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David A.



Member since:

June 2, 2014

Do you worry about making presentations in front of other people?

Not as much, but it's because of the Toastmasters movement ( practise, the art of public speaking , impromptu speeches and constant feedback). You can only improve in such a lush environment.

Would you be nervous about delivering a speech at an occasion such as a wedding, in front of family and friends?

Nah, none of my friends are worth marrying! Women are wise to stay away and have ( rightly so) sought better available options.

Would it be good for your career if you could instantly and easily deliver a great presentation to your boss, clients and guests?

You can never stop learning and Toastmaster has been a big help in that respect. Understanding how an audience receives a message and how it's delivered are two different things.


I'm a member of London Athenians and have great memories of HOD Speakers Club, it's the first club that' gave me the honour of being a guest speaker. Great warm atmosphere, with equally warm and friendly people.

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