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The Only Advanced Club in Bengaluru

Den’s

Decmeber 2016 The Only Advanced Club in Bengaluru Den’s If you want to be a Lion

If you want to be a Lion train with the Lions!!!

Annual Issue Newsletter Edition

You have to

December 2016

Annual Issue Newsletter Edition You have to December 2016 JAMBOREE -2016, KOVALUM WINNERS OF GLITTERATI AT

JAMBOREE -2016, KOVALUM

WINNERS OF GLITTERATI

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JOINT MEETINGS AT SPEAKERS DEN

SPEAKERS DEN ARE THE HOSTS TO

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STORIES, TALKS FROM THE LIONS

BRIEFING ON VISUAL AIDS LET ME TELL YOU A STORY PICK MORE DAISIES

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About Toastmasters International

Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. Our organization has more than 345,000 memberships. Members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of the 15,900 clubs in 142 countries that make up our global network of meeting locations.

The world needs leaders. Leaders head families, coach teams, run businesses and mentor others. These leaders must not only accomplish, they must communicate. By regularly giving speeches, gaining feedback, leading teams and guiding others to achieve their goals in a supportive atmosphere, leaders emerge from the Toastmasters program. Every Toastmasters journey begins with a single speech. During their journey, they learn to tell their stories. They listen and answer. They plan and lead. They give feedback—and accept it. Through our community of learners, they find their path to leadership.

Toastmasters International Mission

We empower individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders.

District Mission

We build new clubs and support all clubs in achieving excellence.

Club Mission

We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.

Toastmasters International Values

Integrity, Respect, Service Excellence

Toastmasters International Envisioned Future

To be the first-choice provider of dynamic, high-value, experiential communication and leadership skills development.

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Vice President Public Relations

As, the Acting Vice President Public Relations and being the Newsletter Edi-

tor. I’m proud to say that we share our talks in our club meetings, in front of

a few panels. The 75 Advanced Speeches we knew have the respective key ob-

jectives, key points to take a speech higher, with Challenges and Climax. Later its followed by some these 1000 impromptu styles of public speaking sessions called as Table topics. And finally we get a good brain wash from an observer who gives his view on the meetings, in this session one leader from the panel raises his voice on the prepared that took place today at the meeting, this panel evaluation is interesting that is similar to the Chief Judges result at the biggest event of the year.

We are here to say that we at den want to share our expertise in the advanced speeches, where people in the outer world can join us for a toast or drink with any of your advanced speech manuals you choose for the future. Our knowledge has been shared after we gained results in contests where we won in front for Glitterati, Evaluation, Humorous and Evaluation Speech Contests.

The other strength of Speakers Den is to have a great company of Leaders from the District, who share knowledge and experience from their ongoing term in the District. Our best wish is to have every talk, role and moment to be fruitful to the extent of Humor.

We Nearing to the 100th meeting, we feel its so exciting week after week from the meeting number 1. When we hear one best talk, and when we share one life changing point or when we learn something new speakers den has to be one of those amazing clubs that will be ever lasting to our lives from Advance public speaking, leadership and panel evaluation.

We are delighted to share our views from the talks spoken by a guest speakers, who visit us on every meeting to contribute their best as a normal Toastmasters to this club.

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Regards V.Subhash Chandra

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Pick More Daisies

Volume-1 Issue - 2 Pick More Daisies March 19, 2016. Speeches, national an- thems of two

March 19, 2016. Speeches, national an- thems of two countries, songs, felicitation and all gala set the ballrolling at the Eden Garden as arch-rivals India and Pakistan clashed in a World Twenty20 match. The event made 1billion cricket fans rejoice and despise!

Any idea who won? You are right and wrong! – The men’s match was won by India; whereas female cricket – Pa- kistan won it. Pakistan’s Women Crick- et Captain, Sana Mir said that men tend to make better cooks than crick- et players and that she was looking forward to Afridi making biryani upon his return home. I remember the day when a reporter asked Afridi about Pakistan’s Women’s Cricket and he replied saying women can make good biryani.

No matter whether we are in 21 st cen- tury or 22nd, we aren’t still out of the gender discrimination or the pa- triarchy. Everyone ridicules Anushka Sharma for Virat Kohli’s bad innings, but never saw anybody praising Anjali Tendulkar for Sachin’s great perfor- mance.

Anjali Tendulkar for Sachin’s great perfor- mance. Helen Blanchard was her name. The Toastmasters

Helen Blanchard was her name. The Toastmasters International was com- menced for men.

In 1920s, Mr. Ralph Smedley designed TM for men, to improve their commu- nication and leadership skills.

So, women weren’t allowed to be a part of the toastmasters.

But as usual, all women got curi- ous as to why only men are allowed and why not women. So, there cometh a confident female character, who dressed up like a man and visited Toastmasters meeting regularly.

She imitated men while talking, while responding and while debating. So, Helen became Homer and became one of the best speakers in the District and later a District Governor.

Well, there were few who doubted Homer’s weird behavior like bringing soup to meetings, over-organization, and an eye for details etc.

Finally she became the first fe- male President of the Toastmasters International.

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But, that paved the way for infiltration of wom- en to the Toast- master’s world, in the year 1973. Today TM has more than 2 lakhs female members all over the world.

TM has more than 2 lakhs female members all over the world. This world has had

This world has had numerous men and women who stood out and took risks for the betterment of the wom- en. May it be Susan B Anthony, the woman who fought for universal suf- frage or others who fought for wom- en’s right in general.

There are few such robust women in our own land. Jyotiba Phule, a 19 th century activist, a social reformer, critic of the caste system, founded

a school for girls, who started wid-

ow-remarriage initiative, and started

a home for infant girls to discourage female infanticide.

Bhanwari Devi, a victim of gang rape who pivoted in getting the most valu- able law – Vishaka Guidelines, deal- ing with laws against harassment of women at workplace. Sunitha Krish- nan, another rape victim who brought Prajwala and works with the UN in combating human trafficking and also for the welfare of people with HIV infection. Leila Seth, the first female judge of an Indian High Court and who fought for equal right for female in the ancestra property in India.

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property in India. www.tmdistrict92.org Volume-1 Issue - 2 All these females had one thing in common;

All these females had one thing in common; they dared to make more mistakes. They didn’t mere relax or limber up. They took their dignity and self-respect quite seriously. They took more chances. They did try to climb more mountains and swim more rivers. They perhaps invited more actual troubles, than living in an imaginary fairytale world.

They lived sensibly and sanely, hour after hour, day after day. They had their moments, and if they had to do it over again, they’d have more of them. They lived just moments, one after another, instead of living so many years ahead of each day.

another, instead of living so many years ahead of each day. As one of the famous

As one of the famous women says, that applies to all of us- If I had my life to live over, I would start barefoot earlier in the spring and stay that way later in the fall. I would commit more mistakes, I would speak up more, and I would stand up for my own rights. I will scream for my own

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self respect and dignity. I would pick more dai- sies and see if I could move that small stone to make a teeny weeny difference in the world.

By Suchitra. A

see if I could move that small stone to make a teeny weeny difference in the

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Let me tell you a Story

“Storytelling is the most effective way of merging meaning and emotions.”

When I was a little girl, I loved to wear a red pinafore dress, back shoes and had my hair in pigtails. I ran

around the mulberry bush, sang twin- kle twinkle little star all day long and slept on grandma’s lap listening to her

narrate tales of prince

on a white horse. I would dream of

pixie land with fairies and dragons. I

had a wide span of

I knew no television, knew no car- toon, knew no books with pictures of a prince charming in them. Grandma narrated the stories and I painted my own picture, in some paintings I would be the damsel in distress, in some paintings I would be the fairy god mother.

charming

imagination as

My imagination taught me to add emotions into the stories that were narrated; it taught me that there can be a land where I painted pictures which sprang to life, that land was called storytelling land.

As I grew from pinafores to jeans I stopped listening to stories, began reading them. When I became a lady I combined emotions and meaning and wrote stories of my own. When you trod into the stages of life your own incidents become stories. You narrate them to your family, to your friends to your colleagues, sometimes to your bosses too.

A story will always be a part of your life and you will be the character in it.

The speciality in stories are the descriptions you create, making the listener stand at the scene and imagine the whole incident like a recorded program. When I ask you to come to my house, I will describe my lane, the colour of my house which is painted white with bold grey bricks out lining the edges, large French windows and a few plants which drape around the wall, a red car outside the compound. The next time you decide to drop to my house you can never miss it as I let you paint a picture of it with my description.

The characters in your story play

a pivotal role as one perceives the

character through your eyes. If you were to meet my dog Johnny, he is a medium sized dog, black with a white band of fur around his neck, his soft paws are white and a red

collar around his neck accentuates his smart look. Watch out as he is sly as

a fox, usually calm in nature when he

sniffs you, if he does not like you then he would snap. If you are terrified of dogs now you know who to watch out for.

The plot is that backdrop you set up for your story. Describing that railway station where a mother bides her son goodbye. You talk about a railway station with shoddy walls, multiple neon digital boards with train arrival and departure timings. The creeks of the tracks, the stationed train with a numerous bogies, a bunch of crowd bustling in and out minding their own business creates an amazing plot. The next time you are at a railway platform you will tend to notice the details of the station.

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This is what a storytelling does to you; it pulls you out of your comfort- able chair and draws you to a com- pletely new location with charters drawn from your imagination. You feel like you are in a world of the teller and your walking his enchanted path.

Storytelling is an art without a reference the teller just narrates the tale; the listener adds the necessary emotions and picturizes the whole plot.

Your grandmother may not always be around to have you sleep on her lap and narrate tales to you. Stories will continue to flow and be a part of your life and you will keep drawing them on blank spaces of listeners.

Choose the plot, characters and descrip- tions well such that your listener lives in the realm of your story.

-Chetana Patricia Lobo

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Briefing on Visual Aids

On Visual Aids

Good Evening Toastmasters and Guests

Using Visual Aids 7 Tips

Using visual aids can make your presentations clear and more interesting. But you have to use visual aids care- fully. People have become bored by PowerPoint slides, so you have to work hard to keep them interested.

There are times when it’s best not to use PowerPoint.

When it is helpful to use Pow- erPoint or other visual aids, follow these

7 Tips for Using Visual Aids

Tip 1. Plan your presenta- tion before creating visual aids.

Know what you want the audi- ence to do as a result of hear- ing your presentation. Then figure out what they need to know to do what you want them to do. Then create a sim- ple outline that logically and clearly develops your main points. Finally, create visual aids to support your message.

Tip 2. Use visual aids

sparingly.

They are aids to your presen- tation – not its sum and sub- stance. Using visual aids is meant to highlight and support your key points.

Tip 3. Avoid laser pointers.

Your visual aids should be so clear that your audience can easily follow along. Use your hand, if necessary. (If you ab- solutely have to use a pointer, set it down after you are fin- ished. Holding on to it will only encourage you to use it for every point on every slide.)

Do you all know what the effective usage of visual aids is?

Tip 4. Explain the content of the visual aid when you first show it.

As soon as you show people an object, they will look at it – even if you’re talking about something else. Don’t make them divide their attention.

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Do see any visual aid with me right now?

Tip 5. When you finish with the visual aid, remove it, cover it, or turn it off.

(See above.) When using Pow- erPoint, tap the B key and the screen will go to black. Tap any other key and the screen light up again.

Now

questions

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Floor

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Conclusion based on the dis- cussion done with the audi- ence.

Over to you

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IN THE

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(PANEL-SPEECH

EVALUATION)

FROM OUR 3 STANDARD

TOASTMASTERS MEETING

SEGMENTS”

-TOASTMASTER SUBHASH

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KABALI DAA

Kabali Special Meeting at Den – A meeting that went ‘Krajini’

When the meeting is about Rajini even Gajini would remember for his lifetime.

Toastmasters and guests, exactly three days before the meeting, the venue manager called us and informed that the venue would be closed this week for some emergency meetings of the management.

With five speakers, enquiries from guests we wondered what to do. But as it is said in Gita, Quran and The holy bible, when the meeting is about Ra- jinikant, the whole universe conspires to make it happen and so did it.

Our sincere thanks to Kaustubh who got us The Rotary Club of Services as the venue.

The meeting started bang on time, with S@A setting the tone for the meeting with powerful punch dialogues and humor about Rajini.

President, Kishore took to stage and spoke about how Rajini always does the unbelievable.

He specially mentioned that believing in Rajini makes life simple.

For example Americans still debate if superman can dodge bullets, because his skin cells have titanium infused kryptonite resistant bioelectric repul- sion;

On the contrary Rajini fans with no sec- ond thought believe Rajini can dodge bullets, because it is Rajini and in case if a bullet hits him that is because Rajini wanted to donate blood to the bullet.

But on a serious note the president also mentioned that on one hand there is Rajini who does things illogical and un- reasonable and on the other hand there are these critics who keep ridiculing it.

The same happens with each of us.

There is a Rajini within us who wants to dream big and achieve things unreason- able and there is a critic within us that keeps ridiculing it.

It’s up to us if we want to go with the logic or believe in Rajini and achieve the impossible like Rajini did in his life.

The Emcee for the day Rohan, was ab- solutely on fire, generously pouring in humor, wit and intellect.

The generally evaluator, Kaustubh, who was still not free from the last night hangover of watching Kabali introduced the several role players and refered to evaluation as Neruppu Da (Fire).

The first speaker Vishal presented a project from the entertaining speaker series which was hilarious to the core.

A simple story of how he learnt driving

a two wheeler unfolded in ribtickling humorous narration of three interesting incidents.

His vivid imagery, that a girl who walked upto him in the smoke of the silencer looked like an angel in white walking on the clouds.

His desperation not able to find the

brake, when the same girl asks to stop the bike and he responds “can you ever stop something that you never started

in the first place”.

The second speaker was Subhodeep, with an interesting speech on assertive speaking from the professional speak- ing manual.

He presented the various scenarios, some valuable inputs from the concept

of conflict management and towards

the end was a surprise roleplay where he assertively argued with his mentor, Kaustubh about why he didn’t approve his script for a project.

The table topics by Bunty were both amusing and profound.

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When I’m drunk I’m awesome; If someone says you are ugly, tell them you are just a mirror and Delete your ex, shutdown your crush and erase your past were some interesting topics.

But the best was when Kaustubh shared his insights from Geology that there were more than 40 meteors that missed the earth which were never predicted by any intelligence organizations.

Any of them could have hit the earth and we would been dust.

So while we could make plans and goals, prove to people we are good, be caught up in the viscious cycle of creation, procreation and recreation, family, ex and future all it takes could be a one degree change in the angle at which a meteor is approaching us and we all would be gone.

So all we got is this moment… Go sieze it…The evaluations were clinical as it was a panel evaluation where the panel members both got and provided some deep insights.

The meeting closed on a high with Vishal and Kausthubh winning the tickets for a Kabali show. Well that was the rendezvous @ Den.

Next time don’t miss it…

-KVM KISHORE

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Volume-1 Issue - 2 31 s t Decmeber 2016 Calender Date Events July - 2016 Kabali

Calender

Date

Events

July - 2016

Kabali Da

September -2016

Joint Meetings - Oracle clubs

October -2016

Area Meet - Winners

November -2016

Fedility - Speechcraft

Novemeber -2016

Glitterati district Cham- pions

THE 2 PANELS OF JUDGES ARE WAITING FOR YOU AND YOUR FRIEND’S ADVANCED PREPARED SPEECHES WITH PAN- EL EVALUATIONS WHICH CAN BE DELIVERED AT THE SPEAKERS DEN!!

WE ARE WAITING FOR YOU

!!!

Speakers Den is one of the most Inspiring Toastmaster club in Bangalore, its a pleasure to share the equal quality of Public Speaking and Panel Evaluation among various toastmasters and experts of public speaking and leadership. And that is why we had a celebrity meeting in july with a quater glass of kabali spirt. Join us every other sunday, and get the best quality panel speech evaluation.

Subhash

and get the best quality panel speech evaluation. Subhash Lions of Speakers Den TM KVM Kishore

Lions of Speakers Den

TM KVM Kishore - President TM Prasanna - VP Education TM Banti - VP Membership TM Divya - VP Public Relations TM Sinoj - Treasurer TM Vinit - Secretary TM Rohan - SAA TM Subhash

DTM Pawas Chandra DTM VSV Prasad TM Chetana TM Suraj TM Vijay TM Kaustabh TM Suchitra TM Achala

Where is the Den ?

Where is the Den?

Where is the Den ?

Catholic Club

No. 22, Museum Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560025

Vice President Education Prasanna Rajashekar

Mobile Number: 9900513113;

Email id: prasannaaz@gmail.com

One Home Club for

,

2 District Directors

&

4 District champions

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