Last Revised: December 27, 2002
At least one day prior to the meeting you prepare a very brief presentation which will help members to be better communicators or leaders. A presentation which includes one or two practical tips often works well. You may wish to obtain ideas from the monthly Toastmasters magazine or books on public speaking or leadership. You may wish to use notes, especially if you are new to public speaking.
The day of the meeting you arrive early. When recognized by the Toastmaster, you present your topic.
Note: You have ninety seconds maximum; watch the timing lights. If you take longer, you will eat into time reserved for Table Topics.