Learn Public Speaking - New York City near Grand Central Station - Toastmasters

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Every week on Wednesday until July 16, 2019

Mountbatten Institute 20th Floor

50 E 42nd street · New York, NY

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Mountbatten Institute 20th Floor 50 E 42nd street, New York, NY 10017

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Success breeds success. There is nothing like achieving a goal to make you feel good and want to achieve more. Small action steps completed regularly will take you closer to where you want to be. Will Rogers said it best: "You may be on the right track but you will get run over if you just sit there!"


Toastmasters has helped over 4 million members in 116 countries improve their speaking and leadership skills.

Toastmasters has helped us and it can help you too. Why not attend a meeting and see for yourself?

What's the biggest benefit you may receive from Toastmasters?


The ability to speak with confidence before a large audience

The ability to overcome nervous butterflies and focus on the goal of my presentation

I've learned how to conduct an effective business meeting

More confidence to speak in public, even in impromptu situations

More comfortable speaking in front of a group

Being able to more effectively share the things I've learned with others

Greater self-confidence because of Toastmasters' encouraging feedback

The opportunity to meet new people in a fun and friendly atmosphere

More confidence and a greater ability to think on my feet

A feeling of accomplishment by helping others

I have gained self-confidence and improved my performance at work

I'm a much better listener -- more attentive, patient and less judgmental

The ability (and confidence) to combine words with appropriate gestures for a better speech

A greater belief in yourself and your capabilities.

The ability to speak in front of a group of people with confidence, conviction and certainty

Knowing that there are people out there that started out just like you and now they are good speakers. You can do this!

Realising that it is not all that scary to stand in front of a group of people and talk

Gain experience in an area of my life I always thought to be non-existent -- public speaking. If I can do it, anyone can

A noticeable improvement, week by week, in my writing and speaking abilities

Courage to put yourself in challenging situations.

Meet new people from many backgrounds and walks of life and hearing their stories. Everyone has something to teach.

build your self-confidence, meet new people and expand your social circle