Power to Serve Toastmasters receives two presentations | THE DAILY HERALD

TM Ahisha Nunes

PHILIPSBURG–Members and guests at the Power to Serve Toastmasters Club meeting held on Wednesday, September 19 were treated to a night of inspiration as two GEBE staff members presented highly motivating speeches.

Club President Ahisha Nunes delivered a thought-provoking and poignant speech entitled “Be the Light.” During her narration she strategically humanised depression and how it can rob persons of their joy and ability to live a quality life. According to the club on Thursday, she highlighted the importance of paying attention, as persons dealing with depression sometimes only need someone to listen and to be the light the person needs.

Toastmaster Joyce Roumou presented an impactful speech entitled “Embracing Changes” in which she described the human propensity to be judgmental and negative towards people who are making efforts to change. She shared her own past experience through an anecdote and encouraged the audience to help pull people up instead of bringing them down.

The two speakers are on a journey to further develop their communication and leadership skills through Toastmasters.

   Power to Serve Toastmasters Club meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month and aims to provide its members with a platform to practice effective public speaking and leadership skills.

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