Yearly Archives: 2009

Pay It Forward

“I have gained so much from Toastmasters and serving as the Division A Governor is my continued effort in PAYING IT FORWARD, to touch more lives through the Toastmasters movement”

Toastmasters is not merely a place to learn public speaking but it is really a platform to better one’s lifeskills.
I personally had overcome two difficult periods, 1997/1998 and 2002/2003, by simply applying what I learnt from Toastmasters.

My faith in the Toastmasters movement grows stronger and stronger over the years, crisis after crisis. My firm conviction is that Toastmasters’ programmes train members beyond public speaking.

Over the years, I had seen many taking a simplistic view of Toastmasters; they unknowingly set simple presentation goals.
Upon achieving these goals, be it attainment of Competent Communicator or completion of Speechcraft, these members dropped out prematurely.

My sole motivation in running for the Office of the Division A Governorship is to share my story and assist more people to reach out to a higher Toastmasters plane.

More can then gain the additional benefits of being Toastmasters and lead higher performance lifestyles.

Will I have the opportunity to serve you and PAY IT FORWARD?

With your support, I will!

Yeo Chai Tun

YEO CHAI TUN, DTM PMP

MSc BSc(Hons)(EEE) CDipAF DipMMgt
Charter Member, Toa Payoh Central CC Toastmasters Club
Assistant Division D Governor(Education & Training) I 2006-2007
Area D3 Governor 2005-2006
Club President 2003-2004
Club Vice President (Education) 2001-2002
Club Vice President (Public Relations) 2000-2001
District 80 Evaluation Contest 2nd Runner-up 2007

Speechcraft Feb 2009

This blog was setup in September last year.
http://publicspeaking.nsk.sg/2008/09/tpctmc/
5 months later indexing of the original web for the club is slowly showing up in Google.

The response to our Speechcraft Feb 09 is really overwhelming.
Going by the rate of the enquiries, we would either have to split the courses into 2 classes, or to put some participants to the next speechcraft.

As the web has been re-indexed into Google, should this blog still continued to exist?

Come back for the next post, I reveal by then…