A very good morning,
On 12.12.2010 afternoon at 2 pm, myself, Mr. Dhruv, Mr. Ishan, Mr. Mohit, Mr. Prem and 2 new members Mr. Varun & Mr. Balkaran met at sector 33 park Chandigarh. We welcomed the new members. Mr. Varun is an HRD Executive and Mr. Balkaran has done B. Tech from SLITE. Mr. Varun has also recently joined Chandigarh Toastmaster club. This time we missed Mr. JP and Miss Jaspreet, who could not join because of some pre- occupations. Hope both can make up next time. We started the meet with laughter exercise. Laughter relaxes our brain and helps towards better communication. We did meditations for relaxation and strengthening of brain, followed by exercise to relax the speech organs. Then each one of us read paras from newspapers in slow prolongation method. Need for keeping our voice a bit louder was also emphasised, particularly to Ishan, which helps in overcoming the blocks. Further, need to wipe out one of the most detested sentence ” I CAN’T DO IT” from our life was deliberated. These small words have a huge impact in our life. They have prevented us from living the lives we want. Mr. Mohit gave a very valuable input by saying that we should always try to remain happy in all the situations. It really helps in overcoming the stuttering by keeping us relaxed. Mr. Varun suggested that like in Toastmasters each member here should also speak on something for 2-3 minutes. We shall do it next time. Every member should come prepared with some topic to speak. All members showed very keenness for having an early workshop at chandigarh by inviting Dr. Sachin. The mail received from Dr. Sachin regarding workshop dated 18.11.2010 was read over to all members and the concerns deliberated. Mr. Dhruv offered to help in finalising the venue and other logistics. With promise to meet again next week we dispersed. All members are again requested to write their comments on the meet to incorporate value additions for coming Meetings.
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- Monday June 18th 2018“Dream big, but allow yourself the opportunity to start small, and have your share of struggles in the beginning. The world’s greatest composers weren’t writing symphonies the day they first sat at a piano.” ~ Kevin O’Rourke On Friday May 18, 2018 … more
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