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Welcome Fellow East End Orators, Visitors, and Prospective Members to the East End Orators Club Easy-Speak Website!

Although the emergency telework agreement has ended, we have yet to resume our weekly meetings at the 1616 East End Complex 4th Floor Kings Round Room location. We will continue to host our Tuesday lunch time meetings using the Zoom online platform. 

All are welcome to participate in our virtual meetings that occur every Tuesday at 12:05. 

Come and see what opportunities our club meetings have in store for you! In our club meetings you will learn how to skillfully lead others, how to network with others, how to navigate a live web environment, and how to speak with ease and confidence. 

Guests are free to speak in our club meetings when they feel comfortable doing so during the impromptu portion of the meeting.

We realize growth takes time so we created a safe, nurturing environment where you can find your voice and develop skills that not only help when giving presentations but enhance your personal and professional life as well.  So make plans to attend next Tuesday! We look forward to seeing you there!

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Do you want to learn about Toastmasters International?

Do you want to improve your conversation or interview skills?

Do you want to meet others who can mentor you as you build your communication skills?  

Are you looking for an opportunity to meet others?

We meet every Tuesday using Zoom from  12:05 p.m. - 1 p.m. 

Contact us and Call in with Zoom this Tuesday and any Tuesday.  

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Stories make the best speeches for beginners and experienced speakers. Try this method for preparing your speeches. Base it on a story from your own experience, preferably a recent experience.

The speech will be in three parts:

1. Start with a simple statement of the point, meaning or significance of your speech.

2. Tell a story which illustrates the statement, point, meaning etc

3. End by restating the point or meaning.

In your preparation, there are two important parts.

First, select the incident or event.
Second, work out the significance for it. The second part, deciding on the point or the significance, is what makes it a speech in terms of public speaking. It will probably be the hardest part of your preparation.

Use the methods employed by good storytellers.
Set the scene – describe places, facial expressions and physical movements.
Use pauses to heighten the interest, particularly before the conclusion, the final part of the story. Include conversation and report direct speech – the actual words spoken.

Look around at the audience – make them feel you are telling it to them. Relax and speak at a steady pace.

Visit a Toastmasters meeting!  Toastmasters clubs meet in the morning, during lunchtime or in the evening in communities and corporations all over the world.


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