Sunday, breakfast, writing

Sunday is a Good Day for Writing Monday Speeches

Why is Sunday is a good day for writing Monday speeches?

Sunday for many is a day of awakening the spirit and musing about the week in retrospect. Writing ideas down can be a great way to realize the potential speech topics they hold.

For example. This past weekend began with a Friday night adventure on the 5 Freeway in Santa Clarita. Driving two people to the airport at 9:00 PM should have been an easy ride. Flight was at midnight.

Five minutes into the ride the freeway shut down in front of us and nobody moved for an hour…

Now can you see how recalling this story can make for a few different stories to develop a speech or two? Maybe even a Tall Tale for a contest.

Reach into your week and note the events. Develop some speeches and be ready to speak when asked. You are the source of your own experience and will tell the story best. Have fun this Sunday.


You Can Have Your Own Toastmasters Club

Opportunities for a Personalized Toastmasters Club are available

You can Start your own Toastmasters Club

Santa Clarita Valley Toastmasters has clubs for many times of the day/week. But if these do not suit you or you have a group that you want to have specific, targeted club goals or achievements, you can have your own Toastmasters club. Your interests or business can benefit from the skills taught in a Toastmasters specialty club.


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If you are a member of a specific group:

  • Rotary
  • Kiwanis
  • Elks
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • PTA
  • Social Club
  • Medical Community
  • Dental Community
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small business networking
  • Sales men/women
  • Hairdressers
  • Makeup Artists
  • Comedians
  • Filmmakers
  • Scriptwriters
  • Advocacy Groups
  • Political Campaigners
  • Women Business Owners

If you have a group that has one central interest

  • Golfing
  • Sports
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Beauty
  • Knitting
  • Writing / Blogging
  • Selling
  • Jewelry
  • Cooking

Clubs have formed from groups where all the members are interested in the same type of thing. These clubs enhance the members communication skills and leadership skills through speaking on subjects they already find interesting.

Look at this quote pulled from Toastmasters International:



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