Category Archives: tpctmc

Site Discontinued

Due to a lack of response from club officers and trainers on club visiting and speechcrafts matters , this site has to be discontinued. All comments have been closed and contact forms removed.
Also, most of the images with the posts were lost, and the theme designed specially for this site broke after a host migration.

To visit a Toastmasters Club, I recommend only Toa Payoh Centra CC Toastmasters Club.
Click to visit tpctmc.org (website) or fb.com/tpctmc(FaceBook).

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10 July 2018

Using Language Effectively In Public Speaking

“Many people believed that the real obstacle to success in public speaking is fear. We are afraid to speak to a group of people in public. So we join a Toastmasters club. After conquering the fear, we make another surprising discovery‚Ķ”

The real fear may not be the delivery of a speech, but the mastery of the language and the oratory skill required in a speech. How can we learn to speak eloquently?

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Fear of Public Speaking

So, is Public Speaking Your #1 Fear?

Well, you’re not the only one:

According to most studies,
people’s Number One Fear is Public Speaking.
Number Two Fear is death. Death is Number Two!!!
Now, this means, to the average person, if you have to go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.

– Jerry Seinfeld –

And the good news, there’s a club that provides:

  • A step-by-step Educational Program to ensure your public speaking success
  • A meeting room for you to do your public speaking practice
  • A supportive audience
  • A mentor to help your public speaking progress
  • A Speech Evaluator to provide you with positive feedback after EACH delivery

Fear of Public Speaking?
Come to Toa Payoh Central CC Toastmasters Club

Why Toa Payoh Central TMC?

Why Learn Public Speaking at Toa Poyoh Central CC Toamasters Club?

These are the Top Ten Reasons why you must consider this club:

  1. Past Presidents who remain as members as of today
  2. Top Performing Club of Singapore Yearly
  3. Leaders of the club
  4. Mentoring
  5. The Vibration
  6. Speech Contests Champions
  7. For the Food,for the Fun for the Fellowship
  8. The Unique Culture
  9. The Members
  10. The Webs Connection

TPCTMC

This blog is an extention of a website known as tpctmc.org, otherwise known as Toa Payoh Central Toastmasters Club of Singapore.

A 1st posting was originally published here. Then moved to tpctmc.wordpress.com, then back here again.

Over at WordPress.com, I took almost 3 hours to go through every template, found the one I felt most suitable to fit in the heading only to discover that color of the link and rest of the font were of the same color.

Logged in the admin area have all the links underlined.
Now it looks like a link but what happened if I should switch to another theme again?

The lack of control is heating things up a little.
If only I could make a change at the CSS area … well, that’s something for a paid member.

So I’m back here again.

Soon this site will replace those lost search position of TPCTMC

Annual Gathering Dec 2007

I was busy tweaking this new WordPress theme I didn’t have the time to blog about this annual event.

Read about it at Chai Tun’s blog:

http://80aread3.blogspot.com/2007/12/tpccc-year-end-gathering-on-29-dec-at.html

I did a trackback but I doubt it would be successful at blogspot.

By the time you read this, the new theme should be up.

The rest of the photos could be viewed at Yiang Ping’s Album collection at Picasaweb:

http://picasaweb.google.com/tayyping/TPCCCTMCYearEndParty

Lilian Lau, DTM 195x – 2005

I have just received a SMS message from Yiang Ping regarding the passing away of our Past District Governor DTM Lilian Lau.

I feel so depressed whenever I hear news like this.

Much more so Lilian was our club sponsor …

……

Farewell Lilian ……

A Caring Family

Hi, especially to Suzanne & Kris,
Thank you for showing care and concern; I really felt the warmth as a family, not just a club. We are not just TMC; we are in fact an extraordinary Toastmaster Family who love and care for each other.