Are you Missing Out?

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WOW. Ok, that was our word of the day. But it is so apt. Hull Speakers, probably the most relaxed and welcoming public speaking group, held its second online meeting. And what a success. Should you be part of it? Worldwide, Toastmasters meetings are increasingly held online for the immediate future. You may wish to […]

Sireesha talking at Hull Speakers

Lucky Dip: What Did We Choose?

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August 28th was a fantastic meeting and Alison was the Toastmaster. The Toastmaster has to facilitate the whole meeting and keep both to time and agenda; Alison excelled at both.   She also added her cheery mood to the event by getting everyone involved. Visitors are often a little nervous to just stand up and […]

Clare Crowther Presenting

Technology in Our Lives: Good or Bad?

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Meeting Review for 14/08/18 by Murali Today’s meeting was led by our Toastmaster for the evening, Murali.   Three Speakers We had three speakers tonight: Oliver delivered his final speech at Hull Speakers, a thought provoking view of how social media has changed our lives in positive ways and in negative ways. Steve challenged us […]

Double Winners: Alison and Lincoln.

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July 24th 2018 | Hull Speakers Andrew was the Toastmaster for the evening and what an evening we had! Best Speaker We had a fascinating and insightful evening with two speeches drawing from the personal experiences of the speakers, Alison and Lincoln. Both were excellent and kept the audience captivated and the audience vote provided […]

Michael Clarke DTM at Hull Speakers

High Achievers: Michael J Clarke’s DTM Journey

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Within Toastmasters, the highest level you can reach is Distinguished Toastmaster: DTM. One of our members, Michael, has been a DTM for several years. How did he achieve it? Here’s his story. ___________________________ How I became a Distinguished Toastmaster    Michael J Clarke DTM I was a founder of Leeds City Toastmasters in Spring 2002. […]