-Prepared Speech Session
One member has canceled, so we only had 3 prepared speeches.
1st. TM U.M. “How to make a Video Game Holic Person”
When he was a child, he was strictly prohibited from playing Video Games. And he ended up becoming a videogameaholic. This is his CC#1”Icebreaker” speech. He fulfilled the first speech with good speech skills, confident attitude, and a lots of humor.
2nd. TM U.T. “Shifuku”
Shifuku means “casual clothes.” He told us some unique facts about wearing “U.S. casual,” European casual” and “business clothes” including his own experiences. His speaking style this time was calm and confident.
3rd. TM O.K. “Ninkyo Spirit”
“Ninkyo Spirit”means a kind of heroism of Yakuza in the movies. He featured it as a key of successful life. For instance bold way of using money, doing favor of something. He selected CC#9 “Persuade with Power," though he has more than 10 years career of Toastmasters.
-Table Topic Session
Table Topic Master is TM Y.M. She talked about her own experiences traveling Mumbai, India, because a guest came from the city this time, and she proposed some topics about travels. Every speaker has their interesting experiences of travels!
General Evaluator was TM W.N.. He seemed a little shy at first, because 2 guests belong to the same company as him, but he played the role confidently.
Best Table Topic Speaker: TM U.M. (guest from Mumbai)
Best Evaluators: TM S.M. and TM H.Y.
Best Prepared Speaker: TM O.K.
TM S.M. has just come from his Honeymoon. So his evaluation motivated the speaker with a lot of happy feelings.
TM. M.T. from Germany was one of our club members several years ago, and has joined again.
TM U.M. from Mumbai (a member of Toastmaster for 15 years) is on a business trip in Tokyo, and took his Japanese college here. He believes that joining Toastmasters is good for improving business skills and also enjoying life.
Mr. A, a young collegue of TM U.M..
We enjoyed after party with the guest TM U.M. (Mumbai), TM M.T. (new member) and TM U.M. (just finished his Icebreaker speech) at Hamacho-tei.