This message originally appeared in the December 2019 edition of District 102 newsletter. When I was a new Toastmaster, I didn’t want to have anything to do with the leadership track of the Toastmasters program. All I wanted was to complete my speeches and then “close book”. Somehow, today I’m still here. The transition from
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This message originally appeared in the November 2019 edition of District 102 newsletter. In Toastmasters, we serve with the principle of the four core values, Integrity, Respect, Service and Excellence (IRSE). Our Senior District Officers, District Officers, Club Officers as well as our members, who embarked on this lifelong learning journey have demonstrated great achievements.
This message originally appeared in the October 2019 edition of District 102 newsletter. As the District Administration team was preparing the District Directory, I wondered about all the names I’m typing into the database. It made me think, “All these volunteers are stepping up to serve their club. Why in the world are they doing
This message originally appeared in the September 2019 edition of District 102 newsletter. I remember during the District Leader Training in Denver, every District was asked to come up with the Vision and Mission statements. I reflected upon my purpose of coming in to serve our members, about the People, their Potential and Progress. Putting
Ricky Soo is currently serving as the District 102 Public Relations Manager for the term 2019-2020. PR team member Jerry Wong, ACB, ALB conducted a short interview session with him. What made him join Toastmasters? How does Toastmasters shape one’s personality and attitude? Why Public Relations managing skills are so important nowadays? Watch full video