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Useful Links - Toastmasters International

Your one stop list for getting more information about Toastmasters International. The following is a list of useful links. We highly recommend that you browse these pages to get a good understanding about Toastmasters International.

  • All you need to get started with Toastmasters
  • Take advantage of Toastmasters International's free library of information. While the ultimate key to success as a speaker is regular practice, the resources listed to the left can help get you started.
  • Every Toastmaster has a story to tell. Learn about toastmasters from around the world. Each member has a unique story and purpose for joining Toastmasters. To visit a Toastmasters club near you, search Find a Club.
  • A hub of excellent articles on Public Speaking and more.
  • Believe it or not, your chances of dying of stage fright are extremely slim. You might feel as if you are dying on the stage, but chances are good your audience won’t even notice your wobbly knees and sweating armpits. Even the best speakers were once terrified novices, feeling the same symptoms as you when facing an audience. Fear no more! Toastmasters is the best place to learn, to build your confidence, and to push yourself outside your comfort zone. It’s a safe place where there is no penalty for failure!
  • Afraid you’ll freeze, choke or faint during a speech? Here are some platform-tested techniques for survival. Create meaningful gestures that will add impact to your speech. Improve your use of PowerPoint slides and flipchart notes. Handle humor with poise. Our tips will help your punch line shine!
  • Every day, employees of various companies around the world find themselves in career-defining speaking situations. Presentations like these often involve high stakes and are presented to busy people with the power to influence careers.

    Different business presentations can make or break your career. The technical briefing, a straightforward presentation to inform, can cause trouble if you lose your audience. For the proposal, you must advocate an idea, product or course of action, and convince others to agree. You may have to present complicated material to a nontechnical audience. To help with job jitters, professional panic or talk trauma, use the resources to the left.

  • Let it be Giving a Eulogy, Presenting an Award or be it Accepting an Award, you got it all covered here.
  • An excellent resource of Leadership articles from leaders around the world.
  • Be a Part of History.

    For the first time in its history, Toastmasters is holding its International Convention outside North America. Join thousands of Toastmasters from around the world at the beautiful Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre this August. Whether you're a first-timer or a seasoned conventioneer, there's never been a better year to attend!

    Find more information by clicking on the images or Register Here