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Club 1348 meets at 7:00 AM every Thursday morning for 1 1/2 hours. We meet at the Comfort Inn in Riverside, CA. The address is...
1590 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92507
We invite you to be our guest at one of our meetings. Light breakfast included.
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Ralph Smedley says…
"We realize that the two most important factors in Toastmasters is Mentoring and Evaluations, there is no doubt that if these two are done well and there is a good Mentoring program, your club will be filled with spark plugs ready to fire upon request. Mentoring and evaluations create enthusiasm, and once you light that fire the only thing it needs is some kindling."
The Wisdom of Jim Rohn
"If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much."
"Control is not leadership; management is not leadership; leadership is leadership. If you seek to lead, invest at least 50% of your time in leading yourself—your own purpose, ethics, principles, motivation, conduct. Invest at least 20% leading those with authority over you and 15% leading your peers."
Dee Hock - Founder and CEO Emeritus, Visa
“Listen with curiosity. Speak with honesty. Act with integrity. The greatest problem with communication is we don’t listen to understand. We listen to reply. When we listen with curiosity, we don’t listen with the intent to reply. We listen for what’s behind the words.”
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Fly High in Formation My assigned topic as a participant in the Area Governors Speak-off for Founders District was 1983-84 International President Eddie Dunn’s “Experience the Power of Toastmasters” theme. As I began preparing the speech my emphasis was on … Continue reading
EVALUATE TO MOTIVATE by Jack M. Kantola, DTM, QS We Constantly Evaluate Each of us is an evaluator. From the moment we get up in the morning until we go to bed at night, we are constantly evaluating the people … Continue reading
Seven Tools to Tune Up Your Table Topics by Jack M. Kantola, DTM “Please don’t call on me.” How often have you heard this plea muttered quietly by a member of your Toastmasters club? Why do we have this inordinate … Continue reading