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Episode 65- Mohammed Qahtani

Mohammed Qahtani

Welcome to the podcast!

In this episode  we interviewed  the 2015 World Champion of Public Speaking, Mohammed Qahtani.  Mathilde Fischer did the interview at the District 95 2016 Spring Conference.

Since we did our interview with Toastmasters International Past President, Pat Johnson, Blab has announced that they’re discontinuing their service. While we don’t know what that will mean  to people that have used Blab or to their future plans, we’ll be testing other services so that we can continue  to have online remote interviews, giving  our audience the opportunity to take an active role as we have with several of our Blab sessions. We hope that you enjoy the interview.

We have several more episodes in the pipeline.  If you have an idea for episode, you know someone that you think is doing  or has done interesting or amazing things, we’d like to talk to them. please add a comment or contact us. We’ve enjoyed out Blab sessions so far and will be looking at doing some more of this and who knows what else we’ll try. Stay tuned.  Happy Toastmastering..

Happy Toastmastering.

  • You can find Mohammed Qahtain on Facebook here
  • You can watch is  2015 WCPS speech here
  • The podcast theme song comes from the Famous Toastmasters of Wiesbaden, Germany

Look for the next episode, in the coming weeks.

Note the picture above comes from Mohammed Qahtani’s Facebook page.

Episode 61: 2014 WCPS- Dananjaya Hettiarachchi

Dananjaya

Welcome to the podcast!

In  episode 61,  we interviewed the 2014 World Champion of Public Speaking, Dananjaya Hettiarachchi.  This is the forth time that we’ve interviewed a World Champion of Public Speaking at the podcast. Antje Pohl interviewed him at the D95 2015 District Conference in Boras, Sweden. Dananjaya’s speech “I See Something” has been viewed by nearly 1 million people on YouTube.

We hope that you’ve had a chance to watch the Blab that we did with Jim Kokocki, Toastmasters 2015-16 International President and please spread the word. We have several more episodes in the pipeline (including the EasySpeak Blab session with Coach Carol). If you have an idea for episode, you know someone that you think is doing  or has done interesting or amazing things, we’d like to talk to them. please add a comment or contact us. We’ve enjoyed out Blab sessions so far and will be looking at doing some more of this and who knows what else we’ll try. Stay tuned.  Happy Toastmastering.

  • You can find  Dananjaya Hettiarachchia’s Facebook Page here.
  • You can find his website here.
  • The podcast theme song comes from the Famous Toastmasters of Wiesbaden, Germany

Look for the next episode, in the coming weeks.

Note the picture above comes from Dananjaya’s Facebook page..

Episode 09- The Birthday Show

 

Welcome to the podcast, believe it or not, the podcast has been around for a whole year now, so this is our birthday episode.  We wrap of the interviews from the District 59 2012 Fall Conference in Bonn, Germany.

In this episode we…

  • Interview Peter Kent, who has 20+ years experience in Toastmasters
  • Talk to Barbara Hoerger, who was the District 59 Governor for 2011-2012 Toastmasters year
  • Talk to Morag Mathieson, who is the current District 59 Governor for the 2012-2013 Toastmaster year
  • We have a big update from Antwerp about the District 59 2013 Spring Confernce
  • D59 has beens promoting Open Houses at clubs in February and March, be sure to let your Area Governor know when you’re holding yours and about the results
  • We’re looking for a theme song for the podcast, we’ve included snippets  from the new club theme for the Famous Toastmasters of Wiesbaden, Germany
  • Look for the next Toastmasters Podcast Europe coming in the next few weeks.

 

Bye for now.

Darryl

Introducing French Toastmasters Club “Rosemasters”

After our few Easter words in here and on Facebook about the realignment and the importance of ‘’letting it be’’ in order to get on with the real purpose of Toastmasters, we enjoyed a lot of reactions.

One came from Toulouse, France: Dominique Carrasco. He sent us this excellent tape in French language, introducing Toastmasters in general and his bi-lingual English-French club “Rosemasters” in particular.