Sheryl Roush On May 27 Th.

sheryl-roushVoyagers Toastmasters Hello Fellow Voyagers & Guests, That’s right – another reminder about the great workshop we are having next week on May 27th. This will be a FREE workshop with NO meeting fee! We hope to pack the house for this great opportunity and look forward to seeing all of you. so even if you haven’t been to a meeting in a long …time, or even if you are inactive or even a past member – you are welcomed to attend at no cost! Everyone is invited, bring a friend or two! Call or email me with any questions you might have. WORKSHOP: 7  to 8:30 am Café Coyote 2461 San Diego Ave, 92110. Plenty of parking on the street and under the building.Hope to see you there!Trisha LandoniEVP Voyagers.
to Design & Deliver Dynamic Presentations! Whether you’re a new–or seasoned–Toastmaster, our May 27th’s Club meeting will be a “fireside chat-style” program offering tips, insights and fresh infusion into your public speaking. You will learn how to: Find good topics for speechesWrite a great speaker introductionSet the tone and energy for your presentation Analyze your audience and create rapport Organize and prepare for a sparkling speech Activate appropriate emotions Present with authenticity Known for her trademarked Sparkle When You Speak!™ programs, Sheryl Roush is one of our own…. who got her start in Voyagers Club 23 years ago! She nervously cried through her first three speeches (some of were there!), polished up her skills and has since presented 3,000 presentations in 9 countries, becoming a top-rated international trainer and professional speaking coach. She has also earned the highest designations our global organization awards–for communication, leadership and service–and brings all that experience back to share with us. Sheryl has presented on programs alongside Olivia Newton-John, Art Linkletter, Marcus Buckingham, Joan Lunden, Thurl Bailey, Suze Orman, and closed for Geena Davis. In September, she keynote opens for Marie Osmond! Along the way, she published 13 books. She is President/CEO of Sparkle Presentations, Inc. www.SparklePresentations.com See More
Sparkle Presentations – Keynote Speaker & Workplace Motivation Expert Sheryl Roush
www.SparklePresentations.com
Motivational and inspirational speaker Sheryl Roush specializes in keynotes, women’s topics, and workplace motivation. She’s only the third woman in the world to be Accredited by Toastmasters.

Sheryl Roush workshop May 27, 2010

How to Design & Deliver Dynamic Presentations

Whether you’re a new–or seasoned–Toastmaster, our May 27th’s Club meeting
will be a “fireside chat-style” program offering tips, insights and fresh infusion
into your public speaking.

You will learn how to:
• Find good topics for speeches
• Write a great speaker introduction
• Set the tone and energy for your presentation
• Analyze your audience and create rapport
• Organize and prepare for a sparkling speech
• Activate appropriate emotions
• Present with authenticity

Known for her trademarked Sparkle When You Speak!™ programs, Sheryl Roush is one of our own…. who got her start in Voyagers Club 23 years ago! She nervously cried through her first three speeches (some of were there!), polished up her skills and has since presented 3,000 presentations in 9 countries, becoming a top-rated international trainer and professional speaking coach. She has also earned the highest designations our global organization awards–for communication, leadership and service–and brings all that experience back to share with us.

Sheryl has presented on programs alongside Olivia Newton-John, Art Linkletter, Marcus Buckingham, Joan Lunden, Thurl Bailey, Suze Orman, and closed for Geena Davis. In September, she keynote opens for Marie Osmond! Along the way, she published 13 books. She is President/CEO of Sparkle Presentations, Inc.

www.SparklePresentations.com

Fruits & Vegetables

April 29, 2010
Theme of Day – Fruits & Vegetables

Word of the Day – Ambrosia – in classical mythology, the food of the deities which was supposed to make those who ate it immortal; a substance that tastes or smells delicious; a dessert or salad made from oranges, bananas and coconut

Bonus Word of the Day – Salmagundi – a mixed salad of various ingredients such as meat, poultry, fish & vegetables arranged in rows on a platter; a mixture or miscellany

JC Campana would rather get the 10 cents from his wife than use the word of the day.
Norbert Haupt – guest – ‘I do pastries, not ambrosia’
Ambrosia would be the Guiness & the pizza.
Ron Flores – guest
Miguel Angelo – guest from Mexico – His mother had a strange way of naming her children – and she probably would have named her next two children ambrosia & salmagundi
Rosario Erno – Guest – U of Phoenix student referred by Alan.

TM – Happy Aston
In the garden of life, friends are the flowers.

Speaker #1 – Diana Bergman – Presentation & Q & A. Members of a large community garden – Project #4 – Speaking under Fire from Advanced PR Manual –
‘Community Garden’

Speaker #2 – Justin Salbato – Speech #8 – Get comfortable with visual Aids – ‘Everyone Can Draw’

Speaker #3 – Norbert Haupt – ‘I am a Bookstore Mooch’ – He enjoys giving speeches because he can talk and no one can talk back. Formally from Fallbrook Village Toastmasters of 15 years.

Evaluators – Amber Toland-Perry, Peter Hansen & Christine McDannell
First Timers – Peter Jansen – evaluator & Jeff Greco – ah counter
Best Table topics – Miguel Angelo – guest
Most Improved – Christine McDannell
Best Evaluator – Christine McDannell
Best Speaker – Norbert Haupt – guest

May 8th Southern Division Contest
Jan Lewellyn gives us our golden gavel patch!

04/24/2010

Hey All Voyagers,

I am happy to say that the Area 12 & 14 International Speech and Evaluation Contest was a big success! Our very own Michel Scharff placed 2nd in the speech contest with his heartfelt speech of EMMA’S STORY. The crowd was certainly entertained, and were treated to a well polished and professional speech! And in the event that the winner, Jim Tucker, will not be able to compete, Michel will again compete in the Regional Contest, May 8th. Matt Slater, also did a wonderful job competing in the evaluation contest. Your detailed and thorough evaluation was sure a winner. Thank you for the leadership you provide for us. Thank you so much for stepping in for Rob Latimer and representing our club with a fantastic evaluation!

If you missed the contest – please mark your calendar for the next one which will be on May 8th at City College. The competition gets tough, and it’s a fantastic opportunity to see the next step in competition.