• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Quantity determines quality
 

Quantity determines quality

on

  • 2,045 views

For Area 41 joint meeting presented by Tokai Toastmasters Club

For Area 41 joint meeting presented by Tokai Toastmasters Club

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,045
Views on SlideShare
1,856
Embed Views
189

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
23
Comments
0

4 Embeds 189

http://tmaz.cocolog-nifty.com 184
http://tmaz.cocolog-nifty.com:80 2
http://www.slideshare.net 2
http://translate.googleusercontent.com 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Quantity determines quality Quantity determines quality Presentation Transcript

  • Toastmasters International Speech Contest
  • Club Contest from February to March Sapporo Pioneers Misawa Kesennuma Sendai Tsukuba Tsurugashima Saitama Sa"K"itama ICF Chiba Radisson Narita Chiba Central Fussa Speakers Tokyo West Tokyo Kanto Leadership Aoyama Lunch Tokyo Phoenix Yamanote Breakfast Mikasa Kamakura Atsugi-Zama Yokohama Den-en Toshi Shonan Musashikosugi Yamato Bilingual Minato-Mirai Matsumoto Niigata Kasugai Tokai Nagoya Toyota Kyoto Osaka Naniwa Takarazuka Kansai Speak-up East Kobe Okayama Hiroshima Aki Quantum Iwakuni Tokushima Kochi Takamatsu Kurume Fukuoka Dazaifu Kitakyushu Iizuka FFLC Naka-kyushu Minami-kyushu Sakura Key Force Tozai Tokyo Bilingual ToastMOUSEters AIG Eight Princes Sunrise Tokyo International Pioneer
  • Area Contests from March to April Area 11 Area 12 Area 13 Area 21 Area 22 Area 23 Area 31 Area 32 Area 33 Area 41 Area 42 Area 43 Area 51 Area 52 Area 53
  • Division Contests from April and May Division A Division B Division C Division D Division E
  • District 76 International Speech Contest May 18, 2008 Hiroshima “ Priorities”
  • District Contests around the world D76 D67 D75 D69 D70 D73 D72 D51 D80 D74 D34 D59 D79 D71 Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 Region 5 Region 6 Region 7 Region 8
  • Inter-District Speech Contest
    • Contest A
      • 34 Mexico
      • 59 Continental Europe
      • 69 Australia
      • 70 Australia
      • 74 Southern Africa
      • 75 Philippines
      • 76 Japan
    • Contest B
      • 51 Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysa
      • 67 Taiwan
      • 71 UK and Ireland
      • 72 New Zealand
      • 73 Australia
      • 79 Middle East
      • 80 Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Thailand
    Aug 12, 2008 Hyatt Regency Hotel Calgary Canada 19:00, Aug 12, 2008 Hyatt Regency Calgary “ The Painful Peacemaking process”
  • World Championship of Public Speaking Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 Region 5 Region 6 Region 7 Region 8 Aug 16, 2008 TELUS Convention Center Calgary, Canada Winner of Inter-District A Winner of Inter-District B Champion LaShunda Rundles District 50 Region 3 Dallas, Texas Third Place Katherine Morrison District 31 Region 7: Massachusetts Second Place K. Loghandran District 51 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia “ 80:20”
  • Q uantity For my Toastmasters friends of Area 41 Kiminari Azuma – ACB/ALB 2007, 2008 District 76 Champion determines Q uality 「がんばる」
  • Objectives Find Practice Overcome
  • Table of Contents
    • “ The Painful Peacemaking Process”
    • The long and winding road – Speech Preparation Process
    • Overcoming the mental weakness
    • Where do I want to go?
    Practice Find Overcome Bonus
  • “The Painful Peacemaking Process” First version July 23, 2008 Please Evaluate it!
  • EVALUATION RULE TIME 3 minutes only 10 seconds / person WELCOME! Negative comments
  •  
  • EVALUATION RULE TIME 3 minutes only 10 seconds / person WELCOME! Negative comments
  • What did you find? Monotonous Jokes Monotonous Complex Weak 7’44”
  • Jokes didn’t work at all. Failed 11 times. Over time again. 7’44”
  • Improvement Actions : Goal-setting Monotonous Jokes Monotonous Complex Weak 7’44” C o l o r f u l Theatrical Simple Strong In Time
  • 7/23 8/12
  • “The Painful Peacemaking Process” At the Inter-District A Contest At Hyatt-Regency, Calgary At 19:00, Tuesday, August 12, 2008 Final version
  • Improvement Actions - Story 7/23 8/12 761 words 7’44” 662 words 7’25”
  • Improvement Actions - Story PRACTICE Perform Feedback Think Accept Or Reject Change
  • My “Voice” & “Body Gesture” heroes Douglas Kruger (South Africa, D74) Rory Vaden (Region 1) 2’33
  • How I improved  3’44” July 23 vs. Aug 12
  • The long and winding road Speech Preparation Process
  • The long and winding road – Speech Preparation process “ A seed for success ” (for club contest) “ A seed for success ” (for Area33 contest) “ Priorities ” (for Division C contest) “ Priorities ” (for District 76 contest) “ The 80:20” (@ Yokohama Frontier TMC) “ The Painful Peacemaking Process ” (Inter-district A contest) “ The Painful Peacemaking Process ” (@ Tokyo International TMC) Forgiveness Enemies Overcoming A fear of failure Power of Feedback Motivating people Priorities 80:20 rules Sep to Dec 2007 January February March April How warm my mother was! May June July August
  • How I came up with speech ideas? “ A seed for success ” (for club contest) “ Priorities ” (for Division C contest) “ The 80:20” (@ Yokohama Frontier TMC) “ The Painful Peacemaking Process ” (@ Tokyo International TMC) Forgiveness Enemies Overcoming A fear of failure Power of Feedback Motivating people Priorities 80:20 rules How warm my mother was!
  • My speech making process 1.Memo 2.Filtering 3.Writing 4.Practice 5.Live
  • 1.Memo - My speech making process
    • Funny experiences
    • News that changed my life
    • People who changed my life
    • Words that changed my life
    • Books that changed my life
    • Lessons that changed my life
    • Inspiration that touched my heart
  • 2.Filtering - My speech making process If your life ended tomorrow,,,,, what message would you like to leave? Darren LaCriox, 2001 World Champion of Public Speaking
  • 3.Writing - My speech making process “ My Mantra” (for 2007 Inter-District contest) 690 words 7’ 34” “ Priorities” (for 2008 District contest) 603 words 7’ 20” “ The Painful Peacemaking Process” (for 2008 Inter-District contest) 662 words 7’ 25” 5’00” 6’00” 7’00” 7’30” 4’30” Disqualified Disqualified
  • 3.Writing - My speech making process Microsoft Word
  • 4.Practice - My speech making process PRACTICE Perform Feedback Think Accept Or Reject Change
  • 5.Live - My speech making process Enjoy! But how?
  • Overcoming the mental weakness At the Award presentation of the 2007 Inter-District Speech Contest 0’58
  • Why?
  • What else? First timer, first experience Many famous Toastmasters (speakers) Not sure if my speech would work! Never spoke to the “real” international audience
  •  
  • Solutions/Remedies - Process to stay calm
    • Stop expect too much
    • Believe my message helps someone
    • Practice before bad audience
    • Try “Public speaking” at a public place
    • Repeat Mantra
    • Watch award presentation sessions.
  • Solutions/Remedies - Process to stay calm
    • 1. Stop expect too much
    My speech is great! so-so. My speech is hilarious so-so.
  • Solutions/Remedies - Process to stay calm
    • 2. Believe my message helps someone
  • Solutions/Remedies - Process to stay calm
    • 3. Practice before bad audience
  • Solutions/Remedies - Process to stay calm
    • 4. Try “Public speaking” at a public place
    “ James Short Park” Calgary, Canada
  • Solutions/Remedies - Process to stay calm
    • 5. Repeat Mantra
    I don’t care how people judge me. I’ll enjoy my stage time! かまいやしねぇ 大暴れしてやる
  • Solutions/Remedies - Process to stay calm
    • 6. Watch award presentation sessions.
    1’38
  • Where do I want to go?
  • 1’21 International Officer Candidate show-case
  • Where do I want to go? Impromptu Speaking skill
  •  
  •  
  • Summary Find Practice Overcome
  • Q uantity determines Q uality がんばろう!