This is my Toastmasters Professional Speaker Seminar speech.
Today, I ask that you suspend disbelief and image you are avid game players. You love to learn new things and how to associate those skills with life.
Steve Brown has been a gamesman for most of his life and 16 years ago he discovered something; a new love that changed his thinking and his way of life.
Steve has spent many hours; days and nights circled with other players, listened to hours of instructions, read numerous books and shared his knowledge and skills with new and old players alike.
Today he is here to share a small portion of what he’s learned with you.
He wants you to know; America’s Game.
I’ve been asked a few times: what is Toastmasters and how can it help me? It gives confidence, it builds skills, and it helps you meet interesting people. Networking at it’s best along with personal growth and development.
What happens when history and cinema cross paths? Where did the conflict between Orson Welles and William Randolph Hearst begin? Listen as I explain how the genius changed the movie industry and rewrote history.
This is my #4 StoryTelling speech for Toastmasters. This is story from many years ago about something found while on patrol. This story has been around for years and it was my pleasure to retell it in a different light. Remember, Careful what you touch.
We forget that everyone has a story and we don’t realize that nearly everyone is comparing themselves to other people. Sometimes this motivates us and sometimes it cause self-limiting beliefs. Don’t compare your Behind The Scenes film to someone’s High-Light Reel.
Speaking of getting in shape and losing weight…and getting those big muscles: I Challenge you to join me in the Project 10 Challenge.
Believing is the first step. It’s possible, but your must first believe in yourself and your goals. For you to change your life and someone Else’s life; Believe. We must have Vision, a Dream, and know we can make a Difference.
This was my 10th Toastmasters Speech. This was a Motivational speech designed to open people’s perception and expand their thoughts.