Even though it’s been several years since I was an active member, I get asked all the time about Toastmasters. Is it worth it? Which club should I join? Should I just take a class instead? Well these are all valid questions and I’ve written about these and many other Toastmasters-related topics in the past, so I figured now might be a good time to round up some of my more popular posts and tips about Toastmasters into a convenient place.

So here are some of the Toastmasters tips that I think are most helpful. As always, if you have a question that you can’t find answered or if you have a Toastmasters tip you’d like to share, please feel free to leave me a note via my contact form. Also, all Toastmasters tips and articles can be found under the topic Toastmasters here on the blog.

About Toastmasters

  • A Toastmasters Primer gives you an overview of Toastmasters and what the benefits of joining are.
  • A Primer for Guests explains what to expect when you attend a Toastmasters meeting. If you have a web site for your club, feel free to link to this.
  • Toastmasters Turns 85 is a brief history of the organization and my guess at what the first meeting must have been like.

How to make your club more successful

How to Get the Most Out of Toastmasters

My Personal Experiences with Toastmasters

If you’re a Toastmaster or interested in joining this organization, then bookmark this page as I’ll add updates as new articles come out. Best of luck and remember that the only way to truly become a better speaker is to get out and speak.

Toastmasters Tips Roundup
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