Why I made my Toastmasters group cry

Blog 2 of 8: Table Topics is fun, but I turned it into therapy

As a member and the (former) Vice President of Education of Unity Toastmasters (a community club in Toastmasters International), I chose one of eleven Pathways — “Presentations Mastery” — as a public speaking goal. This is the blog series of eight posts I wrote in one month to complete Level 4.*

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Want to discuss race and politics? Join Shamontiel on “I Do See Color.” Relationships? Head to “We Need to Talk.” Need a laugh? Visit “Tickled.” Shamontiel.com

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