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Accredited SpeakerRole ModelsOn Top of Her Gamehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/On-Top-of-Her-GameDec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxMary Nesfield http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Navigating-Two-Sides-of-HealthcareAssociate editor for the Toastmaster magazine. Reach her at mnesfield@toastmasters.org.      
Advanced SpeakerVocal VarietyVocal Variety 2.0 Feb-201612BB948537DF4832B79A87282B5FF0D8.ashxBill BrownDTM Speech delivery trainer and coach specializing in expressiveness and vocal variety. He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Visit www.billbrown.biz for more information      
ArticleStorytellingEmotion Reigns - How passionate storytelling makes a message unforgettable.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Aug2016/EmotionAugust-2016 Kelly Swanson http://www.StoryCraftingCamp.comKelly Swanson is an award-winning storyteller, comedian, motivational speaker and author. She teaches the art of connection and engagement through the power of story.      
ArticleGoal SettingElite Women Athletes Show Their Strengthhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/AthletesJanuary-2017Missy Sheehan http://www.sheehanwriting.comMissy Sheehan is a freelance writer, copy editor and proofreader.      
ArticleProfessional GrowthMy 5 Goal-Setting Strategies. How I became an Accredited Speaker.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/GoalJanuary-2017Eldonna Lewis-FernandezACS, ALB, AShttp://www.ThinkLikeANegotiator.comEldonna is the CEO of Dynamic Vision International, a veteran of negotiation and contracts expert and author of "Think Like a Negotiator". She is a keynote speaker, session leader and panelist on the art of negotiation, and is a trainer of negotiation.      
ArticleProfessional GrowthGame On! Why I became an Accredited Speaker.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/GameJanuary-2017Darren LaCroixATM, AShttp://www.TheTop10SpeakingMistakes.com2001 World Champion of Public Speaking. Darren is a member of the Powerhouse Pros club in Las Vegas, Nevada.      
ArticleFunny You Should Say ThatThe Cruelest Month.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/CadleyJanuary-2017John Cadley http://www.cadleys.comJohn is a former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
ArticleProfileCuriosity and the Power of Wordshttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Feb2017/CuriosityFebruary-2017Cheryl AndrichukACB, CL President and a charter member of Off the Page Toastmasters, an advanced writers' club in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada.      
ArticleMy TurnServing in the Community.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Feb2017/MyTurnFebruary-2017John LauDTM. PIP John Lau served as the first International President of Toastmasters International from Malaysia in 2012-2013. He holds advanced degrees in several fields, including a Ph.D. in strategic marketing, and was appointed a Knight of Malaysia. Lau joined Toastmasters in September 1990 and remains active in two Toastmasters clubs in Kuching, Malaysia.      
ArticleGoal SettingReady, Set, Goals.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Feb2017/ReadyFebruary-2017Paula Fuchsberg  Editor at Vanguard and a member of Majestic Toastmasters in Malvern, Pennsylvania.      
ArticlePresentation SkillsReading a Prepared Text.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Feb2017/ReadingPreparedFebruary-2017Bill BrownDTMhttp://www.billbrownspeechcoach.comBill is a professional narrator and speech delivery coach based in Las Vegas, Negada. He helps clients breathe life into their words.      
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesDTM What Should I Do With My Life? by Po Bronson & Spell Success In Your Life by Peter Colwell Jul-2003 Larry Welch         
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsWorking With WordsNo Uncertain Terms by William Safire Sep-2003 Larry Welch         
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsWorking With WordsThe Right Words at the Right Time by Marlo Thomas Oct-2003 Larry Welch         
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesHow to Give a Damn Good Speech, Even When You Have No Time to Prepare by Philip R. Theibert Nov-2003 Larry Welch         
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesZig: The Autobiography of Zig Ziglar by Zig Ziglar Jan-2004 Larry WelchDTM        
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesBenjamin Franklin: An American Life by Walter Isaacson Mar-2004 Larry WelchDTM        
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesA Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson Jul-2004 Larry WelchDTM        
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesA Word a Day by Anu Garg with Stuti Garg Jan-2005 Larry WelchDTM        
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesThe Know-It-All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World by A.J. Jacobs Jul-2005 Larry WelchDTM        
Between the Lines – Book ReviewsResourcesThe One Thing You Need to Know by Marcus Buckingham Sep-2005 Larry WelchDTM        
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Statement 1992-93 Nov-1993 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalInto The Future: Coping With Change May-1994 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report 1993-1994 Nov-1994 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalLooking To the Future Nov-1994 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalLooking Ahead: Making a Change for the Better May-1995 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalMaking a Change For The Better Nov-1995 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report 1994-95 Nov-1995 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalSharing the Vision of Excellence May-1996 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalSharing the Vision of Excellence Nov-1996 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report 1995-96 Nov-1996 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalIn Pursuit of Quality Clubs May-1997 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalIn Pursuit of Distinguished Clubs: Standards of Leadership Nov-1997 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalStretch Your Horizons May-1998 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report July-December 97 Jun-1998 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalExperiencing the Thrill of Success Nov-1998 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report Jan. – Dec. 1998 May-1999 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Take Pride in Toastmasters May-1999 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Making Dreams Come True Nov-1999 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalBuilding a Better World May-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report: Jan. – Dec. 1999 May-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsBoard of DirectorsTI Board Report: Take Pride in Toastmasters May-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementYour 2000-2001 Officer Candidates Jun-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalFriends Helping Friends Succeed-Meet Jo Anna McWilliams Sep-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalBuilding a Better World Nov-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalOur Mission and Vision Nov-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalOur Strategy Plan 2000 Nov-2000 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalFriends Helping Friends Succeed May-2001 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report: Jan. – Dec. 2000 May-2001 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementYour 2001-2002 Officer Candidates Jun-2001 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Helping Friends Succeed Nov-2001 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Taking Control of Destiny May-2002 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report: Jan. – Dec. 2001 May-2002 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementYour 2002-2003 Officer Candidates Jun-2002 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report: January – December 2002 May-2003 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: A Record-Breaking Year May-2003 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementYour 2003-2004 Officer Candidates Jun-2003 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Bringing Out the Best in People Nov-2003 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Fired With Enthusiasm May-2004 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Financial Report: January-December 2003 Jun-2004 Staff         
Board of DirectorsBoard of DirectorsYour 2004-2005 Officer Candidates Jun-2004 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Celebrating Achievement, and Planning for the Future Dec-2004 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Changing Lives, One at a Time May-2005 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Financial Report: Jan. – Dec. 2004 May-2005 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalThinking Strategically Dec-2005 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report: Jan.-Dec. 2005 Jun-2006 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Serving Their World Jun-2006 Staff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Planning for the Future Nov-2006 Staff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report: Jan.-Dec. 2006 Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxStaff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Out of the Past, Into the Future Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxStaff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Planning TI's Future Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxStaff         
Board of DirectorsToastmasters InternationalTI Board Report: Planning TI’s Future Apr-2008FCEFF29F23C9435184CC605A90E3835C.ashxStaff         
Board of DirectorsClub ManagementTI Financial Report: Jan.-Dec. 2007 May-2008533DC02201EC453F83783C56BD8592F1.ashxStaff         
Club buildingMembershipCapitalizing on a Capital Setting, clubs abound at government agencies in D.C. June-2016 Mitch MirkinCTM Mitch Mirkin CTM is a member of Randallstown Network Toastmasters, based in Baltimore, Maryland. He works as a writer and editor for the US Department of Veterans Affairs.      
Club BuildingClub BuildingFrom one club to 164 and still going strong! June-2016 Maureen ZappalaDTMhttp://www.MaureenZ.comMaureen is a former NASA propulsion engineer. Today she's a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Aerospace Toastmasters club in Cleveland, Ohio.      
Club ExperienceClub OfficersCongratulations Club Officers! Tips for success in your new leadership role. July-2016 Maureen AzppalaDTMhttp://www.MaureenZ.comMaureen is a former NASA propulsion engineer. Today she's a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Aerospace Toastmasters club in Cleveland, Ohio.      
Club ExperienceClub GrowthA Roadmap for Club Growth. How I applied workplace strategies to help my club become Distinguished.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Oct2016/RoadmapOctober-2016 Jay SunderlandACB, ALBhttp://www.jayspeakslive.comJay Sunderland, ACB, ALB from Lake Stevens, Washington, is CEO of the JKL Consulting Group. He is a member of ­Snohomish City Toastmasters.      
Club ExperienceClub ExperienceBreathe New Life into Your Club. Seven strategies to energize your meetings.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Nov2016/NewLifeNovember-2016MagazinePaul FreemanATM Paul Freeman, ATM a semiretired freelance writer, is a member of the Seattle General Toastmasters club in Seattle, Washington.      
Club ExperienceClub ExperienceWhen You Are the Chairpersonhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Nov2016/RoleNovember-2016 Robert “Bob” KienzleDTM        
Club ExperienceClub ExperienceOnline Connection. Meeting remotely links members around the globe.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Dec2016/OnlineConnectionDecember-2016MagazineJennifer L. BlanckDTM Jennifer L. Blanck, DTM is a member of the Conestoga Toastmasters club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and a regular contributor to Toastmaster magazine.      
Club LeadershipClub LeadershipFinish Strong, how to beat club officer burnouthttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/How-to-Beat-Club-Officer-BurnoutApril-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfMaureen ZappalaDTMhttp://www.MaureenZ.comis a former NASA propulsion engineer. Today she’s a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Medina Club in Medina, Ohio. Visit her website at www.MaureenZ.com.      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsActivate Your Audience: Demonstrate Mar-1984           
Club MeetingsEducational Program100,100th CTM Certificate Awarded Apr-1984           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsManaging Small Meetings Apr-1984           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMinding Your Meeting Plan P’s and Q's Jul-1984           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramImproved Educational System Jul-1984           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsBe Prepared for Table Topics Nov-1984           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEnhance Evaluations...of Yourself Dec-1984           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEnhance Evaluations...of Others Dec-1984           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramEducational Improvements Enhance Your Future Jan-1985           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsArea Holds Table Topics Tourney Feb-1985           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThreshold Effect-Transforming Guests to Members Apr-1985           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipFly High in Formation Apr-1985           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipTurn the Tables on Prospects Apr-1985           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMagnify the Grammarian’s Role Jun-1985           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipTell It Like It Is (Speak Up) Jun-1985           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsConquer Evaluations: With Audience Participation Dec-1985           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsConquer Evaluations: With Panel Reviews Dec-1985           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPracticing Protocol – A Measure of Manners Mar-1986           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsRoll Out The Red Carpet Mar-1986           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipOver 80 and Still Active May-1986           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipToastmasters Are Timeless May-1986           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipA Century to Share May-1986           
Club MeetingsClubsThe Toastmasters Club...Its Meaning and Values May-1986           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipHave You Earned Your RTM? Dec-1986           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipGet Personal! Jan-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsHow to Serve Table Topics Feb-1987           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluate to Motivate Feb-1987           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsBreak Down to Build Up Feb-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsBattling – The Red Baron Apr-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMeeting By Design May-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsProspect for Club Quotes Jun-1987           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsAn Evaluation Sheet Jul-1987           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsHow Does Your Listening Compute Jul-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTurn The Tables Aug-1987           
Club MeetingsClubsThe Care and Feeding of a Platypus Sep-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Formula Oct-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMake First Impressions Last Dec-1987           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipWhat Is Your Club Worth To You? Dec-1987           
Club MeetingsClubsHow To Start an Advanced Toastmasters Club Feb-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipSpirited Sisters Feb-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipIn Search Of New Blood Mar-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipReel ’Em In And Keep 'Em There Mar-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhen You Conduct a Meeting Apr-1988           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramMeetings of Champions Apr-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMake Meetings Meaningful Apr-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsShipshape Chairmanship Apr-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipPaul F. Oreffice:Dow’s Dynamic Leader May-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsBeing Grammarian Ain’t Easy Jun-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWhen You Are General Evaluator Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEveryone is a Critic Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsFeedback – Your Personal Performance Barometer Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe 10 Commandments of Constructive Feedback Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsOurs is to Reason Why Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWatch Yourself:Videotape is a Valuable Tool Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWalking a Thin Line Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWho Me, Evaluate? Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsDeliver Your Opinions C.O.D. Jul-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipHave You Stopped Growing Aug-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipBeyond the Club Aug-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipReaping Profits with a Corporate Club Sep-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipIs Toastmasters a Secret? Oct-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipLet’s Sell the World on Toastmasters! Oct-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhy An Invocation? Nov-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTop Gun Table Topics Dec-1988           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsGreet The Stranger Warmly Feb-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsChecklist for Speakers Feb-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipThe Mentor Program Saved Our Club Feb-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsProgram your Meetings Apr-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipRecruit Members Through Communication Worksh May-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipReel New Members in But Don’t Leave them Reelin Jun-1989           
Club MeetingsClubsCollegiate Toastmasters:It is Worth Time&Effort Jun-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipBecome a Master Recruiter Jun-1989           
Club MeetingsClubsLessons Learned From a Dying College Club Jun-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsYou Don’t HAVE to Be the Toastmaster Aug-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsAvoiding Toastmasters Burnout Aug-1989           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsCongressional Clubs Host Innovative Meetings Sep-1989           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramMe and My Toastmasters Manual Dec-1989           
Club MeetingsClubsClubs That Mean Business Feb-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsStuck in Another BORING Business Meeting Feb-1990           
Club MeetingsEvaluations"And Now Our Next Evaluator..Mr.Sherlock Holmes May-1990           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluate to Motivate May-1990           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsHow To Be a Better Evaluator:Don’t Follow Rules May-1990           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsDigging for Gold May-1990           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluation or Roast May-1990           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThree Principles of Speech Evaluation May-1990           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluate by Building Rainbows May-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsJunk Mail Table Topics Jun-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTaming Table Topics Jun-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsRx for the 120-Second Blues Jun-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsServing Table Topics Jun-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsProcrastination Can Be Murder Jun-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsAvoid Toastmaster Panic Jun-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipLet’s Get More Members Jul-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsFending Off Murphy Jul-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipUpdate – Judge Charles McBrian:A 53 year membe Aug-1990           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsProgram Arrangers....Now Hear This! Oct-1990           
Club MeetingsClubsRenew Your Club Contract Feb-1991           
Club MeetingsClubsWhere’s The Club Doctor? Feb-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipToastmasters 101 Feb-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Grammarian With a Heart Feb-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipCoping With The Inactive Toastmaster Feb-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipTo Be Or Not To Be Feb-1991           
Club MeetingsClubsWhat Makes a Top Club Mar-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsGrappling With the Gavel Mar-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsHaven’t We Met Before? Mar-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsDare To Be Different Mar-1991           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramTake the Trail to CTM Stardom May-1991           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramThe CTM Pyramid – Part One May-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsCapture That Prospective Member May-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipFella – Today You Really Did It! Jun-1991           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramThe CTM Pyramid – Part Two Jun-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipRetain Those Members Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMaximize your Meetings Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhat’s Worse: Table Topics or a Root Canal? Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe Fine Art of Evaluation Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipHints for New Toastmasters Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipToastmasters and Quality Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipBeyond The IceBreaker Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipNew Members and Icebreaker Coaches Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipExpanding the Mentor System Jul-1991           
Club MeetingsClubsCommunicating In College Sep-1991           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsGuests Are Future Members Dec-1991           
Club MeetingsClubsThe 1 Solution Jan-1992           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramPlanning Your CTM Jan-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsSet Your Meeting On Fire! Feb-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPreparing To Wing It Feb-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Value of Table Topics Feb-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTaking The Terror Our of Table Topics Feb-1992           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWhat About Bob? Apr-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe One-Minute Toastmaster Apr-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipWomen Take A Stand Apr-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsLooking At The Big Picture Jun-1992           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe Friendly Evaluation Jun-1992           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsStretch Your Evaluation Skills Jun-1992           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe Purpose Is Growth Jun-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsBeing a Toastmaster Put Me In “Jeopardy!" Jun-1992           
Club MeetingsEvaluationsDo Your Evaluations Measure Up? Jun-1992           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramBrightening Up The Icebreaker Aug-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Invocation:One of Many Ways to Start meeting Sep-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipMeet Bennie Bough DTM Sep-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWinning At Meetings Nov-1992           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipNew Members Give Your Club the Winning Edge Jan-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipOn Becoming a Toastmaster Jan-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsSynergizing Your Club Jan-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipKeep Your Club Healthy Feb-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipWe Hold These Truths Apr-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipThe Famous Toastmasters Points Apr-1993           
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramThe Evolution of Toastmasters Education Apr-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipLending a Helping Hand Apr-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsKeep the Customer Satisfied May-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPlaying The Toastmasters Game May-1993           
Club MeetingsClub MembershipWhy Build Membership? Jul-1993 Staff         
Club MeetingsClub MembershipTaking Your Show On The Road Jul-1993 Al CooperCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPerfect Attendance Makes Perfect Sense Sep-1993 Frank JongemaCTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramCommunication and Leadership Under Fire Sep-1993 Chris K. FordDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipFilling Empty Seats Oct-1993 Pam PriceCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipA Matter of Growth Oct-1993 Frank D. TehelATM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipMoments of Truth Oct-1993 Thomas MontalboDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipAttention All Toastmasters Dec-1993 Staff         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsYour 60 Second Impression Feb-1994 Jack PurdyATM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipWhere’s George? Mar-1994 D. Bennet RiceCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWinning At Table Topics May-1994 Dean R. BoylesCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Toastmaster as Catcher May-1994 Gary MuldoonCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTable Topics Extravaganza May-1994 Jim BarshopATM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluations: Step Into The Speaker’s Shoes Aug-1994 Sue Tribolini         
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluation: A Giving and Caring Experience Aug-1994 Alan G. FieldDTM        
Club MeetingsClubsChoose Toastmasters During Turbulence Aug-1994 Steve BroeATM        
Club MeetingsClubsThe Corporate Challenge Aug-1994 Arthur S. PenningtonATM        
Club MeetingsClubsElectronics Company Club Sparks ContinuedGrowt Aug-1994 John FermanDTM        
Club MeetingsClubsOur Fundamental Purpose Oct-1994 Dr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
Club MeetingsClub MembershipWhat If… They Had Been Toastmasters? Oct-1994 Janet Whitcomb         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhat’s On the Agenda? Jan-1995 Linda PescatoreCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipSurveys Find High Level of Member Satisfaction Jan-1995 Staff         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPassing the Baton Jan-1995 Gary MuldoonCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipGuidelines and Goals Jan-1995 Scott ChaplinCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipDon’t Leave too Soon Mar-1995 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Club MeetingsClub MembershipHave you Stopped Growing? Mar-1995 David Lee MinerATM        
Club MeetingsClubsConquering Club Conflict Apr-1995 Charles A. JonesCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsOnce a Week is Not Enough Apr-1995 George MylesATM        
Club MeetingsClubsTalking on Vacation Apr-1995 M. Mary MetteeCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTaking Topics to the Tabloids Jul-1995 Dan CarrisonATM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipMy Reasons for Joining Our Club Jul-1995 Reuben CopenCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipRetention: The Other Side of Membership Jul-1995 Steven NeedlerCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPerception is Reality Jul-1995 Horace CavinessDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsOh No, It’s '60 Minutes'! Sep-1995 Robert N. Riter         
Club MeetingsEvaluationsLearn to Give and Take Praise and Criticism Sep-1995 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Club MeetingsClubsThese Clubs Mean Business Dec-1995 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramWarming Up for Your First Speech Jan-1996 Janet Whitcomb         
Club MeetingsClub MembershipWhy Stay in Toastmasters? Jan-1996 Barbara Hickman         
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramAdvance Yourself with Advanced Manuals Mar-1996 Rex PawlakATM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsConfessions of a Table Topics “Junkie" Mar-1996 Johnnie K. HarmanCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTable Topics Twists Mar-1996 Christine Jarzenbeck         
Club MeetingsEvaluationsQuality Evaluations Are Our Mission May-1996 Jill RowlandsDTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsRx For Blue-Chip Evaluations May-1996 Dr. Ann D. VilliersATM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe Do-It-Yourself Evaluation May-1996 Shelley A. English         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsReplace that Demo Team with a Single Toastmaster Jun-1996 David W. McIlhennyDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMaking the Most of the Grammarian Jun-1996 Linda BurghardtCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhen Tough Times Prevail, So Do Toastmasters! Jul-1996 Staff         
Club MeetingsClub MembershipThe Importance of Voting in New Members Jul-1996 Janet Whitcomb         
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramDump the Slump Aug-1996 Dawn FrailDTM        
Club MeetingsC&L AwardsCommunication and Leadership Tracks Oct-1996 Staff         
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramTackling Your Ice Breaker Nov-1996 Erich ViedgeCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPreserving the Club Experience Nov-1996 Staff         
Club MeetingsClub MembershipAre your “Old” Members Slipping Away? Dec-1996 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluate With All Your Intelligences Jan-1997 Robert GoddardATM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsKeep Your Eyes & Ears Open and Your Pen Ready Jan-1997 Jean MarshCTM        
Club MeetingsClubsRacing to Speak May-1997 Kay PrestoDTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramNow that You’ve Given Your 10th Speech Jun-1997 Staff         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Eight D’s of A Meetings Jul-1997 Rev. Keith G. Wright         
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramThe Show Must Go On Jul-1997 Jana BickellATM-S        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhere There’s a Why, There's a Way Aug-1997 Dawn FrailDTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramThe Elusive Ice Breaker Sep-1997 Jonathan Tolstedt         
Club MeetingsClubsToastmasters Conquer Antarctica Feb-1998 Staff         
Club MeetingsEvaluationsFear of Feedback Mar-1998 William L. Hennefrund         
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWhat Makes it so Difficult Mar-1998 Cynthian HammerCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsA Tale of Two Guests Mar-1998 Kai RambowDTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWhen You Are The Evaluator Mar-1998 Dr. Ravi UpadhyeATM-B        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTuning Up Your Table Topics Mar-1998 Sharon Marchisello         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhen You’re the Ah Counter or Grammarian Mar-1998 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Invocations Should Inspire, Not Intimidate Mar-1998 Diana L. JamesATM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipNurture Your Club Relationship Apr-1998 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsBe a Creative Topicmaster! Sep-1998 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Club MeetingsClubsSeven Habits of Successful Clubs Sep-1998 Mary T UrbanskiATM-B        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTable Topics For The Tounge-tied Oct-1998 Jana BickellATM-G        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramStart the New Year with a Bang Jan-1999 Peter V. RadlickATM-B        
Club MeetingsClubsA Louisiana Prison Club is Breaking the Bonds Jan-1999 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramWhen Toastmasters Tasks Seem Like Too Much Trouble Jan-1999 Peggy ShanksATM-B        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsBe Alert to Advice Mar-1999 Kai RambowDTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramThe CTM-Leaving Blues Apr-1999 Frank JacksonCTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramNew Distinguished Club Program Apr-1999 Staff         
Club MeetingsClub MembershipThe Dynamics of Membership Apr-1999 Maryjo BartschM.S.        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsPlanning a Valuable Evaluation Jul-1999 Edward J. StahlmanPh.D, DTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsRX For Meeting Variety Sep-1999 Thomas P. CummingsATM-G        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramLooking Forward Oct-1999 Staff         
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramThe Evolution of Toastmasters Education Oct-1999 Debbie Horn         
Club MeetingsClubsTI Time Capsule: The Hanoi Hilton Toastmasters Oct-1999 Jan Hendrikson         
Club MeetingsClub MembershipFrom Toastmistress to Toastmaster Oct-1999 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramDon’t Quit After Your CTM Dec-1999 Shelia SpencerATM-S        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsEnergize Your Meetings: Don’t Be a Sucker! Jan-2000 Sheila PierceATM-S        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Invocation: One of Many Ways to Start a Meeting Jan-2000 Michael HortonCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Wild and Wonderful Grammarian Feb-2000 Jana BickellATM-G        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTwo’s Company But Three's a Meeting Feb-2000 Gary SchmidtDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsToastmaster of the Meeting – Platform Control Mar-2000 Joe De RicoATM        
Club MeetingsSpeech DevelopmentGet to Know Your Club Members Mar-2000 Robyn HarrisonATM-B        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsEvaluating the Accomplished Speaker Apr-2000 Jo-Anne McDowellDTM  Robertt McDowellDTM    
Club MeetingsEvaluationsComposing Constructive Criticism Apr-2000 James Hillen         
Club MeetingsEvaluationsHow To Evaluate an Ice Breaker Speech Apr-2000 Peter V. RadlickATM-S        
Club MeetingsMentoringA Toastmaster’s Best Friend Jun-2000 Carl H. HendricksonDTM        
Club MeetingsClub ManagementWhen You are the Sergeant-at-Arms Sep-2000 Leslie HamoriCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipThis Laboratory Promotes Good Club Chemistry Sep-2000 Dillard G. HigginsCTM        
Club MeetingsSpeech DevelopmentMake Your Club a Safe Zone Oct-2000 Jim CarmickleATM        
Club MeetingsPersonal AttributesToastmasters Is for All Ages Nov-2000 Paul E. NelsonATM-S        
Club MeetingsClub MembershipPersonality Puzzle Nov-2000 Karen O'Connor         
Club MeetingsPersonal AttributesSnack Time: The Hidden Opportunity Jan-2001 Nancy L. Wright         
Club MeetingsPersonal AttributesMinding Our Toastmanners Jan-2001 Dee DeesDTM        
Club MeetingsTrainingGet Caught In a Brainstorm Jan-2001 Karen Robinson         
Club MeetingsTrainingKeep Creativity Flowing Jan-2001 Karen Robinson         
Club MeetingsDistrict OrganisationThe Club is the Hub Feb-2001 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Club MeetingsEventsMantra for the New Year Mar-2001 Linda Adams         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Importance of Being Grammarian Mar-2001 Linda AdamsCTM        
Club MeetingsTechnologyYour Best Evaluator – You! Apr-2001 Arlo W. RunnigerATM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsGeneral Evaluator Checklist Apr-2001 John Gupta         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsA Book Review in Table Topics May-2001 Frances O'MalleyATM-B        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsPlaying Games Sep-2001 Cindy PavellaDTM        
Club MeetingsClubsExperiencing the Gavel Club Sep-2001 Jean ShiposATM-S        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMake Table Topics User Friendly Sep-2001 Mary MenkeCTM        
Club MeetingsSpeechesCreating ’Pocket Speeches' Nov-2001 Sylvia A. Zitek         
Club MeetingsSpeaker DevelopmentDon’t Be Afraid to Jump In Dec-2001 Shelia SpencerATM-G        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramEarn Your CTM in 2002 Jan-2002 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Club MeetingsAwards’Best Speaker’ Reconsidered Jan-2002 Ann BlochATM-S        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsSet to Trap … Or Set to Succeed? Jan-2002 Bryan ShawCTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsDon’t Let a Bad Evaluation Ruin Your Day May-2002 Angelique H. Caffrey         
Club MeetingsSpeech DevelopmentAsk Miss Behavin’: Make It Sizzle! Aug-2002 Brenda CaineATM-G        
Club MeetingsClub ManagementA President’s Main Job: Show Up! Aug-2002 Martha DarlingATM-B        
Club MeetingsSpeechesNo Non-Manual Speeches Oct-2002 Robert F. NeargarderDTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe Ease of Evaluations Nov-2002 Sophie WaghornCTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsDealing With a Bad Evaluation Nov-2002 Linda AdamsCTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe Collaborative Evaluation Nov-2002 Shelia SpencerDTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsBuild Your Skill Nov-2002 Dena HarrisCTM        
Club MeetingsClub ManagementUse Your Membership Record Mar-2003 Michael TallanATM-B        
Club MeetingsClub ManagementIf Your Club Has Difficulty Finding Potential Club Officers Mar-2003 Shelia SpencerDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsLie, Cheat and Steal Your Way to Table Topics Success Jul-2003 Shelia SpencerDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Table Topicsmaster’s Seven Deadly Sins Jul-2003 Leigh SmithCL        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Recognition Factor Oct-2003 Cindy Ventrice         
Club MeetingsClub ManagementMaking Peace: Negotiating Club Conflicts Jan-2004 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsDo You Belong to the Ideal Club? Jan-2004 Staff         
Club MeetingsPersonal AttributesHow I Made Miss Manners Proud Feb-2004 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Club MeetingsEmotionsTen Ways to Lose Weight in Toastmasters Mar-2004 Paula Syptak PriceCL        
Club MeetingsPersonal AttributesDevelop Your Best Self May-2004 Jacqueline M. DavidsonATM-B        
Club MeetingsClubsCapitalizing on the Corporate Connection Jun-2004 Shelia SpencerDTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsHow Encouraging are Your Evaluations? Aug-2004 Ken FeldtATM-B        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhy Fix It? It’s Not Broke! Nov-2004 Jacqueline TanaseATM-S        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Timer – Protector of Lives Nov-2004 Ken BarrATM-G        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsProtocol: The Glue that Holds a Club Together Nov-2004 Patricia L. FryATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe Power of Potential Jan-2005 Sherry Minnard Rappaport         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsOh, Those Topics! Jan-2005 Jack CooleyATM-S        
Club MeetingsPersonal AttributesInvolve Your Child in the Toastmasters Experience Oct-2005 Shelly FeltCTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsBe a Touring Toastmaster Oct-2005 Noreen O’BrienATM-B        
Club MeetingsSpeaker DevelopmentThe Ultimate Table Topic Oct-2005 Mike MaranATM-B        
Club MeetingsRelationshipsBe the “I Can!” Toastmaster Nov-2005 Linda J. YoungATM-B        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsAbsent But Loyal May-2006 Caren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
Club MeetingsClub ManagementHow I Learned Customer Service as a Club Officer Jun-2006 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Club MeetingsClub BuildingRecommendations from an Ex-Guest Jun-2006 Michael StoutCTM        
Club MeetingsClub BuildingRecruiting for the 21st Century Toastmaster Jun-2006 Steve Brandon         
Club MeetingsClub MembershipDo You Want New Members? Jun-2006 Jennifer L. BlanckATM-B, ALhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
Club MeetingsClub MembershipDistrict 45’s Triple Crown Program Jun-2006 Carl DuivenvoordenDTM        
Club MeetingsSpeechesA Party to Die For Aug-2006 Tracey MaroneyATM-B        
Club MeetingsGoal SettingHow to Succeed in Toastmasters Oct-2006 Rajeev PandeyDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTune-Up Your Table Topics Dec-2006 Jack M. KantolaDTM        
Club MeetingsClubsDo You Belong to the Ideal Club? Jan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxStaff         
Club MeetingsTechnologyBuild It and They Will Comehttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Build-It-and-They-Will-ComeJan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxBeth StinsonCLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Build-It-and-They-Will-ComeA member of Greater Olney Toastmasters in Silver Springs, Maryland. Reach her at beth.stinson@yahoo.com.      
Club MeetingsEvaluationsDo You Dread Receiving an Evaluation? Feb-20070C27DAB2C700400FA944BC0DD832CE37.ashxJames ClarkDTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluations3 Points to Keep Your Evaluation on Target Feb-20070C27DAB2C700400FA944BC0DD832CE37.ashxShelia SpencerDTM        
Club MeetingsTrainingSpeechcraft Participants Thrive in County Jail May-200749B740E9A118451EBBB80B4B45C2ADAA.ashxCharles W. Buffington IIIATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/For-the-Novice-Six-Simple-Steps-to-Writing-a-Fantastic-SpeechCo-author of the book He Said It! I Did It! and a member of Technology Park Toastmasters in Norcross, Georgia.      
Club MeetingsSpeech Development10 Tips for Talking Heads – when you are on the air Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxDavid Yewman         
Club MeetingsSpeechesMeeting on TV – How a club uses Video to promote itself Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxDavid LisnekACS        
Club MeetingsClubsA Winning Partnership: Toastmasters and Bank of America Oct-2007271E513936E14B76B9264A63898C6A7B.ashxCarl DuivenvoordenDTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsAssessing Your Evaluations Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxJohn SpaithACS        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsWhat? A Standing Ovation for an Evaluation? Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxJudith C. TingleyPh.D, DTM        
Club MeetingsEvaluationsThe 3 Rs of Evaluating: Review, Reward and Respond Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxDavid HobsonDTM        
Club MeetingsEducational ProgramExperiencing the Competent Leadership Manualhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Keep-Guests-Coming-BackDec-200746C19D17FA0A41F088DCEFF9A96CD35D.ashxJean G. HogleDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Keep-Guests-Coming-BackA member of GE Salem Club 2675 in Salem, Virginia. Contact her at HogleJG@aol.com.      
Club MeetingsClubsTipping Points Feb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Club MeetingsClubsAt Microsoft, Toastmaster Clubs are PC Mar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsMastering Table Topics Apr-2008FCEFF29F23C9435184CC605A90E3835C.ashxBob LeaACS, CL        
Club MeetingsResourcesToastmasters in Iraq: Club Triumphs at Camp Victory May-2008533DC02201EC453F83783C56BD8592F1.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazineAbel TrevinoArmy Sgt.    
Club MeetingsClubsCRA: A treasure worth tapping Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxCarl DuivenvoordenDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsRecapture the Love for Your Club Feb-201493E94F2F4DA642E2817850753BFCCC5D.ashxNicole Sweeney EtterCC, CL        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsExperimenting With Success Mar-20145D95B4CE27964C58BCE67E225CFDA942.ashxPeter A Balaskas         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsBecoming the Grammarian Mar-20145D95B4CE27964C58BCE67E225CFDA942.ashxLynn MacKaben Brown         
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsViva La Différence in Club Meetings! Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxJennifer L. BlanckDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsTaking the Pulse of Your Club Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsThe Theme Team May-2014B800DCFD4A5F410B9A1A75A5FB64EAE7.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhen You're the Topicsmaster… Jun-2014378B1C5912C24D19985F9089CD418A71.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Club MeetingsClub ManagementClub Management (of a large club) Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxMaciej KietlinskiCC, ALB        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsWhy Do We Time Everything? Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxTim PowellDTM        
Club MeetingsClub MeetingsCreate a Quality Experiencehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Create-a-Quality-ClubOct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxMelanie KlinghofferCC, ALBhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Create-a-Quality-ClubFounder of Powerful Transformations, a training and development company that helps leaders and organizations achieve excellence. She is also a keynote speaker, corporate trainer and member of the Toastmasters of La Jolla club. Visit her at www.MelanieKlinMary Nesfield     
Club ProfileClub ProfileMercy Ships Toastmasters: Harbouring Health. Members offer on board care to global citizens in need. May-2016Toastmaster- May 2016.pdfMelanie D G Kaplan http://melaniedgkaplan.comMelanie D G Kaplan writes about travel, technology, humans and dogs. She is based in Washington DC and writes for many publications including National Parks magazine and The Washington Post.      
Club QualityLeadershipThe Psychology of Human Needs Oct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxMelanie KlinghofferCC, ALBhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Create-a-Quality-ClubFounder of Powerful Transformations, a training and development company that helps leaders and organizations achieve excellence. She is also a keynote speaker, corporate trainer and member of the Toastmasters of La Jolla club. Visit her at www.MelanieKlin      
Club QualityClub MeetingsMake 2016 the Year to Have Fun with Your Club!http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Have-Fun-with-Your-ClubJan-2016EEC90B33F90E4B10A4CBB5E7C501538A.ashxStaff         
Club QualityClub ExperienceMeasuring What Matters. Why you should care about the Distinguished Club Program.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Oct2016/MeasuringOctober-2016 Floyd R. StrayerACB, ALB Floyd R. Strayer, ACB, ALB is president of the Sharp Toastmasters club in Chula Vista, California, and an area ­director in District 5.      
Club QualityClub ExperienceThe DCP Takes a Turn in Pathways. Program’s principle is the same, but goals will reflect the new learning structure.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Oct2016/DCPOctober-2016 Paul Sterman  Paul Sterman is a senior editor of Toastmaster magazine.      
ColumnFunny You Should Say ThatBe My Valentinehttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Feb2017/CadleyFebruary 2017John Cadley http://www.cadleys.comJohn is a former advertising copywriter, freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Coming SoonEducational ProgrammeThe Possibilities of Pathways - Toastmasters' innovative new learning experience offers an expanded education. July-2016 Paul Sterman  Senior editor of The Toastmaster magazine.      
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CommunicationRelationshipsNetwork Your Way to the Top May-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementPreside with Pride May-1989           
CommunicationCommunicationOpen up Those Golden Ears May-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementHow To Get Your Speeches Published Jun-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementExtending the Life of Your Speech Jun-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsGet a Grip! Jul-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Conquest of Civilization over Barbarism Jul-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsSaying No – Writing Letters of Refusal Aug-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsSending the Right Message Aug-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Art of Letter Writing Aug-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementClub Secretary’s Dos & Don'ts on Writing Minutes Aug-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementComplain With Power Aug-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsExcuses, Excuses Oct-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementPalatial 10th Anniversary Oct-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementTriangulate Your Talk Oct-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsFrom Little White Lies to Tall Tales Oct-1989           
CommunicationCommunicationTwenty Ways to be a Better Talker Nov-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementHere’s Looking At You Dec-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementCreating Your Club Newsletter Dec-1989           
CommunicationClub Management"Release Your Press" Dec-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementWho, Me? Editor? WHY NOT? Dec-1989           
CommunicationClub Management15 Ideas on How To Promote Toastmasters Dec-1989           
CommunicationClub ManagementToastmasters on a Stick Dec-1989           
CommunicationRelationshipsDish It Out Diplomatically Mar-1990           
CommunicationCommunicationThe Key to Long-Term Relationships Mar-1990           
CommunicationRelationshipsNothing More Than Common Sense and Communi Mar-1990           
CommunicationRelationshipsGetting Your Slice of the Pie Mar-1990           
CommunicationCommunicationAre You a Responsible Communicator? Mar-1990           
CommunicationCommunicationFriend or FOE? Mar-1990           
CommunicationRelationshipsNegotiating Power Mar-1990           
CommunicationRelationshipsBuilding Camaraderie In Your Club Mar-1990           
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Fine Art of Encouragement May-1990           
CommunicationClub Management10 Ways To Be a More Powerful Speaker Aug-1990           
CommunicationRelationshipsGetting Your Audience Members to Agree Sep-1990           
CommunicationClub ManagementCommunicate Effectively-Prepare a Club Budget Oct-1990           
CommunicationClub ManagementTMI Board Report 1989-90 Nov-1990           
CommunicationClub ManagementMastering the Written Word Dec-1990           
CommunicationClub ManagementDirty Secrets of a Bulletin Editor Dec-1990           
CommunicationClub ManagementParliamentary Procedure With a Twist Mar-1991           
CommunicationCommunicationHow Well Do You Listen? Mar-1991           
CommunicationClub ManagementI’m So Confused! Apr-1991           
CommunicationCommunicationCommunication is More Than the Hide of a Bull Apr-1991           
CommunicationCommunicationWhich Type of Listener Are You? Jun-1991           
CommunicationRelationshipsDon’t Dabble In Dirt Jun-1991           
CommunicationClub ManagementForest Of The Future Jan-1992           
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Courage To Compete Jan-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementTake a Few Minutes Feb-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementEschew Podium Odium Feb-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementElements of an Effective Speech Feb-1992           
CommunicationCommunicationWhat’s Your C.Q.? Mar-1992           
CommunicationRelationshipsMind Your Business Manners Mar-1992           
CommunicationRelationshipsLet’s Hear It For Volunteers Mar-1992           
CommunicationCommunicationWho Says Communication Is Like the Weather? May-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementPlan It, Or They’ll Pan It! May-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementThe Delicate Art of Problem-Solving Jul-1992           
CommunicationRelationshipsTalk is Cheap: Misunderstanding Gets Expensive Aug-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementPublic Relations in a Company Club Sep-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementPut More Punch In Your PR Sep-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementHow to Advertise Your Club For Free Sep-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementPublicity: Vital To Your Club’s Health Sep-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementAmerican and Russian Toastmasters Oct-1992           
CommunicationClub ManagementTI Board Report 1991-92 Nov-1992           
CommunicationRelationshipsMargaret Thatcher: The Iron Lady Dec-1992           
CommunicationRelationshipsUnderstanding Cross-Gender Misunderstanding Mar-1993           
CommunicationRelationshipsLessons From a Comedic Legend Mar-1993           
CommunicationClub ManagementA Nifty Nominating Idea Apr-1993           
CommunicationClub ManagementAdding Energy and Ecstacy to Club Elections Apr-1993           
CommunicationRelationshipsSmall Talk: Big Results May-1993           
CommunicationClub ManagementSharing The Frequency Jul-1993 Rebecca Mickey         
CommunicationClub ManagementWhat’s P.R.? Jul-1993 Terry ChinneryDTM        
CommunicationClub Management17 Ideas on How to Promote Toastmasters Jul-1993 Staff         
CommunicationClub ManagementUnleash Your Club’s Public Relations Power! Jul-1993 Mitchell FriedmanDTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementGrow New Members with Grassroots Publicity Jul-1993 Pamela Hegarty         
CommunicationClub Management12 Steps to Better Newsletters Sep-1993 Mike R. DrummondCTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementGather All The News That’s Fit to Use Sep-1993 Nancy Hancock         
CommunicationClub ManagementWidows & Orphans Sep-1993 Kenneth T PawulskiCTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementStart At the End Oct-1993 John Ziemba         
CommunicationClub ManagementStart the New Year With Club Goals Jan-1994 Staff         
CommunicationRelationshipsToastmaster Judo Jan-1994 Dennis KessingerCTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsSelling Your Ideas Jan-1994 Richard G. Ensman Jr         
CommunicationRelationshipsPersuasion Without Pressure Jan-1994 Tamra B. Orr         
CommunicationRelationshipsPersuasive Power of Clearly Reasoned Conviction Jan-1994 William WettlerCTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Personalized Toastmaster Feb-1994 Sandra WilsonATM        
CommunicationRelationshipsHarvey Mackay: Corporate Communicator Mar-1994 Kathy O'Connell         
CommunicationClub ManagementDo You Belong to the Ideal Club Mar-1994 Staff         
CommunicationClub ManagementReaching the Summit of Excellence Mar-1994 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
CommunicationRelationshipsTaming Turbulent Toastmasters Mar-1994 Al VopataPh.D, DTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementAre You Driving Away Your Fellow Club Members? Mar-1994 Thomas MontalboDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationLearning to Listen Apr-1994 Joanne Sherman         
CommunicationClub ManagementZero Defects May-1994 Keith Shannon         
CommunicationRelationshipsA Club Under Siege Jun-1994 Glen Camomile         
CommunicationRelationshipsHow to Make (and Keep) Friends Jun-1994 Victor M. Parachin         
CommunicationClub ManagementMission of Toastmasters International Jun-1994 Staff         
CommunicationClub ManagementThe Greatest Toastmasters Club in the World Sep-1994 Greg WillihnganzCTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsSmall Talk is a Big Thing Sep-1994 Dorrine Turecamo         
CommunicationClub ManagementBroadcast News (Toastmasters Style) Dec-1994 Carol Tanis         
CommunicationClub ManagementNew PSAs Leave Actors Speechless Jan-1995 Staff         
CommunicationRelationshipsA Leader’s Greatest Challenge: Motivating Volunteers Mar-1995 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
CommunicationRelationshipsHow to Handle Confrontation Apr-1995 Mary Anne DavittCTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsManners Matter May-1995 Eve Carr         
CommunicationRelationshipsThere’s More to Conversation Than Just Talk Jun-1995 Barney KingstonATM        
CommunicationRelationshipsBanning the Bore Jun-1995 Patricia Brennan         
CommunicationRelationshipsHow to Be a Friend in Deed to a Friend in Need Aug-1995 Victor M. Parachin         
CommunicationRelationshipsFriends, Romans, Toastmasters Aug-1995 William H. Stevenson IIIATMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Cutting-Out-Filler-WordsA freelance writer in Huntsville, Alabama. He was formerly a member of three Toastmasters clubs in the Huntsville area. Contact him at whsteve3@aol.com.      
CommunicationRelationshipsExploring the Subtleties of Persuasion Aug-1995 Mark Boylan         
CommunicationClub ManagementTips from Top Clubs Dec-1995 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationClub ManagementIn Government Service Dec-1995 Richard PaceDTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementMadness at the Mall Mar-1996 Lynn C. BrownDTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementPublicity: Life’s Biggest Table Topic Mar-1996 Elliott EssmanATM        
CommunicationClub ManagementWrite Your Own Promotional Articles Apr-1996 Joe A. HolmesATM        
CommunicationClub ManagementInspiring Officer Performance Aug-1996 Wade ChabassolCTM        
CommunicationCommunicationCommunicating and Negotiating Internationally Sep-1996 James G. Patterson         
CommunicationClub ManagementMission Possible Oct-1996 Staff         
CommunicationClub ManagementServing as Club President Jan-1997 David H. WillisCTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementThe Top 10 things I Learned while Club President Jan-1997 Lori SpanglerATM-B        
CommunicationRelationshipsDo You Have an Appetite For Input Feb-1997 Fred Pryor         
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Authority Feb-1997 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
CommunicationCommunicationListen Carefully Mar-1997 Penelope Bryant TurkATM        
CommunicationClub ManagementBanking On Toastmasters Apr-1997 Staff         
CommunicationClub ManagementYour 1997-98 Officer Candidates Jun-1997 Staff         
CommunicationRelationshipsMaking Friends Sep-1997 Victor M. Parachin         
CommunicationRelationshipsDig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty Dec-1997 Kai RambowDTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsNetwork Your Way to Success Dec-1997 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationClub ManagementMission and Vision Statements Feb-1998 Staff         
CommunicationCommunicationThe Gift of Gab, Use it or lose it. Feb-1998 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationClub ManagementA Toastmaster Wears Many Hats Mar-1998 Tamra B. Orr         
CommunicationClub ManagementWhen You Are the Club President Mar-1998 Rich OwenATM        
CommunicationClub ManagementTrain of Thought Apr-1998 Kathleen WiacekCTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Power of Three Little Words Apr-1998 Victor M. Parachin         
CommunicationClub Management1998-99 Officer Candidates Jun-1998 Staff         
CommunicationRelationshipsGet a Grip! Jul-1998 Gary P. PittmanATM        
CommunicationProfessionsMaster the Job Interview Jul-1998 Mark A. HammertonATM-B        
CommunicationSpeaker DevelopmentThe ABC’s of Public Speaking Jul-1998 Donald L. CaruthPh.D  Gail D. Handlogten     
CommunicationCommunicationMind Your Listening Manners Jul-1998 Karen Robertson         
CommunicationPersonal AttributesNetiquette Jul-1998 Naresh Srinivasan         
CommunicationPersonal AttributesSpeak with Style Jul-1998 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationRelationshipsManners Matter Jul-1998 Elaine PhillipsDTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsMind Your Peas and Q’s: Rules of Dining Etiquette Jul-1998 Marjorie Brody         
CommunicationSpeechesMaster the Television Interview Aug-1998 Patricia Smoak DavisATM-B        
CommunicationClub ManagementAir Your Message With Confidence Aug-1998 Peter F. JeffCTM        
CommunicationSpeaker DevelopmentTest your Speaking Smarts Sep-1998 Michael HintonATM-G  Brian SaykalyCLNick Waldteufel   
CommunicationEvaluationsFocus on Feedback Nov-1998 Tara RishterPh.D, DTM  Kai RambowDTM    
CommunicationRelationshipsDealing with Difficult People Nov-1998 Elly Victoria DarwinCTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Art of Conversation Feb-1999 Elizabeth R. Spar         
CommunicationRelationshipsCreate the Conversational Masterpiece Feb-1999 Penny B. Devlin         
CommunicationClub Management1999 Top 10 Newsletter Contest Rules Mar-1999 Staff         
CommunicationClub ManagementStrive to Meet These Standards Mar-1999 Staff         
CommunicationClub ManagementDo You Have the Newsletter Blues? Mar-1999 Michelle Boehm         
CommunicationClub ManagementYour Club Newsletter: Tips From Award-Winning Editors Mar-1999 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationClub ManagementToastmasters in Colorful Tutus Apr-1999 Mary Maloney Cronin         
CommunicationClub ManagementYour 1999-2000 Officer Candidates Jun-1999 Staff         
CommunicationCommunicationWhy Don’t We Hear Others Jul-1999 Purdue University         
CommunicationCommunicationAre You Listening? Jul-1999 Tom Jenkins         
CommunicationCommunicationIntelligent Listening … Jul-1999 Dr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
CommunicationClub ManagementCarrying on Club Traditions Sep-1999 Lois SmithATM-B, CL        
CommunicationRelationshipsConversation Stealers Sep-1999 G. Robert Geyer         
CommunicationClub ManagementBy Invitation Only Dec-1999 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationE-Mail Etiquette Dec-1999 Marjorie Brody         
CommunicationRelationshipsBecome a Better Conversationalist Dec-1999 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationCommunicationGuidelines for Contacting TI’s Headq. Via E-Mail Dec-1999 Staff         
CommunicationEducational ProgramBreaking the Ice in Style Jan-2000 Linda Meehan         
CommunicationSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking Tips from the Experts Jan-2000 Staff         
CommunicationResourcesUse It Or Lose It Apr-2000 Tina SallounCTM        
CommunicationResourcesSurviving the Time Crunch Apr-2000 Staff         
CommunicationClub MembershipMember Survey Says … Apr-2000 Staff         
CommunicationCommunicationPublic Speaking in the Information Age Apr-2000 Shelia SpencerATM-S        
CommunicationTechnologyTI Is Only a Mouse Click Away May-2000 Staff         
CommunicationEmotionsThe Essential Art of Focused Attention May-2000 Pamela Ziemann         
CommunicationCommunicationContacting TI Via E-Mail May-2000 Staff         
CommunicationSpeaker DevelopmentOur Goal – Real Talk Jul-2000 Nell WestbrookATM        
CommunicationRelationshipsSmall Talk Is a Big Deal Jul-2000 Dianna Booher         
CommunicationCommunicationPen & Paper Feb-2001 James A. Nelson         
CommunicationWorking With WordsGrammar Rules Feb-2001 James A. Nelson         
CommunicationRelationshipsHow to Resolve Conflict Mar-2001 Paula FlemingATM-S        
CommunicationSpeechesWill They Remember You? May-2001 Mark A. HammertonATM-B        
CommunicationClub ManagementPromoting Your Club’s Web Site Jun-2001 Linda Adams         
CommunicationRelationshipsFive Rules for Appropriate Networking at Club Meet Jun-2001 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationRelationshipsWhat’s in a Name Jul-2001 Mary Ann ClifftCTM        
CommunicationSpeechesDon’t Be a Technophobe! Sep-2001 Chuck McConnellATM        
CommunicationRelationshipsToastmasters Teaches Friendship Oct-2001 Dena HarrisCTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementWhen You are the VPE: Overcoming the Challenge of Schedules Jan-2002 Linda AdamsCTM        
CommunicationSpeech DevelopmentThe Two Invoilate Laws of Speaking Feb-2002 Paul Evans         
CommunicationCommunicationThe Key to Listening Apr-2002 John IgwebuikePh.D, CTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsHe Said, She Said Apr-2002 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
CommunicationLegalAre You a Copyright Criminal? May-2002 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
CommunicationLegalFair Use: The Presenter’s Quicksand May-2002 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
CommunicationLeadershipContain Wild Fires Jun-2002 Paula Syptak PriceATM        
CommunicationLeadershipC’mon,Baby, Light Their Fires Jun-2002 Paula Syptak PriceATM        
CommunicationWorking With WordsHire Aspirations Jul-2002 Charles R. McConnell         
CommunicationAudiencesAudience Etiquette Nov-2002 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationRelationshipsHow to be a Winner in the International Arena Jan-2003 Gloria AuthATM-S        
CommunicationRelationshipsSpeaking Globally Jan-2003 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
CommunicationClub ManagementTen Commandments for Dealing with Media Jun-2003 Michael Levine         
CommunicationPersonal AttributesWhen in Doubt, Tell the Truth Aug-2003 Tara RishterPh.D, DTM  Kai RambowDTM    
CommunicationPersonal AttributesAre You a Credible Communicator? Aug-2003 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
CommunicationCommunicationHow to Push an Elephant through a Straw Sep-2003 Ken TangenPh.D        
CommunicationClub ManagementCommon Club Conflicts and Solutions Jan-2004 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
CommunicationResourcesPositioning Yourself as an Expert Jan-2004 Aliza Pilar Sherman         
CommunicationWorking With WordsNot From Where You’re Standing Feb-2004 Isabel Gibson         
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Art and Science of Communication Feb-2004 Katherine Meeks         
CommunicationPersonal AttributesWhy Do Top CEOs Shine as Speakers? Mar-2004 Jessica Hatchigan         
CommunicationRole ModelsWhat Great Speakers Do Right Mar-2004 Jessica Hatchigan         
CommunicationCommunicationListen Completely Apr-2004 Fred RivieraCTM        
CommunicationClub ManagementWant to Be on TV? Jun-2004 Jeff Crilley         
CommunicationClub ManagementHow to Get Free Publicity Jun-2004 Aliza Pilar Sherman         
CommunicationLeadershipWhere Do We Go From Here? Aug-2004 Jennifer Morgan         
CommunicationRelationshipsNo, No, and No Again! Sep-2004 Judith C. TingleyPh.D, DTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsSpeaking on Controversial Topics Oct-2004 Aaron BolinCTM        
CommunicationEvaluationsWhen You are the Evaluator Jan-2005 Talia Ehrlich DashowCTM        
CommunicationSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking From the Brain Jan-2005 Corey Deitz         
CommunicationEvaluationsEvaluating the Champion and Novice Speaker Jan-2005 Elliott WilcoxATM-G        
CommunicationProfessionsEffective Sales Techniques Feb-2005 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
CommunicationProfessionsSpeaking = Selling Feb-2005 Sam Silverstein         
CommunicationClub ManagementParliamentary Procedure in 2005 Mar-2005 Jim SlaughterATM        
CommunicationClub ManagementRoad Signs of Parliamentary Motions Mar-2005 Jim ThacherATM        
CommunicationCommunicationWhen you E-mail World Headquarters Apr-2005 Staff         
CommunicationVocal VarietySpeechless! Jun-2005 Caren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationSpeech DevelopmentFine-Tuning Some Old Saws Aug-2005 Thomas Leech         
CommunicationSpeech DevelopmentPower-Start Your Speech Prep Aug-2005 Jeff DunnATM-B        
CommunicationClub ManagementCreating Your Memorable Marketing Message Aug-2005 Sam Silverstein         
CommunicationAudiencesYour Audience Speaks. Are You Listening? Sep-2005 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
CommunicationWorking With WordsNo Need for Negatives Nov-2005 Debra JohanyakPh.D        
CommunicationEmotionsNever Be Too Positive Nov-2005 Phil Slott         
CommunicationSpeechesLessons from Hollywood Nov-2005 Patricia Fripp         
CommunicationRelationshipsA Master Secret of Persuasion Dec-2005 David Garfinkel         
CommunicationSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking of Nightmares Jan-2006 John E. KindeDTM        
CommunicationGoal SettingProjecting Potential Jan-2006 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
CommunicationVocal VarietyThe Science of Silence Jan-2006 Cliff SuttleATM-G        
CommunicationWorking With WordsDebunking the 55%, 38%, 7% Rule Jan-2006 Judith E. PearsonPh.D, DTM        
CommunicationBody LanguageReading Your Listeners’ Nonverbal Signals Feb-2006 Charles R. McConnell         
CommunicationCommunicationThe Fear of Public Speaking: 20 Ways to Get Over it! Apr-2006 Joann M. McCabeATM-S        
CommunicationCommunicationGetting the Council to Vote Yes! Jul-2006 Gary KingATM-B        
CommunicationCommunicationThe Art of Listening Jul-2006 Tracy Line         
CommunicationTrainingMy Day as a Reluctant Lobbyist Jul-2006 Susanne RiehleATM-S        
CommunicationRelationshipsHow Strong is Your Toastmasters Network? Nov-2006 Renate ZornDTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Art of Mingling and Networking Nov-2006 Katherine Meeks         
CommunicationCommunicationHow Well Do You Listen? Nov-2006 Patricia TsangCL        
CommunicationRelationshipsUse Your Toastmasters Training Nov-2006 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
CommunicationVocal VarietyWant a More Powerful Voice? Nov-2006 Judi M. Bailey         
CommunicationSpeechesBeware of the Sales Pitch Dec-2006 John K. BorchardtATM-G        
CommunicationRelationshipsI’ll Never Forget What’s-His-Name Jan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
CommunicationWritingConfessions of a Freelance Speechwriter Apr-20078600D4EDC5104BCE97FEF92CACFDEB7C.ashxColin Moorehouse         
CommunicationClub ManagementWe’ve Heard Your Call! Apr-20078600D4EDC5104BCE97FEF92CACFDEB7C.ashxStaff         
CommunicationTechnologySpeaking of Science May-200749B740E9A118451EBBB80B4B45C2ADAA.ashxErika Ebbel         
CommunicationToastmasters on Mercy sToastmasters Serve the Poor on Mercy Ship Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxMike Osborne         
CommunicationCommunicationCommunicating with Authenticity – Q&A with Barbara de Angelis, Ph.D Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxStaff         
CommunicationClub ManagementSome “Free” Advice – Advertising’s most (in)famous Oct-2007271E513936E14B76B9264A63898C6A7B.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
CommunicationCommunicationThe Power to Change the World Oct-2007271E513936E14B76B9264A63898C6A7B.ashxLinda McGurk         
CommunicationWriting10 Tips for a Terrific Talk: Secrets from the Pros Oct-2007271E513936E14B76B9264A63898C6A7B.ashxShawn DoyleATM-B Author and life coach from southwestern Pennsylvania. A former Toastmaster, he is the author of 18 books. Reach him at www.shawndoylemotivates.com      
CommunicationWritingMaking the Moment Meaningful – Openings Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxDana LaMon  The 1992 Toastmasters World Champion of Public Speaking. He is a member of three clubs in Lancaster, California, and an Accredited Speaker. Reach him at dana@danalamon.com      
CommunicationSpeech DevelopmentWhat not to talk about – Be careful not to pick the w Jan-2008865B1092D4D74EDFB6B99EFE99431761.ashxWilliam DaisakCTM        
CommunicationBody LanguageThe Splendid Gesture Feb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
CommunicationClub ManagementHow to Ask for Money – Tips from a veteran fundraiser Mar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxKatherine WertheimCTM        
CommunicationBody LanguageWho am I now – you are what you wear Apr-2008FCEFF29F23C9435184CC605A90E3835C.ashxKaren HudsonCL        
CommunicationVocal VarietySilence – the Secret of Negotiation May-2008533DC02201EC453F83783C56BD8592F1.ashxLiz Tahir         
CommunicationRelationshipsThe Art of Persuasion May-2008533DC02201EC453F83783C56BD8592F1.ashxPaul Endress         
CommunicationAudiencesThe Never-ending Question – coping with hecklers Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxR. J. StoveCC        
CommunicationSpeech DevelopmentHow to Win Over Teenagers Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxPandora Scooter         
CommunicationSpeech DevelopmentSmall Audiences – the dos and don’ts of speaking t Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationSpeech DevelopmentProtocol for Globe-trotting Toastmasters Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxTerri Morrison https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Communicating-Across-CulturesCo-author of 9 books, including Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands: The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More Than 60 Countries. Is working on her next book, which will be published by the American Bar Association. Visit her website at TerriMorrison.com.      
CommunicationCommunicationBam! Fighting Off the Fears Oct-200819FFD274E9594264AC48E98D47E67226.ashxDoug PalmerCC        
CommunicationCommunicationHow Do the Candidates Communicate? Oct-200819FFD274E9594264AC48E98D47E67226.ashxLinda McGurk         
CommunicationCommunicationAdvice From Istanbul Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxDeniz SeneltCC        
CommunicationCommunicationTalk About Amazing! Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxBeth BlackCC        
CommunicationCommunicationTips on Toasting Well Dec-20082A3989145A0C4BAB9D7BAFE056FE4730.ashxMichael VarmaACG, ALB        
CommunicationCommunicationWhat Will They Walk Away With? Dec-20082A3989145A0C4BAB9D7BAFE056FE4730.ashxBill Lane         
CommunicationCommunicationA Better “I” Contact Jan-20098987ACA45FAF4A93968659236F3541F0.ashxJanet Perez EcklesCTM        
CommunicationCommunicationThe Art of Bragging Feb-2009DE3ED1CF2BFA403487EA6098B805A5EC.ashxJohn SpaithACS        
CommunicationCommunicationGive the Gift of Listening Feb-2009DE3ED1CF2BFA403487EA6098B805A5EC.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
CommunicationCommunicationLeading by a Tale Feb-2009DE3ED1CF2BFA403487EA6098B805A5EC.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationCommunicationSelling My Skills to a School Feb-2009DE3ED1CF2BFA403487EA6098B805A5EC.ashxKealah ParkinsonATM-B        
CommunicationCommunicationCrucial Conversations Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxBarbara Neal Varma         
CommunicationCommunicationWhen Table Topics are Real Apr-2009B7B5E21849BA48DCA162E58555C75C2C.ashxFlorence FerreiraACB, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationDisarm Them With Debate Skills Apr-2009B7B5E21849BA48DCA162E58555C75C2C.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
CommunicationCommunicationHere’s How to Work a Room Jun-2009100D37228BD448E3A6BE6C0D67AD4785.ashxLin Grensing-Pophal         
CommunicationCommunicationTurning Accents Into Assets Jun-2009100D37228BD448E3A6BE6C0D67AD4785.ashxSher HookerCC        
CommunicationCommunicationSpeech Project #2: TV Star! Jun-2009100D37228BD448E3A6BE6C0D67AD4785.ashxDiana J. Ewing         
CommunicationCommunicationEffective Solutions for Team Conflict Jul-2009BD45E882662E40858F158F0ABBEC8D6A.ashxRenée Evenson         
CommunicationCommunicationCall Me Councilman Sep-2009BBCE2016CF8D48B984116F3B88194A94.ashxDan WinterburnDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationHelping Others Speak Sep-2009BBCE2016CF8D48B984116F3B88194A94.ashxScotty BurchATM-B, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationBreaking Down Stereotypes Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxCorin Ramos         
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking of Business Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxJanelle Thomas         
CommunicationCommunicationKnow Thy Culture Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxFlorence FerreiraACB, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking Eye to Eyehttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Eye-to-EyeDec-2009914D633BA6554222BE78350CE7B051D3.ashxMichael Landrum https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Eye-to-EyeAn executive speaker’s coach and speechwriter in New York. He published a volume of essays titled The Best of the Passionate Speaker. Reach him at www.CoachMike.com.      
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking About Social Responsibility Dec-2009914D633BA6554222BE78350CE7B051D3.ashxHeather O’Neill         
CommunicationCommunicationTalk Smart at the Holiday Office Party Dec-2009914D633BA6554222BE78350CE7B051D3.ashxDon Gabor  Professional speaker and author. Reach him at www.dongabor.com. His latest book, co-authored by Saori Kawano, is Chef’s Choice      
CommunicationCommunicationStanding Tall Jan-201061CED85FFFBA462CB6EA3FD12FF7240D.ashxJamey FrenchDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationA Visit to the Doctor Jan-201061CED85FFFBA462CB6EA3FD12FF7240D.ashxFlorence FerreiraACB, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationOvercoming Objections Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxSam Silverstein         
CommunicationCommunicationThe “Yes I Can” Moment Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxRick SilvaCC        
CommunicationCommunicationBuilding a Better Robotics Team Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxAnna JaworskiATM-S, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationThe Glory of the Story Mar-201067612E10A3284F04AA995C7BA2A4E17F.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
CommunicationCommunicationLet’s Talk About Woodstock Mar-201067612E10A3284F04AA995C7BA2A4E17F.ashxColleen PlimptonACB        
CommunicationCommunicationWhat Do You Say to a Celebrity? Mar-201067612E10A3284F04AA995C7BA2A4E17F.ashxBeth BlackCC        
CommunicationCommunicationThe Best­Kept Networking Secrets May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxHeather O’Neill         
CommunicationCommunicationBeauty, Poise and … Speaking Skills! May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxKatie De Boer         
CommunicationCommunicationThe Power of a Winning Voice May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxEve CappelloDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationFor Mothers: How to Speak With Your Daughter Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxCarol Dean SchreinerDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationFor Fathers: How to Communicate With Your Son Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxNeil Chethik         
CommunicationCommunicationPolitically Speaking Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxRichard BakerDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationLessons From PR Disasters Jul-20100166082946FE4A18AAC0F401B2032F80.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
CommunicationCommunicationCan You Hear Me Now? Jul-20100166082946FE4A18AAC0F401B2032F80.ashxStacey Hanke         
CommunicationCommunicationCharisma: The Magic and the Menacehttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Charisma-The-Magic-and-The-MenaceJul-20100166082946FE4A18AAC0F401B2032F80.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking a Cappella Aug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
CommunicationCommunicationInternational Meet and Greet Aug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxBarbara LewisDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationBecome a Better Conversationalisthttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkAug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxPatricia L. FryATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationCommunicationDelivering Cross­Cultural Humor Aug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxEric FengACS        
CommunicationCommunicationWalking a High Wire Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxJohn SpaithACG, ALB        
CommunicationCommunicationConfessions of a Public Speaker Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxScott Berkun         
CommunicationCommunicationSteps to a Better Interview Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxJennifer L. BlanckACS, ALhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
CommunicationCommunicationAn Honest­To­Goodness Tale Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxSteve JohnsonCC, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking About Sports Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
CommunicationCommunicationStanding on Top of the World Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxSuzanne Frey         
CommunicationCommunicationA King Speaks From the Heart Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxDaniel Bengtsson         
CommunicationCommunicationA Royal Performance Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
CommunicationCommunicationMinding Our Manners in Social Settings Dec-201059B0CD1E3F954DFAB47B0805A3363B58.ashxLana Swearingen         
CommunicationCommunicationPoliticians Tap Into Their Club Experience Dec-201059B0CD1E3F954DFAB47B0805A3363B58.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
CommunicationCommunicationFun With English Feb-201172199.7.pdfBeth BlackCC        
CommunicationCommunicationLessons Learned From My Horse Feb-201172199.7.pdfJames Arthur AndersonPh.D        
CommunicationCommunicationWhat Cultural Lenses Do You Wear Feb-201172199.7.pdfFlorence FerreiraACB, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationHow to Muzzle the Yakker Jun-201169630.11.pdfPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
CommunicationCommunicationThe Language of Lawyers Feb-201202E5AF84820144CF8FF289186943946C.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
CommunicationCommunicationYou Are a Brilliant Woman Feb-201202E5AF84820144CF8FF289186943946C.ashxTara Sophia Mohr         
CommunicationCommunicationProfessional Travelers Apr-2012335083E1EF664ACE8373CD81878D8BFF.ashxBeth Blair         
CommunicationCommunicationYou’re Speaking About What?! Apr-2012335083E1EF664ACE8373CD81878D8BFF.ashxRuth NasrullahCC        
CommunicationCommunicationMaking a Case for Debate May-20126AE7CB324D7F457FB563CADDA05D3465.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
CommunicationCommunicationWhen You Are a Panel Moderator Jun-2012E0584DE8B8D947A4B7FA40C352A9A555.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
CommunicationCommunicationMusic to My Ears Jun-2012E0584DE8B8D947A4B7FA40C352A9A555.ashxRuth NasrullahCC        
CommunicationCommunicationReel ‘Em In: The Anti-Elevator Pitch Aug-2012D49C104DBC5F4687A40629010F9DF8A7.ashxCliff SuttleDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking Through an Interpreter Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxNataly Kelly         
CommunicationCommunicationCommon Speaker Pitfalls Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxCraig Valentine         
CommunicationCommunicationAccentuate the Beat Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxPaddy Kennedy         
CommunicationCommunicationPitching Trust Dec-2012698A3DEE2AA64BA994F27EA601E1EAC2.ashxJack VincentCTM, CL        
CommunicationCommunicationThe Key to Connecting Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxJohn E. KindeDTM, AS  Loren EkrothPh.D    
CommunicationCommunicationPicture This Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationCommunicationThe Art of Small Talk Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxPatricia L. FryATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationCommunicationReading Your Audience Mar-2013A7A5130BEEEB4341AE6001DE10DD9FFA.ashxHoward ScottACBhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Become-a-Better-ThinkerA member of the South Shore Soliloquy Toastmasters in Kingston, Massachusetts. Reach him at dancinghill@gmail.com.      
CommunicationCommunicationThe Power of Cultural References Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxJohn LenteACS, ALBhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Toastmasters-Leadership-Program-Helps-High-School-Wrestling-TeamA member of the Augusta Toastmasters in Augusta, Georgia. He retired from the Air Force in 2014 and is now building a health and wellness business. View his professional profile at LinkedIn.com/in/JohnLente.      
CommunicationCommunicationIt’s a Good Idea—Why Don’t You Get It? Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxMichael LeFan         
CommunicationCommunicationRecycle Your Content Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxNicole Sweeney EtterCL        
CommunicationCommunication28 Surprising Uses for Your Toastmasters Skills May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationCommunicationFeedback with a Recap Jun-2013244585F1B3E74E91952494ACEBBB353F.ashxHoward ScottACBhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Become-a-Better-ThinkerA member of the South Shore Soliloquy Toastmasters in Kingston, Massachusetts. Reach him at dancinghill@gmail.com.      
CommunicationCommunicationRooting Out the Problem Jul-2013A7B06CA5B56645F4963A6EE9458E1071.ashxKristin NickellsACB, ALB        
CommunicationCommunicationHealing Methods Jul-2013A7B06CA5B56645F4963A6EE9458E1071.ashxLynn MacKaben Brown         
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking Face-to-Face Oct-2013F560EE07D8CC4A59BF396F772FC85E36.ashxSusan RoAne         
CommunicationCommunicationSpeechwriting Secrets Nov-2013258B5612D2D547DBA5C95D1890972E70.ashxDenise Graveline         
CommunicationCommunicationThe Gender Communication Gap Nov-2013258B5612D2D547DBA5C95D1890972E70.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationCommunicationBreaking Down the Numbers Dec-20130C0CEB0AA884417A8679AAE54E91B8A2.ashxCarmine Gallo https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersA communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He is the author of Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to Inspire Your Colleagues, Customers and Clients (John Wiley & Sons).      
CommunicationCommunicationTable Talk Dec-20130C0CEB0AA884417A8679AAE54E91B8A2.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
CommunicationCommunicationThe Eyes Have It Dec-20130C0CEB0AA884417A8679AAE54E91B8A2.ashxRuth NasrullahACB, ALB        
CommunicationCommunicationBuzzworthy Speeches of 2013 Jan-2014DB6052890F5C4091B5E6EE1AF9891E99.ashxDenise Graveline         
CommunicationCommunicationThe Power of the Pause Jan-2014DB6052890F5C4091B5E6EE1AF9891E99.ashxJennifer L. BlanckDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
CommunicationSpeaker DevelopmentWhich Type of Speaking Will You Try Next? Mar-20145D95B4CE27964C58BCE67E225CFDA942.ashxDenise Graveline         
CommunicationEvaluationsTips for Improvement (Evaluations) Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxJames ClarkDTM        
CommunicationCommunicationQ&A: Speaking from the Heart Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxShurooq AlBanna         
CommunicationEvaluationsDo You Dread Receiving an Evaluation? Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxJames ClarkDTM        
CommunicationEvaluationsThe Importance of Evaluation Aug-20140272032B80764CB0A7237C951FA0127A.ashxDaniel RexCEO TI        
CommunicationEvaluationsAn Evaluator's Recipe Aug-20140272032B80764CB0A7237C951FA0127A.ashxCarlos David Arzeno         
CommunicationCommunicationBreaking the Ice in Baghdad Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxMoyara RuehsenACS, ALB        
CommunicationCommunicationBecome a Better Conversationalisthttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkDec-2014673668AB45FF4013AA632DD1AA079C8B.ashxPatricia L. FryATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
CommunicationRelationshipsA New Twist on Table Topics Apr-2015D84B28A3D9E843CCB1038A6E535DE68A.ashxValerie WattDTM        
CommunicationRelationshipsDo You Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands?https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Communicating-Across-CulturesApr-2015D84B28A3D9E843CCB1038A6E535DE68A.ashxTerri Morrison https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Communicating-Across-CulturesCo-author of 9 books, including Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands: The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More Than 60 Countries. Is working on her next book, which will be published by the American Bar Association. Visit her website at TerriMorrison.com.      
CommunicationCommunicationCommunication Challenges of a Techie Jul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxCarl RentschlerATM        
CommunicationRelationshipsLeading with Cultural Intelligencehttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leading-with-Cultural-IntelligenceSep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxDavid LivermorePh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leading-with-Cultural-Intelligence10 books, incl. newly revised Leading with Cultural Intelligence & next book, Driven by Difference. Pres. of Cultural Intelligence Center in East Lansing, Michigan, & visiting scholar at Nanyang Business School in Singapore. See www.davidlivermore.com      
CommunicationCommunicationTalk Smart at the Holiday Office Party Dec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxDon Gabor  Professional speaker and author. Reach him at www.dongabor.com. His latest book, co-authored by Saori Kawano, is Chef’s Choice      
CommunicationCommunicationSpeaking One-on-One Dec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxKathleen Fordyce http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/3-Ways-to-Shake-Off-Writers-BlockFreelance writer living in New York. Follow her on Twitter @KathleenFordyce or visit www. LiveLaughWrite.com      
CommunicationLanguageBreaking Language Barriers - Top 10 Tips for connecting with anyone in the worldhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Breaking-Language-BarriersApril-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfDean Foster  Dean Foster is an expert on culture in business and frequently lectures at various universities and conferences. He is the author of many books including Bargaining Across Borders and the Global Etiquette Guide series. He is the director of his own firm, DFA Intercultural Global Solutions dfaintercultural.com.      
CommunicationSuccess StoriesMember Achievements. Speaking engagements, awards and history give these Toastmasters a reason to celebrate.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Aug2016/MemberAchievementsAugust-2016 Sue MillsACS, ALB Sue belongs to Top O' The Rock Toastmasters club, Jacksonville, Florida.      
CommunicationCommunicationIntroduction Construction. How to make a good impression— through planning and practice.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Oct2016/IntroductionOctober-2016 Maureen ZappalaDTMhttp://www.MaureenZ.comMaureen Zappala, DTM is a former NASA propulsion engineer. Today she’s a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Aerospace Toastmasters club in Cleveland, Ohio      
CommunicationCommunication10 Ways to Add More Pizzazz to Your Panel Discussionhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Nov2016/PizzazzNovember-2016 Kristin Arnold http://PowerfulPanels.comKristin Arnold ,a meeting facilitator, moderator, trainer and keynote speaker, is the author of Powerful Panels: A Step-By-Step Guide to Moderating Lively & Informative Panel Discussions at Meetings, Conferences & Conventions. For more information about how to moderate a panel discussion, see Kristin’s free seven-part video course at PowerfulPanels.com.      
Conflict ResolutionRelationshipsSpeaking Up in Tough Situationshttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Up-in-Tough-SituationsOct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxJesse ScintoM.S., ACB, ALBttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Up-in-Tough-Situations#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Up-in-Tough-SituationsMember of Greenspeakers Club in New York, New York. He writes for magazines and is a lecturer in Columbia University’s Strategic Communications programs, where he teaches public speaking and persuasion      
ContestsContestsCelebrate Patriotism with a Speech Contest Sep-1984           
ContestsContestsYou Be The Judge Feb-1986           
ContestsContestsCoordinating Your Contest Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsYou Be The Judge Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsThe Gentle Art of Interviewing Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsThe Winner’s Edge Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsObstacles to Objectivity Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsWhen You’re the Contest Toastmaster Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsThe 1988 International Speech Contest Rules Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsThe Speech Contest:A Challenge and an Event Nov-1987           
ContestsContestsJog to Win that Evaluation Contest Jul-1988           
ContestsContestsGood Judgment Nobody Will Contest Jul-1988           
ContestsContestsWrap Up Your Package and Give it Away Sep-1988           
ContestsContestsThe Competition Dec-1988           
ContestsContestsMore Than a Statistic Dec-1988           
ContestsContestsLearn to Pick a Winner Jun-1990           
ContestsContestsSpeaking To Win Dec-1990           
ContestsContestsAnatomy of a Winning Speech Dec-1990           
ContestsContestsSpeech Contest Rules Dec-1990           
ContestsContestsInternational Speech Contest Rules Dec-1991           
ContestsContestsEnlarge Your Comfort Zone Jan-1992           
ContestsContestsEveryone’s a Winner At Club Contests Dec-1992           
ContestsContestsContestibus Blabbibus and Hostages Nov-1993 Charles A. JonesCTM        
ContestsContestsOf Winners and Losers Nov-1993 Joanne Sherman         
ContestsContestsYou Be the Judge Nov-1993 Debbie Horn         
ContestsContestsI’ll Be Chief WHAT??? Nov-1995 Gil WyckoffATM-S        
ContestsContestsGrabbing The Trophy Nov-1995 Paul W. MellorATM        
ContestsContestsA Second Chance Jul-1996 Mark BrownATM        
ContestsContestsWhen You Are the Contest Toastmaster Mar-2001 Keith E. GordonATM-S        
ContestsContestsBefore You Compete, Read the Rules Mar-2001 Judith C. TingleyPh.D, ATM        
ContestsContestsDon’t Let ‘Murphy’ Ruin Your Speech Contest Nov-2005 Shelia SpencerDTM        
ContestsContestsSay Yes to Speech Contests! Nov-2005 Phil GravittATM-B        
ContestsContestsInternational Speech Contest Rules Nov-2005 Staff         
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsA Winner in Many Ways Oct-200819FFD274E9594264AC48E98D47E67226.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazineBeth Black     
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsThe Real Prize Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxDarren J. La Croix         
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsClub Contests Enrich Everyone Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxGregory LayATM-S        
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsThinking Like a Loser Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxJohn E. KindeDTM, AS        
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsNo One Loses in this Speech Competition Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxColin T. WilliamDTM        
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsHow I Conquered My Contest Fears Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxAngie PalmerACS, ALB        
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsSpeechcraft Superheroes Jul-2009BD45E882662E40858F158F0ABBEC8D6A.ashxEleanor GuderianACG, CL        
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsThe Good, the Bad and the Ugly Aug-200945DDC567F63A4B94A8A84310C09A8EE4.ashxCarol Dean SchreinerDTM        
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsMind Your Toastmanners Sep-2009BBCE2016CF8D48B984116F3B88194A94.ashxDee DeesDTM, PID        
ContestsClub Meetings & ContestsHow a Hunter Captured His Game Nov-2009C0FA860B36BF488EA79764762A566ED7.ashxBeth BlackCC        
ContestsClub Meetings and ContestsTurning the Tables on Table Topics Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
ContestsClub Meetings and ContestsMy Time is Your Time May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxMerrill DaviesACG        
ContestsClub Meetings and ContestsA Matrimonial Meeting Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxTony BieniosekDTM        
ContestsClub Meetings and ContestsMake Them Laugh Aug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxWilliam H. Stevenson III https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Cutting-Out-Filler-WordsA freelance writer in Huntsville, Alabama. He was formerly a member of three Toastmasters clubs in the Huntsville area. Contact him at whsteve3@aol.com.      
ContestsClub Meetings and ContestsA Question of Manners Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxMargaret PageDTM        
ContestsClub Meetings and ContestsPlanning a Speech Contest Nov-2010A9FFC1CEF5FD433A9F522892702CD491.ashxJanet ReeseDTM        
ContestsClub Meetings and ContestsThe Reluctant Competitor Nov-2010A9FFC1CEF5FD433A9F522892702CD491.ashxEdna Talboy         
ContestsContestsDebate Mattershttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersJun-2014378B1C5912C24D19985F9089CD418A71.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
ContestsContestsYou Must be Kidding: Tall Tales are a Tall Order Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
ContestsContestsThe Speech Contest Endgame Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxJohn SpaithACG, ALB        
ContestsContestsBest of 2014 Club Videos Apr-2015D84B28A3D9E843CCB1038A6E535DE68A.ashxStaff         
ContestsContestsTwo Paths to Speech Contests Oct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxMaureen ZappalaDTMttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-Workout#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-WorkoutFormer NASA propulsion engineer. Today she’s a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Medina Club in Medina, Ohio. Visit her website a      
DiversityCommunicationHoliday Gift Giving Around the Worldhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Holiday-Gift-Giving-Around-the-WorldDec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxDean Foster http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Breaking-Language-BarriersExpert on culture in business and frequently lectures at various universities and conferences. He is the author of many books including Bargaining Across Borders and the Global Etiquette Guide series. He is the director of his own firm, DFA Intercultural      
DiversityRelationshipsBreaking Language Barriershttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Breaking-Language-BarriersApr-2016 Dean Foster http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Breaking-Language-BarriersExpert on culture in business and frequently lectures at various universities and conferences. He is the author of many books including Bargaining Across Borders and the Global Etiquette Guide series. He is the director of his own firm, DFA Intercultural      
Education ProgramEducational ProgramAn Education Program for the Futurehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureMar-201617B6B7E38B614C26A76A4363DDFAFF7A.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
Family CommunicatonCommunicationA Portrait of Love and Leadership Dec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxPaulo VasconcelosCC Electronic and telecommunications engineer for EDP, Portugal’s biggest energy utility company, where he plays a key role in company communication within communities. In 2007, he joined Toastmasters as a charter member of the Oporto Toastmasters Club in Ma      
Family ProfilePersonalA Family Affair April-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfMelanie D G Kaplan http://melaniedgkaplan.comMelanie D G Kaplan writes about travel, technology, humans and dogs. She is based in Washington, D.C., and writes for many publications, including ational Parks magazine and The Washington Post. View her website at melaniedgkaplan.com.      
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsJohn F. Kennedy: The Neglected Voice Nov-1993 Tom Laichas         
Famous SpeakersSpeechesIn Memory of Frank I. Spangler, 1906-1998 Aug-1998 Staff         
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsMeet the Five Outstanding Speakers of 1999 Jan-2000 Staff         
Famous SpeakersAwardsNido Qubein – Blessed With Opportunities May-2000 Staff         
Famous SpeakersClub MeetingsLeonardo da Vinci: A Toastmaster at Heart May-2000 Lisa Conley         
Famous SpeakersWritingShakespeare: Master Speechwriter Aug-2000 Thomas MontalboDTM        
Famous SpeakersPersonal AttributesMiss America 1997 Talks to Teens Nov-2000 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsMeet the Five Outstanding Speakers of 2000 Dec-2000 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsThe Movers and Shakers Feb-2001 Brian CluerCTM        
Famous SpeakersSpeech DevelopmentThe Truth About Gettysburg Jun-2001 Art JohnsonATM        
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsThe Literary Lincoln Jun-2001 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Famous SpeakersHumorAbraham Lincoln’s Humor Jun-2001 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Famous SpeakersSpeaker DevelopmentMeet Famous Toastmaster Joe Conley Sep-2001 Robert Rusk         
Famous SpeakersSpeaker DevelopmentThe Way They Said It Nov-2001 Parker Payson   Amanda Lake     
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsMeet the Five Outstanding Speakers of 2001 Dec-2001 Cindy ChambersCTM        
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsThe Wit and Wisdom of Mark Twain Mar-2002 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsHarry Truman: The Plain-Spoken President Apr-2002 Christie Scotty         
Famous SpeakersAwardsToastmasters 2002 Golden Gavel Recipient: Dr. Richard Lederer - America’s Wittiest Verbalist May-2002 Staff         
Famous SpeakersSpeaker DevelopmentLearning from Anchors Jun-2002 William L. Hennefrund         
Famous SpeakersSpeechesElizabeth I, Queen of Speechcraft Jun-2002 Caren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
Famous SpeakersLeadershipNapoleon Bonaparte: Legendary Leader Jul-2002 Victor Kamenir         
Famous SpeakersSpeaker DevelopmentFighting Words Jul-2002 Eugene Finerman         
Famous SpeakersBody LanguageThe Rope Master’s Points on Props Dec-2002 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
Famous SpeakersRelationshipsWho is Alex Trebek? Mar-2003 Eugene Finerman         
Famous SpeakersAwardsToastmasters 2003 Golden Gavel Recipient: Debbi Fields Mar-2003 Staff         
Famous SpeakersLeadershipLessons in Leadership Mar-2003 Carmine Gallo https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersA communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He is the author of Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to Inspire Your Colleagues, Customers and Clients (John Wiley & Sons).      
Famous SpeakersSpeaker DevelopmentAloha from Hawaii’s Governor Linda Lingle Jul-2003 Joann M. McCabeATM-B        
Famous SpeakersLeadershipBuilding Blocks of Leadership Aug-2003 Carmine Gallo https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersA communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He is the author of Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to Inspire Your Colleagues, Customers and Clients (John Wiley & Sons).      
Famous SpeakersAwardsA Recipe for Success Oct-2003 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsEarl Charles Spencer – The Eulogy for Princess Diana Dec-2003 Richard Greene         
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsArnold Schwarzenegger – From Terminator to Communicator Dec-2003 Staff         
Famous SpeakersSpeaker DevelopmentOne Speaker at a Time Jan-2004 Sally Richards         
Famous SpeakersRole ModelsWhat If They Had Been Toastmasters? Oct-201405EE8ED1E4FE4309A4FEA3E415D42A34.ashxJanet WhitcombCTM        
FeatureProfileMeet Geoff Regan, Canada's Speaker of the House of Commonshttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Aug2016/GeoffReganAugust-2016 Paul Sterman  Paul Sterman is senior editor of Toastmaster magazine.      
FeaturePersonal GrowthWe are what we do. Habits and goals go hand in hand.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/HabitJanuary-2017Maureen ZappalaDTMhttp://www.MaureenZ.comMaureen is a forma NASA propulsion engineer. Today she's a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Aerospace Toastmasters club in Cleveland, Ohio.      
FeatureCommunicationThe Toastmaster Whisperer.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/WhispererJanuary-2017Craig HarrisonDTM, PDG Craig is a charter member of Silicon Valley ImprovMasters, is the founder of the training firm Expressionsof-Excellence.com.      
FeatureClub ExperienceWhen Chance Meetings Take on New Meanings.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Feb2017/MeetingsFebruary-2017Mary Nesfield  Associate editor for The Toastmaster Magazine.      
FeatureCommunicationSnackification of Communicationhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Feb2017/SnackFebruary-2017Lisa B Marshall http://www.lisabmarshall.comLisa is a communications expert who delivers consulting and workshops, the author of "Smart Talk" and "Ace your Interview" and host of the "Public Speaker" and "Smart Talk" podcasts.      
Feature ArticlePublic SpeakingQueens of the Stage. Beauty pageant winners around the world thank Toastmasters for their crowns. Includes article about Dr Deborah Lambie from New Zealand. July-2016 Missy Sheehan http://www.sheehanwriting.comMissy Sheehan is a frelance writer, copy editor and proofreader.      
FeaturesGoal SettingReach the Finish LIne!https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/FinishJanuary-2017Missy Sheehan http://www.sheehanwriting.comMissy Sheehan is a freelance writer, copy editor and proofreader.      
Funny you should say thatHumourOrwellian Origins May-2016Toastmaster- May 2016.pdfJohn Cadley  John Cadley, a former advertising copywriter, is a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Funny you should say thatHumourYeah, but ... My continuing struggle to keep the “yeah” and lose the “but.” April-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfJohn Cadley  John Cadley, a former advertising copywriter, is a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Funny You Should Say ThatCommunicationEuphemistically Speaking. June-2016 John Cadley  John Cadley, a former advertising copywriter, is a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Funny You Should Say ThatFunny You Should Say ThatYou Got Me a Card! How ... Nice. July-2016 John Cadley  John Cadley, a former advertising copywriter, is a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Funny You Should Say ThatHumourMindfulness - How to attain peace, love and happiness by losing your mind.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Aug2016/CadleyAugust-2016 John Cadley  John Cadley, a former advertising copywriter, is a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Funny You Should Say ThatHumourRobert's Rules. Ignore them at y our peril. They could save your life.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Sept2016/CadleySeptember-2016 John Cadley  John Cadley, a former advertising copywriter, is a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Funny You Should Say ThatHumourPerformance Anxietyhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Nov2016/CadleyNovember-2016 John Cadley  John Cadley is a former advertising copywriter, freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York.      
Goal SettingGoal SettingNew Year, New Tune Jan-2016EEC90B33F90E4B10A4CBB5E7C501538A.ashxMaureen ZappalaDTMttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-Workout#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-WorkoutFormer NASA propulsion engineer. Today she’s a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Medina Club in Medina, Ohio. Visit her website a      
Golden GavelAward RecipientsMeet Toastmasters' 2016 Golden Gavel Award Recipient: Tony Buzan. July-2016 Tony Buzan  Tony will be recognised and give a speech at the Golden Gavel Presentation on Friday 19 August 2016 at the Toastmasters International Convention in Washington DC, United States.      
How toResourcesPut a Fresh Spin on an Old Cliche Jun-1993 Henry Ehrlich         
How toClub ManagementGetting the Word Out Jul-1993 Kay PrestoATM        
How toResourcesBecome a Temporary Expert Aug-1993 Karen O'Connor         
How toClub ManagementHave Fun With Your Club Newsletter Sep-1993 Ethel E. KellerCTM        
How toEvaluationsExperience Your Worst Fear in Toastmasters Nov-1993 Judith PriceDTM        
How toVocal VarietyTaking Care of Your Voice Dec-1993 Laverne A. Slavin         
How toEmotionsKeep Your Will Powerful Jan-1994 Susan Atkins         
How toEducational ProgramDare To Be Competent Feb-1994 Mary PhillipsCTM        
How toEducational ProgramCoaching the Blue-Ribbon Icebreaker Mar-1994 Jerry G. FitzgeraldATM        
How toTrainingSparkle Up Your Speechcraft Apr-1994 Marshall C. LewisATM        
How toGoal SettingRules for Becoming an Unsuccessful Toastmaster May-1994 Judith E. PearsonDTM        
How toResourcesThe Paper Chase: Reduce & Recycle Your Club's Meeting Paper Jun-1994 Terry PrinceDTM        
How toSpeechesReel In Those Tall Tale Awards Jul-1994 Jorja Derby KelleyATM        
How toEvaluationsThe Art of Accepting an Evaluation Aug-1994 D. Reed LakerATM        
How toSpeechesMake Your Speech Memorable Sep-1994 Thomas MontalboDTM        
How toClub MeetingsThe Grammarian As Coach Nov-1994 Tom GrayATM        
How toEmotionsAd Lib Your Way Out of Tight Spots Dec-1994 Roger LangleyDTM        
How toSpeech DevelopmentThey Laughed When I Sat Down to Write Feb-1995 Phil Theibert         
How toClub MembershipProof Positive Mar-1995 R. J. StoveCC        
How toEmotionsThe Five A’s of Handling Angry People Apr-1995 Jean Gatz         
How toTrainingHitting Your Audience Where It HELPS! May-1995 Stephen Hart         
How toCommunicationThe Art of Listening Jun-1995 Cindy ChambersCTM        
How toMentoringEight Steps to Successful Mentoring Jul-1995 David A. CruikshanksATM        
How toSpeechesThe Q & A Session Aug-1995 Marjorie Brody         
How toLeadershipLeadership – Helping People to Succeed Sep-1995 Paul B. Thornton         
How toSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking Up for the Speakers Bureau Nov-1995 Maggie KellyCTM        
How toGoal SettingFive Habits of Highly Successful Toastmasters Dec-1995 Mary MurchedtATM        
How toSpeech DevelopmentTips for Using Flip Charts Feb-1996 Jim CarmickleATM        
How toClub ManagementThe Magic of Filling in Blanks Mar-1996 Dwayne S. RobertsATM        
How toGoal SettingTurn Awards into Action Plans Apr-1996 Shawn L. TapleyCTM        
How toSpeechesMake Your Speeches Cogent and Memorable May-1996 Alan M. PerlmanPh.D        
How toSpeech DevelopmentEasy Editing Jun-1996 Jane Hufford Downes         
How toCommunicationListen Up! Jul-1996 Marjorie Brody         
How toRelationshipsWhat Is Your Name Again? Aug-1996 Marilyn S. Nyman         
How toClub MeetingsTips for Vacation and Holiday Slumps Dec-1996 Jill RowlandsDTM        
How toRelationshipsCoping With a Disliked Member Jan-1997 Luann Lee BrownATM        
How toAwardsThe Big Show Feb-1997 Michael Gerard JamesCTM        
How toResourcesBorrowed Eloquence Mar-1997 Dr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
How toSpeechesThe Art of Contrived Improvisation Apr-1997 William H. Stevenson IIIATMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Cutting-Out-Filler-WordsA freelance writer in Huntsville, Alabama. He was formerly a member of three Toastmasters clubs in the Huntsville area. Contact him at whsteve3@aol.com.      
How toSpeechesMake Your “Thank You” Memorable May-1997 Margaret KlynchykATM        
How toWritingGet It Write Jun-1997 Gaye Groover Christmus         
How toClub MeetingsAre You Getting the Most Out of Being Involved Jul-1997 Karen Robinson         
How toWritingDuly Noted Aug-1997 Dave GunbyATM        
How toClub MeetingsMake a Powerful First Impression Sep-1997 Gary MichaelPh.D        
How toSpeechesTry Toasting Oct-1997 Maryland LincolnCTM        
How toTechnologySpeaking on the Cutting Edge Nov-1997 Pamela PalmerEd.D        
How toLeadershipSix Ways to Build Leadership Skills Mar-1998 Darin SmythPh.D, ATM        
How toClub ManagementWhen Speaking Fears Happen Apr-1998 Susan Jane WhiteATM-S        
How toPersonal AttributesAre You Making All the Right Moves? Jul-1998 Ann C. Humphries         
How toClub ManagementPlug with Passion Aug-1998 Melanie “Mimi” T. LimDTM        
How toEvaluationsEvaluate to Motivate Nov-1998 Clarice L. BelcherCTM  Lisa McAlpineCTM    
How toGoal SettingEnhance your Success Jan-1999 Bonnie Lowe DoubertCTM        
How toWritingDon’t Read, Don't Memorize. Visualize! Feb-1999 Brenda CaineATM        
How toSpeechesThe Magic of a Thank You Mar-1999 Courtney M. Cox         
How toTechnologyTips for Smooth Slide Shows Jun-1999 Paula Kurtzwell         
How toSpeech DevelopmentOpen Your Speech With a BANG Jul-1999 Peter F. JeffATM-B        
How toClub Management10 Pitfalls of New Officers Aug-1999 Sindi E. HennemanATM-B, CL        
How toWritingMake Your Speech a Bestseller Sep-1999 Jim TosoneATM-B        
How toClub BuildingUphill, On a Bicycle Built for 20 Nov-1999 E. Jean McAllisterATM-G        
How toContestsWin At That Speech Contest – Even If You Lose Dec-1999 Eric GuévremontCTM        
How toEmotionsOverwhelmed? Just Say Yes to Less Feb-2003 Marilyn Sherman         
How toWorking With WordsTongue Fu! May-2003 Sam Horn         
How toSpeechesThe 7 Communication Secrets of Trial Lawyers Sep-2003 Mark David PierceCTM        
How toSpeech DevelopmentRemembering Jokes (so you can tell them!) Dec-2003 William Mason         
How toRelationshipsThe Power to Persuade Apr-2004 Stephen D. BoydPh.D        
How toSpeaker DevelopmentThe Magic Bag Every Speaker Should Carry May-2004 Angelique H. Caffrey         
How toCommunicationYour Toastmasters Business Card Jun-2004 Staff         
How toPersonal AttributesHarness the Power of Your Subconscious Mind Sep-2004 Bo BennettATM-G        
How toRelationshipsCreative Negotiation Oct-2004 Bo BennettATM-G        
How toSpeaker DevelopmentDeveloping a Speakers Bureau Jan-2005 Robert FornesiDTM        
How toClub ManagementGet Blogging Apr-2005 Barbara K. AdamskiCTM        
How toResourcesGo from Free to Fee Jun-2005 Steve Siebold         
How toSpeech DevelopmentCreate a Speech on Short Notice Jul-2005 Angela Libby JankouskyATM-S        
How toEducational ProgramFrom Foundering to Flourishing! Sep-2005 John BrownATM-G  Anthony T. CrocamoCL    
How toContestsGet Them Laughing Nov-2005 Greg WillihnganzCTM        
How toPersonal AttributesThe Yoga of Public Speaking Feb-2006 Caren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
How toClub MembershipGetting a Seat at the Table Mar-2006 Lin Grensing-Pophal         
How toDisabilitySpeaking to a Diverse Audience Apr-2006 Laura GillsonATM        
How toSpeaker DevelopmentSo You Want to Be a Speaker? May-2006 Lance MillerDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leadership-The-Ultimate-MentorA member of the Renaissance Speakers club in Hollywood, California. He was Toastmasters' 2005 World Champion of Public Speaking. Reach him at lancemillerspeaks.com.      
How toEmotionsControlling Stress … Is It Possible? Jul-2006 Elizabeth Trinkaus         
How toEventsIt’s All About Stage Time Aug-2006 Carolyn CallanATM-B        
How toRelationshipsBe a Cultural Detective Oct-2006 Jeanne FeldmanCL        
How toTechnologyTaking Control of the Teleprompter Dec-2006 Michael LandrumATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Eye-to-EyeAn executive speaker’s coach and speechwriter in New York. He published a volume of essays titled The Best of the Passionate Speaker. Reach him at www.CoachMike.com.      
How toEmotionsYou Can’t Go Wrong if You Name That Song Mar-20079FBE254BDD8D41CC86416D848604D9D9.ashxMalcolm Kushner         
How toSpeechesThe Toast: That Other Proposal Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxSandra Miller         
How toSpeechesPromote your Cause on Morning Radio Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxBuddy Baron         
How toClub ManagementFinding a Voice for your Club Newsletter Aug-20071F6AE05D70E2400DBA741962CB6246A7.ashxRhys DaviesATM-S, ALS        
How toEmotionsManaging Anger – Learn to Muzzle your Pet Peeves Sep-20075D3F72F2A9404A24AA1126509FC71D42.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
How toTechnologyYouTube your Way to Better Speaking Oct-2007271E513936E14B76B9264A63898C6A7B.ashxCarmine Gallo https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersA communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He is the author of Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to Inspire Your Colleagues, Customers and Clients (John Wiley & Sons).      
How toAudiencesPlanting a Shill in the Audience Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxKristen JohnsonACB, CL        
How toWritingThe Joy of Journaling – write things down and chan Jan-2008865B1092D4D74EDFB6B99EFE99431761.ashxJoy LardnerDTM        
How toBody LanguageGood Posture = Good Breathing Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxGabrielle B. DahmsATM-B        
How toWritingBest Ways to Prepare for a Speech Jul-2008080A6E5B2E8142948246515865F72A29.ashxChristopher MortensonACB, ALB        
How toClub ManagementHosting a Club Open House Sep-20087E623F26E757461186893D3FF14FEBE5.ashxLindy SinclairDTM        
How toHow toAchieving Your Educational Goals Jan-201172181.5.pdfAlison Horner         
How toHow toMake a Scene! Jan-201172181.5.pdfLin Grensing-Pophal         
How toHow toSpeech Topics Are Everywhere Feb-201172199.7.pdfTammy A. MillerDTM, PID        
How toHow toWhat’s In a Name? Mar-201172188.11.pdfCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
How toHow toA Two-Year Path to DTM Mar-201172188.11.pdfEarl D. KerstingDTM        
How toHow toFill Those Club Roles! Apr-201172190.11.pdfRobert A. RichertDTM        
How toHow toWhat to Do at the Interview May-201166694.7.pdfJennifer L. BlanckACS, ALhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
How toHow toHow to Complain Effectively May-201166694.7.pdfJoann M. McCabeACG, CL        
How toHow toSuccess Secrets for Telephone Interviews May-201166694.7.pdfSusan Berkley         
How toHow toYou’ve Got Guests Jul-201172215.15.pdfCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
How toHow toGenerations Working Together Jul-201172215.15.pdfMisti Burmeister         
How toHow toIntergeneration Collaboration Jul-201172215.15.pdfMaureen ZappalaACSttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-Workout#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-WorkoutFormer NASA propulsion engineer. Today she’s a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Medina Club in Medina, Ohio. Visit her website a      
How toHow toWhen Bad Things Happen to Good Clubs Aug-201174755.7.pdfCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
How toHow toCoping with A Disliked Member Aug-201174755.7.pdfLuann Lee BrownATM        
How toHow toMaximize Your Membership Drive Oct-201181016.3.pdfJacqueline WilliamsACB, CL  Danielle SmalleyACS, CL    
How toHow toMarketing Without Money Oct-201181016.3.pdfJeff Crilley         
How toHow toCelebration Season Dec-201188861.5.pdfChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
How ToHow ToGet Back on Track Feb-201202E5AF84820144CF8FF289186943946C.ashxHoward ScottACBhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Become-a-Better-ThinkerA member of the South Shore Soliloquy Toastmasters in Kingston, Massachusetts. Reach him at dancinghill@gmail.com.      
How ToHow ToMind Your Lectern Manners Feb-201202E5AF84820144CF8FF289186943946C.ashxRobert A. RichertDTM        
How ToHow ToA Cure for Blanking Out Feb-201202E5AF84820144CF8FF289186943946C.ashxMatt Abrahams         
How ToHow ToAre You a Copyright Criminal? Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxEllen M. Kozak         
How ToHow ToMarketing Your Message Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxSteve Magnino         
How ToHow ToXin Chào! Apr-2012335083E1EF664ACE8373CD81878D8BFF.ashxGeorge Hamilton MainACS, ALB        
How ToHow ToHow to Sell a Great Idea: 5 Steps May-20126AE7CB324D7F457FB563CADDA05D3465.ashxGeoffrey James         
How ToHow ToThe Art of Accepting Praise May-20126AE7CB324D7F457FB563CADDA05D3465.ashxGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
How ToHow ToEvaluations Make an Impact Jun-2012E0584DE8B8D947A4B7FA40C352A9A555.ashxJean Bailey RoborDTM        
How ToHow ToIt’s About Time Jul-2012EF0EFC3674434778A38006FD3E1426C1.ashxJohn ZimmerCC, CL        
How ToHow ToDon’t Punt When You Can Score Oct-2012CAAAFAFE89DD4041A8F17C1DC00D60ED.ashxDarcy L. KeithCTM        
How ToHow ToMoving on Stage Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxLaurence BacchusACB, CL        
How ToHow ToWhat Gets Scheduled Gets Done Jan-2013D78D6AA482A04E53B07FB599348C9CB1.ashxCheryl Pinto         
How ToHow ToDeliver Bad News Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxChristina Miranda         
How ToHow ToTell Tall Tales Mar-2013A7A5130BEEEB4341AE6001DE10DD9FFA.ashxBetsy KeoganDTM        
How ToHow ToKeep Your Club Green Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxCarl DuivenvoordenDTM        
How ToHow ToLoosen Up! May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxErnest C. DawACG, ALB        
How ToHow ToYour Comedy Checklisthttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistJun-2013244585F1B3E74E91952494ACEBBB353F.ashxGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
How ToHow ToThe Reluctant Leader Aug-2013F400DFADC8694D9FBFE889582F9305FE.ashxLynn Marie CherryCC, CL        
How ToHow ToDealing with Speaking Disasters Sep-2013741E2BAC4AD04C428DEB7D5EF97FD89A.ashxCharles DicksonPh.D        
How toSpeech DevelopmentFlubs, Flops and Solutions Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxColleen PlimptonACB, CL        
How toSpeech DevelopmentA Speech is a Love Affair Feb-2015E6D9CB46F79143DFAFF2718628BC19B9.ashxJack VincentACS, ALS        
How toClub BuildingHow to Host a Successful Speechcraft Workshop Mar-20156C20A4509EDD46E087D51291A614E9F4.ashxStaff         
How toSpeaker DevelopmentHow to Rock a TED Talkhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/How-to-Land-a-TED-TalkMar-20156C20A4509EDD46E087D51291A614E9F4.ashxCathey ArmillasDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/How-to-Land-a-TED-TalkOrganizer and speech coach for TEDx Portland (one of the largest and longest standing TEDx events in the world). Also an author and marketing strategist. Visit HowtoRockaTEDTalk.com or CatheyArmillas.com, and watch her TEDx Talk at bit.ly/catheytedxtalk      
How toSpeech DevelopmentHow to Become a Speechwriter Mar-20156C20A4509EDD46E087D51291A614E9F4.ashxBrent KerriganCC        
How toMentoringThe Two-Way Street of Mentorship May-2015FB3509455B1C406F9A5FEF3AB440E8FE.ashxKristen MarbleACB, CL        
How toClub MeetingsHow to Add Humor to Your Club Meetings Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxJohn E. KindeDTM, AS        
How toCommunicationState the Obvious Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxThomas PiccinPh.D, ACB, ALB        
How toCommunicationLet the Games Begin Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
How toContestsSix Rules of Humorhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Six-Rules-of-HumorJun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxGraham HonakerACS, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Six-Rules-of-HumorA member of the Indy Free Speakers Toastmasters club in Indianapolis, Indiana.      
How toCommunicationImprove with Improvhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovJun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
How toSpeech DevelopmentDon't Deluge with Data Jul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxJennifer Cunningham         
How toSpeaker DevelopmentFascinate Your Audiencehttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceJul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
How toTechnologyThe Power of Soundhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Power-of-SoundJul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxBrian Young https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Power-of-SoundAudio engineer, event producer & member of HDR Lawrenceville TM, NJ. Founder of “Sonic Survival for Speakers”, an instructional program & help desk providing mic/audio advice to public speakers, meeting planners & organizations. See www.sonicsurvival.com      
How toRelationshipsThe Elevator Speechhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechAug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
How toDistrict OrganisationPutting the "PR" Into Professional Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxDennis Olson         
How toSpeaker DevelopmentFrom Free to Fee!https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/From-Free-to-FeeAug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
How toSpeaker Development7 Tips From Emerging Professional Speakers Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
How toDistrict OrganisationThe Anatomy of a New Release Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxStaff         
How toLeadershipLeading a Club Meeting for the First Timehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leading-a-Club-Meeting-for-the-First-TimeSep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxFelicity H. Barber http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leading-a-Club-Meeting-for-the-First-TimeMember of the Rhino Business Toastmasters club in San Francisco. She is a speechwriter, executive communications specialist and coach, and the CEO and founder of Thoughtful Speech (thoughtfulspeech.com)      
How toSpeaker DevelopmentWhen You Are the Emceehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/When-You-are-the-EmceeOct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxGilda BonannaCTMhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/When-You-are-the-EmceeSpeaker, trainer and coach who helps people in the business world improve their presentation and communication skills. She resides in Stamford, Connecticut. Read more of her tips at: gildabonanno.blogspot.com      
How toWriting3 Ways to Shake Off Writer's Blockhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/3-Ways-to-Shake-Off-Writers-BlockOct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxKathleen Fordyce http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/3-Ways-to-Shake-Off-Writers-BlockFreelance writer in New York. Follow her on Twitter @KathleenFordyce or visit www. LiveLaughWrite.com      
How toRelationshipsMultiple Speakers, One Messagehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Multiple-Speakers-One-MessageNov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
How toRelationshipsAdvice From the Experts Nov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxStaff         
How toWritingHow to be a Ruthless Editorttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/How-to-Be-a-Ruthless-EditoDec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxMitch MirkinCTMhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/How-to-Be-a-Ruthless-EditorMember of Randallstown Network Toastmasters, based in Baltimore, Maryland. He works as a writer and editor for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs      
How ToSuccessful MeetingsIt's time for Plan B - Brainstorming April-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfCraig HarrisonDTM, PDG Craig Harrison founded www.ExpressionsOfExcellence.com to provide sales and service solutions through speaking. For more Toastmasters resources visit www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
How ToConfidenceBe Confident When Called On. Speaking tips to hel you thrive when caught off guard.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Aug2016/ConfidentAugust-2016 Matt Abrahams  Matt Abrahams is the author of Speaking Up without Freaking OUt, a lecturer at Standford University's Graduate School of Business and co-founder of Bold Echo, LLC.      
How ToClub ExperienceGet your CC before the Final Countdown. Secure your Competent Communicator award before Pathways launches.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Sept2016/Get-Your-CCSeptember-2016 Ravikanth PonnapalliCC, CL Ravikanth Ponnapalli is a member of Spirited Speech Masters club in Houston, Texas.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJust for Laughs-What Is a Humorous Speech? Feb-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumour – A Stress Release Mechanism Apr-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJust for Laughs-What to do When the Jokes Fail Apr-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJust for Laughs-Humour Belongs Jun-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJust for Laughs-Love Your Audience Aug-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumour Is Easy Aug-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJust for Laughs-Using Insult Humour Oct-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentAdlai Stevenson: Wisdom With Wit Dec-1984           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentBut I Can’t Do Comedy Feb-1985           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentAttention:Joking May be Humorous to Your Health Apr-1986           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentNational Humour Month:A Laughing Matter Apr-1986           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentTurning Sour Grapes into Vintage Wine Apr-1986           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentCrack a Smile Sep-1986           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJoke Your Way to the Top Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentFind That Funny Bone Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentGet the Most Fun Out of Funny Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentPut a Little Laugh in Your Life Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentGroom Your Humour Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentFunny, Funnier, Funniest Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentOutfit Old Jokes with New Style Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentSpur On Your Wit Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentBe Quick on the Draw Mar-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumorously Speaking Dec-1987           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentLearn to be Funny Jan-1988           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentUse Humor to Reduce Stress Jan-1988           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentSpice Your Meetings With Comic Relief Apr-1988           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJoking Around At Work May-1988           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHow To Roast A Friend and Keep The Friendship Jun-1988           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentLet’s Keep Those Old Jokes Alive Aug-1988           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHobby Humorists Needed Dec-1988           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentOur Obligation to Our Audience Feb-1989           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentComedians Want to Have Fun, Too Jun-1989           
HumorSpeaker DevelopmentWhat Does a Humorist Look Like? Sep-1989           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumour is the Message Dec-1989           
HumorSpeech Development"Have You Heard the One About...?" Feb-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumour Should Look Easy, but be Difficult Apr-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentAdvice From the Pros on Doing Humour Jun-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentAdd a Little Humour Nov-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentJoke Your Way to the Top Nov-1990           
HumorEmotionsDescriptive Humour Is No Joke Nov-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentUse Your Wit at Work Nov-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentDevelop Your Stage Persona Nov-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentThe ’Nevers' of Podium Humour Nov-1990           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentGet Bigger Laughs By Aiming At Smaller Targets Aug-1991           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentGoing On a Laugh Diet Oct-1991           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumor Belongs In the Workplace Apr-1992           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumour Is More Than Mere Joke Telling Jun-1992           
HumorEmotionsJest For The Health Of It! Jun-1992           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentTaking Humour Seriously Jun-1992           
HumorEmotionsTaking The Lead With Laughter Nov-1992           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentThe Worth of Mirth Mar-1993           
HumorEmotionsHumor Does a Body Good Mar-1993           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWhy Humor? Mar-1993           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumor is Found in the Silence of the Hams Mar-1993           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentBe Quick on the Draw Mar-1993           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentSpur On Your Wit Mar-1993           
HumorSpeech DevelopmentUsing Spontaneous Humor Feb-1994 John E. KindeDTM        
HumorEmotionsThe Value of a Sense of Humour Aug-1994 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorWorking With WordsUh-wareness Feb-1995 Barry Kepp         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWhat Speakers Can Learn From Standup Comedians May-1995 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentSpeak With Laughter May-1995 Allan MischDTM        
HumorEmotionsHirsute Pursuits Jun-1995 Michael Ryan         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentSquelched! Jun-1995 Charles Downey https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/MotivationA syndicated journalist, magazine writer and book author living in Southern California.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentChurchill’s Quick Wit Jun-1995 Charles Downey https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/MotivationA syndicated journalist, magazine writer and book author living in Southern California.      
HumorGoal SettingUnveiling a Secret Formula for Success Jan-1996 Randall R. PetrickCTM        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentPunch vs. Raunch Feb-1996 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorResourcesYou Can Quote Me On This Jun-1996 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentMake Your Point With Humor Aug-1996 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentA Good Funny Story is Versatile Feb-1997 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeaker DevelopmentSinking at the Bar Mitzvah Apr-1997 Marcel Strigberger         
HumorLeadershipI Am Manager, Hear Me Roar Jul-1997 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentChecklist For Using Humour Aug-1997 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentLearn to Think Funny Aug-1998 Joanna Slan         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentLet The TV Be Your Teacher Aug-1998 Joanna Slan         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentThis Joke Is On You! Aug-1998 Elly Victoria DarwinCTM        
HumorSpeech EnvironmentWhat to do When the Microphone Dies Sep-1998 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentDon’t Tell, Sell! Feb-1999 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentSo..You Want to Be Funny? Jul-1999 John V. Schnauder Jr.         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHow to Remember the Rib-Tickler Jul-1999 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumorous Openers you can use at a roast Jul-1999 Karl RighterDTM        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumor is an Attitude Jul-1999 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentTap-Dancing in a Minefield Nov-1999 Eugene Finerman         
HumorWorking With WordsCommon Figures of Speech Feb-2000 Roy FenstermakerDTM        
HumorWorking With WordsThat’s No Joke – It's a Figure of Speech Feb-2000 Roy FenstermakerDTM        
HumorResourcesHistory Can Be Hilarious Feb-2000 Mary Kay MatsonATM        
HumorEmotionsShe Who Laughs Last Jun-2000 Arlo W. RunnigerATM        
HumorWritingThe Consolation of History: A Speechwriter’s Therapy Aug-2000 Eugene Finerman         
HumorEmotionsA Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Podium Sep-2000 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
HumorGoal SettingPicture This! Nov-2000 Michael HortonDTM        
HumorSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking Tips for the X-Files Dec-2000 Michael HintonDTM        
HumorEmotionsSentimentally Speaking Feb-2001 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentComedy Isn’t Painless Mar-2001 Cheryl FinneganCTM        
HumorContestsGo for the Gold: Sure-fire ways to succeed in your next humorous speech contest Mar-2001 Scott RoebenCTM        
HumorEmotionsLaughter in the Workplace Apr-2001 Barbara Marquand         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentTips for the Amateur Joke Teller Jun-2001 Paula Syptak PriceATM        
HumorClub MembershipDinner Table Topics Dec-2001 Jeff Wallace         
HumorWritingThe Origin of Specious Jan-2002 Eugene Finerman         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWant to Be Funny? Jan-2002 Fran Capo         
HumorEmotionsSpeakers Say the Darndest Things! Mar-2002 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentThe Various Shades of Humor Mar-2002 Arthur Kirkby         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentFrom Stand-up to Standout Mar-2002 George R. Gilbert   Dori F. Gilbert     
HumorSpeech DevelopmentStand Up and Make ’Em Laugh Mar-2002 Nowell KingCTM        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentThe Light Touch Mar-2002 Malcolm Kushner         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWhy Are We Laughing? Mar-2002 Ellie MarekATM        
HumorEmotionsMyths About Mirth Mar-2002 Joel GoodmanPh.D        
HumorWritingA Profession of Martyrs Apr-2002 Eugene Finerman         
HumorResourcesWhy People Read the Newspaper Sep-2002 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorEmotionsThe Humor in Laughter Feb-2003 Martin SiegelATM-B        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentDefusing the Bomb Apr-2003 Jason Love         
HumorWorking With WordsConsider the Source May-2003 Eugene Finerman         
HumorWorking With WordsLet Me Be Perfectly Unclear May-2003 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorEmotionsThe Power of Laughter Aug-2003 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentDon’t Get Mad, Get Funny Aug-2003 Leigh Anne Jasheway         
HumorContestsA Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Humor Contest Aug-2003 Sandy Aptecker         
HumorWorking With WordsThe Traveler’s Dictionary Sep-2003 Eugene Finerman         
HumorWorking With WordsParlez-vous Red, White and Blue? Sep-2003 Deborah F. Anderson         
HumorSpeechesA Toast in History Dec-2003 Erik DeckersCTM        
HumorPersonal AttributesWhat Should I Have Said? Dec-2003 Scott Friedman         
HumorEmotionsLaughing on the Job Dec-2003 Sinara O’DonnellATM-B        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentShow Me the Funny! Dec-2003 John E. KindeDTM        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumor and Speeches: A Stand-Up History Feb-2004 Eugene Finerman         
HumorWorking With WordsThe Things People Say, and Say, and Say Jul-2004 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorAudiencesHandling the Heckler Aug-2004 Jason Love         
HumorCommunicationThe 2004 Voter’s Guide to Political Rhetoric Nov-2004 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorAwards“I’d Like to Thank The Little People...” Mar-2005 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorCommunicationE-Mail Snubs Apr-2005 Jason Love         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWhen They Don’t Laugh Jun-2005 John E. KindeDTM        
HumorResourcesGot Material? Take a Web Tour of Museum of Humor Jun-2005 Malcolm Kushner         
HumorEmotionsMastering the Laugh Jun-2005 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumor 101 Jun-2005 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
HumorEmotionsLaughter Begins at Home Jun-2005 Kathryn Rose Gertz         
HumorCommunicationSure You’re a Good Speaker, But Are You a Good Listener Sep-2005 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech EnvironmentDos and Don’ts For When the Mike Won’t Jan-2006 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorLeadershipThe Wit and Wisdom of Leadership Mar-2006 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHumor to the Rescue Mar-2006 John E. KindeDTM        
HumorResourcesFool Things I Have Done Jun-2006 John C. SpaithATM-B        
HumorResourcesLaugh With and Learn From the Comics Oct-2006 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHow to Tell a Joke Oct-2006 Larry Getlen         
HumorEmotionsThat’s NOT Funny! Oct-2006 John E. KindeDTM        
HumorClub ManagementLet’s Take a Meeting Nov-2006 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHow to Add Humor to Any Speech Mar-20079FBE254BDD8D41CC86416D848604D9D9.ashxJoe CookeACB        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentGetting Comfy with Comedy Mar-20079FBE254BDD8D41CC86416D848604D9D9.ashxLisa Mulcahy         
HumorSpeaker DevelopmentSweating Out Stand-Up Mar-20079FBE254BDD8D41CC86416D848604D9D9.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentMoving from Toxic to Nourishing Humor Mar-20079FBE254BDD8D41CC86416D848604D9D9.ashxJoel GoodmanPh.D        
HumorSpeechesTall Tales are a Tall Order Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
HumorHumorExtra – Extra – Read All About it…Paris Hilton Enters Speech Contest Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxRichard StewardDTM        
HumorTechnologyGenerating Fun with PowerPoint Dec-200746C19D17FA0A41F088DCEFF9A96CD35D.ashxMalcolm Kushner         
HumorSpeech DevelopmentAcceptable Humor: The Mark of a Professional Jan-2008865B1092D4D74EDFB6B99EFE99431761.ashxJohn E. KindeDTM, AS        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentCampaign comedy – how politicians use humor Apr-2008FCEFF29F23C9435184CC605A90E3835C.ashxGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHow to make a Singaporean Laugh Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxEric FengACS        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHow to Be Funny on the Fly Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxJan McInnis   Frank King     
HumorWorking With WordsA Disingenuous Discussion Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorA Jargon of Our Own Oct-200819FFD274E9594264AC48E98D47E67226.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorKeep it Clean Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorHumorCasualties of War Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorThanks, but No Thanks Dec-20082A3989145A0C4BAB9D7BAFE056FE4730.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorHumor Can Help You Through Jan-20098987ACA45FAF4A93968659236F3541F0.ashxFran Capo         
HumorHumorBig Words? Big Deal Jan-20098987ACA45FAF4A93968659236F3541F0.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorAs Ol’ Will Would Say… Feb-2009DE3ED1CF2BFA403487EA6098B805A5EC.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorLet’s Talk Sports Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorFilled with Funny Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
HumorHumorAristotle, Syllogistically Speaking Apr-2009B7B5E21849BA48DCA162E58555C75C2C.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorTechnically Speaking May-2009F64496A4519F466AA86DE7A926512151.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorNo Parking Any Time Jun-2009100D37228BD448E3A6BE6C0D67AD4785.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorIn Times Like These Jul-2009BD45E882662E40858F158F0ABBEC8D6A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorSomething Catchy Aug-200945DDC567F63A4B94A8A84310C09A8EE4.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorMake Your Roast a Tip­Top Toast Aug-200945DDC567F63A4B94A8A84310C09A8EE4.ashxGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorHumorMad About You Sep-2009BBCE2016CF8D48B984116F3B88194A94.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorEnjoy a Refreshing Wax Tadpole Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorThe Power of Observational Humor Nov-2009C0FA860B36BF488EA79764762A566ED7.ashxJohn E. KindeDTM, AS        
HumorHumorIt’s Academic Nov-2009C0FA860B36BF488EA79764762A566ED7.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorClink, Clink, Clink (Gulp) Dec-2009914D633BA6554222BE78350CE7B051D3.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorSet One Goal, Reach Another Jan-201061CED85FFFBA462CB6EA3FD12FF7240D.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorThe Business of Leadership Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorA Curmudgeon’s History of the Academy Awards Mar-201067612E10A3284F04AA995C7BA2A4E17F.ashxEugene Finerman         
HumorHumorThe Chances are Remote Apr-20101722F37FB79A48C382B5F48ED790F4D4.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorI’m Not Impressed May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorAnd Now for Your Local News Jul-20100166082946FE4A18AAC0F401B2032F80.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorAuthentic Authenticity. Order Now! Aug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorTheir Most Embarrassing Moments Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxBeth BlackCC        
HumorHumorM4C@*? Gr8t! (Sent by TXT) Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorYou Gotta Laugh, Mate Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxUma ThakarCC        
HumorHumorCelebrating the Holidays (All of Them) Dec-201059B0CD1E3F954DFAB47B0805A3363B58.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatSay What? Jan-201172181.5.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorSix Ways to Pack a Killer Punch Line Jan-201172181.5.pdfJan McInnis         
HumorHumorHumor Boosters Jan-201172181.5.pdfGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatI’ll have the l’o pipi i willi ‘ia, please Feb-201172199.7.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatWhat’s that Buzzing I Hear? Mar-201172188.11.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatHow a Pitch Winds Up Apr-201172190.11.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatIf You Experience Any of These Symptoms… May-201166694.7.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatSo, Um, You Know, Here’s, Like, My Column, Ya Know? Jun-201169630.11.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatPeace Out, Dude Jul-201172215.15.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorBuilding Bridges Across Cultures Aug-201174755.7.pdfUma ThakarCC        
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatI’m Sorry, Were You Being Funny? Aug-201174755.7.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorHow to Add Humor to Your Club Meetings Aug-201174755.7.pdfJohn E. KindeDTM, AS        
HumorHumorHow to Win Your Audience with Bombproof Humor Aug-201174755.7.pdfKarl RighterDTM        
HumorHumorMake ‘Em Laugh Aug-201174755.7.pdfJennie Harris  Associate editor for the Toastmaster magazine      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatAttack of the Thing Sep-201177837.8.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatWho Has the Energy for This? Oct-201181016.3.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatSign Language Nov-201184547.3.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorKeeping it Funny Dec-201188861.5.pdfMalcolm Kushner         
HumorHumorBe Funny Without Being Raunchy Dec-201188861.5.pdfUma ThakarACB, CL        
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatGaffes Gone Wild Dec-201188861.5.pdfJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatBattling Babble Jan-20128B3ED937D9D44D9C8CD4A4D5C3A69B5D.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatWe Can Work It Out Feb-201202E5AF84820144CF8FF289186943946C.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatYou’re the Man Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatMedieval Thinking Apr-2012335083E1EF664ACE8373CD81878D8BFF.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatLost in Translation May-20126AE7CB324D7F457FB563CADDA05D3465.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatThey’re Playing Our Song Jun-2012E0584DE8B8D947A4B7FA40C352A9A555.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatFly the Loquacious Skies Jul-2012EF0EFC3674434778A38006FD3E1426C1.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatHelp Yourself Aug-2012D49C104DBC5F4687A40629010F9DF8A7.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatOh Caption, My Caption Sep-2012F221252DD1E94A1785B8B6E07ED1845E.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorNo More Boring Business Presentations Oct-2012CAAAFAFE89DD4041A8F17C1DC00D60ED.ashxLars SudmannDTM        
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatThis One’s a Classic Oct-2012CAAAFAFE89DD4041A8F17C1DC00D60ED.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorLighten Up Your Speech Oct-2012CAAAFAFE89DD4041A8F17C1DC00D60ED.ashxJudy Carter http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/When-Stories-Go-StaleAuthor of The Comedy Bible and The Message of You. She is Dean of the online The Message of You University. Go to judycarter.com/Toastmasters for more tips      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatWhat’s Going on with English? Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatNot My Size Dec-2012698A3DEE2AA64BA994F27EA601E1EAC2.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatBon Appétit! Jan-2013D78D6AA482A04E53B07FB599348C9CB1.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorMake ‘Em Laugh! Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxLinda Henley-Smith         
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatI Agree with You, Dear Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatProceed at Your Own Risk Mar-2013A7A5130BEEEB4341AE6001DE10DD9FFA.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatCrazy as a Loon Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatSmart Money May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorHumorUse a Pause to Punch Up Your Punch Line Jun-2013244585F1B3E74E91952494ACEBBB353F.ashxJohn E. KindeDTM, AS        
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatThe Language of Music Jun-2013244585F1B3E74E91952494ACEBBB353F.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatMe and My Doctor Jul-2013A7B06CA5B56645F4963A6EE9458E1071.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatPool Rules Aug-2013F400DFADC8694D9FBFE889582F9305FE.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatSmall-town News Sep-2013741E2BAC4AD04C428DEB7D5EF97FD89A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatMarketing Mind Control Oct-2013F560EE07D8CC4A59BF396F772FC85E36.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatAddressing Gettysburg Nov-2013258B5612D2D547DBA5C95D1890972E70.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorFunny You Should Say ThatI Think That I Shall Never See … Dec-20130C0CEB0AA884417A8679AAE54E91B8A2.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHappy New Year? Not if is Starts with January Jan-2014DB6052890F5C4091B5E6EE1AF9891E99.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentDefining Love Feb-201493E94F2F4DA642E2817850753BFCCC5D.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentKnock Your Socks Off Mar-20145D95B4CE27964C58BCE67E225CFDA942.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentVaccination Reservations Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorMentoringBe a Mentor! May-2014B800DCFD4A5F410B9A1A75A5FB64EAE7.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorResourcesAppreciating the Arts Jun-2014378B1C5912C24D19985F9089CD418A71.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeaker DevelopmentLifelong Learning Jul-20149C64A34710304714B002DF6F7DC0C804.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorEmotionsNot So Quiet Desparation Aug-20140272032B80764CB0A7237C951FA0127A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentHow's the Weather? Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentMy Historical Perspective Oct-201405EE8ED1E4FE4309A4FEA3E415D42A34.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentThe Filibuster Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentBut Seriously Dec-2014673668AB45FF4013AA632DD1AA079C8B.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech Development3 Tips to Make 'Em Laugh Dec-2014673668AB45FF4013AA632DD1AA079C8B.ashxGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentKnow Thyself Jan-2015103995B6B93B4BA79A88AE3A9D2F1C51.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentGo Monkey Hangars! Feb-2015E6D9CB46F79143DFAFF2718628BC19B9.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorTechnologyCyber Paranoia Mar-20156C20A4509EDD46E087D51291A614E9F4.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorClub MeetingsI Miss Meetings Apr-2015D84B28A3D9E843CCB1038A6E535DE68A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorResourcesOrthopathetic May-2015FB3509455B1C406F9A5FEF3AB440E8FE.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeechesWhen You're the Recipient of a Roast Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
HumorWritingThe Zip Factor Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeechesMake the Most of Your Roast Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
HumorToastmasters InternationalToastmasters for President! Jul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorWorking With WordsStop It! Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorWritingClassic Stuff Sep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentA Formula for Funny Sep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxJohn E. KindeDTM, AS        
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWhen Stories Go Stalehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/When-Stories-Go-StaleSep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxJudy Carter http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/When-Stories-Go-StaleAuthor of The Comedy Bible and The Message of You. She is Dean of the online The Message of You University. Go to judycarter.com/Toastmasters for more tips      
HumorWritingMy Memoirs Oct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWelcome to My World Nov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorCommunicationSilent Nights Dec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorPersonal AttributesA New Me! Jan-2016EEC90B33F90E4B10A4CBB5E7C501538A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentWhat's So Funny? Feb-201612BB948537DF4832B79A87282B5FF0D8.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentComedy Made Easy Feb-201612BB948537DF4832B79A87282B5FF0D8.ashxDavid Kline LovettDTM President of the Leaders in Action club in Huntington Beach, California. You can read more humor tips in his book Comedy Made Easy, or visit his website at DavidKlineLovett.com      
HumorSpeech DevelopmentThe Serious Funny Business of Being Funny Across Cultureshttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Being-Funny-Across-CulturesFeb-201612BB948537DF4832B79A87282B5FF0D8.ashxDean Foster http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Breaking-Language-BarriersExpert on culture in business and frequently lectures at various universities and conferences. He is the author of many books including Bargaining Across Borders and the Global Etiquette Guide series. He is the director of his own firm, DFA Intercultural      
HumorCommunicationWhat Time Is it? Mar-201617B6B7E38B614C26A76A4363DDFAFF7A.ashxJohn Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
HumourComedyComedy Connection - four funny members offer their humour tips and tricks. June-2016 Dave Zielinski  Dave is a freelance business journalist based in Minneapolis and a frequent contributor to Toastmaster magazine.      
HumourHumourFinding the Funny. Prospect your past to dig up humorous stories for future speeches.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Sept2016/FunnySeptember-2016 Craig HarrisonDTM, PDGhttp://www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.comCraig Harrison of Berkeley California, believes in recycling. As a professional conference speaker and storyteller, Craig retells tales of humour and humanity from his childhood in his keynote presentations and training programmes.      
Impromptu SpeakingSpeechesA Table Topics Workouthttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-WorkoutFeb-201612BB948537DF4832B79A87282B5FF0D8.ashxMaureen ZappalaDTMttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-Workout#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Table-Topics-WorkoutFormer NASA propulsion engineer. Today she’s a professional speaker, author and presentation skills coach, as well as founder of High Altitude Strategies, a coaching and speaking service. She belongs to the Medina Club in Medina, Ohio. Visit her website a      
InternetFor the ProfessionalIs your LinkedIn Photo up to Par? June-2016 Tiffany Adams http://www.etiquetteplease.comTiffany Adams is president of the Cincinnati Etiquette and Leadership Institute LLC, which provides business etiquette, international protocol, dining etiquette and women's leadership training. Adams is certified by the Protocol School of Washington.      
InterviewProfileMeet MIke Storkey DTM, Toastmasters International President 2016-17.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Sept2016/MikeStorkeySeptember-2016 Toastmaster Magazine staff.  Toastmaster Magazine staff.      
LanguageLooking at LanguagePhrases to Avoid on Stagehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-LanguageMay-2016Toastmaster- May 2016.pdfJohn ZimmerACB, ALBhttp://www.mannerofspeaking.orgJohn is a professional speaker, trainer and coach. A member of the International Geneva Toastmasters club in Geneva, Switzerland, he is a seven-time district champion of Toastmasters speech contests. Visit his internationally recognised public speaking blog www.mannerofspeaking.org.      
LanguageIcebreaker SpeechWhat do you mean by that? June-2016 Mary Nesfield  Mary is associate editor of Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWord Wisdom Mar-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWritingDo Your Letters Deserve Attention May-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWord Wisdom May-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWord Wisdom Jul-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWritingTips for Better Writing Jul-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsMisuse A Pet Peeve Alphabet Sep-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWat Appened to te Letter Haich Sep-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWord Wisdom Sep-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWritingLook Ma! No Notes Nov-1984           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWord Wisdom Jan-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsApply Your Tools Feb-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWoodrow Wilson: Word Wizard Mar-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWords: Handle with Care May-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsCliches Out of Control Jul-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsShatter the Myth of Preposition Sep-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Gettysburg Address Oct-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWords That Endured Oct-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsDabble in a Brighter Palette of Words Dec-1985           
Language/Speech WritingWritingGet at the Nucleus of Language Feb-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Language of Yesteryear May-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Sensual Speech Jun-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSay It With a Rhyme to Give Them All a Good Time Jun-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThat’s No Lady, That's My Wife Aug-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWritingThere is Life After Speech Sep-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWritingDon’t Let Your Speech End Sep-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsLight Up Your Speech With Glow Words Oct-1986           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsToastlets Mar-1987           
Language/Speech WritingWritingScoop That Byline! Jun-1987           
Language/Speech WritingWritingNot Just “Dear Diary" Aug-1987           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsMeet The Invisible Woman Aug-1987           
Language/Speech WritingWritingPut Poetry in Your Prose Sep-1987           
Language/Speech WritingWritingSpeechwriting and a Bottle of Wine Dec-1987           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsDon’t Be Conned By Connotation Dec-1987           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsVitalize Your Vocabulary Jan-1988           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe ABC’s of “Power” Words Jan-1988           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsIn Search of Clarity Jun-1988           
Language/Speech WritingWritingWrite Business Letters That Get Results Oct-1988           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSpeaking of English Jan-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsCreating an Image With the Right Sounds Jan-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsVocabulary Pushups Jan-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSay What You Mean, Mean What You Say Jan-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsDon’t Be Guilty of Doublespeak Apr-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSay it With a Simile May-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsPut Spice in Your Speech by Turning a Phrase May-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsBusiness Etiquette from the Japanese Jul-1989           
Language/Speech WritingWritingLecterns are for Notes Feb-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWritingSpeaking Without Notes Feb-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWritingPsychologically Speaking Apr-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsAvoiding Sexist Language May-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsNot Everyone Was Born Speaking English Jun-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsCan The Grammarian Jun-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThree: A Speaker’s Magic Number Jun-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWritingHow To Author A Book Jul-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsAddressing Japanese Audiences Sep-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWritingWords to the Wise Dec-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWritingA Thousand Points to Write Dec-1990           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsBasic Grammar Rules Feb-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWatch Your Language Feb-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsIn Other Words..Finding the Right Word Feb-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Right Way To Say It Feb-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWritingSo, You Need to Write a Speech? Jun-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsTwo Skunks Chewing Barbed Wire Jun-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsRX For Clear Pronunciation: Slow Down Sep-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Language Trap Sep-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Patois Police Oct-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWat Appened To Te Letter Aich? Nov-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsPotholes In The Speakers Highway Nov-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Limits of Language Nov-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWhere Did That Saying Come From? Nov-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Language Learner Nov-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsA Pet Peeve Alphabet Nov-1991           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWho Put The “Ick” In Rhetoric? Feb-1992           
Language/Speech WritingWritingBuilding A Better Speech Apr-1992           
Language/Speech WritingWritingEffective Letter Writing Apr-1992           
Language/Speech WritingWritingFrom Good Speaking To Better Writing Apr-1992           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Voter’s Guide to Political Rhetoric May-1992           
Language/Speech WritingWritingWriting a Speech? Here’s To The Ear! Oct-1992           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Agents of Imagery Mar-1993           
Language/Speech WritingWritingLet’s Improve Our Speech Writing May-1994 Tom Ealey         
Language/Speech WritingWritingWhen you should Write a Letter Aug-1994 Suzette Haden Elgin         
Language/Speech WritingWritingSpeechwriters of the World, You’re Needed! Aug-1994 Alan M. PerlmanPh.D        
Language/Speech WritingWritingIn Other Words Sep-1994 Joanne Sherman         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsComing Out of the Fog Dec-1994 Joanne Sherman         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThere is no Egg in Eggplant Feb-1995 Krystyna SzawelskiATM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSay What? Feb-1995 Henry J. Pratt         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSystematic Buzz Phrase Projecting Feb-1995 Charles Downey https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/MotivationA syndicated journalist, magazine writer and book author living in Southern California.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsCalling All Clichés Feb-1995 Stephen K. Lindley         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsBeware of Double Speak Feb-1995 Charles Downey https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/MotivationA syndicated journalist, magazine writer and book author living in Southern California.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsMake Those Words Count Feb-1995 Linda Adams         
Language/Speech WritingWritingTo Help the Truth Prevail Jun-1995 John M. Cowan         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentWhatever Happened to Brevity Oct-1995 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsA Paradigm By Any Other Name (- Jeff Davidson?) Oct-1995           
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsLet’s Stamp Out Cliches Oct-1995 Jeff Davidson         
Language/Speech WritingResourcesGet The Facts Oct-1995 Martha HendersonCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWhy We Love to Hate P.C. Jun-1996 Alan M. PerlmanPh.D        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsDon’t Tell…Show! Jun-1996 Joanne Sherman         
Language/Speech WritingWritingPage Fright Aug-1996 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSpeak Like a Leader Nov-1996 Charles Ickowicz         
Language/Speech WritingWritingThe Hidden Power of Poetry Mar-1997 Elliott EssmanATM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSay It With a Rhyme to Give All a Good Time May-1997 Dan Holohan         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsDebunking the 55%, 38%, 2% Rule Nov-1997 Judith E. PearsonPh.D, DTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsFinding the Lightning: Words As labels Jan-1998 Alan M. PerlmanPh.D        
Language/Speech WritingWritingDeciding What to Say May-1998 Alan M. PerlmanPh.D        
Language/Speech WritingWritingLet the Word Go Forth Jun-1998 Brian M. Sobel         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentWhat Should I Talk About? Oct-1998 Lynn KaminskyATM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsIncrease Your Vocabulary Jan-1999 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingWritingEasy Shortcuts to Better Speeches Apr-1999 William L. Hennefrund         
Language/Speech WritingWritingNo More Excuses! May-1999 Peter F. JeffATM-B        
Language/Speech WritingWritingThe 7 Ws of Effective Speechwriting Dec-1999 Peter F. JeffATM-B        
Language/Speech WritingResourcesClick and You Shall Find Feb-2000 Reid Goldsborough         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSpeak Simply, But Carry a Good Dictionary Feb-2000 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsPlaying With Words Feb-2000 Susan Atkins         
Language/Speech WritingWritingSome Notes on Notes Jun-2000 Anand RamaCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWritingMemo Models Jul-2000 Hal Fahner         
Language/Speech WritingResourcesAn Elementary Research Sampler Jul-2000 Leanna Skarnulis         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentSpeech Research Made Easy Jul-2000 Leanna Skarnulis         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsTurning Tangled Thought into Golden Words Aug-2000 Jocelyn BoileauCTM        
Language/Speech WritingTechnologyBeam Me My Notes Please Oct-2000 K. DeLaine JohnsonCL        
Language/Speech WritingTechnologyEncyclopedias Want to Be Free Nov-2000 Reid Goldsborough         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsQuirks of Modern Language Dec-2000 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentPick a Topic, Any Topic Jan-2001 Jeff WaldronDTM        
Language/Speech WritingClub ManagementTry the Goal Method Feb-2001 Jeff WaldronDTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsBaby Puppies: Watch for Them Feb-2001 Patricia H. MartinCTM        
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentSeek and You Shall Find Mar-2001 Jennifer ChiversCTM        
Language/Speech WritingSpeechesQuick-Speak: An Exercise in Thought Organization Mar-2001 Tom BintliffDTM        
Language/Speech WritingClub MeetingsI've Got a Little List Mar-2001 Laura BurnsCTM        
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentA Lesson From Lawyers Apr-2001 Keith Scott GrossmanCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Case for Short Words Apr-2001 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentThe Tip of the Talk Jul-2001 Barry Prokopetz         
Language/Speech WritingWritingIt all Starts with a Script Jul-2001 Ken Summerfield         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsA Single Word: Lightning VS the Lightning Bug Jul-2001 John CorleyATM-B        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsEnglish is a Crazy Language Nov-2001 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingClub ManagementPutting First What Matters Most Nov-2001 Jane K. Cleland         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentTried and True Topics For an Original Speech Mar-2002 Larna AndersonATM-S        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsPun Your Way to Success May-2002 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsAmaze an Audience Jun-2002 Jack McLendonATM-G        
Language/Speech WritingWritingConfessions of a Wounded Speechwriter – Part I Jul-2002 Ken Askew         
Language/Speech WritingWritingKen Askew on Speechwriting Jul-2002 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsAdd Wealth to Your Vocabulary Jul-2002 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingWritingWriting a Winning Proposal Jul-2002 Chris Bachler         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsUnderstanding Teen-Speak Aug-2002 Kimberly A. Porrazzo         
Language/Speech WritingWritingConfessions of a Wounded Speechwriter Part II Aug-2002 Ken Askew         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Miracle of Language Oct-2002 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingWritingHow I Write Jan-2003 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingWritingWriting is Like Throwing a Frisbee Jan-2003 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingTrainingTry Brainstorming! Feb-2003 Stan Holden         
Language/Speech WritingSpeechesHow to Write a Political Speech Apr-2003 Brian D. DayCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWritingNotes from My Journal May-2003 Jean CaseyCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWhat’s In a Name? May-2003 Kimberly A. Porrazzo         
Language/Speech WritingWritingThe Write Way to Success May-2003 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSaying It Right May-2003 Kimberly A. Porrazzo         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsBuzzword Bingo May-2003 Ruth E. AschmannATM-B        
Language/Speech WritingClub ManagementGetting the Word Out Jun-2003 Mitchell FriedmanDTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Terrible Ten Jul-2003 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentGreat Ideas for Speeches Aug-2003 Philippa AndersonCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Paradoxical Commandments Aug-2003 Kent M. Keith         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsNonverbal Etiquette, European Style Sep-2003 Deborah F. Anderson         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsFiller-Word Therapy Oct-2003 Holly WebberCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWords and People Nov-2003 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsA Canadian in Japan Feb-2004 Jason F. QuigleyCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsIn Defense of Rhetoric Feb-2004 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsAvoid Alphabet Soup Feb-2004 Philippa AndersonCTM        
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsOur Abounding English Language Apr-2004 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeaker DevelopmentWhich Comes First – the Eye or the Ear? May-2004 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentMastering Suspense Jul-2004 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingEmotionsTo Err is Human; to Self-Deprecate, Divine Aug-2004 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsConfusing Communication Aug-2004 Shula Hirsch         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentFriends, Romans, Toastmasters Sep-2004 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingSpeaker DevelopmentRewriting the Gettysburg Address Oct-2004 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingClub ManagementThe Voter’s Dictionary Nov-2004 Eugene Finerman         
Language/Speech WritingEmotionsSpeak, Sister Dec-2004 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentYou Gotta Have Bones Feb-2005 Michele Caldwell         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsBeware of Word Thieves Feb-2005 Lia Ayley         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentThe Hook or the Hamburger Mar-2005 Andrew B. Wilson         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSlang as It is Slung Apr-2005 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Armory of the Mind Apr-2005 Valerie Mutton         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSay Touché to Clichés Apr-2005 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsPlaying with a Full Deck Jul-2005 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentBridge The Gap Jul-2005 Paula Syptak PriceATM-S        
Language/Speech WritingWritingA Spell of Good English Oct-2005 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingWritingOnline Spelling Sites Oct-2005 Richard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentSpeechwriting 101 Oct-2005 Colin Moorehouse         
Language/Speech WritingWritingThe 3 Biggest Speechwriting Mistakes Apr-2006 David Garfinkel         
Language/Speech WritingWritingCommunicating Through Songwriting May-2006 Darren McClellandATM-B        
Language/Speech WritingEmotionsDubai or not Dubai Oct-2006 Patricia L. FryATM-Shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentLook Before You Leap in Front of an Audience Apr-20078600D4EDC5104BCE97FEF92CACFDEB7C.ashxDan NadenCTM        
Language/Speech WritingSpeeches5 Sure-Fire Tips for Great Speeches Apr-20078600D4EDC5104BCE97FEF92CACFDEB7C.ashxPatricia FrippCSP, CPAE        
Language/Speech WritingWritingSimple Steps to Writing a Fantastic Speechhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/For-the-Novice-Six-Simple-Steps-to-Writing-a-Fantastic-SpeechMay-200749B740E9A118451EBBB80B4B45C2ADAA.ashxCharles W. Buffington IIIATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/For-the-Novice-Six-Simple-Steps-to-Writing-a-Fantastic-SpeechCo-author of the book He Said It! I Did It! and a member of Technology Park Toastmasters in Norcross, Georgia.      
Language/Speech WritingResourcesGet the Quote Right! Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxFred R. Shapiro         
Language/Speech WritingWritingWant to become a Wedding Speechwriter? Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxLaura Yeager         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentLooking for Speech Ideas? Look at Your Life! Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxDee DeesDTM        
Language/Speech WritingWritingSnafu Survival Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxJohn TillisonATM-B        
Language/Speech WritingWritingPreparing a speech in 5 minutes Aug-20071F6AE05D70E2400DBA741962CB6246A7.ashxSid GilmanDTM        
Language/Speech WritingWritingPut your Audience in your Speech – use People Words Aug-20071F6AE05D70E2400DBA741962CB6246A7.ashxKevin Johnston   Tennille-Lynn Millo     
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsSounding good in English – tips for non-native English speakers Aug-20071F6AE05D70E2400DBA741962CB6246A7.ashxKatherine Meeks         
Language/Speech WritingSpeech Development10 Tips from a Toastmaster, by Dianne Lawson Aug-20071F6AE05D70E2400DBA741962CB6246A7.ashxDianne LawsonATM-S        
Language/Speech WritingWritingThe Art of Speechwriting – how good speechwriters Jan-2008865B1092D4D74EDFB6B99EFE99431761.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
Language/Speech WritingEventsOscar Sound Bites: The Sour, the Sweet and the S Mar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsA Primer of Political Wordshttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsMar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxRichard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeech DevelopmentSpeaking about the Unspeakable Mar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxLinda McGurk         
Language/Speech WritingWritingFrom Hello to Goodbye – creating powerful introductionshttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/For-the-Novice-From-Hello-to-GoodbyeMar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxSally Paige Kahle https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/For-the-Novice-From-Hello-to-GoodbyeA freelance writer and member of Meadowlark Toastmasters in Topeka, Kansas.      
Language/Speech WritingSpeaker DevelopmentDare to be different – Experimenting with creative shttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Dare-To-Be-DifferentApr-2008FCEFF29F23C9435184CC605A90E3835C.ashxBirgit Starmanns https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Dare-To-Be-DifferentVPPR for SAP Toastmasters in Palo Alto, California.      
Language/Speech WritingWritingCut: Making your speeches shorter Jul-2008080A6E5B2E8142948246515865F72A29.ashxSyptak PriceATM        
Language/Speech WritingWritingSmall Steps to Successful Speechwriting Jul-2008080A6E5B2E8142948246515865F72A29.ashxAileen StoroshchukATM-B, CL        
Language/Speech WritingRole ModelsIngrid Betancourt’s Amazing Eloquence Sep-20087E623F26E757461186893D3FF14FEBE5.ashxFlorence Ferreira         
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingCampaign Miscommunication Oct-200819FFD274E9594264AC48E98D47E67226.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingSay It with Meaning Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxDebra JohanyakPh.D        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingRx for a Good Speech Introduction Nov-2008A33223540A68435480D90398FB60A7AA.ashxMichael VarmaACG, ALB        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingTips From a Legendary Speechwriter Jan-20098987ACA45FAF4A93968659236F3541F0.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingWalking a Fine Line Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxJudith C. TingleyPh.D, DTM        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingRoute 66­Speak Jun-2009100D37228BD448E3A6BE6C0D67AD4785.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingWho Said That? Aug-200945DDC567F63A4B94A8A84310C09A8EE4.ashxFred Shapiro         
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingNelson Mandela: Expert on Adapting a Speech to an Audience Sep-2009BBCE2016CF8D48B984116F3B88194A94.ashxWilliam H. Stevenson III https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Cutting-Out-Filler-WordsA freelance writer in Huntsville, Alabama. He was formerly a member of three Toastmasters clubs in the Huntsville area. Contact him at whsteve3@aol.com.      
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingWhat’s Your Hook? Nov-2009C0FA860B36BF488EA79764762A566ED7.ashxKevin Caroll         
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingEasy as ABCs Dec-2009914D633BA6554222BE78350CE7B051D3.ashxMichael VarmaACG, ALB        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingEureka! A Speech Idea! Jan-201061CED85FFFBA462CB6EA3FD12FF7240D.ashxSandy JacobsonCC        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingFinding Inspiration All Around You Jan-201061CED85FFFBA462CB6EA3FD12FF7240D.ashxJoel A. PogarCC        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingThe Link Between Language and Leaders Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxDianna Booher         
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingThe Better You Write It, The Better You Say It Mar-201067612E10A3284F04AA995C7BA2A4E17F.ashxPhilip YaffeCC        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingHistory’s Most Important Speeches May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxWilliam H. Stevenson III https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Cutting-Out-Filler-WordsA freelance writer in Huntsville, Alabama. He was formerly a member of three Toastmasters clubs in the Huntsville area. Contact him at whsteve3@aol.com.      
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingHow to Apologize Like a Celebrity May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxChristopher Witt         
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingWilliam Safire: Language Legend May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxEugene Finerman         
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingAvoiding Cliches Like the Plague May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingA Commencement Address to Remember Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxDavid BrooksDTM        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingWedding Vows that Wow Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxBarbara Neal Varma         
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingConsider the Interview Aug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxDianne MorrATM-B        
Language/Speech WritingLanguage/Speech WritingNot All Ideas Are Created Equal Sep-201047D226756C79479F8F1ABA85A9B6AA6C.ashxChristopher Witt         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWhat's in a Word? Mar-20145D95B4CE27964C58BCE67E225CFDA942.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Benefits of Being Bilingual Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxDenise Graveline         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsPresenting in Your Second Language Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxDenise Graveline         
Language/Speech WritingResourcesDon't Rely on the Web Jun-2014378B1C5912C24D19985F9089CD418A71.ashxMargaret Montet         
Language/Speech WritingRelationshipsSometimes the Topic is Love Aug-20140272032B80764CB0A7237C951FA0127A.ashxMary Nesfield http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Navigating-Two-Sides-of-HealthcareAssociate editor for the Toastmaster magazine. Reach her at mnesfield@toastmasters.org.      
Language/Speech WritingWritingPithy Wisdom Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxBrian Jenner         
Language/Speech WritingWritingAdvice from Prominent Speechwriters Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxBrian Jenner         
Language/Speech WritingWritingStructure Your Speech for Success Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxBrent KerriganCC        
Language/Speech WritingWritingWriting for the Commander Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxAmanda Dunford         
Language/Speech WritingWritingQ&A: Michael Flynn - Flying High Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxJulie Bos         
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsWhat's the Word?http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Whats-the-WordJul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxMitch MirkinCTMhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/How-to-Be-a-Ruthless-EditorMember of Randallstown Network Toastmasters, based in Baltimore, Maryland. He works as a writer and editor for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs      
Language/Speech WritingWorking With WordsThe Benefits of Being Bilingualhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualSep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxJulie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-Bilingualfreelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com      
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LeadershipLeadershipSpread Your Wings Aug-2000 Steve BroeDTM        
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LeadershipAwardsJim Cathcart: Success is yours if you nurture your potential Mar-2001 Staff         
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LeadershipMentoringThe Helping Hand May-2002 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
LeadershipLeadershipTeam Building Jun-2002 Deborah W. Flores         
LeadershipEmotionsThe Art of Motivation Aug-2002 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipEmotionsMove ’Em to Action Aug-2002 Michelle KulpCTM        
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LeadershipRelationshipsLead by Example Nov-2003 Jean ChildersCTM        
LeadershipMentoringFinding the Right Mentor Nov-2003 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.Ginger KaneDTM    
LeadershipLeadershipLeadership from A to Z Nov-2003 Victor M. Parachin         
LeadershipLeadershipLeadership Test Nov-2003 Peter Drucker         
LeadershipLeadershipWhen Leadership Finds You Nov-2003 John C. MaxwellPh.D        
LeadershipLeadership10 Commandments of Ethical Leadership Nov-2003 Dawn FrailCTM        
LeadershipClub ManagementMy Campaign for City Council Jan-2004 Jim FranklinATM-S        
LeadershipEmotionsTen Principles of Motivation Feb-2004 Nido Qubein         
LeadershipSpeech DevelopmentDo You Add Value to People’s Lives? Mar-2004 John C. MaxwellPh.D        
LeadershipLeadership“E” is for Effort Jul-2004 John C. MaxwellPh.D        
LeadershipLeadership10 “Must Have” Leadership Skills for the 21st Century Jul-2004 Lin Grensing-Pophal         
LeadershipLeadershipThe Leader’s Covenant Jul-2004 Marian Schickling         
LeadershipAwardsDo’s and Don'ts of Presenting Awards Jan-2005 Cindy Ventrice         
LeadershipClub ManagementWhy Parliamentary Procedure? Mar-2005 Donna Reed   Bill Reed     
LeadershipClub ManagementRobert Rules: The Great Accomplishments of a Remarkable Man Mar-2005 Barbara K. AdamskiCTM        
LeadershipClub MeetingsSurviving Business Meetings Mar-2005 Sinara O’DonnellATM-B        
LeadershipClub MeetingsMaximize Your Meetings Mar-2005 Shelia SpencerDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipLeadership Lessons From Everyday Life May-2005 Victor M. Parachin         
LeadershipLeadershipThe Great Separator May-2005 John C. MaxwellPh.D        
LeadershipLeadershipValues, Veneration, Vision May-2005 Sam Silverstein         
LeadershipRelationshipsThe Fine Art of Finding Followers May-2005 Ray FloydDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipRequiem for the Heroic Manager May-2005 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipAwardsMeet Marcus Buckingham, Toastmasters’ 2005 Golden Gavel Recipient May-2005 Staff         
LeadershipLeadershipDefining and Refining Leadership Jun-2005 Debra Chipman         
LeadershipLeadershipLeaders Are Winners Too Jun-2005 Penny PostDTM        
LeadershipEmotionsLeading through Crisis Aug-2005 Kathleen Vestal LoganATM-B        
LeadershipLeadershipMy Favorite Corporate Speakers Aug-2005 Jessica Hatchigan         
LeadershipLeadershipLeadership Lessons from China Sep-2005 Warwick John FahyDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipCultural Challenges Sep-2005 Warwick John FahyDTM        
LeadershipTrainingMentoring Our Youth Oct-2005 Linda WilkinsonATM-B        
LeadershipSpeech DevelopmentSpeech Closings: How Far Will You Go? Dec-2005 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
LeadershipAwardsBlow Your Own Horn At the Office Feb-2006 David BoyceATM-B        
LeadershipLeadershipTurn Team Conflict into Team Harmony Mar-2006 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipTeaming With Success Mar-2006 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
LeadershipLeadershipLeading Volunteer-Based Teams Mar-2006 Dave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipIs Your Team Crashing and Burning Mar-2006 Patrick Lencioni         
LeadershipAwardsJim Kouzes – TI 2006 Golden Gavel Recipient May-2006 Staff         
LeadershipAwardsJim Kouzes: The Leadership Challenge Jul-2006 Jim Kouzes         
LeadershipLeadershipLaws for Positive Leadership Sep-2006 Victor M. Parachin         
LeadershipLeadershipPicking Potential Leaders Sep-2006 John C. MaxwellPh.D        
LeadershipEducational ProgramBecoming a New Competent Leader Sep-2006 Bonnie L. MaidakATM-S, CL        
LeadershipSpeechesPanel Moderating Made Easy Dec-2006 Marian Schickling   Carol Sauka     
LeadershipClub ManagementWhy Attend Club Officer Training? Jan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxShelia SpencerDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipFrom Toastmaster to Hit TV Showhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leadership-From-Toastmasters-to-Hit-TV-ShowJan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxMonique Cuvelier https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leadership-From-Toastmasters-to-Hit-TV-ShowA professional writer in Boston, Massachusetts, who credits Sky Rappers Toastmasters for her own confidence in front of a crowd.      
LeadershipLeadershipTeam Commandments Feb-20070C27DAB2C700400FA944BC0DD832CE37.ashxDon SeatonACG        
LeadershipSpeaker DevelopmentWhat to do After You Receive Your DTM Feb-20070C27DAB2C700400FA944BC0DD832CE37.ashxCara SeitchekDTM        
LeadershipSpeaker DevelopmentChallenging the Advanced Speaker Feb-20070C27DAB2C700400FA944BC0DD832CE37.ashxHeike Bogt         
LeadershipAwardsBarbara De Angelis, Ph.D.-Toastmasters’ 2007 Golden Gavel Recipient May-200749B740E9A118451EBBB80B4B45C2ADAA.ashxStaff         
LeadershipPersonal AttributesTalking to Teens May-200749B740E9A118451EBBB80B4B45C2ADAA.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
LeadershipRole ModelsAn Inconvenient Truth Dec-200746C19D17FA0A41F088DCEFF9A96CD35D.ashxCarl DuivenvoordenDTM        
LeadershipCommunicationSpeaking in Business – 5 Lessons in corporate communicationhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-in-BusinessFeb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxPat RocchiACBhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-in-BusinessA four-time champion of Toastmasters District 38, is an award-winning corporate writer and video producer. He is also a professional speaker. Reach him at patrocchi@comcast.net.      
LeadershipLeadershipThe Seven Secrets of Inspiring Leadershttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersFeb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxCarmine Gallo https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersA communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He is the author of Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to Inspire Your Colleagues, Customers and Clients (John Wiley & Sons).      
LeadershipRole ModelsA Conversation with Chris Mathews Feb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxSuzanne Frey         
LeadershipAwardsGolden Gavel Recipient 2008: Pamela Wallin May-2008533DC02201EC453F83783C56BD8592F1.ashxStaff         
LeadershipClub ManagementSergeant at Arms: Leadership through Service Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxErnest Ray Raynor IIICC        
LeadershipLeadershipBringing out the Best in People Jul-2008080A6E5B2E8142948246515865F72A29.ashxBob HooeyDTM, AS        
LeadershipLeadershipUnlock your Leadership Potential Jul-2008080A6E5B2E8142948246515865F72A29.ashxVictor M. Parachin         
LeadershipTrainingTraining Teens to be Toastmasters Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxCarolyn KellamsACB        
LeadershipLeadershipThe Wooden Way Oct-200819FFD274E9594264AC48E98D47E67226.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
LeadershipLeadershipLeading Without Authority Oct-200819FFD274E9594264AC48E98D47E67226.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipOfficer Training – Again! What’s In It For You? Dec-20082A3989145A0C4BAB9D7BAFE056FE4730.ashxJennifer L. BlanckACS, ALhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
LeadershipLeadershipDifferent by Design Mar-2009D2E7C73865204DF0AE720F41DE9E0EB5.ashxDavid BrooksDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipToastmasters’ 2009 Gold Gavel Recipient: Bruce Tulgan May-2009F64496A4519F466AA86DE7A926512151.ashxStaff         
LeadershipLeadershipTalking Through Tough Times at Work Jul-2009BD45E882662E40858F158F0ABBEC8D6A.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipReflecting on Ralph Smedley’s Words Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxWatt PyeDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipCory Aquino: The Philippines’ Plain­Spoken Leader Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxCorin Ramos         
LeadershipLeadershipDelivering Bad Business News Dec-2009914D633BA6554222BE78350CE7B051D3.ashxKathy Berger         
LeadershipLeadershipLeadership Lessons from Olympic Athletes Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxVictor M. Parachin         
LeadershipLeadershipCreating and Managing Effective Teams Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxRon GossenATM-B The chief marketing officer for the University of Missouri in St. Louis. He is a member of the St. Louis Triton Toastmasters      
LeadershipLeadershipThe Magic of Mentoring Feb-20101EA484C33C64424391B0A4D78C8A0BB6.ashxKaren E. NovekDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipThe Ultimate Mentor Jul-20100166082946FE4A18AAC0F401B2032F80.ashxLance MillerDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leadership-The-Ultimate-MentorA member of the Renaissance Speakers club in Hollywood, California. He was Toastmasters' 2005 World Champion of Public Speaking. Reach him at lancemillerspeaks.com.      
LeadershipLeadershipGet Wise and Supervise Jul-20100166082946FE4A18AAC0F401B2032F80.ashxBruce Tulgan         
LeadershipLeadershipThree Keys to Being Effective Aug-20102F0FFBF6A89848E1B7FA3B3884872472.ashxDee DeesDTM, PID        
LeadershipLeadershipLeadership Lessons from Coaches Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
LeadershipLeadershipPitching a Message of Hope Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxDiAnna Steele         
LeadershipLeadershipTeamwork at World Cup Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxAletta RochatACB, ALB        
LeadershipLeadershipCoaching Confidence Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
LeadershipLeadershipHawaii Governor Touts Toastmasters Dec-201059B0CD1E3F954DFAB47B0805A3363B58.ashxJason Garrett         
LeadershipLeadershipCrisis Leadership: A Leader’s Highest Duty Dec-201059B0CD1E3F954DFAB47B0805A3363B58.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
LeadershipLeadershipThe Joy of Mentoring Jan-201172181.5.pdfBob ArmstrongDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipCommunicate to Solve Conflicts Mar-201172188.11.pdfLinda E. AllenCCttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-Association#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-AssociationA member of the Enid Speakers of the Plains Toastmasters in Enid, Oklahoma. She is a writer, speaker and trainer specializing in cultural awareness, professional and personal development, and leadership.      
LeadershipLeadershipCongratulations! You’re a Leader! Mar-201172188.11.pdfDee DeesDTM, PID        
LeadershipLeadershipWhat Makes an Exceptional Team? Mar-201172188.11.pdfDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipClimbing the Corporate Ladder Apr-201172190.11.pdfPatricia FrippCSP, CPAE        
LeadershipLeadershipWhy Leaders Fail May-201166694.7.pdfMark SanbornCSP, CPAE        
LeadershipLeadershipBecoming a Boss May-201166694.7.pdfDevyani Borade         
LeadershipLeadershipThe 10 Rules of Leadership May-201166694.7.pdfEric Harvey   Steve Ventura     
LeadershipLeadershipYou, Too, Can Be a Leader May-201166694.7.pdfBeatrice JoynerCC, CL        
LeadershipLeadershipMaking the Most of Club Officer Roles Jul-201172215.15.pdfDee DeesDTM, PID        
LeadershipLeadershipDare to Delegate Nov-201184547.3.pdfJudith E. PearsonPh.D, DTM        
LeadershipLeadershipWant to Be a Remarkable Leader? Nov-201184547.3.pdfKevin EikenberryATM-S        
LeadershipLeadershipPiloting Your Project Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxJason Garrett         
LeadershipLeadershipService with a Smile Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxJack VincentCTM, CL        
LeadershipLeadershipAnyone Can Be a Mentor May-20126AE7CB324D7F457FB563CADDA05D3465.ashxAletta RochatACS, ALS        
LeadershipLeadershipSucceeding As a CEO May-20126AE7CB324D7F457FB563CADDA05D3465.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipPolitical Storytelling for the Modern World Sep-2012F221252DD1E94A1785B8B6E07ED1845E.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
LeadershipLeadership5 Tips for Winning Your Humorous Speech Contest Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxRich HopkinsATM-G, CL        
LeadershipLeadershipThe Quiet Leader Dec-2012698A3DEE2AA64BA994F27EA601E1EAC2.ashxMichelle Tyler         
LeadershipLeadershipLeading with a Smile Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxLinda E. AllenACS, CLttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-Association#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-AssociationA member of the Enid Speakers of the Plains Toastmasters in Enid, Oklahoma. She is a writer, speaker and trainer specializing in cultural awareness, professional and personal development, and leadership.      
LeadershipLeadershipThe Softer Side of Leadership Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxGary Burnison         
LeadershipLeadershipLessons from Top Business Leaders May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxCarmine Gallo https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersA communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He is the author of Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to Inspire Your Colleagues, Customers and Clients (John Wiley & Sons).      
LeadershipLeadershipAre You Rational or Intuitive? May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxJudith C. TingleyPh.D, DTM        
LeadershipLeadershipThe 5 Habits of Effective Online Leadershttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-5-Habits-of-Effective-Online-LeadersJul-2013A7B06CA5B56645F4963A6EE9458E1071.ashxLewis HowesCChttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-5-Habits-of-Effective-Online-LeadersAn entrepreneur and a member of the U.S. Men’s National Team for handball.      
LeadershipLeadershipWhen Clubs Mean Business Aug-2013F400DFADC8694D9FBFE889582F9305FE.ashxJennifer L. BlanckDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
LeadershipLeadershipStay, Speak! What Dog Trainers Know About Pack Leadership Dec-20130C0CEB0AA884417A8679AAE54E91B8A2.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
LeadershipLeadershipA Mentoring Checklist May-2014B800DCFD4A5F410B9A1A75A5FB64EAE7.ashxJulie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
LeadershipLeadershipHarness the Power of Mentoring May-2014B800DCFD4A5F410B9A1A75A5FB64EAE7.ashxJulie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
LeadershipLeadershipTraining Tomorrow's Leaders Today Aug-20140272032B80764CB0A7237C951FA0127A.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
LeadershipTrainingTips for YLP Coordinators Aug-20140272032B80764CB0A7237C951FA0127A.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
LeadershipLeadershipCandidate Qualifications Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxStaff         
LeadershipLeadershipIs Board Leadership Your Calling? Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxStaff         
LeadershipLeadershipOral History Reveals the Past Oct-201405EE8ED1E4FE4309A4FEA3E415D42A34.ashxTim KeckDTM, PIP        
LeadershipMentoringE. J. Burgay: A Mentor to Remember Oct-201405EE8ED1E4FE4309A4FEA3E415D42A34.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
LeadershipLeadershipTips for Team Leaders Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
LeadershipLeadershipDevelop an Extraordinary Teamhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Develop-an-Extraordinary-TeamNov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipThe Most Passionate Leaders Dec-2014673668AB45FF4013AA632DD1AA079C8B.ashxCarmine Gallo https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Seven-Secrets-of-Inspiring-LeadersA communications coach for the world’s most admired brands. He is the author of Fire Them Up!: 7 Simple Secrets to Inspire Your Colleagues, Customers and Clients (John Wiley & Sons).      
LeadershipLeadershipLeading with Lovehttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leading-with-LoveFeb-2015E6D9CB46F79143DFAFF2718628BC19B9.ashxLinda E. AllenACS, CLttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-Association#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-AssociationA member of the Enid Speakers of the Plains Toastmasters in Enid, Oklahoma. She is a writer, speaker and trainer specializing in cultural awareness, professional and personal development, and leadership.      
LeadershipLeadershipA Toastmistress' Perspective Feb-2015E6D9CB46F79143DFAFF2718628BC19B9.ashxMary Nesfield http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Navigating-Two-Sides-of-HealthcareAssociate editor for the Toastmaster magazine. Reach her at mnesfield@toastmasters.org.      
LeadershipLeadershipBreaking the Gender Barrier: From Toastmistress to Toastmaster Feb-2015E6D9CB46F79143DFAFF2718628BC19B9.ashxCindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
LeadershipLeadershipPush Yourself with High Performance Leadershiphttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Toastmasters-Leadership-Program-Helps-High-School-Wrestling-TeamApr-2015D84B28A3D9E843CCB1038A6E535DE68A.ashxJohn LenteDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Toastmasters-Leadership-Program-Helps-High-School-Wrestling-TeamA member of the Augusta Toastmasters in Augusta, Georgia. He retired from the Air Force in 2014 and is now building a health and wellness business. View his professional profile at LinkedIn.com/in/JohnLente.      
LeadershipLeadershipHandling the Heat in the Kitchenhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Leadership-in-the-KitchenMay-2015FB3509455B1C406F9A5FEF3AB440E8FE.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipMentoringMy Five Top Tips for the Budding Mentorhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Five-Tips-for-MentorsMay-2015FB3509455B1C406F9A5FEF3AB440E8FE.ashxAlex Malley https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Five-Tips-for-MentorsCEO of multinational organization CPA Australia, author of bestselling book The Naked CEO, host of leadership TV series The Bottom Line. He's addressed business and leadership events through Asia-Pacific, and a regular contributor to The Huffington Post      
LeadershipEducational ProgramMentoring Matters Sep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
LeadershipLeadershipLeadership Accountability Nov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipThe Authentic Leaderhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Authentic-LeaderNov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxDave Zielinski https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Fascinate-Your-AudienceEditor of PresentationXpert newsletter (presentation xpert.com), sharing tips, tactics and new technologies for high-impact presentations. Also edits the book Master Presenter: Lessons from the World’s Top Experts on Becoming a More Influential Speaker      
LeadershipLeadershipAre You a Dud in Meetings? Mar-201617B6B7E38B614C26A76A4363DDFAFF7A.ashxAlex Malley https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Five-Tips-for-MentorsCEO of multinational organization CPA Australia, author of bestselling book The Naked CEO, host of leadership TV series The Bottom Line. He's addressed business and leadership events through Asia-Pacific, and a regular contributor to The Huffington Post      
LeadershipLeadership3 Subtle Nonverbal Mistakes Leaders Makehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Nonverbal-Mistakes-Leaders-MakeMar-201617B6B7E38B614C26A76A4363DDFAFF7A.ashxKarin Kurt http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Nonverbal-Mistakes-Leaders-MakeKeynote speaker, leadership consultant and MBA professor. Her book Winning Well: A Manager's Guide to Getting Results—Without Losing Your Soul is available for pre-order on Amazon. Read more leadership advice at letsgrowleaders.com      
LeadershipEducational ProgramThe Youth Leadership Program Rocks! Mar-201617B6B7E38B614C26A76A4363DDFAFF7A.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
LeadershipLeadershipBaseball Businessman is a Hit.http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Baseball-Businessman-is-a-HitMay-2016Toastmaster- May 2016.pdfPaul Sterman  Paul Sterman is the senior editor of Toastmaster magazine.      
LeadershipTips for the LeaderThe Essence of Great Leadershiphttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Tips-for-the-LeaderMay-2016 Terry "Starbucker" St. Marie http://www.terrystarbucker.comTerry is a writer, consultant, entrepreneur and startup investor living in Portland, Oregon. He's also the co-founder and publisher of the media platform focussed on Oregon entrepreneurs, BuiltOregon.com. He has been named one of the top 100 Leadership Management Experts by Inc. magazine.      
LeadershipPersonal DevelopmentCompassionate Leadershiphttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Compassionate-LeadershipApril-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfJimmy ThaiDTM Jimmy Thai speaks to a global audience on how he transformed from being known as one of the “Boat People” refugees to become a Fortune 500 vice president. He is now living in San Diego, California. His Leadership Foundation Academy develops compassionate leaders to serve the less-fortunate      
LeadershipClub LeadershipNine Ways to Spot a Leader June-2016 Dana LamonDTM, AShttp://danalamon.comDana Lamon, DTM, AS, is the 1992 Toastmasters World Champion of Public Speaking. He is a member of three clubs in Lancaster, California and an Accredited Speaker. You can reach him on dana@danalamon.com.      
LeadershipClub Leadership5 Tips for finding a Prospective Leader (sidebar) June-2016           
LeadershipHigh Performancce LeadershipLeadership Lessons from the Real World. How to advance your skills with a High Performance Leadership project.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Sept2016/LeadershipLessonsSeptember-2016 Dave Zielinksi  Dave Zielinksi is a freelance business journalist based in Minneapolis and a frequent contributor to Toastmaster magazine.      
Learning ExperienceVisionMoving Forward by Honoring the Past. Toastmasters Pathways reflects Ralph Smedley's vision July-2016 Sue Stanley  Sue is a senior instructional designer for Toastmasters International.      
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageThe Glamorous Role of Grammarian Feb-201172199.7.pdfLawrence StoneATM-B        
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageCutting Out Filler Wordshttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Cutting-Out-Filler-WordsFeb-201172199.7.pdfWilliam H. Stevenson III https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Cutting-Out-Filler-WordsA freelance writer in Huntsville, Alabama. He was formerly a member of three Toastmasters clubs in the Huntsville area. Contact him at whsteve3@aol.com.      
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageConfessions of a Logophile Jun-201169630.11.pdfColleen PlimptonACB        
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageDistance Makes the Wording Wander Sep-201177837.8.pdfJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageDining in the Land Down Under Oct-201181016.3.pdfJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageTo “Eh” or Not to “Eh” Nov-201184547.3.pdfJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at Language2011 Wardrobe Malfunctions Dec-201188861.5.pdfJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageCommunication Resolutions Jan-20128B3ED937D9D44D9C8CD4A4D5C3A69B5D.ashxJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageDon’t Express Yourself Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguagePicking the Right Word Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxAnu GargCTM, CL        
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageSatire, Irony and Sarcasm Apr-2012335083E1EF664ACE8373CD81878D8BFF.ashxJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageThe Scrupulous Sandwich Approach Jun-2012E0584DE8B8D947A4B7FA40C352A9A555.ashxJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageGet Creative with Word of the Day Jul-2012EF0EFC3674434778A38006FD3E1426C1.ashxDan BrewerCC        
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageGive Your Words a Workout Jul-2012EF0EFC3674434778A38006FD3E1426C1.ashxLinda E. AllenACS, CLttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-Association#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-AssociationA member of the Enid Speakers of the Plains Toastmasters in Enid, Oklahoma. She is a writer, speaker and trainer specializing in cultural awareness, professional and personal development, and leadership.      
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageWhat Do You Do? Jul-2012EF0EFC3674434778A38006FD3E1426C1.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageThe Power of the Pen and the Voice Aug-2012D49C104DBC5F4687A40629010F9DF8A7.ashxJudith C. TingleyPh.D, DTM        
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageHow Intriguing Is Your Speech Title? Sep-2012F221252DD1E94A1785B8B6E07ED1845E.ashxHoward ScottACBhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Become-a-Better-ThinkerA member of the South Shore Soliloquy Toastmasters in Kingston, Massachusetts. Reach him at dancinghill@gmail.com.      
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageCrazy for Grammar Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageWords We Don’t Like Dec-2012698A3DEE2AA64BA994F27EA601E1EAC2.ashxJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageThe Defining Test for New Words Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxPatrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageOf Bilingualism and Bravery Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxDick Bourgeois-DoyleCC        
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageGrammar Faux Pas Reconsidered Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxJenny Baranick         
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageLike Wow! Slang Is Ill, Chill and Copacetic Oct-2013F560EE07D8CC4A59BF396F772FC85E36.ashxRichard LedererPh.Dhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Looking-at-Language-A-Primer-of-Political-WordsThe author of more than 30 books about language, history and humor, including his best-selling Anguished English series and his current book, Presidential Trivia. He was Toastmasters Golden Gavel recipient in 2002.      
Looking at LanguageLooking at LanguageSay It with Poetry Oct-2013F560EE07D8CC4A59BF396F772FC85E36.ashxKate Bateman         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyYou’ve Got Rhythm Feb-1984           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyRX For Better Speech Aug-1984           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyCare and Feeding of Your Speaking Instrument Feb-1985           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietySomething to SHOUT About Jun-1985           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyDoes Your Club Have Rhythm Jun-1986           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyWomen’s Speech Patterns Dec-1986           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyGoodbye Confusion Hello Clarity May-1987           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyUnmix Your Messages May-1987           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyDon’t Abuse Your Voice Dec-1988           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyThe Key to Effective Speechwriting Apr-1989           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyKeep Your Voice in Tune Apr-1989           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyStrategies for Good Vocal Hygiene Oct-1989           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietySay It With Music Sep-1990           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyIt’s Not What You Say Aug-1991           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyPutting the Accent On Understanding Sep-1991           
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietySay It With A Pause Nov-1991           
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsTrippingly on the Tongue Jun-1993 Carol Richardson         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyBeauty Is in the Ear of the Listener Dec-1993 Joanne Sherman         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyCordless In Virginia Dec-1993 Melissa Pellegrin         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyWhy Pavarotti Speaks Sotto Voce Dec-1993 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesAre You Doing It For Your Audience or For Yourself Feb-1996 Linda CookCTM        
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsIt’s No Mystery Jun-1996 Roger MartinCTM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyThe Power of Pace Aug-1996 Doug Malhouf         
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentConsider Cadence Sep-1996 Joann NiemalaCTM        
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsClichés: The Junk Food of Language Nov-1996 Gary MuldoonCTM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyA Blast from the Past Mar-1997 Alan M. PerlmanPh.D        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietySpeak with Eloquence Mar-1997 Thomas MontalboDTM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyHow’s Your Diction Mar-1997 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesGetting the Upper Hand May-1997 Richard G. Ensman Jr         
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentCreative Stealing Jun-1997 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentYou Are What You Say Aug-1997 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingClub ManagementOrganize your Speech the SQ3R Way Sep-1997 Edda R. BevilacquaATM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyDisembodied Voices Sep-1997 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingWritingNot Another Boring Speech, Please! Dec-1997 Alan M. PerlmanPh.D        
Manner of SpeakingResourcesQuote… Unquote Jan-1998 Nigel Rees         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyHow a Woman Made a Speech That Saved a Thro Feb-1998 Hal Gordon         
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesStrengthen Your Speeches with WIIFMs Feb-1998 Asha GoldbergCTM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyFind Your Unique Voice Feb-1998 Brenda CaineATM        
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsSay It Again, Sam Apr-1998 Gary MuldoonCTM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyAdd Punch with a Pause Apr-1998 Gary MichaelPh.D        
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesThe Art of Spinning a Yarn May-1998 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentKindergarten Was Wrong - Practice Doesn't Make Perfect Jun-1998 Phillip J. Stella         
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentThe Fine Art of Funny Business Aug-1998 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingPersonal AttributesWatch What You Say to Yourself Sep-1998 Amy WaltonATM        
Manner of SpeakingEmotionsThe Power of Empowerment Nov-1998 Darin SmythPh.D, ATM        
Manner of SpeakingProfessionsAll the World Is a Stage Feb-1999 Jennifer M. Gangloff         
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsSpice It Up With Figures of Speech Feb-1999 Hartley EngelCTM        
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsHow Do Your Words Define You? Mar-1999 Clarice R. Cox         
Manner of SpeakingResourcesYou Never Know When You Will Make a Memory May-1999 Jim CarmickleATM        
Manner of SpeakingTechnologyThe Overhead Projector – The Presenter’s Workhor Jun-1999 Phillip J. Stella         
Manner of SpeakingBody LanguageCommunicating Well Without Words Jul-1999 Catherine F. Harris         
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentAre You a Donkey, a Horse, or a Mule Aug-1999 Shelia SpencerATM-S        
Manner of SpeakingRelationships’Spencify' What You Want Nov-1999 Tom McGrath         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyGive Audiences a Break! Dec-1999 Roy FenstermakerDTM        
Manner of SpeakingEmotionsShow the Audience the Real You Dec-1999 Dennis KessingerCTM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyIt’s the Pause that Really Refreshes Dec-1999 Roy FenstermakerDTM        
Manner of SpeakingResourcesBan Boring Bios Feb-2000 Paul L. Raikes         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyRedesign Your Voice Mar-2000 Roy Hanschke         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyThe Thunderous Power of Silence: Stepping on Your Own Toes May-2001 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietySteal The Show With Ventriloquism Dec-2002 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
Manner of SpeakingWritingStart With a Destination Jan-2003 Ken Askew         
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesIn Praise of the Amateur Speech Feb-2003 Ken Askew         
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentThink When We Talk Apr-2003 Michael LandrumATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Eye-to-EyeAn executive speaker’s coach and speechwriter in New York. He published a volume of essays titled The Best of the Passionate Speaker. Reach him at www.CoachMike.com.      
Manner of SpeakingRelationshipsBeating the Pregnant Pause Jun-2003 Corey Deitz         
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentYou Don’t Say Aug-2003 Stephen D. BoydPh.D        
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentHow Interesting Is Your Introduction? Dec-2003 Michael McCann         
Manner of SpeakingGoal SettingCare, Dare, Prepare Apr-2004 Valerie Merahn         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyAccent Reduction Tips Aug-2004 Julie Bawden-Davis http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Being-BilingualA freelance writer based in Southern California and a longtime contributor to the Toastmaster. You can reach her at Julie@JulieBawdenDavis.com.      
Manner of SpeakingContestsStrange Contest Speeches Nov-2004 John SpaithCTM        
Manner of SpeakingContestsWant to Win an Evaluation Contest? Jan-2005 Regina JaslowATM-B        
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesDon’t Paint It. Stain It! Feb-2005 George NigroDTM        
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentCan’t Tell a Joke? Tell a Cartoon Jun-2005 Malcolm Kushner         
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentIn Africa, We Tell Stories Jul-2005 Douglas KrugerATM-S        
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentRehearsal is the Key Sep-2005 Patti GiesCTM        
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentDazzling Speech Openers Dec-2005 Anne Miller         
Manner of SpeakingEmotionsGetting Your Audience to Say ‘Yes!’ Jan-2006 David Garfinkel         
Manner of SpeakingWritingConfessions of a Political Speechwriter Feb-2006 Michael ScroccaroCTM        
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesLessons from Oscar Apr-2006 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
Manner of SpeakingWritingMake Every Speech Noteworthy May-2006 Mark BuschenaCTM        
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentThank You and Come Again Jul-2006 Gene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesTwo-Minute Tales! (Table Topics) Aug-2006 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesThink Purple Cow Oct-2006 Eric FengACB        
Manner of SpeakingClub MeetingsThe 30-Second Me Strategy Nov-2006 Nannette Potter         
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentThe One-Minute Power Introduction Dec-2006 George OldsDTM        
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentLooking for a Speech Idea? Jan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxRon PalermoDTM        
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsThe Power of Words – Looking at Language Aug-20071F6AE05D70E2400DBA741962CB6246A7.ashxElizabeth MartinACS        
Manner of SpeakingWritingWhich is more important: The Speech or the Speaker? Sep-20075D3F72F2A9404A24AA1126509FC71D42.ashxGene Perret https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Your-Comedy-ChecklistAn Emmy Award–winning writer who has written for legendary comics such as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett and others. His latest book is The Ten Commandments of Comedy. Visit his website at comedywritersroom.com.      
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentMarathon of the Mouth – Surviving 3 Speeches in 1 Oct-2007271E513936E14B76B9264A63898C6A7B.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
Manner of SpeakingRelationshipsGiving Courage through Encouragement Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxJerry ParsonsDTM        
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentRemedy for Lifeless Speech – how to breathe life in Mar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxBill Hennefrund         
Manner of SpeakingAudiencesSpeaking to an All­Women Audience… When You’re a Man Apr-2008FCEFF29F23C9435184CC605A90E3835C.ashxNeil Chethik         
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentGet off the Cow Path! May-2008533DC02201EC453F83783C56BD8592F1.ashxSuzanne RichesPh.D        
Manner of SpeakingSpeechesMy Day in Prison Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxSusanne RiehleACG, CL        
Manner of SpeakingWritingThe Mini-Memoir: A Slice of your Life Jul-2008080A6E5B2E8142948246515865F72A29.ashxNowell KingATM-B        
Manner of SpeakingSpeech DevelopmentHelping Kids Tame their Butterflies Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxShimali Agarwal   Barbara KrasnerCTMNora Nerses   
Manner of SpeakingSpeaker DevelopmentGet Paid to Speak – how to get started on the path t Sep-20087E623F26E757461186893D3FF14FEBE5.ashxJane Atkinson         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyFound in Translation Feb-201172199.7.pdfBeth BlackCC        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyIt’s More Than a Speech Mar-201172188.11.pdfDennis R. BlanchardACS        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietySo Shy! Apr-201172190.11.pdfAmanda Jaucian BalnegACB        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyMastering the Ceremony May-201166694.7.pdfJack VincentCTM, CL        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyQuotes, Toasts and Fun Facts Sep-201177837.8.pdfSteve Magnino         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyPause-itive Encouragement Oct-201181016.3.pdfDan HebertATM-B, CL        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyThe Strategies of Silence Oct-201181016.3.pdfLinda E. AllenACBttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-Association#http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Steering-the-American-Medical-AssociationA member of the Enid Speakers of the Plains Toastmasters in Enid, Oklahoma. She is a writer, speaker and trainer specializing in cultural awareness, professional and personal development, and leadership.      
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyBest Sales Letter Ever Sep-2012F221252DD1E94A1785B8B6E07ED1845E.ashxMark Satterfield         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyMastering Storytelling Sep-2012F221252DD1E94A1785B8B6E07ED1845E.ashxAllen Schoer         
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyIncrease Your Rewards Oct-2012CAAAFAFE89DD4041A8F17C1DC00D60ED.ashxMarcy OrtizACB, ALB        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyStepping Outside the Mom Zone Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxChristine ClappDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Elevator-SpeechDevelops the voice of experts who want to broaden their impact. She is the author of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts and the president of Spoken with Authority      
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyTalk Like Me Mar-2013A7A5130BEEEB4341AE6001DE10DD9FFA.ashxGarret GarrelsCC        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyFrom Greenland to Everywhere May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxCarl DuivenvoordenDTM        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyFrom Actor to Toastmaster Aug-2013F400DFADC8694D9FBFE889582F9305FE.ashxJames WantzACS, ALB        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyLessons from a Garden Speaker Aug-2013F400DFADC8694D9FBFE889582F9305FE.ashxColleen PlimptonACB, CL        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyGive Yourself a Hand Sep-2013741E2BAC4AD04C428DEB7D5EF97FD89A.ashxMatt Abrahams         
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsQ&A: Andy Weissman, ACB, ALB, is a Whizz with Words Feb-201493E94F2F4DA642E2817850753BFCCC5D.ashxJennie Harris  Associate editor for the Toastmaster magazine      
Manner of SpeakingCommunicationThe Art of Bragging Mar-20145D95B4CE27964C58BCE67E225CFDA942.ashxJohn SpaithACG, ALB        
Manner of SpeakingDisabilitySpeaking in the Dark May-2014B800DCFD4A5F410B9A1A75A5FB64EAE7.ashxMary HilandACS, CL        
Manner of SpeakingVocal VarietyAccent Management: Sound Strategieshttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Sound-Strategies-to-Make-Sure-Your-English-is-UnderstoodJul-20149C64A34710304714B002DF6F7DC0C804.ashxPhyllis ThesierACS, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Sound-Strategies-to-Make-Sure-Your-English-is-UnderstoodMember of Plymouth TM club, Wisconsin, & Toastmasters@MIT club in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Nationally certified speech & communication specialist with an MA (Teaching). Speaks on communication & culture at universities & professional organizations      
Manner of SpeakingWorking With WordsWhat's the Question? Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxJennifer L. BlanckDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
Member MomentVoiceCreating Connections Through Voice June-2016 Shannon Dewey  Shannon Dewey is the editorial coordinator for the Toastmaster magazine.      
Member ProfileMember ProfileNew Tales of Old Trails May-2016Toastmaster- May 2016.pdfLinda AllenACS, CL Linda Allen is a member of the Enid Speakers of the plains Toastmasters in Enid, Oklahoma. She is a writer, speaker and trainer specialising in professional and personal development and leadership skills.      
Member ProfilePersonal DevelopmentIt's Go, Go, Go April-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfMitch MirkinCTM Mitch Mirkin, is a member of Randallstown Network Toastmasters, based in Baltimore, Maryland. He works as a writer and editor for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.      
Member ProfileStand-up ComedyNever Too Late, Never Too Old. June-2016 Shannon Dewey  Shannon Dewey is the editorial coordinator for the Toastmaster magazine.      
Membership BuildingClub ManagementTI, PR & U Aug-1998 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
Membership BuildingSpeechesYour 30-Second Commercial Aug-1998 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Membership BuildingClub ManagementMedia Alert! Aug-1998 Michele May         
Membership BuildingClub ManagementPR Basics Aug-1998 Brad Leone         
Membership BuildingClub MembershipCustomer Service In Toastmasters Sep-1998 Scott A. RenshawATM        
Membership BuildingClub MeetingsA Show Worth Putting On! Nov-1999 Peter HarrisDTM        
Membership BuildingClub MeetingsVisitor’s Pass Oct-2000 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Membership BuildingClub Management365 Days to a Club Turnaround Nov-2000 Wayne MyersATM-B        
Membership BuildingClub ManagementYou Know Your Club Needs to Improve Its PR Efforts When: Dec-2000 Ronald BarredoDTM        
Membership BuildingClub MembershipCreate a New-Member Orientation Program Jan-2001 Paul NiserATM-B        
Membership BuildingRelationshipsHow’s Your Club's Customer Service Aug-2001 Margaret ConneryATM-B        
Membership BuildingClub ManagementEvery Meeting an Advertisement, Every Member an Ambassador Aug-2001 Shelia SpencerATM-G        
Membership BuildingClub MeetingsRx for Low Meeting Attendance Oct-2001 Susan Dabulskis-Hunter         
Membership BuildingGoal SettingCan a Club Be Too Successful? Dec-2001 Lois Ward RoyalATM-G        
Membership BuildingEvaluationsWant to Have Better Meetings? Jan-2002 Nelson QuinteroATM-G        
Membership BuildingToastmasters InternationalI’m Glad I Mentioned It! Mar-2002 Camille CrandallATM-B        
Membership BuildingEducational ProgramThe DCP: Are There Only 10 Goals? Jul-2002 Lori SpanglerDTM        
Membership BuildingClub ManagementGuerrilla PR Jun-2003 Sally Richards         
Membership BuildingClub BuildingMore Guests = More Members Sep-2005 Sam SantiagoCTM        
Membership BuildingContestsShowcase Your Club Through Speech Contests Nov-2005 Richard DelaneyATM-B        
Membership BuildingClub BuildingTurning Guests Into Members Feb-2006 Carl DuivenvoordenDTM        
Membership BuildingClub BuildingStart a New Toastmasters Club Mar-2006 Carl DuivenvoordenDTM        
Membership BuildingClub MembershipMember Retention Strategies Sep-2006 Carl DuivenvoordenDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingHow To Hire Wisely Feb-1984           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingCapture the College Market Sep-1986           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingThe Care and Feeding of Club Members Dec-1986           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingProfit Sharing with the Corporate Club Feb-1987           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingSay – Yes To What’s Best Apr-1987           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingHow Sharp Are Your Building Tools? May-1987           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingHow To Start A New Club Mar-1988           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingGrow New Members With Grassroots Publicity Jul-1988           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingFirst Toastmasters Club Chart.in Soviet Union Jan-1989           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingYour Lasting Legacy:Founding a New TM Club Jul-1990           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingIs Your Club Getting Too Big? Jul-1991           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingClub Growth: Do or Die Dec-1992           
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingSponsor a Successful Toastmasters Club Jan-1993           
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipJoin the Circle Dec-1993 Joice FranklinATM-B        
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipWant New Members? Just Ask! Jan-1994 Marcia Taylor BarneyDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipSmall, Struggling Clubs – Take Heart! Feb-1994 Lorrie S. BlackmonATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipAnswering the Question Mar-1994 Dave FultonDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingTrainingMake a U-Turn With Speechcraft Apr-1994 Susan Jane WhiteATM-S        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingHave a Guest Day Jun-1994 Pam PriceCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingLet’s Share the Power of Toastmasters Aug-1994 Carolyn WeisbartATM-B        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingThink Creative Aug-1994 Betty K. Thom         
Membership/Club BuildingMentoringI Couldn’t Have Done It Without You Nov-1994 James L. ConnellATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipStrength in Numbers Dec-1994 Robert L. JohnsonATM-B        
Membership/Club BuildingClub MeetingsGreet the Stranger Warmly May-1995 Don ViewegATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingMembership Building 101 Jul-1995 Staff         
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingLet’s Help Others Help Themselves Jul-1995 Carl P. Schwatrz         
Membership/Club BuildingClub Building20/20 Vision Jul-1995 Patrick SuppleCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipGive Your Club a Membership Boost Nov-1995 Sally LimCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementBuild a Team, Build a Club Jan-1996 Channy ChowCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingA Recipe for Chartering a Club Mar-1996 Sherri WoodATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingWhat are You Doing to Build Membership? Jul-1996 Richard G. Ensman Jr         
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingMembership Recruiting the Easy Way Sep-1996 Roslyn I. AtwoodATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingSpreading the Word Dec-1996 Les KingCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingTrainingSpeechcraft to Revitalize Jan-1997 Shirley McPhersonATM-B        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingShare the Power of Toastmasters with Educators Feb-1997 Lin GillCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClubsHow to Start a Company Club Apr-1997 Joyice A. PowellCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub Building24 Easy Ways to Increase Your Club Membership Apr-1997 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingGetting Wacky About Membership Building Oct-1997 Jimmy HendersonATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingMembership Building Is as Simple as ABCD Oct-1997 Doris S. TseDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementAll that Glitters Is Not Sold Oct-1997 Martha LasleyCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementPromote Your Club on TV – For Free! Jan-1998 Thomas Michael AsterCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingTrainingSpeechcraft - A Source of Income For Your Club Feb-1998 Lise CloutierCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingHow to Turn Around a Struggling Club Mar-1999 Fran Chen KeatCTM, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingNew Clubs: New Challenges and Benefits Apr-1999 Betty WundATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingAdd Members with the “Double E” Approach Jul-1999 Darin SmythPh.D, ATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingYour 16-Second Elevator Speech Aug-1999 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingJoint Kiwanis-Toastmasters Club Breaks New Ground Aug-1999 Staff         
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingLeave No Stone Unturned Nov-1999 David OtoATM-S        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingDebug Your Club Mar-2000 Ann BlochATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingA Recipe for Promoting Your Club Apr-2000 Darin SmythPh.D, ATM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingConnecting the Dots: Turning Guests Into Members Jun-2000 Jennifer L. BlanckCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingBuilding Clubs, One Toastmaster at a Time Jul-2000 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingRelevancy Matters Jul-2000 John R. Ward         
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingBreaking Ground on New Clubs Jul-2000 Art NietoDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingTools to Help You Build New Clubs Jul-2000 Staff         
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingHold Onto That Member Dec-2000 David OtoATM-S        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingSuccess 101 Apr-2001 Larry WelchDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingStart a New Club. It’s Easy! May-2001 Joann M. McCabeCL        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingSometimes You Must Just Kufu Your Way Out Oct-2001 John GalloCL        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingC.P.R. for a Struggling Toastmasters Club Oct-2001 Linda LoveDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingWhat to Do With Your Faithful Few Jun-2002 Jonathan SprinklesATM-G        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingWhat’s Your Hit Rate? Jul-2002 Arthur CridlandDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingEducational ProgramGrowth or Stagnation? Jan-2003 Frances M. May         
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipIntegrate, Don’t Isolate Your New Members Jan-2003 Jennifer L. BlanckCTM, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.Jeannine Parisi     
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementHang Billboards! May-2003 Felicia ArtisDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingTrainingFrom Speechcrafter to Toastmaster Jun-2003 Susan HuysamenCTM        
Membership/Club BuildingTrainingConsider Speechcraft Jun-2003 Kate ParkerATM-B        
Membership/Club BuildingEvaluationsRecruiting Members at Evaluation Boot Camp Jun-2003 Pam KeyzerDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingClub Management17 Ideas on How and Where to Promote Toastmasters in Your Community Jun-2003 Sally Richards         
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingAdjusting to a New Club Aug-2003 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Membership/Club BuildingEmotionsRomancing the Club Sep-2003 Carolyn CairnsATM-S        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingToastmasters Reinvented Feb-2004 Steve Brandon         
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementA Little Publicity Goes a Long Way Jun-2004 Linda ChicoineATM-B        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingReach Out & Touch Someone Jun-2004 Paula Syptak PriceCL        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingKeep ‘Em Coming Back – How One Club Does It Jun-2004 Marilyn McConnellCTM  Conley GilesCTM    
Membership/Club BuildingClubsStart a Club Where? Dec-2004 Jennifer L. BlanckATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.Brett Howe     
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingBuilding New Corporate Clubs Jan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxPatrick McClureATM-S, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingClub MeetingsKeep Guests Coming Back Jan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxKaren Hobson         
Membership/Club BuildingClubsChartering the Corporate Club: A Survey Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxShelia SpencerDTM        
Membership/Club BuildingSpeechesTalking Up Toastmasters on the Radio Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxDavid RippeATM-B, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingCourteous Ideas that Grow Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxRobert Brumm         
Membership/Club BuildingClubsAT&T Makes the Right Choice Feb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingToastmasters in Rural Areas Feb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxMark Dykeman         
Membership/Club BuildingClub MembershipHow to find the Right Club Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxMichael Chan         
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementWhen you Promote It, They Will Come – Tips for VPPR Sep-20087E623F26E757461186893D3FF14FEBE5.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementThe Power of Publicity – Be savvy and proactive in pr Sep-20087E623F26E757461186893D3FF14FEBE5.ashxJoe CookeATM-B        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingInfuse Your Club With Vitamin C… Creativity Jan-20098987ACA45FAF4A93968659236F3541F0.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingLift Your Club’s Quality Bar Jan-20098987ACA45FAF4A93968659236F3541F0.ashxJanet ReeseACS, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingA Little Creativity Goes a Long Way Jan-20098987ACA45FAF4A93968659236F3541F0.ashxEleanor GuderianACG, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingIt’s All in the Name Feb-2009DE3ED1CF2BFA403487EA6098B805A5EC.ashxTammy A. MillerDTM, PID        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingBe a Champion of Change Jul-2009BD45E882662E40858F158F0ABBEC8D6A.ashxNarges NirumvalaACB, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingHelp in Hard Times Jul-2009BD45E882662E40858F158F0ABBEC8D6A.ashxBeth BlackCC        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingCooking Up a Learning Lab Aug-200945DDC567F63A4B94A8A84310C09A8EE4.ashxCraig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingVentura Club #24: Going Strong Since 1934 Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxKatherine WertheimCC, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingBroadening Your Horizons Oct-200920F86FE527A9488090CA173E3C2A1EF8.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingRx for Better Health: Toastmasters May-201018B9FC8B947D470DB84EB3FB355E951A.ashxTheodore LustigDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Most-Difficult-Speech-The-EulogyA member of the Round Rock Chambermasters club in Round Rock, Texas. He can be reached at tlustig@austin.rr.com.      
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingReignite Your Passion for Toastmasters Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxNarges NirumvalaACB, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingTalking About Love Jun-201072F667A7111E4F0EBAECDD20DE7AE7CF.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingBamboo Bursts Through Jul-20100166082946FE4A18AAC0F401B2032F80.ashxJohnny T. UyDTM, PID International President 2006-2007      
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingRise and Shine Oct-2010404D20D2F6ED44A697DC7DCF3AE8CBE5.ashxJill WhitmoreCC, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingMembership/Club BuildingSmall Steps, Great Changes Dec-201059B0CD1E3F954DFAB47B0805A3363B58.ashxMaria Tomescu         
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementGetting the Message Out Oct-2013F560EE07D8CC4A59BF396F772FC85E36.ashxMarie HulettACB, CL        
Membership/Club BuildingClubsHigher Education Isn't Limited to the College Classroomhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsMay-2015FB3509455B1C406F9A5FEF3AB440E8FE.ashxJennifer L. Blanck https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
Membership/Club BuildingClub BuildingA 'Top Notch' Turnaround Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxJulie B. CosgroveACG, ALB        
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementSocial Media Tips For Your Club Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxGemma Costello         
Membership/Club BuildingClub ManagementGet the Word Out Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxGlenn F. LavesonACG        
MentorshipMentoringMeet our Mentors, profiles of dedicated leaders who pave the way to fast growth in Toastmasters. May-2016           
MiscellaneousToastmasters InternationalA Good Toastmaster is Easy to Find! Jan-2001 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
MiscellaneousClub ManagementPlay It Again, Sam Feb-2001 Norma Lewis         
MiscellaneousEvaluationsThe Winning R.A.T.I.O. Apr-2001 Michael Drake         
MiscellaneousSpeech EnvironmentCreating the Right Meeting Climate Apr-2001 Beverly Barnhart         
MiscellaneousRole ModelsA New Start at 101 Jul-2001 Staff         
MiscellaneousWorking With WordsA WordMaster's Dream Crossword Puzzle Jul-2001 Aaron RidlingATM-B        
MiscellaneousPoemDo Not Stand at My Grave and Weep Oct-2001 Anonymous         
MiscellaneousResourcesOn Terrorism and Toastmasters Oct-2001 Suzanne Frey         
My TurnCommunicationWhat Is Effective Communication? Jun-1993 Jim SchnaedterATM        
My TurnClub BuildingStart New Clubs the Easy Way Jul-1993 S. R. DunnDTM        
My TurnEmotionsIt Takes More Than Just a Speech Aug-1993 Dr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
My TurnClub MeetingsAn Open Letter From Your Club President Sep-1993 Bill McGrawCTM        
My TurnRelationshipsMembers in the Line of Fire Oct-1993 Karen Joyce BellATM        
My TurnContestsThe Purpose of Speech Contests Nov-1993 Dr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentLet Your Wrinkles Show Dec-1993 Allan Klein         
My TurnRelationshipsWhat’s Our Message Jan-1994 Ede Ferrair-D'AngeloATM        
My TurnEmotionsSuffering from Complimentary Collapse? Feb-1994 Jim DinanDTM        
My TurnRelationshipsAn Open Letter to The Discouraged Toastmaster Mar-1994 Paula J. PriceCTM        
My TurnSpeechesHow's Your Club’s Culture? Apr-1994 Ted WoodDTM        
My TurnWritingSpeechwriters of the World, Get Lost! May-1994 Phil Theibert         
My TurnBody LanguageTerminal Talk, Cliches and Other Matters Grave Jun-1994 Marion Amberg         
My TurnWorking With WordsI’m OK, You're PC Jul-1994 Joanne Sherman         
My TurnLeadershipAsk Not What Your Club Can Do ... Aug-1994 Thomas K. JueCTM        
My TurnClub ManagementWhat’s In a Name? Sep-1994 Andy JacksonCTM        
My TurnToastmasters InternationalReady, Set ... Internet Oct-1994 Joel FurrDTM        
My TurnRelationshipsGo Fly a Kite! Nov-1994 Stanford HamblinATM        
My TurnWorking With WordsLearning the Language Dec-1994 Galina MogilyanskyCTM        
My TurnSpeechesAt the Drop of Hat, I’m Ready! Jan-1995 Carla GoodmanCTM        
My TurnWorking With WordsLet’s Let Frosty be the Odd Man Out Feb-1995 Marion Amberg         
My TurnDistrict OrganisationMembership Beyond the Club Mar-1995 George ShyrockDTM        
My TurnEmotionsPublic Speaking is the #1 Fear? Hogwash! Apr-1995 Rick Gilbert         
My TurnClub MeetingsEat, Think, and Be Merry May-1995 Bernice Tatum         
My TurnClub MeetingsThe Toastmasters Club: A Workshop for the Real World Jun-1995 Peter ReeveATM        
My TurnVocal VarietyMea Culpa Jul-1995 Dr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentI Ain’t Got No Goals Aug-1995 Charles A. JonesCTM        
My TurnClub MeetingsA Message From Your Club Sep-1995 Janet Whitcomb         
My TurnClubsWhat Have You Done For Your Club Lately? Nov-1995 Jim CarmickleATM        
My TurnEmotionsTo Beat Shyness, You Need a Map Dec-1995 Tom EvansCTM        
My TurnClub ManagementMy Competition Speech Jan-1996 Jim CarmickleATM        
My TurnClub ManagementTalking Toastmasters Feb-1996 Jill RowlandsDTM        
My TurnEvaluationsAmbushed at Toastmasters Mar-1996 Paula Syptak Price         
My TurnClub MembershipOld Dogs, New Tricks Apr-1996 Edward D. BankeyCTM        
My TurnEducational ProgramDoes DTM Mean “Dubious” or "Distinguished" Toastmaster? May-1996 Darrel FrancumATM-S        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentThe Power of the Titillating Title Jun-1996 Cindy ChambersCTM        
My TurnSpeech EnvironmentCoping With the Meeting Place Blues Jul-1996 Carole ErbDTM        
My TurnRelationshipsIn Defense of Controversy Aug-1996 Mark A. HammertonCTM        
My TurnClub MeetingsLetter to an Absent Toastmaster Sep-1996 Jim CarmickleATM        
My TurnResourcesThe Gavel Whacker Oct-1996 Karl C. JohnsonCTM        
My TurnClub ManagementWho’s In Charge Here? Nov-1996 Richard A. FreedmanDTM        
My TurnClub MembershipBreaking Up Is Hard to Do Jan-1997 Ellen Levine BremenATM        
My TurnRelationshipsThank You Dan, Thank You Toastmasters Feb-1997 Darren J. La CroixCTM        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentTo Your Own Speaking Style Be True Mar-1997 Jill RowlandsDTM        
My TurnBody LanguageSaved By a Cartoon Apr-1997 George TorokCTM        
My TurnContestsDon’t Accept Defeat – Continue to Compete! May-1997 Rex PawlakATM-B        
My TurnClub MeetingsConquer Their Fear of Flying Jun-1997 Jerry BelluneCTM        
My TurnClub MeetingsTo “Ah” is Human, To Count is Ridiculous Jul-1997 William J. Russell         
My TurnEmotionsCaught by Complacency Aug-1997 Jim PolingATM        
My TurnEmotionsIt Is Too, What You Say Sep-1997 Staff         
My TurnContestsThe Leprosy of Losing Oct-1997 V. J. SmithATM        
My TurnTechnologyToastmasters Online – Staying Connected Nov-1997 Nikki SweetCTM        
My TurnRelationshipsA Tale of Two Lawyers Dec-1997 Scott Heimes         
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentOverblown Style Can Camouflage Content Jan-1998 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
My TurnEvaluationsThe Evaluation: Not An Exact Science Feb-1998 Patti TrippDTM        
My TurnEvaluationsLet’s Evaluate to Motivate – Not Deflate Mar-1998 Norma Lewis         
My TurnSpeechesLet’s Give Speeches By the Book Apr-1998 Jim BarshopDTM        
My TurnGoal SettingChart Your Progress … Or Else! May-1998 Thomas Michael AsterCTM        
My TurnToastmasters InternationalThe Regional Conference: What an Experience Jun-1998 Robyn HarrisonCTM        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentWell Introduced is Half Produced Jul-1998 Bob ArmstrongATM        
My TurnClub BuildingWhat is the Secret to membership Growth? Aug-1998 Sharon SarlesATM        
My TurnClub MeetingsTable Topics Telepathy Sep-1998 Christine L. Thompson         
My TurnEmotionsToastmasters Find the Courage to Carry On Oct-1998 Jo CondrillDTM        
My TurnDisabilityThank You Toastmasters! Nov-1998 Cristy HaydenATM-B        
My TurnEvaluationsAn Awfully Good Speech Jan-1999 John V. StykerDTM        
My TurnEmotionsSpeak From the Heart Feb-1999 Diane PearsonATM        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentSay What You Mean Mar-1999 Thomas H. McKerlieDTM        
My TurnSpeechesMeeting the Tamada Apr-1999 John StinerCTM        
My TurnToastmasters InternationalA Toast to Toastmasters’ 75th Year May-1999 Douglas ReeseCTM        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentThe Secret to World-Class Presentations Jun-1999 Frederick GilbertPh.D        
My TurnRelationshipsPlease Praise Me! Jul-1999 Mary MurpheyATM-B        
My TurnGoal SettingAnything Worth Doing is Worth Doing Badly Aug-1999 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
My TurnSpeechesOur Toastmaster Among the Apostles Sep-1999 Richard FriedlanderCTM        
My TurnClub ManagementWe Hold These Truths Oct-1999 Dr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
My TurnResourcesTime – an Enemy, a Thief, a Friend Nov-1999 Cliff BrackettATM        
My TurnRelationshipsSpeaking Across Cultures Dec-1999 Beth Flower         
My TurnEmotionsConfessions of a (one-time) Terrified Speaker Jan-2003 Marla C. Maeder         
My TurnResourcesThe Best One-Dollar Investment I ever Made! Feb-2003 Randy ConleyDTM        
My TurnCommunicationThe Ten Commandments of Communication Mar-2003 Michael LandrumATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Eye-to-EyeAn executive speaker’s coach and speechwriter in New York. He published a volume of essays titled The Best of the Passionate Speaker. Reach him at www.CoachMike.com.      
My TurnTrainingThe Wind Beneath Our Wings Apr-2003 Al VopataPh.D, DTM        
My TurnPersonal AttributesTo Be a Speaker, You Must Be a Reader May-2003 Judi KanneCTM        
My TurnClub BuildingProspecting for a PR Nugget? Jun-2003 Marty MorrisDTM        
My TurnCommunicationListening to the Audience Jul-2003 Michael LandrumATM-Bhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Speaking-Eye-to-EyeAn executive speaker’s coach and speechwriter in New York. He published a volume of essays titled The Best of the Passionate Speaker. Reach him at www.CoachMike.com.      
My TurnGoal SettingRetirement – Reenlistment Aug-2003 James A. Nelson         
My TurnPersonal GrowthTwo Ears but One Mouth: Listening is the Sincerest Form of Flattery Sep-2003 Meg Dixit         
My TurnEmotionsConquering Fear Oct-2003 Janet KontzCTM        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentHow to Fulfill Your Speaking Potential: Try the Stair-Step Method Nov-2003 Michael Duddy         
My TurnWritingOn Learning Not to Write Dec-2003 Shari Dwyer         
My TurnEducational ProgramDistinguished is a Journey Jan-2004 Frances M. MayCL        
My TurnContestsBeing Disqualified is No Laughing Matter Feb-2004 Steve BroeATM-S        
My TurnResourcesThe Vagueness Is All Mar-2004 Nigel Rees         
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentThe Cash Value of Toastmasters Skills Apr-2004 Colin WilliamATM-B        
My TurnTechnologyPowerPoint: A Speaker’s Friend and Enemy May-2004 Eric Spellmann         
My TurnClub MeetingsMy Favourite Elixir: In Celebration of Morning Clubs Jul-2004 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
My TurnEmotionsThat Was Me Up There Aug-2004 Jeff ShortATM-S        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentThe Winding Road Sep-2004 Neil PassinghamCTM        
My TurnClub ManagementIdeas for Enlivening an Election Year Oct-2004 David TaylorCTM        
My TurnEmotionsThe Meaning of Competent Nov-2004 Jacob D. GiesbrechtCTM        
My TurnClub ManagementWhat’s In a Club Name? Dec-2004 Sam BrathwaiteCTM        
My TurnEvaluationsStarting Points Jan-2005 Tony RussCTM        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentI Learned It at the Movies Feb-2005 Isabel Gibson         
My TurnRelationshipsVisiting Clubs on the Road Mar-2005 April KihlstromCTM        
My TurnSpeechesWhat Makes a Great Speech? Apr-2005 E. Corinne ByrdCTM        
My TurnLeadershipLead From Where You Sit May-2005 Craig A. HarrisonDTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-History-of-ToastingA member of Lakeview Toastmasters in Oakland, California. He is a professional speaker and author of the Good, Better . . . Best series of books, available at www.SpeakAndLeadWithConfidence.com.      
My TurnPersonal AttributesHow Toastmasters Improves Your Health Jun-2005 Dennis HettATM-S        
My TurnBody LanguageDance Your Next Speech Jul-2005 Terry VineyATM-S        
My TurnCommunicationLessons Learned from Listening Aug-2005 Jim Walsh         
My TurnClub MembershipFinding a New Toastmasters Home in Shanghai Sep-2005 K. Beate RichterATM-B        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentHumor - What’s Funny to Some Nov-2005 Jackie DishnerCL        
My TurnRole ModelsMy Memories of Dr. Smedley Dec-2005 Dave Gardner         
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentThank You, Toastmasters! Jan-2006 Norm Bour         
My TurnWorking With WordsComplacent no More! Feb-2006 Kathy HrastarCTM        
My TurnAwardsThe Award and its Meaning Mar-2006 Brad Burgess         
My TurnEmotionsCompetent or Confident? Apr-2006 Frank S. AdamoATM-S        
My TurnEmotionsTeeing Off at Toastmasters May-2006 Sigrid MacdonaldCTM        
My TurnClub MembershipA New Toastmaster Serving Up Speeches Jun-2006 Carrie Tugwood         
My TurnPersonal AttributesBecoming a Better Parent Jul-2006 Elliott KatzCTM        
My TurnResourcesSuperb Stories Sell Aug-2006 Lesley SodenPh.D, ATM-B        
My TurnEmotionsDon’t Bring Me Flowers! Sep-2006 Sharon ReshniATM-S, CL        
My TurnSpeechesThe Power of Praise Oct-2006 Nina JohnCTM        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentAre You Walking Your Talk? Nov-2006 Frederique HerelDTM        
My TurnWorking With WordsNo More Vampire Words Dec-2006 Richard HashDTM        
My TurnEducational ProgramRunning the Numbers Jan-20078B26B981FDD44665B320D47A56800FBB.ashxMichelle (Miki) BakerATM-S        
My TurnRelationshipsOvercoming a Different Kind of Fear Feb-20070C27DAB2C700400FA944BC0DD832CE37.ashxMahtab NarsimhanCTM        
My TurnWorking With WordsLife in a Grammar Slammer Mar-20079FBE254BDD8D41CC86416D848604D9D9.ashxJason Love         
My TurnPersonal AttributesA Question of Manners – It’s OK to Thank or Apologize Apr-20078600D4EDC5104BCE97FEF92CACFDEB7C.ashxMargaret PageCL        
My TurnClub MembershipLive and Learn May-200749B740E9A118451EBBB80B4B45C2ADAA.ashxBen Daughtery         
My TurnProfessionsLanding my Dream Job Jun-2007DBB88BC355A9473FAFF294C7C48DE0DB.ashxTimothy J. Matson         
My TurnGoal SettingIt’s never too late to Join Toastmasters Jul-20073190260E8C0147828C154AEECE91B66C.ashxNeva LindellCTM        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentA question of Etiquette – when to say thank you or apologize Aug-20071F6AE05D70E2400DBA741962CB6246A7.ashxMargaret PageCL        
My TurnEducational ProgramDTM stands for Dearly Treasured Memories Sep-20075D3F72F2A9404A24AA1126509FC71D42.ashxMelissa BrownDTM        
My TurnCommunicationWalking My Talk: Learning how to Listen Oct-2007271E513936E14B76B9264A63898C6A7B.ashxOshiomowe R. Momodu-BusariACB, CL        
My TurnRole ModelsFrom Tragedy to Triumph – Rebuilding the speaker Nov-20073EDFA49732E9452FAB40883E4AB34285.ashxDarcy L. KeithCC        
My TurnVocal VarietyDo you Hear what I Hear? – When a Sound can Co Dec-200746C19D17FA0A41F088DCEFF9A96CD35D.ashxMarion Amberg         
My TurnEmotionsFacing the Fear and Finding… a Daredevil Speaker! Jan-2008865B1092D4D74EDFB6B99EFE99431761.ashxDavid Dawson         
My TurnVocal VarietySounding Off: if you don’t like your voice, here’s the Feb-2008268C466CA5914C1D8CA0C83DDEB3172B.ashxCaren Schnur NeilePh.D, ATM-S, CLhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Improve-with-ImprovDirects the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She also chairs the National Storytelling Network. You can reach Caren at cneile@fau.edu.      
My TurnClub BuildingRecruiting via Email Mar-200845506341D7184F84969725617FD763DA.ashxGwen WhippleACB        
My TurnGoal SettingDon’t wake up too soon – why you should compete in contests Apr-2008FCEFF29F23C9435184CC605A90E3835C.ashxDavid BrooksDTM        
My TurnClubsFrom Topeka with Hope May-2008533DC02201EC453F83783C56BD8592F1.ashxAlvin Emil VopataPh.D, DTM        
My TurnRole ModelsMy 15 Minutes of Fame Jun-2008681E9F14F91043E2BE9F873FA28177EB.ashxRose McCallATM-B        
My TurnRelationshipsFrom China to the US – Bridging cultural and career Aug-2008E716116B1EFE4D3EB9AE3A50963A6496.ashxAngie PalmerACS, ALB        
My TurnMy TurnDream Big, Act Big in 2011 Jan-201172181.5.pdfCroix Sather         
My TurnMy TurnWhat Will We Give Up? Feb-201172199.7.pdfPaul ArnholdCC, CL        
My TurnMy TurnTwo Decades of Transformation Mar-201172188.11.pdfJoy LardnerDTM        
My TurnMy TurnHave Faith in Your Voice Apr-201172190.11.pdfBen Decker         
My TurnMy TurnAn Education of the First Degree May-201166694.7.pdfKimberly TaylorACS        
My TurnMy TurnCan You Understand Me? Jun-201169630.11.pdfElsa Esquivel-SotoACG, ALB        
My TurnMy TurnSinging a Winning Tune! Jul-201172215.15.pdfPuerto Rico Toastmasters Club         
My TurnMy TurnLove Them Alligators Aug-201174755.7.pdfDick Warn         
My TurnMy TurnFrom Frightened to Fired Up Sep-201177837.8.pdfMark Tarbay         
My TurnMy TurnDeveloping Character Nov-201184547.3.pdfKathrin LakeACB        
My TurnMy TurnFor the Sake of My Son Dec-201188861.5.pdfShelley StevensonACS, ALB        
My TurnMy TurnThe Three-Peaks Challenge Jan-20128B3ED937D9D44D9C8CD4A4D5C3A69B5D.ashxHari Kalymnios         
My TurnMy TurnSpeak Like You Tweet Feb-201202E5AF84820144CF8FF289186943946C.ashxTim Cigelske         
My TurnMy TurnThe Ultimate Ice Breaker Mar-2012F9FB57BF0B6B47998FE1DAAFE5D761D6.ashxJulie Zelenak         
My TurnMy TurnLong-Distance Leadership Apr-2012335083E1EF664ACE8373CD81878D8BFF.ashxRoger KillenACB, ALS        
My TurnMy TurnLaid Off?! May-20126AE7CB324D7F457FB563CADDA05D3465.ashxDavid McNullaACS, CL        
My TurnMy TurnSaving the Wedding Day Jun-2012E0584DE8B8D947A4B7FA40C352A9A555.ashxSharon K. WeaverCC        
My TurnMy TurnTune in While You Talk Jul-2012EF0EFC3674434778A38006FD3E1426C1.ashxLisbeth L. McCartyCC        
My TurnMy TurnConfessions of a Brand Convert Aug-2012D49C104DBC5F4687A40629010F9DF8A7.ashxPaul WhiteDTM        
My TurnMy TurnSpeaking Up About Hearing Loss Sep-2012F221252DD1E94A1785B8B6E07ED1845E.ashxRachel McCallum         
My TurnMy TurnAppearing on TV—Unexpectedly Oct-2012CAAAFAFE89DD4041A8F17C1DC00D60ED.ashxKaty NimsACS, ALB        
My TurnMy TurnSame Language, Different Country Nov-20121C1BD9E1AFCC4B8FA0FC282931D1A78A.ashxJulian WorkerACB        
My TurnMy TurnDiving In Dec-2012698A3DEE2AA64BA994F27EA601E1EAC2.ashxNicole Sweeney EtterCL        
My TurnMy TurnFacing Change Confidently Jan-2013D78D6AA482A04E53B07FB599348C9CB1.ashxShelley Stutchman         
My TurnMy TurnProposing a New Life Feb-2013429B9FAF43B64D88ADB4B93BE6C65FE6.ashxDarren CawleyCC        
My TurnMy TurnThe Myth of Nonverbal Communication Mar-2013A7A5130BEEEB4341AE6001DE10DD9FFA.ashxAnn Banham         
My TurnMy TurnMy Mother, Myself Apr-20139749AFFA54164621A28B74A8BE38380A.ashxChristine A. RobinsonDTM        
My TurnMy TurnFor Diplomat, No Mission Is Impossible May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxThabo Khasipe         
My TurnMy TurnPractice Pays Off Jun-2013244585F1B3E74E91952494ACEBBB353F.ashxLynn MacKaben Brown         
My TurnMy TurnMedically Speaking Jul-2013A7B06CA5B56645F4963A6EE9458E1071.ashxKemi TomobiACG, ALB        
My TurnMy TurnWe Hold These Truths Aug-2013F400DFADC8694D9FBFE889582F9305FE.ashxDr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
My TurnMy TurnStarting a New Chapter Sep-2013741E2BAC4AD04C428DEB7D5EF97FD89A.ashxChris CorpusDTM        
My TurnMy TurnA Tragic Death Becomes a Tipping Point Oct-2013F560EE07D8CC4A59BF396F772FC85E36.ashxTammy LangleyCC        
My TurnMy TurnCompanions in Immigration Nov-2013258B5612D2D547DBA5C95D1890972E70.ashxJ. Deborah BodgonACG        
My TurnMy TurnMy Path to a DTM Earned Respect in Dubai Dec-20130C0CEB0AA884417A8679AAE54E91B8A2.ashxSujit SukumaranDTM        
My TurnPersonal AttributesPersitence Pays Off Feb-201493E94F2F4DA642E2817850753BFCCC5D.ashxBrian Jenner         
My TurnCommunicationCommunicating in Court Mar-20145D95B4CE27964C58BCE67E225CFDA942.ashxElizabeth TrendowskiACS, ALS        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentFrom Tragedy to Triumph Apr-201483B1F27333564006AB9E5D5B682CB0B4.ashxSephora Pierre-LouisDTM        
My TurnEmotionsConstructing Compassion May-2014B800DCFD4A5F410B9A1A75A5FB64EAE7.ashxNatasha D. CobbDTM        
My TurnAwardsDrum Roll, Please! Jun-2014378B1C5912C24D19985F9089CD418A71.ashxKhushi PasqualeCC, ALB        
My TurnSpeech DevelopmentTelling Stories of Survival Jul-20149C64A34710304714B002DF6F7DC0C804.ashxJulia LawrACB        
My TurnTaking the Terror out of TalkCat Got Your Tongue? Aug-20140272032B80764CB0A7237C951FA0127A.ashxSusan MillerCC, CL        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentFighting City Hall Sep-20146CD7345EC44945FE966AD225F2A6AF5F.ashxBob BaxterDTM        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking Success is a Means - not an End Oct-201405EE8ED1E4FE4309A4FEA3E415D42A34.ashxDr. Ralph C. Smedley  Founder of Toastmasters Interational      
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentMy Multicultural Journey Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxElliotte MaoDTM        
My TurnClub MembershipDon't be a Drop-out! Dec-2014673668AB45FF4013AA632DD1AA079C8B.ashxSharon DurginDTM        
My TurnRole ModelsHow I Earned My CC - In Just 31 Years Jan-2015103995B6B93B4BA79A88AE3A9D2F1C51.ashxE. J. Van HorneACG, ALB        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentFrom Batter's Box to the Stage Feb-2015E6D9CB46F79143DFAFF2718628BC19B9.ashxBrian D. BartonACB        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentGaining a Better View Mar-20156C20A4509EDD46E087D51291A614E9F4.ashxEmilie CortesACB, CL        
My TurnSpeaker DevelopmentComing To America Apr-2015D84B28A3D9E843CCB1038A6E535DE68A.ashxScarlett Xu         
My TurnTrainingHow I helped Tibetan refugees learn English May-2015FB3509455B1C406F9A5FEF3AB440E8FE.ashxDebbie McKeown         
My TurnVocal VarietyNaturally Speaking Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxDoris DumraufACB, CL        
My TurnEmotionsTaming the Winged Creatures Within Jul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxKen V. KrawchukDTM        
My TurnDisabilityA Mother's Mission Aug-2015459D8DDC529249D3AF1AA130323ECD22.ashxMona CooleyDTM        
My TurnRole ModelsAnniversary Meeting Sep-201599B0116586F5404FBD271D4369E4DD6C.ashxMitch MirkinCTMhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/How-to-Be-a-Ruthless-EditorMember of Randallstown Network Toastmasters, based in Baltimore, Maryland. He works as a writer and editor for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs      
My TurnContestsSpeech Contest Oct-201532C2AB4D77F94B898587D1C66200A530.ashxBridget MageeCC, CL Writer, poet, speaker, teacher and mom. She is a member of two clubs in Tuscon, Arizona. Read more of her writing at www.bridgetmagee.com      
My TurnRole ModelsEarning a CC - at 95 Nov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxDick MyersDTM Member of Verve Toastmasters in Calgary, Alberta, Canada      
My TurnRole ModelsMy European Adventurehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/My-European-AdventureDec-20150DFD94D2E01A44B881336C5D4F71B130.ashxFrank ThorogoodACGhttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/My-European-AdventureFellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of Toastmasters NICE in Nice, France      
My TurnPersonal AttributesDon't Put Off Your Dream Jan-2016EEC90B33F90E4B10A4CBB5E7C501538A.ashxChaz OsburnACS, CL Member of the Riverbend Club in Edmonton, Alberta. An American living in Canada, he recently had his first novel, Incident At Jonesborough, published by Pegasus Books      
My TurnGoal SettingThe Road Ahead Feb-201612BB948537DF4832B79A87282B5FF0D8.ashxAndrei Levitski  Member of the Sound Bytes Toastmasters club in Warren, New Jersey. He is a computer programmer who invented a car safety banner called Knight Sight. You can find it at www.knightsightstore.com      
My TurnPersonal AttributesThe 6 Success Secrets of the Super-Motivated Mar-201617B6B7E38B614C26A76A4363DDFAFF7A.ashxShawn Doyle  Author and life coach from southwestern Pennsylvania. A former Toastmaster, he is the author of 18 books. Reach him at www.shawndoylemotivates.com      
My TurnPersonal DevelopmentMy 20/20 Outlook May-2016Toastmaster- May 2016.pdfPauline A BlachfordCChttp://paulineblachford.comPauline is a member of the White Rock club in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. She owns the company Pauline Blachford Consulting, which helps optometry practices achieve customer satisfaction and profitability. Find out more at paulineblachford.com.      
My TurnPersonal DevelopmentMy Cross-Cultural Experiencehttp://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/My-Cross-Cultural-JourneyApril-2016Toastmaster- April 2016.pdfMarzieh GhiasiACB, ALBhttp://ghiasi.org/writingMarzieh Ghiasi, ACB, ALB, is a member of the McGill Club in Montreal. She is a past division governor and a graduate student in epidemiology, passionate about global health. You can find more about Marzieh at ghiasi.org/writing.      
My TurnComedyWhat's on your Bucket List? Performing stand-up comedy was at the top of mine. June-2016 Stacey Gustafson http://www.StaceyGustafson.comStacey is a member of the Afternoon TeleTalkers Toastmasters Club in San Ramon, California. Her book, "Are you Kidding Me? My Life with an Extremely Loud Family, Bathroom Calamities, and Crazy Relatives" was a No.1 Amazon best-seller in parenting, family humor and motherhood.      
My TurnBeing an EmceePlaying Host to Thousands. How I emceed the Singapore Expo and introduced the Prime Minister of India. July-2016 Manoj VasudevanACS, CLhttp://www.ThoughtExpressions.comManoj Vasudevan is a member of the Toastmasters Club in Singapore. In 2015, at the International Convention, he finished in third place for his speech.      
My TurnInspirationThe Rewards of Giving Back. Helping the athletes of Special Olympics Ireland has enriched and inspired our club.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Aug2016/MyTurnAugust-2016 Pat CowleyDTM Pat Cowley is a member of Tara Toastmasters in Dublin, Ireland. She is a recently retired school librarian. Her hobbies include bridge, reading, playing tennis and enjoying her eight grandchildren.      
My TurnMy TurnRising from the Shadows of War. How Toastmasters helped me cope with PTSD and reshape my brain.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Sept2016/RisingSeptember-2016 Saeed FassaieACS Saeed is a member of Lane Cove Toastmasters club in Australia. He is a design manager at SRG Limited and author of Rising From the Shadows, a memoir about revolution in Iran and his struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.      
My TurnMy TurnHow Courage Upstages Adversityhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Nov2016/MyTurnNovember-2016MagazineDarrell PhillipsACG Darrell Phillips, ACG is a member of the Spinnaker Toastmasters club in Porirua City, New Zealand.      
My TurnMy TurnThe Vows of Marriage. Officiating my niece’s wedding was a precious gift.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Dec2016/MyTurnDecember-2016MagazineCaren Schnur NeilePh.D., ATMS, CL Caren Schnur Neile, Ph.D., ATMS, CL is an affiliate professor at Florida Atlantic University. She is a frequent contributor to Toastmaster magazine and has spoken at two Toastmasters International conventions.      
My TurnClubsThe Magic of Paris. I celebrated the City of Light by visiting a Toastmasters Club.https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2017/Jan2017/MyTurnJanuary-2017Linda CohenACB, ALBhttp://www.lindacohenconsulting.comLinda is a member of Toastmasters for Speaking Professionals in Tigard, Oregon.      
NewsContestsThe New World Champion of Public Speakinghttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Magazine-Issues/2016/Nov2016/WCPSNovember-2016WCPSPaul Sterman  Paul Sterman is a senior editor of Toastmaster magazine.      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalImproved Educational System Oct-1996 Staff         
News from TIClub MembershipPromises Made, Promises Kept! Jan-1997 Staff         
News from TIEducational ProgramImproved Educational System Begins July 1 Jun-1997 Staff         
News from TIEducational ProgramAre You Eligible for Any of the New Awards? Dec-1997 Staff         
News from TIToastmasters InternationalStrategic Planning Feb-1998 Staff         
News from TIAwardsAre you Eligible for Any of the New Awards Jul-1998 Staff         
News from TIAwardsAre You Eligible for Any of the New Awards Jan-1999 Staff         
News from TIClub ManagementStart the New Year with Club Goals Feb-1999 Staff         
News from TIDistrict OrganisationService Standards for Division and Area Governors Mar-1999 Staff         
News from TIToastmasters InternationalLet’s Celebrate Our Diamond Jubilee May-1999 Staff         
News from TIAwardsMeet Toastmasters’ 2004 Golden Gavel Recipient: Stephen R. Covey May-2004 Staff         
News from TIAwardsHonouring Amazing Jane Jan-2005 Donna K. ChristensonATM-S        
News from TIToastmasters InternationalClub PR: Share the Power! Jul-2005 Mick FrettyDTM        
News from TIToastmasters InternationalHow the New Leadership Manual Fits Your Club Dec-2005 Staff         
News from TIEducational ProgramFrom CTM to CC – The New Name is ‘Competent Communicator’ Mar-2006 Staff         
News from TIEducational ProgramFrom CTM to CC – The New Name is Competent Communicator Jul-2006 Staff         
News from TIEventsDistrict 30 Hosts Thanksgiving Parade Apr-20078600D4EDC5104BCE97FEF92CACFDEB7C.ashxKim TaylorCC        
News from TIToastmasters InternationalMeet Toastmasters’ 2013 Golden Gavel Award Recipient: Susan Cain May-2013EB2857F25C144AB5877FB1A9978B744C.ashxMary Nesfield http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Navigating-Two-Sides-of-HealthcareAssociate editor for the Toastmaster magazine. Reach her at mnesfield@toastmasters.org.      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalOfficial Notice of Vote/Cast Your Vote for Proposal A Jun-2013244585F1B3E74E91952494ACEBBB353F.ashxStaff         
News from TIToastmasters InternationalRevitalizing the Education Program Jul-2013A7B06CA5B56645F4963A6EE9458E1071.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalReach Higher: Get an Edge as an Accredited Speaker Jul-2013A7B06CA5B56645F4963A6EE9458E1071.ashxMary Nesfield http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Navigating-Two-Sides-of-HealthcareAssociate editor for the Toastmaster magazine. Reach her at mnesfield@toastmasters.org.      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalIn Memory of Helen Blanchard, 1926–2013 Aug-2013F400DFADC8694D9FBFE889582F9305FE.ashxPaul Sterman http://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Education-Program-for-the-FutureSenior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalWhat You Should Know About the Revitalized Education Program Jan-2014DB6052890F5C4091B5E6EE1AF9891E99.ashxDaniel Rex   Pat Johnson     
News from TIToastmasters InternationalPreview of Kuala Lumpur Convention Jul-20149C64A34710304714B002DF6F7DC0C804.ashxStaff         
News from TIToastmasters InternationalFrom Lost to Found Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxJennie Harris  Associate editor for the Toastmaster magazine      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalHistorical Highlights of Past Conventions Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxStaff         
News from TIToastmasters International2014 Convention in Review Nov-2014C60C1F0B32BF476B86C2067D4762092E.ashxJennie Harris  Associate editor for the Toastmaster magazine      
News from TIEducational ProgramQ&A with Pat Johnson, DTM: The Revitalized Education Programhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Q-and-A-with-PIP-Pat-JohnsonJan-2015103995B6B93B4BA79A88AE3A9D2F1C51.ashxPat Johnson  Senior Editor of the Toastmaster magazine      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalMeet Toastmasters' 2015 Golden Gavel Award Recipient: Muhammad Ynus May-2015FB3509455B1C406F9A5FEF3AB440E8FE.ashxJennie Harris  Associate editor for the Toastmaster magazine      
News from TIToastmasters InternationalOfficial Notice of Vote Jun-2015EB1D553A608043BA91AD5347F1FF178D.ashxStaff         
News from TIToastmasters InternationalDon't Miss the 2015 International Convention! Jul-2015C9DD74DECEE74394A5507357D0DF0523.ashxStaff         
News from TIToastmasters InternationalThe New World Champion Nov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxJennie Harris  Associate editor for the Toastmaster magazine      
News from TIToastmasters International2015 Convention Summary Nov-20159A761C9CE848470AAE471F4D98BD8607.ashxStaff         
Personal DevelopmentSpeaker DevelopmentKick a Bad Habit Mar-201617B6B7E38B614C26A76A4363DDFAFF7A.ashxPauline WallinPh.D Psychologist in central Pennsylvania. She is the author of the self-help book Taming Your Inner Brat: A Guide for Transforming Self-defeating Behavior, and writes about how to apply psychology to everyday life      
Personal GrowthEmotionsTaking Charge and Feeling Confident Feb-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe Power of Prepared Thinking Feb-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesCommunicating With Children Apr-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesShare Your “True Self” With Audience May-1984           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentOrganising the Company Speakers Bureau Jul-1984           
Personal GrowthEmotionsDefuse Stress-Corporate Communications TIME B Jul-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesYou Can Get Organized! (Time, Ideas, Goals) Aug-1984           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingI’ve Made Up My Mind ... I Think Aug-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesStar Search: Discover Your Own Talents Sep-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesA Journey to Personality Potential Oct-1984           
Personal GrowthEmotionsDon’t Just Stand There, Say Something Oct-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesTricks for Memorizing Your Speech Nov-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesToastmaster Beauty Takes Title: Update Nov-1984           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentFestivals of Oratory Dec-1984           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesMake Your Reading Matter Dec-1984           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingA Dynamite Duo: SuccessLeadership Feb-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsInspire Yourself With Self-Talk Feb-1985           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesYour Image as a Public Speaker Mar-1985           
Personal GrowthProfessionsCreate Your Own Job Mar-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsCultivate Enthusiasm Apr-1985           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesLearn Personality Language May-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsCan You Come Out and Play? Jun-1985           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentRaise Your Speakers Bureau Right Jul-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsDid Snow White Stick With Prince Charming Aug-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsIs Yesterday Riding on Today’s Back Aug-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Devil Doesn’t Make You Say It Aug-1985           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHarvest the Pearls in the Sea of Print Aug-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsCommit to Excellence Sep-1985           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentLittle Things Make the Big Difference Oct-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsAbe Lincoln – Passion Ignited His Speeches Oct-1985           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHow to Unblock Nov-1985           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesFlex Your Mental Muscles Nov-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsEscape to a Brighter Reality Nov-1985           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesCreativity Takes Sides Nov-1985           
Personal GrowthEmotionsEnthusiasm Awareness Index Dec-1985           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesExercise to Become a World Class Speaker Jan-1986           
Personal GrowthProfessionsHow to Bag the Big One Jan-1986           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe Personality Rainbow Feb-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsA Prescription for Burnout Apr-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsFan The Flame Before It Fades Apr-1986           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesToastmasters Enjoy the Golden Age May-1986           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesSeniors Brighten as Speechcraft Stars May-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsAre You Caught in Your Own Traps May-1986           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingSuccess is Simple Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingThe Domino Effect:Push Towards Success Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsRisk-Taking Pays Off Big Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsGive Your Confidence a Lift Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingYou Can Be the Picture of Success Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingFailure:A Bridge to Success Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesPackage Yourself for Success Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsGet Ready To Be Lucky Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsChannel the Stress Wave Jul-1986           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHome-Makers Speak Out Aug-1986           
Personal GrowthEmotionsIntuition: Not for Women Only Aug-1986           
Personal GrowthProfessionsAre You Bullish on the Professional Market? Oct-1986           
Personal GrowthProfessionsIntroduce New Employees to Your Work World Oct-1986           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentMake (My) Their Day Oct-1986           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingKeep Your Eye on the Donut, Not on the Hole Dec-1986           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesRelax to Fill the (W)Hole Dec-1986           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesGive Birth to Your Creativity Jan-1987           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingNew Year, New You? Jan-1987           
Personal GrowthEmotionsEmergency Speaking Jan-1987           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentSay It Safely Jan-1987           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe First Audience Takes a Bow Feb-1987           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesTest Your Quirks Apr-1987           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesToastmaster Temperaments Apr-1987           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentLurking Quirks Apr-1987           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentGo Out and Speak Up Apr-1987           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingAnchors Aweigh! May-1987           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentImprove Your Figure Jun-1987           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesA..uh..Few Words on Behalf of..uh..Slow Talkers Aug-1987           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesMultiply Your Memory Magic Sep-1987           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingJohn A. Fauvel, DTM: We Are Achievers Sep-1987           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentSo You Want To Be An Accredited Speaker Sep-1987           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentMike Etiquette Nov-1987           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentUsing a Microphone Nov-1987           
Personal GrowthEmotionsCommitment Begins With Y-O-U Jan-1988           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingThe Sky’s The Limit! Set Goals & Soar To Success Jan-1988           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingVisualize Your Achievements Jan-1988           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingDo You Have a Mission? Jan-1988           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingWhy We Fail Jan-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsCommitment Counts Jan-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsOstrich Thinking Jan-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsA Wise Approach to Conflict Feb-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsPrescription For Conflict Feb-1988           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingI Did It Mar-1988           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTalking Your Way to The Top May-1988           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentDiscover Your Speaking Style May-1988           
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkTaking The Terror Our of Talk May-1988           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentPlanning Professional Presentations Aug-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsWhat Do You Mean, ’Nobody's Perfect'? Aug-1988           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingBeware of Excellence Aug-1988           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Redcoats Are Coming Aug-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsCommunicate NonDefensively:BreakTheEgoBarrier Oct-1988           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentNon-Standard Club Speeches Nov-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Epod Resolution Nov-1988           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingDr. Guner Robinson Shares Secrets of Success Dec-1988           
Personal GrowthEmotionsConcerning Your Concentration Jan-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsUnleash Your Emotions Feb-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsPublic Speaking Phobias Feb-1989           
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkToastmasters Wizardry Feb-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Key is Attitude May-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsDrawing Dividends from Defeat May-1989           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesPower: Not Necessarily a Bad Thing Jun-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsMy Fair Lady Jul-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentProper Seating Arrangements Jul-1989           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesTable Manners for Toastmasters Jul-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsA Word to the Thoroughly Modern Man Jul-1989           
Personal GrowthProfessionsCommunicating Through an Interpreter Jul-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentThe Essentials of Platform Protocol Jul-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentWorking with Speaking Bureaus and Agents Aug-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentCruising for Free: A Speaker’s Dream Boat Aug-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTips on Entering Professional Speaking Circuit Aug-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking on Course Sep-1989           
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkThe Frozen Speaker Oct-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsAngst in the Office:The Seven Faces of Stress Nov-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Corporate Speakers Bureau:Pers.Opportunity Nov-1989           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingThe First 5 Minutes Nov-1989           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingMake It Happen Nov-1989           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentDallas Toastmasters Meet Ramses The Great Nov-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsWhen the Microphone dies...and Other Calamities Dec-1989           
Personal GrowthEmotionsIf at First You Don’t Succeed, Try Different Way Jan-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsReflections on Stage Fright Jan-1990           
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkI Didn’t Know I Was Ah’ing Jan-1990           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingMake 1990 the Year to Meet Your Goals Jan-1990           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Care and Feeding of Professional Speakers Jan-1990           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingI Will: A Formula That Spells Success Jan-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHave a Strange Hobby? Welcome to the Club(s) Feb-1990           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingTeaching others while Educating Yourself Feb-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesSpeaking Up at Home Mar-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesWinning With the Family Mar-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsA Moment’s Pleasure Mar-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsSpeak Out! Fight Back! Apr-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe Charismatic Speaker Apr-1990           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingTMs Achieve Goal of Visiting All 50 States in US Apr-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesGenderflex May-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesAnd Now Our Next Evaluator..Mr.Sherlock Holmes May-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsClose Encounters of the Worst Kind May-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsSpeaking When the Earth Moves May-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesRemedy For a Failing Memory Jul-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsYou Are Worth It! Jul-1990           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingAre You Sabotaging Your Chances For Success? Jul-1990           
Personal GrowthProfessionsHow Toastmasters Can Help You Get That Job Jul-1990           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingAre You on the Right Track? Jul-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsYour World Championship Speech Jul-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHow Well Do You Read? Aug-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsImagination: Our Secret Ally Aug-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsAngry? Who Isn’t? Sep-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThree Pounds of Gray Stuff Sep-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Zen of Speaking Sep-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHousewives Belong in Toastmasters, Too Sep-1990           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking From the Listener’s Perspective Sep-1990           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Most Common Speaking Errors Oct-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesMuch Ado About Nosing Nov-1990           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentGet To Like The Mike Dec-1990           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesRemember Their Names Dec-1990           
Personal GrowthEmotionsWhen The Pressure’s On Jan-1991           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingTake Time To Dream Jan-1991           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingCultivate Your Latent Talent Jan-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsAll Silence Is Not Golden Jan-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsDefusing The Stress Time Bomb Jan-1991           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentMicro Phobia Feb-1991           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentWhat Does Your Desk Say About You? Apr-1991           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesAwaken Your Creativity Apr-1991           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe Spouse In the Toastmasters House Apr-1991           
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentTurn Your Desk Into a Self-Cleaning Oven Apr-1991           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesAre You Fit to Speak? Apr-1991           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesSpeaking to Young Audiences May-1991           
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkFearlessly Speaking Jul-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsAnd The Adrenaline Will Flow Jul-1991           
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkWhat, Me Nervous? Jul-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsToastmasters – A “Numbers Game"? Aug-1991           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingJack Gillespie – Unleash Your Potential Sep-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsIn Praise of Praise Sep-1991           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentIs Toastmasters Worth The Effort? Sep-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsSpeaking of Magic Oct-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Rubber Cement Connection Oct-1991           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingToastmasters and Retirees: A Perfect Match Oct-1991           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Schwarzkopf Style Nov-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe TMA Syndrome: Curing Toastmaster Apathy Dec-1991           
Personal GrowthEmotionsWatch Out, It’s Catching Dec-1991           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe Power of Self-Talk Dec-1991           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingConsider the “It” Factor Jan-1992           
Personal GrowthEmotionsOstrich Thinking Jan-1992           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingTurning Annual Goals Into Daily Tasks Jan-1992           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Winning Edge Jan-1992           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingIt’s Worth The Risk Jan-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesToastmaster Correctness Feb-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesA Noteworthy Discovery Feb-1992           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentJust Say Yes! Feb-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesGood Fences Make Good Genders Mar-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesSpeaking To Children Mar-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe Power of Habits Mar-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal Attributes10 Steps To Overcome Illiteracy Mar-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesWhen Adults Can’t Read Mar-1992           
Personal GrowthEmotionsWhen Disaster Strikes May-1992           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentHow It All Began May-1992           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentSix Tips For Eloquent Elocution May-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesWhat’s Your Mental Diet Jul-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesWhat Do You Think? Jul-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesBetter Thinking – If You Think About It Jul-1992           
Personal GrowthEmotionsDecide to Choose Your Feelings Jul-1992           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentMeet the Five Outstanding Speakers of 1992 Aug-1992           
Personal GrowthEmotionsSpeaker Sensibilities Sep-1992           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentOrganising a Speakers Bureau Sep-1992           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesAnd Now, Some Words About Prayer Sep-1992           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentMusings From a Modern Day Orator Oct-1992           
Personal GrowthEmotionsCourage Is a Valuable Commodity Nov-1992           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTread Carefully Through Sensitivity Mine Field Nov-1992           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingMission Possible: Five Steps to Success Jan-1993           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesOur Habits – Servant or Master? Jan-1993           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHow You Can Benefit From Self-talk Jan-1993           
Personal GrowthEmotionsSaying “Yes” To Life Jan-1993           
Personal GrowthGoal SettingThe 5 L’s of Speaking Success Jan-1993           
Personal GrowthSpeaker Development8 Dangerous Assumptions Feb-1993           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesIt Tasted Good Mar-1993           
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Quest for Quality in Toastmasters May-1993           
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe 5 Biggest Mistakes Speakers Make May-1993           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHomemakers and Toastmasters: A Perfect Match May-1993           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesPersonal Ethics and the Character of Society May-1993           
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesMoral Reasoning May-1993           
Personal GrowthEmotionsBe a Winner at Work Jun-1993 Charles DicksonPh.D        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentColourful Language Beats Audience Boredom Jun-1993 Charles Francis         
Personal GrowthEmotionsGreat Expectations Jun-1993 Richard G. Ensman Jr         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentHook ’em, Hold 'em, and Haul 'em on Board Jul-1993 Allan M. Gathercoal         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentYour Next Speech Sep-1993 Steven PresarCTM        
Personal GrowthGoal SettingFailure Is Never Final Nov-1993 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentIt’s Possible: Secrets of a Champion Nov-1993 Otis WilliamsCTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTake a Chance Nov-1993 Dana LaMonJ.D., ATM, AS The 1992 Toastmasters World Champion of Public Speaking. He is a member of three clubs in Lancaster, California, and an Accredited Speaker. Reach him at dana@danalamon.com      
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking Tips From the Experts Dec-1993 Staff         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentGreat Speaking Takes Muscle Dec-1993 Hal Persons   Lianne Mercer     
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Tale of the Reluctant Toastmaster Jan-1994 David A. CruikshanksATM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsOvercome Procrastination (Today!) Jan-1994 Charles Downey https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/MotivationA syndicated journalist, magazine writer and book author living in Southern California.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsPursue Your Dreams with Passion Jan-1994 Damon Yeargain         
Personal GrowthEmotionsAll Talk Feb-1994 Judi M. Bailey         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesA Memory Malfunction Leaves Words Teetering… Feb-1994 Rita Robinson         
Personal GrowthEmotionsInvest In Self-Esteem Feb-1994 Janet E. FreemanATM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsChoose Your Feelings Feb-1994 Bill Vossler         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTips from the Bard: Shakespeare on Speaking Apr-1994 Thomas Leech         
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentLoud & Clear Apr-1994 Tom GibsonCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsA Remedy for Stage Fright Jun-1994 Leon Fletcher         
Personal GrowthEmotionsFears That Keep You Sitting Down Jun-1994 Vivian Buchan         
Personal GrowthGoal SettingPursuing Your Personal Olympics Jun-1994 Fred Borchelt         
Personal GrowthEmotionsFear of Fear Jun-1994 Greg Dahl         
Personal GrowthGoal SettingToastmasters International’s Strategic Plan Jun-1994 Staff         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesI’d Rather Whistle While I Work Aug-1994 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsAttitude is Everything Sep-1994 Jeffrey Keller         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentChoose to Cruise Sep-1994 W. Lynn Seldon Jr         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Mark of a Champion Nov-1994 David BrooksDTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentYou’ll Never Be The Same Nov-1994 Morgan J. McArthurDVM, ATM        
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesRules to Live By Jan-1995 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsSeven Steps to Self-Esteem Jan-1995 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthEmotionsToastmasters and Self-Esteem Mar-1995 Mary E. S. FlemingDTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTony Robbins’ Secrets of Successful Speaking Mar-1995 Tony Robbins         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentSpeaking of Which ... Mar-1995 Barry Kepp         
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Art of Complimenting Apr-1995 William F. O'Dell         
Personal GrowthEmotionsDon’t Put a Dent in My Compliment Apr-1995 Joanne Sherman         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesBoosting Your Brain Power May-1995 Deborah W. Flores         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentIs There a Treasure In Your Attic? Jun-1995 Bill Cochran         
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Sentimental Journey Aug-1995 Carol Richardson         
Personal GrowthEmotionsDo You Need an Attitude Adjustment? Sep-1995 Charles DicksonPh.D        
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkThank God I Get Nervous Sep-1995 Richard GordonATM        
Personal GrowthWritingConsider Keeping a Journal Oct-1995 Fred Pryor         
Personal GrowthGoal SettingPassing The Plateau Oct-1995 Christyna CopelandATM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsScared Speechless Nov-1995 Christina Frank         
Personal GrowthEmotionsStop Worrying and Start Living Nov-1995 Marshall J. Cook         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTrue Motivation vs Snake Oil Jan-1996 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Torn and Restored Napkin Jan-1996 David Roper         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesThe Importance of Being Earnest(ine) Feb-1996 Mary McNamara         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentOratory: How It all Began Feb-1996 Thomas MontalboDTM        
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesMore Power For You Feb-1996 Susan B. Wilson         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentOvercome Your Fear of Public Speaking Mar-1996 Judith E. PearsonPh.D, DTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsSpeak Up, Please Apr-1996 Leslie BamfordCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsPractice “Big-Ticket” Generosity Apr-1996 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthEmotionsMotivational Speakers: Can Anybody Really Be That Happy? May-1996 John Cadley  Former advertising copywriter, a freelance writer and musician living in Fayetteville, New York      
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkOops! What to say When You’ve Embarrassed Y'se May-1996 Richard G. Ensman Jr         
Personal GrowthEmotionsNobody is Perfect May-1996 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsLet There be Peace Jul-1996 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthGoal SettingIn Defense of Failure Oct-1996 Brett A. CenkusCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsChange Happens Oct-1996 Janet WhitcombCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsOff-the-Wall Excuses Oct-1996 Charles Downey https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/MotivationA syndicated journalist, magazine writer and book author living in Southern California.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsWhat’s Your Excuse? Oct-1996 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentEloquence: It’s Got to Be Real Nov-1996 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentMeet the Five Outstanding Speakers of ’96 Dec-1996 Staff         
Personal GrowthGoal SettingUnleashing Your Ultimate Power Jan-1997 Ken VegotskyCTM        
Personal GrowthGoal SettingMastering Your Universe Jan-1997 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthEmotionsWorking Miracles in People’s Lives Jan-1997 David L. ColesCTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Charles Atlas Approach to Public Speaking Feb-1997 Cindy Podurgal ChambersATM        
Personal GrowthGoal SettingThe Retirement Speech Feb-1997 Ruth Pinkus         
Personal GrowthEmotionsDevelop Your Self-Confidence Mar-1997 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthEmotionsCourage is a Valuable Commodity Mar-1997 Fred Pryor         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesSpeaking to Kids May-1997 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsAn Unexpected Lesson May-1997 Nancy DootsonCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Power of the Positive “You" Jun-1997 Robert W. Balch         
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentAll About Lecterns Jun-1997 Richard A. FreedmanDTM        
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentLeave Me My Lectern! Jun-1997 Audrey FranklinCTM        
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesWhere Did I Put The Keys? Jun-1997 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentWhat’s Your Speaking Style Jun-1997 Mel WhiteCTM        
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHow To Remember Names Jun-1997 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesBuild an Enviable Reputation Jul-1997 Richard E. DawesDTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentLessons From the Best Presenters Aug-1997 Paul B. Thornton         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesAwaken Your Creativity Aug-1997 Ray Anthony         
Personal GrowthEmotionsMaking the Emotional Connection Aug-1997 Susan St. John         
Personal GrowthEmotionsStop Boring Your Audience Aug-1997 Frank LoscoATM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentConnecting With Your Audience Sep-1997 Paula Blunck         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentStart a Speakers Bureau! Sep-1997 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsLet’s Empower One Another Oct-1997 Cyndy TylerATM        
Personal GrowthSpeech EnvironmentOvercoming the Fear of Microphones Nov-1997 John McCauleyCTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentMeet the Five Outstanding Speakers of 1997 Dec-1997 Staff         
Personal GrowthEmotionsMaximize Your Motivation Jan-1998 Judith E. PearsonPh.D, DTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsDon’t Put It Off! Jan-1998 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentDon’t Sabotage your Success Jan-1998 Staff         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesAfraid to Talk Religion? Jan-1998 Daniel O'KeefeATM        
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkThe Underwear Trick Doesn’t Always Work Feb-1998 Lisa McNair Palmer         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentDiscover your Hidden Voice Feb-1998 Brenda CaineATM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentPlay Your Role Feb-1998 Richard G. Ensman Jr         
Personal GrowthClub MembershipQuick Fixes are Seldom Permanent Mar-1998 Dennis HartenstineATM  Katherine CallanCTM    
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentStand and Deliver May-1998 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThink Before You Speak … Jun-1998 Patricia L. FryCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/The-Art-of-Small-TalkThe author of 36 books, including Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More.      
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentSuccess Down Under Jun-1998 David HartATM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker Development10 Places to Speak Jun-1998 Tamra B. Orr         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesUnderstanding Personality Traits Jun-1998 Cathy Dybiec Holm         
Personal GrowthGoal SettingTap into Your Achievement Zone Jul-1998 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthResourcesThe Synergistic Effect Aug-1998 John K. BorchardtPh.D, CTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsWhy We Strive for Perfection Nov-1998 Michael LeFan         
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Perils of Perfectionism Nov-1998 Michael LeFan         
Personal GrowthEmotionsIs Getting Angry Worth the Trouble? Nov-1998 Patrick Mott https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Debate-MattersA Southern California based writer and regular contributor to the Toastmaster magazine.      
Personal GrowthResourcesHow to Remain Afloat in a Rising Tide of Data Nov-1998 Reid Goldsborough         
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkSmashing the Ice Dec-1998 Gregory Wickenhofer         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesBut It’s Not My Fault! Dec-1998 Elly Victoria DarwinCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsHappiness Is a Choice Dec-1998 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Grateful Toastmaster Dec-1998 Dennis KessingerCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsMaking Sense of Adversity Dec-1998 Richard G. Ensman Jr         
Personal GrowthGoal SettingWhen You Wish Upon a Star Jan-1999 Kai RambowDTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsIt’s My Speech and… I'll Cry if I Want To Jan-1999 Jennifer L. BlanckCTMhttps://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/Benefits-of-Campus-based-ClubsA charter member and vice president mentoring of the Skylarks Toastmasters club in Budapest, Hungary. She is a career coach.      
Personal GrowthEmotionsFor Crying Out Loud Jan-1999 Paula Syptak PriceATM        
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkKeeping Cool … Or Looking Like It! Feb-1999 Tamra B. Orr         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesAre You Your Winning Speech? Feb-1999 Elly Victoria DarwinCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsThe Good You Do Comes Back to You Mar-1999 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthEmotionsStuck in a Mental Rut May-1999 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkThe Hot Flush of Embarrassment May-1999 Charles Downey https://www.toastmasters.org/Magazine/Articles/MotivationA syndicated journalist, magazine writer and book author living in Southern California.      
Personal GrowthTaking the Terror out of TalkACTASIF (Act As If) May-1999 Gary P. PittmanATM        
Personal GrowthProfessionsSpeaking Through an Interpreter Jun-1999 Patrick J. DonadioATM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentThe Harsh Realities of Professional Speaking Jun-1999 Kai RambowDTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentLooking for a Speaking Career? Jun-1999 Hal SlaterDTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsGlitches, Blunders and Mishaps Jun-1999 Christopher Witt         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentFrom Free to Fee Jun-1999 David BrooksDTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentWhat I’ve Learned in the Transition to Professional Jun-1999 David BrooksDTM        
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentTaking Toastmasters Home Jul-1999 Cindy Podurgal ChambersDTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsAre You Painting With The Wrong Brush Aug-1999 Ernest R. Stair         
Personal GrowthEmotionsDare to Follow Your Dreams Aug-1999 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesHow Well Do You Think? Sep-1999 Roy FenstermakerDTM        
Personal GrowthResourcesDon’t Fall for Fallacies! Sep-1999 James G. Patterson         
Personal GrowthSpeaker DevelopmentIt Pays to be a Toastmaster Oct-1999 Staff         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesTest Your Library Literacy Nov-1999 Susan Richmond         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesFrom Seuss to Zeus: What Does It Mean To Be Well-Read? Nov-1999 Susan Richmond         
Personal GrowthEmotionsLeaving Behind a Trail of Light Nov-1999 Victor M. Parachin         
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesMental Muscle Building Jan-2000 Mark A. HammertonATM-B        
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesManaging Your Mind Jan-2000 Kimberly A. Porrazzo         
Personal GrowthEmotionsFrom Teacher to Toastmaster – Committed to a Cause Jan-2000 Loretta DabbsCTM, CL        
Personal GrowthPersonal AttributesA Clarity of Vision Jan-2000 Marilyn vos Savant         
Personal GrowthClub MeetingsThe Art of Showing Up Feb-2000 Stephen B. WhiteCTM        
Personal GrowthEmotionsImprove Your Concentration Feb-2000 Walter Olesky         
Personal GrowthResourcesMaking the Most of Your Minutes Feb-2000