F Up! For those of us who know how to ride a bicycle, I think you would agree with me …

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Apr 26

Lessons from my Braces

PG P2

Speaker: Pei Geok   Good evening distinguished guests and fellow toastmasters. Today I will be sharing some valuable lessons with you which I learned from this dental treatment, braces, which can be applicable to both personal and professional relationships and lives. I started wearing braces in Apr 2013 and as you can see and I …

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May 30

Is Getting Old Scary

Speaker: NW   Ladies and gentlemen tonight the topic I will talk about is worse than an audit from the tax man, scarier then a slow painful death and more mind-numbing then realizing that your smartphone battery is about to die at the start of a 40 minutes MRT ride. What is this ghastly topic …

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Feb 15

NLP To Success

Speaker: Eric Ko Definition Neurology– the science of how the brain processes information. Neurons are non-other than brain cells. In an average, a human would have 96 billion neurons Neuro – can be eaten? Linguistics– the words, images and patterns that feed into our brain. What do you say to yourself every morning as you …

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Dec 01

A Story Behind Calcium

Speaker: Phoebe Yaw   Do you know that calcium is importance not only to kids and elderly but also all of us here especially those who are still under 30 years old. This is because calcium continues strengthening our bones until we reach the age of 30 years. After that age, the element helps bone …

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