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The S.B.M. Professional Speakers Guild (PSG) is an Advanced Toastmaster Club focusing on current and important topics to be delivered at regular meetings as well as at special events and conferences.
PSG usually meets every first Wednesday of the month or alternate Thursdays at 5.45 pm., and additionally at special events. Current venue, when conditions allow is Deichman Central Library, Anne-Cath Vestly's Place 1, Oslo, suite "Nøklevann" at U1, or at Scandic Hotel, Parkveien 68, Solli, Oslo and Online at ZOOM. (ID & PW visible for joining members.)
Many of our members are experienced Toastmasters well versed in the art of public speaking and leadership.

PSG aims at promoting important causes of current international attention, such as environmental challenges and the technology that can contribute to solutions, health issues that is facing the western world, human rights, trafficking and migration, sustainable infrastructure, architecture and transports, world economy and growth in a carbon neutral future and much more.

PSG invites Full Members, Associate Members, Honorary Members and Guests to our announced meetings. New Member Fee; Nok 120,- / Eur 12,-. Full Membership is Nok 1.500,- / EUR 150,- per year / Nok 750,- / EUR 75,- per 1/2 year. Associate Membership (for Toastmasters of other clubs) is Nok 150,- / EUR 15,- per year. Honorary Membership is Nok 300,- / EUR 30,- per year.

Payment are made to S.B.M. Professional Speakers Guild at either of the following accounts:

NOK Payments: S-Bank, Bergen Norway, Account # 9801.34.90015, IBAN # NO04 9801 3490 015, BIC Adr. SBAKNOBB. VIPPS Acc: 601163

EUR Payments: N-26 Bank, Germany, IBAN # DE90 1001 1001 2622 0975 38, BIC Adr. NTSBDEB1XXX.

PSG is part of the S.B.M. Holding Group and is supported by sponsors among them: - Reform Energy Group providing green energy by wind turbines and solar farms. - ACMC Financial Group providing financial services. - Mohrco Investment Group providing investment advice and management.

PSG is supporting and promoting the following fund and trusts:

- The Sun-Bank Venture Capital Fund (SB.VCF) accepting investors as Unit Holders and Certificate Holders. The fund finances development of sun farms by means of deployment of large scale solar panel farms to produce green energy. The Units and Certificates are issued at par value Nok 100,- . The Certificates yields interest at 3% per year, issued monthly at 0.25%. Purchases are made to Sun-Bank Venture Capital Fund, S-Bank, Account # 9801.38.39271, IBAN # NO44 9801 3839 271, BIC Adr. SBAKNOBB (Advise name and receiving account of investor to s.b.m.holding.group@gmail.com). VIPPS Acc: 601166

- The Sun-Bank Energy Resource Trust (SB.ERT) accepts crowd funding and contributions to the development of their solar farms. SB.ERT develops and owns the farms that are financed by SB.VCF. Contributions are welcome to Sun-Bank Energy Resource Trust, S-Bank, Account # 9801.38.39352, IBAN # NO88 9801 3839 352, BIC Adr. SBAKNOBB. VIPPS Acc: 601167

- The MIG / SMB Health & Pharma Initiative (NMP) accepts crowd funding and contributions to development of Health Service Stations to promote early discovery and treatment of developing ailments and the prevention of outbreaks and spread of deceases before they become an issue. Modern medical technology in detection and prevention as well as pharma products that strengthen the immune defenses have greatly enhanced prevention rather than cure, as long as simple medical testing is readily accessible at Health Service Stations. Contributions are welcome to Mohrco Invest, S-Bank, Account # 9801.34.72645, IBAN # NO96 9801 3472 645, BIC Adr. SBAKNOBB. VIPPS Acc: 601186

Help save the planet. The Earth matters for our common Future !!!

Help the prevention of illnesses. Your Health and Well being matters !!!

Upcoming events (5)

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17.00 Sergeant at Arms Set up; Preparation of Meeting Venue

17.30 Sergeant at Arms Welcome / Mingling

17.45 Sergeant in Arms Greeting of the attendees as they arrive / enter.
Issue Name tags and papers.
Take payment from Guests.
Have the Audience seated.

18.00 Sergeant at Arms Convenes Meeting / Call Meeting to order.
Welcomes President to the Lectern.

18.01 President Welcome Members and Guests.
Let Members / Guests Introduce themselves.
Purpose of Toastmasters
Introduces the Toastmaster.

18.05 Toastmaster Describes the Program / Agenda,
- Two Speeches:
“xxx” by xxx.
“xxx” by xxx.
- Break and Refreshments from the Bar.
- Table Topics; 3 to 5 interpolations:
- Theme: “TBA”.
- A Question and Answer Session.
- Evaluations.
- General Evaluators Report.

Describes Roles and Functions.
- Zoom-Host / Ah- Counter: ”xxx
- Timer: ”xxx”
- There Evaluators:
Introduces the General Evaluator.

18.08 General Evaluator Explain G.E. Role and the purpose of
Feedback and Evaluations.
Introduce Zoom Host / Vote Counter
Introduce Timer.

18.10 Zoom-Host: Explains Role.
18.11 Timer Explains Role.

18.12 General Evaluator Present the Evaluators for the Speeches:
Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety / Eye Contact,
Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience Awareness / Comfort Level,
Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message.
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

18.15 Toastmaster Conduct Round Robin; Theme of the Evening:
“xxx?”

Introduces the Speakers.
The speakers will each provide an account of xxx.
Theme; “xxx"
The speakers will focus on; “xxxx”.

18.18 First Speaker: Mr. xxx
The speaker is;
Speech Title: “xxx.”
18.26 Feedback to 1st Speaker:

18.28 Second Speaker: Mr. xxxx
The speaker has;
Speech Title: “xxxx.”
18.56 Feedback to 2nd. Speaker:

18.58 Vote for Best Speaker.

19.00 Toastmaster Announces Break until 19.10 hrs.

19.10 Toastmaster Invites the Table Topics Participants:
“xxx”?

19.23 Vote for best Table Topic Speaker.

19.25 Toastmaster Moderates the Q&A Session: (5 questions).

19.30 Toastmaster Invites the General Evaluator.

19.29 General Evaluator Requests the Evaluators' Reports
[masked]st. Evaluator Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety
/ Eye Contact,[masked]nd. Evaluator Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience
Awareness / Comfort Level,[masked]rd. Evaluator Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message
Content.

19. 44 Vote for Best Evaluator.

19.45 General Evaluator Reports on the Meeting
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

19.50 Toastmaster Invites the Speakers for a final word.
Returns the Meeting to the President

20.00 President Announcements
Invites comments from Guests and Audience.

20.07 President President closes the meeting.
The Meeting Ends.

SBM Professional Speakers Guild, Meeting #

Online event

17.00 Sergeant at Arms Set up; Preparation of Meeting Venue

17.30 Sergeant at Arms Welcome / Mingling

17.45 Sergeant in Arms Greeting of the attendees as they arrive / enter.
Issue Name tags and papers.
Take payment from Guests.
Have the Audience seated.

18.00 Sergeant at Arms Convenes Meeting / Call Meeting to order.
Welcomes President to the Lectern.

18.01 President Welcome Members and Guests.
Let Members / Guests Introduce themselves.
Purpose of Toastmasters
Introduces the Toastmaster.

18.05 Toastmaster Describes the Program / Agenda,
- Two Speeches:
“xxx” by xxx.
“xxx” by xxx.
- Break and Refreshments from the Bar.
- Table Topics; 3 to 5 interpolations:
- Theme: “TBA”.
- A Question and Answer Session.
- Evaluations.
- General Evaluators Report.

Describes Roles and Functions.
- Zoom-Host / Ah- Counter: ”xxx
- Timer: ”xxx”
- There Evaluators:
Introduces the General Evaluator.

18.08 General Evaluator Explain G.E. Role and the purpose of
Feedback and Evaluations.
Introduce Zoom Host / Vote Counter
Introduce Timer.

18.10 Zoom-Host: Explains Role.
18.11 Timer Explains Role.

18.12 General Evaluator Present the Evaluators for the Speeches:
Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety / Eye Contact,
Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience Awareness / Comfort Level,
Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message.
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

18.15 Toastmaster Conduct Round Robin; Theme of the Evening:
“xxx?”

Introduces the Speakers.
The speakers will each provide an account of xxx.
Theme; “xxx"
The speakers will focus on; “xxxx”.

18.18 First Speaker: Mr. xxx
The speaker is;
Speech Title: “xxx.”
18.26 Feedback to 1st Speaker:

18.28 Second Speaker: Mr. xxxx
The speaker has;
Speech Title: “xxxx.”
18.56 Feedback to 2nd. Speaker:

18.58 Vote for Best Speaker.

19.00 Toastmaster Announces Break until 19.10 hrs.

19.10 Toastmaster Invites the Table Topics Participants:
“xxx”?

19.23 Vote for best Table Topic Speaker.

19.25 Toastmaster Moderates the Q&A Session: (5 questions).

19.30 Toastmaster Invites the General Evaluator.

19.29 General Evaluator Requests the Evaluators' Reports
[masked]st. Evaluator Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety
/ Eye Contact,[masked]nd. Evaluator Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience
Awareness / Comfort Level,[masked]rd. Evaluator Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message
Content.

19. 44 Vote for Best Evaluator.

19.45 General Evaluator Reports on the Meeting
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

19.50 Toastmaster Invites the Speakers for a final word.
Returns the Meeting to the President

20.00 President Announcements
Invites comments from Guests and Audience.

20.07 President President closes the meeting.
The Meeting Ends.

SBM Professional Speakers Guild, Meeting #

Online event

17.00 Sergeant at Arms Set up; Preparation of Meeting Venue

17.30 Sergeant at Arms Welcome / Mingling

17.45 Sergeant in Arms Greeting of the attendees as they arrive / enter.
Issue Name tags and papers.
Take payment from Guests.
Have the Audience seated.

18.00 Sergeant at Arms Convenes Meeting / Call Meeting to order.
Welcomes President to the Lectern.

18.01 President Welcome Members and Guests.
Let Members / Guests Introduce themselves.
Purpose of Toastmasters
Introduces the Toastmaster.

18.05 Toastmaster Describes the Program / Agenda,
- Two Speeches:
“xxx” by xxx.
“xxx” by xxx.
- Break and Refreshments from the Bar.
- Table Topics; 3 to 5 interpolations:
- Theme: “TBA”.
- A Question and Answer Session.
- Evaluations.
- General Evaluators Report.

Describes Roles and Functions.
- Zoom-Host / Ah- Counter: ”xxx
- Timer: ”xxx”
- There Evaluators:
Introduces the General Evaluator.

18.08 General Evaluator Explain G.E. Role and the purpose of
Feedback and Evaluations.
Introduce Zoom Host / Vote Counter
Introduce Timer.

18.10 Zoom-Host: Explains Role.
18.11 Timer Explains Role.

18.12 General Evaluator Present the Evaluators for the Speeches:
Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety / Eye Contact,
Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience Awareness / Comfort Level,
Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message.
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

18.15 Toastmaster Conduct Round Robin; Theme of the Evening:
“xxx?”

Introduces the Speakers.
The speakers will each provide an account of xxx.
Theme; “xxx"
The speakers will focus on; “xxxx”.

18.18 First Speaker: Mr. xxx
The speaker is;
Speech Title: “xxx.”
18.26 Feedback to 1st Speaker:

18.28 Second Speaker: Mr. xxxx
The speaker has;
Speech Title: “xxxx.”
18.56 Feedback to 2nd. Speaker:

18.58 Vote for Best Speaker.

19.00 Toastmaster Announces Break until 19.10 hrs.

19.10 Toastmaster Invites the Table Topics Participants:
“xxx”?

19.23 Vote for best Table Topic Speaker.

19.25 Toastmaster Moderates the Q&A Session: (5 questions).

19.30 Toastmaster Invites the General Evaluator.

19.29 General Evaluator Requests the Evaluators' Reports
[masked]st. Evaluator Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety
/ Eye Contact,[masked]nd. Evaluator Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience
Awareness / Comfort Level,[masked]rd. Evaluator Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message
Content.

19. 44 Vote for Best Evaluator.

19.45 General Evaluator Reports on the Meeting
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

19.50 Toastmaster Invites the Speakers for a final word.
Returns the Meeting to the President

20.00 President Announcements
Invites comments from Guests and Audience.

20.07 President President closes the meeting.
The Meeting Ends.

SBM Professional Speakers Guild, Meeting #

Online event

17.00 Sergeant at Arms Set up; Preparation of Meeting Venue

17.30 Sergeant at Arms Welcome / Mingling

17.45 Sergeant in Arms Greeting of the attendees as they arrive / enter.
Issue Name tags and papers.
Take payment from Guests.
Have the Audience seated.

18.00 Sergeant at Arms Convenes Meeting / Call Meeting to order.
Welcomes President to the Lectern.

18.01 President Welcome Members and Guests.
Let Members / Guests Introduce themselves.
Purpose of Toastmasters
Introduces the Toastmaster.

18.05 Toastmaster Describes the Program / Agenda,
- Two Speeches:
“xxx” by xxx.
“xxx” by xxx.
- Break and Refreshments from the Bar.
- Table Topics; 3 to 5 interpolations:
- Theme: “TBA”.
- A Question and Answer Session.
- Evaluations.
- General Evaluators Report.

Describes Roles and Functions.
- Zoom-Host / Ah- Counter: ”xxx
- Timer: ”xxx”
- There Evaluators:
Introduces the General Evaluator.

18.08 General Evaluator Explain G.E. Role and the purpose of
Feedback and Evaluations.
Introduce Zoom Host / Vote Counter
Introduce Timer.

18.10 Zoom-Host: Explains Role.
18.11 Timer Explains Role.

18.12 General Evaluator Present the Evaluators for the Speeches:
Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety / Eye Contact,
Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience Awareness / Comfort Level,
Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message.
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

18.15 Toastmaster Conduct Round Robin; Theme of the Evening:
“xxx?”

Introduces the Speakers.
The speakers will each provide an account of xxx.
Theme; “xxx"
The speakers will focus on; “xxxx”.

18.18 First Speaker: Mr. xxx
The speaker is;
Speech Title: “xxx.”
18.26 Feedback to 1st Speaker:

18.28 Second Speaker: Mr. xxxx
The speaker has;
Speech Title: “xxxx.”
18.56 Feedback to 2nd. Speaker:

18.58 Vote for Best Speaker.

19.00 Toastmaster Announces Break until 19.10 hrs.

19.10 Toastmaster Invites the Table Topics Participants:
“xxx”?

19.23 Vote for best Table Topic Speaker.

19.25 Toastmaster Moderates the Q&A Session: (5 questions).

19.30 Toastmaster Invites the General Evaluator.

19.29 General Evaluator Requests the Evaluators' Reports
[masked]st. Evaluator Ev. 1: Clarity / Use of Language / Vocal Variety
/ Eye Contact,[masked]nd. Evaluator Ev. 2: Gestures / Body Language / Audience
Awareness / Comfort Level,[masked]rd. Evaluator Ev. 3: Interest / Topic / Content / Message
Content.

19. 44 Vote for Best Evaluator.

19.45 General Evaluator Reports on the Meeting
Returns meeting to Toastmaster

19.50 Toastmaster Invites the Speakers for a final word.
Returns the Meeting to the President

20.00 President Announcements
Invites comments from Guests and Audience.

20.07 President President closes the meeting.
The Meeting Ends.

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